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Digital Image Grant Trouville © : Josh Mansour attacks : NRL Rugby League Round 17 - Wests Tigers v Penrith Panthers at Leichhardt Oval sunday  June 6th  2014.

Panthers vs Tigers
Leichhardt Oval - 4pm
Sunday 28th June

Ivan Cleary has a few changes to this Sunday's side to face the Wests Tigers.

Josh Mansour's return from a knee injury has forced a re-shuffle to the team with Isaah Yeo moving to the back row. Watch the video above to see the team named.

Panthers vs Wyong Roos
Central Coast Stadium - 4.30pm
Sunday 28th June

Garth Brennan has announced his team to face the Wyong Roos. Robert Jennings is a welcome return from injury while Isaac John and Will Smith team up in the halves. His team is as follows:

1. Adrian DAVIS
2. Eddie AIONO
3. Robert JENNINGS
4. Geoff DANIELA
5. Maliko FILINO
6. Isaac JOHN
7. Will SMITH
9. Brendan ATTWOOD
11. Chris SMITH
12. Tupou SOPOAGA
13. Leilani LATU


14. Stanton ALBERT
16. Rodney COATES
17. Atonio PELASASA 

Panthers vs Tigers
Leichhardt Oval - 1.45pm
Sunday 28th June

Despite enjoying a nine-match winning streak, Cameron Ciraldo has made some changes in key positions for his Penrith Panthers NYC side’s showdown with Wests Tigers. SG Ball success story Nathan Cleary has been named at five-eighth while Dylan Edwards, who wore the number six against the Bulldogs, has been named in the centres. Paea Pua shifts from the back row to the front row, Kaide Ellis and Oliver Clark drop back to the bench, and Corey Waddell has been elevated to a starting role alongside Shane Kiel in the back row.

1. Brent NADEN (c)
2. Fuimanu ENESE
3. Jack NELSON
4. Dylan EDWARDS
5. Braidon BURNS
6. Nathan CLEARY
7. Sam ELWIN
8. Paea PUA
9. Soni LUKE
10. Moses LEOTA
11. Corey WADDELL
12. Shane KIEL
13. Tyrone MAY


14. Kaide ELLIS
15. Cowen EPERE
16. Oliver CLARK
17. Soni HALA
19. Thomson TUIGAMALA

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.