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Stat Attack: Panthers v Roosters

The Panthers recorded a tense 20-14 victory over the Roosters at Suncorp Stadium.

Matt Burton was instrumental in the win, scoring a double and making 211m, four tackle breaks and three line breaks in a standout performance.

See the stats that mattered below, thanks to Alpha Catering Equipment:

MOST TACKLES

  • Apisai Koroisau: 47
  • Isaah Yeo: 42
  • Liam Martin: 40
  • Moses Leota: 38
  • Matt Eisenhuth: 32
  • Viliame Kikau: 26
  • Jarome Luai: 23
  • Kurt Capewell: 20

Long-range effort from Burton opens the scoring

MOST METRES

  • Dylan Edwards: 212m (22 runs)
  • Matt Burton: 211m (10 runs)
  • Taylan May: 194m (17 runs)
  • Scott Sorensen: 160m (16 runs)
  • Kurt Capewell: 143m (15 runs)
  • Viliame Kikau: 139m (16 runs)
  • Isaah Yeo: 133m (16 runs)
  • Liam Martin: 127m (13 runs)
  • Moses Leota: 122m (14 runs)

POST CONTACT METRES

  • Kurt Capewell: 63m
  • Taylan May: 57m
  • Scott Sorensen: 55m
  • Dylan Edwards: 54m
  • Liam Martin: 52m
  • Viliame Kikau: 51m
  • Isaah Yeo: 49m
  • Moses Leota: 47m

MOST TACKLE BREAKS

  • Taylan May: 6
  • Dylan Edwards: 6
  • Matt Burton: 6
  • Izack Tago: 4
  • Viliame Kikau: 3
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MOST OFFLOADS

  • Viliame Kikau: 3
  • Scott Sorensen: 2

MOST LINE BREAKS

  • Matt Burton: 3
  • Taylan May: 2
  • Paul Momirovski: 1

TRIES

  • Matt Burton: 2
  • Paul Momirovski: 1

TRY ASSISTS

  • Dylan Edwards: 1

GOALS

  • Matt Burton: 4 from 5

Stats Panthers Roosters
Possession 50% 50%
Completion Rate 87% 75%
Run Metres 1,824m 1,556m
Post Contact Metres 550m 543m
Tackles 343 328
Tackle Breaks 36 39
Line Breaks 6 6
Kicking Metres 474m 522m

 

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.