All 16 NRL teams will turn out in Perth across two days of fast-paced action when the club Nines tournament returns after a two-year absence.
Moving away from Auckland for the first time, the competition is shaping as a summer footy festival with fun the ultimate focus.
Total prize money of $1 million is on the line, with a bonus $1 million available for any men's team that can win both the Nines and NRL Telstra Premiership this season.
Fans can follow the draw, live match centres and latest standings here.
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Where: HBF Park, Perth
When: 14 - 15 February
Friday 14 February: 4pm to 8:30pm (local time), 7pm to 11.30pm (AEDT)
Saturday 15 February: 11am to 7:30pm (local time), 2pm to 10.30pm (AEDT)
Thirty matches will be played over 12 exciting hours.
TV Broadcast Information
All games live on NRL Live Pass, Fox League and Kayo (Australia) and Sky NZ (New Zealand)
Panthers v Roosters (Game 2) @ 4.30pm local time / 7.30pm AEDT
Knights v Panthers (Game 13) @ 11.10am local time / 2.10pm AEDT
The Panthers will play two pool matches against the Roosters and Knights after being drawn in Pool 1.
The top two teams from each pool progress to the Quarter Finals following the completion of all pool matches.
The Panthers NRL Nines squad is as follows: