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PANTHERS: 1.Corey HARAWIRA, 2.Joshua JAY, 3.Brent NADEN, 4.Waqa BLAKE. 5.Christian CRIGHTON, 6.Jarrod BRACKENHOFER, 7.Sam SCARLETT, 8.Andy SAUNDERS, 9.Josh TANGITAU, 10.Atonio PELESASA, 11.Chris SMITH, 12.Dave COWHAN, 13.Sione KATOA

INTERCHANGE: 14. Brendan ATTWOOD, 15. Myles TAUELI, 16. Jordan HALL, 17. Peter TIA TIA, 18. Elkander FAIROUZ

TITANS: 1 – Jahrome HUGHES (capt), 2 – Rory HUMPHRIES, 3 - Jaiden HAWKES, 4 – Connor BROADHURST, 5 – Zac SPRING, 6 – Christian HAZARD, 7 – Kane ELGEY (capt), 8 – Harrison HUGHES, 9 - Deacon FLETCHER, 10 – Mitch SHARP, 11 – Caleb MOREHU, 12 – Anthony COLMAN, 13 - Parahi WILSON

INTERCHANGE: 14 – Nathan PORTELLI, 15 – Francis FAFITA, 16 – Jackson CLARKE, 17 – Karl LAWTON, 18 – Brian KELLY


Saturday’s Under 20’s clash between the Panthers and the Titans should be a pretty evenly matched affair, with both teams struggling to find their form in recent weeks.

Penrith is now sitting in 8th spot on the ladder after their win over the Eels last weekend but that followed a string of losses. While the Gold Coast youngsters haven’t posted a win since round 8, and are languishing back in 15th position, equal last with the Bulldogs.

Trent Barrett made a few changes to his side last weekend and it paid off, so he has stuck with a similar line up this week. Corey Harawira retains the fullback jersey, while young gun Christian Crighton will take his place on the wing. He also has a very strong bench to call upon.

Gold Coast had the BYE last round so they will be a little fresher than our boys, and they’ll also have a home ground advantage.

The Panthers will be looking for a repeat performance of their win over Parramatta, which showcased some brilliant defence. They only let the opposition in once in the whole 80 minutes, while running in 18 points of their own. They held their form and attacked aggressively, dominating for most of the match.

Baz will again be looking to his halves combo of Jarrod Brackenhofer and Sam Scarlett to guide the team around the park and get the ball out to our wingers, who have been our leading try scorers. 

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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.