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Stat Attack: Panthers v Dragons

The Panthers showed plenty of resilience to come from behind and record a four-point victory over the Dragons at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium on Friday.

The Panthers made good ground with ball-in-hand as nine Panthers ran more than 100 metres while Isaah Yeo and Api Koroisau got through the most work in defence.

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See the stats that mattered below:

Most Tackles

Isaah Yeo: 42
Api Koroisau: 40
James Fisher-Harris: 29
James Tamou: 27 (0 missed tackles)
Liam Martin: 24


Josh Mansour: 236m (21 runs)
James Fisher-Harris: 204m (19 runs)
Caleb Aekins: 194m (19 runs)
Zane Tetevano: 175m (14 runs)
Brian To’o: 144m (13 runs)
James Tamou: 132m (11 runs)
Isaah Yeo: 116m (13 runs)
Moses Leota: 104m (10 runs)
Liam Martin: 101m (8 runs)

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Josh Mansour: 65m
James Fisher-Harris: 59m
Brian To’o: 57m
Zane Tetevano: 47m
Caleb Aekins: 43m
James Tamou: 43m


Dean Whare: 2
Josh Mansour: 2
Isaah Yeo: 2

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Jarome Luai: 1
Viliame Kikau: 1
Josh Mansour: 1
Nathan Cleary: 1
Apisai Koroisau: 1
Stephen Crichton: 1


Josh Mansour: 7
Nathan Cleary: 3
Stephen Crichton: 3

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Josh Mansour: 1
Nathan Cleary: 1
Liam Martin: 1


Nathan Cleary: 6 from 6


Run Metres - Panthers: 2,038m | Dragons: 1,688m  
Possession - Panthers: 56% | Dragons: 44%
Completed Sets - Panthers: 30/37 | Dragons: 29/35
Completion Rate – Panthers: 81% | Dragons: 83%
Tackle Breaks - Panthers: 26 | Dragons: 35
Tackles – Panthers: 299 | Dragons: 352
Tackle Efficiency: Panthers 87.7% | Dragons: 89.3%

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.