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Premiership-winning Penrith is at full strength for the Vodafone Warriors’ final home game at Moreton Daily Stadium in Redcliffe today (5.30pm kick-off local time; 7.30pm NZT).

The Panthers will field a side brimming with international and State of Origin representatives.

Captain Nathan Cleary, Brian To’o, Jarome Luai, Liam Martin, Isaah Yeo and Stephen Crichton all lined up for New South Wales in the opening Origin match on June 8 while Api Koroisau was in the extended squad.

And this week a stack of Penrith players have been named in Test squads for next weekend’s international window.

James Fisher-Harris, Moses Leota and Scott Sorensen are in the Kiwis’ squad for their clash against Mate Ma’a Tonga at Mount Smart Stadium while reserve Soni Luke and Isaiya Kato (not included today) are in Tonga’s squad.

Team Lists

Backs

  • Fullback for Warriors is number 1 Reece Walsh
    Fullback for Panthers is number 1 Dylan Edwards
  • Winger for Warriors is number 2 Dallin Watene-Zelezniak
    Winger for Panthers is number 2 Taylan May
  • Centre for Warriors is number 3 Jesse Arthars
    Centre for Panthers is number 3 Izack Tago
  • Centre for Warriors is number 4 Adam Pompey
    Centre for Panthers is number 4 Stephen Crichton
  • Winger for Warriors is number 5 Marcelo Montoya
    Winger for Panthers is number 5 Brian To'o
  • Five-Eighth for Warriors is number 6 Ronald Volkman
    Five-Eighth for Panthers is number 6 Jarome Luai
  • Halfback for Warriors is number 7 Shaun Johnson
    Halfback for Panthers is number 7 Nathan Cleary

Forwards

  • Prop for Warriors is number 10 Jazz Tevaga
    Prop for Panthers is number 8 Moses Leota
  • Hooker for Warriors is number 9 Wayde Egan
    Hooker for Panthers is number 9 Apisai Koroisau
  • Prop for Warriors is number 23 Addin Fonua-Blake
    Prop for Panthers is number 10 James Fisher-Harris
  • 2nd Row for Warriors is number 11 Jack Murchie
    2nd Row for Panthers is number 11 Viliame Kikau
  • 2nd Row for Warriors is number 13 Josh Curran
    2nd Row for Panthers is number 12 Liam Martin
  • Lock for Warriors is number 12 Tohu Harris
    Lock for Panthers is number 13 Isaah Yeo

Interchange

  • Interchange for Warriors is number 8 Bunty Afoa
    Interchange for Panthers is number 14 Mitch Kenny
  • Interchange for Warriors is number 14 Chanel Harris-Tavita
    Interchange for Panthers is number 15 Scott Sorensen
  • Interchange for Warriors is number 16 Dunamis Lui
    Interchange for Panthers is number 16 Spencer Leniu
  • Interchange for Warriors is number 17 Bayley Sironen
    Interchange for Panthers is number 17 Jaeman Salmon

Reserves

  • Replacement for Warriors is number 20 Eliesa Katoa
    Replacement for Panthers is number 19 Matthew Eisenhuth

Match Officials

  • Referee: Peter Gough
  • Touch Judge: Belinda Sharpe
  • Senior Review Official: Chris Butler

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Centres Izack Tago and Taylan May, Spencer Leniu and Charlie Staines have been called up by Toa Samoa for its encounter with the Cook Islands.

 

On top of that, Viliame Kikau is in the Fiji Bati side to play Papua New Guinea.

The Panthers go into the match with just one loss this season.

This is the only encounter between the two sides tis year. It was initially scheduled as the Vodafone Warriors’ first match since 2019 at Mount Smart Stadium.

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The New Zealand Warriors honour the mana of the Indigenous peoples of Aotearoa, Australia and the Pacific. We acknowledge the traditional kaitiaki of the lands, elders past and present, their stories, their traditions, their mamae and their mana motuhake.

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