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Season Snapshot: Izack Tago

Although Izack Tago played just 16 games in 2023, he proved why he's one of the brightest young prospects in the NRL. 

At the age of just 21, Tago collected his second premiership ring in a breakout season as he played a vital part in the Panthers' title success.

A range of injuries may have disrupted his campaign but he made the most of the time he had on the field, scoring 10 tries and assisting a further eight, while averaging 157 running metres a game.

His strong performances saw him considered for State of Origin selecting for New South Wales, and although an Origin berth didn't eventuate this time around, he won another premiership for the Panthers and represented Samoa at the end-of-season Pacific Championships.

The best of Izack Tago


  • 2023 NRL Premiership winner
  • OAK Plus Try of the Year 
  • Test appearance for Samoa 


All the best photos of Izack Tago from the 2023 NRL season.


Appearances – 16
Tries – 10
Try assists – 8
Line-breaks – 11
Tackle breaks – 67
Running metres – 2518 (avg. 157)
Tackles made – 238
Tackle efficiency – 86.9%


Voted by Panthers members and fans, Izack Tago claimed the OAK Plus Try of the Year in 2023 for his efforts in the clash against the Dolphins...

Tago beats the Hammer in a stunner


The Panthers centre is loving his time at the Panthers and wants to give back to the fans.

Penrith is everything to me; it's home. I think that's a massive part of the culture we have here like it's a homegrown club, and most of the players are all juniors that's come up through Penrith. So it's home for everyone, and we try and give back to the fans as much as possible.

Izack Tago


Izack Tago was a fan favourite again in 2023...

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