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Panthers without Cleary this week

The Penrith Panthers will be facing the last team to beat them when they bring a run of four straight wins into Sunday’s 15th-round NRL Heritage Round clash at Mount Smart Stadium.

Since losing 10-30 to the Vodafone Warriors in the 10th round on May 17 – their sixth consecutive loss – the Panthers have beaten Parramatta 16-10, Manly 15-12, the Sydney Roosters 19-10 and South Sydney 19-18.

They’ll be without injured Blues Origin halfback Nathan Cleary this weekend with former Junior Kiwi Jarome Luai coming into standoff and ex-Vodafone Warrior James Maloney moving to halfback.

Northlander James Fisher-Harris is back at Mount Smart Stadium for the second time in a week after celebrating success with the Kiwis when they toppled Mate Ma’a Tonga 34-14 in Auckland last Saturday night.

 

VODAFONE WARRIORS v PENRITH PANTHERS

4.00pm, Sunday, June 30

Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland

 

PENRITH PANTHERS

1 DYLAN EDWARDS

2 JOSH MANSOUR

3 ISAAH YEO

4 BRENT NADEN

5 BRIAN TO’O

6 JAROME LUAI

7 JAMES MALONEY

8 JAMES TAMOU

9 MITCH KENNY

10 JAMES FISHER-HARRIS

11 VILIAME KIKAU

12 FRANK WINTERSTEIN

13 LIAM MARTIN

14 WAYDE EGAN

15 REAGAN CAMPBELL-GILLARD

16 MOSES LEOTA

17 HAME SELE

18 KAIDE ELLIS

19 MALAKAI WATENE-ZELEZNIAK

20 SIONE KATOA

21 DEAN WHARE

HEAD COACH | IVAN CLEARY

 

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