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Coach Ivan Cleary has decided not to make any drastic changes to his side for Saturday’s NRL clash against the Storm at AAMI Park.

Jamal Idris will be rested for another week to ensure he has fully recovered from a hamstring strain, which means young gun Isaah Yeo will wear the #4 jersey again. He made his first grade debut last week and passed with flying colours!

There’s been a bit of a shuffle in the second row, but all other positions will be the same as round 1.

1.Matt Moylan, 2. Josh Mansour, 3. Dean Whare, 4. Isaah Yeo, 5. David Simmons, 6. Jamie Soward, 7. Peter Wallace©, 8. Brent Kite, 9. Kevin Kingston ©, 10. Nigel Plum, 11. Lewis Brown, 12. Elijah Taylor, 13. Adam Docker

Interchange: 14. James Segeyaro, 15. Jeremy Latimore, 16. Tyrone Peachey, 17. Sam McKendry 


Coach Garth Brennan has moved a few players around for this week, but ultimately his round 1 team will run out again this week. Despite the loss last week, this side fought hard against Newcastle and they should be very strong again this week.

1.Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, 2. Eddie Aiono, 3. Will Smith, 4. Tom Eisenhuth, 5 Kevin Naiqama, 6. Daniel Foster, 7. Isaac John, 8. Sam Anderson, 9. Kierran Moseley, 10. Shaun Spence, 11. Matt Robinson, 12. Nathan Smith (c), 13. Ryan Simpkins

Interchange: 14. Reagan Campbell-Gillard, 15. Leilani Latu, 16. Liam Ayoub, 17. Iain Riccardi, 18. Sakeo Dibeci


Coach Trent Barrett has made a couple of changes to his side for round 2, after last week’s positive showing against the Knights.

Bryce Cartwright and Sam Scarlett return to the Under 20’s after recovering from injury, and Myles Taueli joins the team at prop.

1.Brent Naden, 2. Joshua Jay, 3. Jarryd Dodd, 4. Regan Haika, 5. Solofa Silipa, 6. Sione Katoa, 7. Sam Scarlett, 8. Andy Saunders (c), 9. Josh Tangitau, 10. Myles Taueli, 11. Chris Smith, 12. Bryce Cartwright, 13. Brendan Attwood

Interchange: 14. Corey Harawira, 15. Atonio Pelasasa, 16. Wellington Albert, 17. Moses Leota, 18. Jarrod Brackenhofer

Acknowledgement of Country

Penrith Panthers players and staff respect and honour the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to their elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.