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JOSH MANSOUR: Suffered a small hamstring tear during our game against Melbourne. He is progressing well and the coaches will reassess his progress at the end of this week to see when he might be fit to play

PETER WALLACE: Suffered a groin strain at Friday's captain run. He will be out for 1-2 weeks

BRENT KITE: Strained his calf during the Melbourne game. He is doing well in rehab but will be sidelined for another 2-3 weeks

ETO NABULI: MCL on left knee. He pulled up sore after our Auckland Nines quarter final match, and scans show it is worse than first thought. Due back in the next couple of weeks

GEORGE JENNINGS: Dislocated his elbow in our Nines quarter final. He doesn't need surgery and is progressing well. Coaches will reassess him this week, but he's expected to stay sidelined for another 1-2 weeks

LUKE CAPEWELL: He's had surgery on his right foot after turf toe. Should be fit to play in the next week or two

SIKA MANU: Had a shoulder reconstruction after the World Cup last year. Progress has been outstanding and he's due back on the field in the next couple of weeks

VAIPUNA TIA KILIFI: Broke his ankle during a trial match. He is now out of the safety boot and has started back running. It will still be a while until he's fit

DANIEL FOSTER: Suffered a light hamstring strain in round 2. He is due back in a week or two

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.