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With Josh Mansour back in action, it's time to check out his most eye-catching tries and vote for your favourite. Vote now to go into the running to attend a Panthers training session, meet the players and take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Panthers Rugby League Academy.

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Try #1
Sauce's first NRL career double helped the Panthers overcome the Warriors in New Zealand, including this acrobatic, one-handed finish from a pin-point Lachlan Coote grubber.

Try #2
Another double serve of Sauce helped the Panthers triumph over the Eels in the Battle of the West in front of a packed home crowd. This last-ditch soaring effort got the ball rolling for the Panthers who comfortably saw off their rivals.

Try #3
Sauce and the Panthers travelled to the spiritual home of Wests Tigers and put them to the sword to all but end their season. Some quick hands and a looping cut-out pass from Dallin Watene-Zelezniak found the winger in space to finish off the move expertly by using every blade of grass at his disposal.

Try #4
Sauce’s array of skills were on show against the Titans when he juggled a Matt Moylan batted pass before regaining possession and leaping over the try line one-handed.

Try #5
Another expert finish from Sauce got the Panthers off to a flying start against the Tigers. This time going airborne over James Tedesco and planting the ball centimetres inside the sideline from a seemingly impossible position.

Try #6
A trademark run from the barnstorming winger split the Warriors defence wide open before carrying a handful of defenders with him on the way to the try line.

Try #7
A long-range effort in the first week of the finals provided one of the most iconic images of the 2016 season for the Panthers. An exchange on halfway between Sauce and Matt Moylan opened up the Bulldogs defence, allowing the winger to streak away to the corner and emerge from the turf Wolverine-like in delight.

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