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NRL Late Mail: Round 4

Panthers coach Anthony Griffin has finalised his side to face North Queensland Cowboys at 1300SMILES Stadium.

21-year-old hooker Wayde Egan will make his NRL debut off the bench as Panther No.575. James Fisher-Harris has been moved into the starting side at the expense of James Tamou, who is playing his 200th NRL game.

Jarome Luai and Nick Lui-Toso have been omitted and will play for the Panthers ISP side against Newtown on Saturday.

Panthers v Cowboys
7.05pm Thursday
1300SMILES Stadium

1. Dylan EDWARDS - sponsored by Hertz
2. Josh MANSOUR - sponsored by Potter Automotive
3. Waqa BLAKE - sponsored by Annlyn Motors
4. Dean WHARE - sponsored by Col Western Sheds
5. Christian CRICHTON - sponsored by Chardon and Abbott Home Loans
6. Tyrone PEACHEY - sponsored by Elite Sand and Soil
7. James MALONEY - sponsored by Protech Locksmiths
17. James FISHER-HARRIS - sponsored by Signace
9. Peter WALLACE (c) - sponsored by HIX Group
10. Reagan CAMPBELL-GILLARD - sponsored by Daily Press
11. Viliame KIKAU - sponsored by Sinclair Ford
12. Isaah YEO - sponsored by Heartland Holden
13. Trent MERRIN - sponsored by OAK Plus

18. Wayde EGAN - sponsored by Irresistible Pools and Spas
15. Corey HARAWIRA-NAERA - sponsored by Chemtools
16. Moses LEOTA - sponsored by Steel Roofing Supply Centre
8. James TAMOU - sponsored by ABL Tile and Bathroom Centre

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.