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PREVIEW BY TROY DODDS

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HERE’S ONE THING I can promise you about this Sunday’s clash between Penrith and the Warriors: the scoreline won’t reflect the 62-6 shellacking the Panthers handed out back in round 10. Too much has happened since then for a scoreline like that to repeat itself. In fact, much has been said about how Matt Elliott and the Warriors used that embarrassing May night at Penrith Stadium as a line in the sand; a moment in time that changed their season.

exceptionally competitive in both of those matches; so much so that a bounce of the ball their way could have changed the result in both cases. Manly were a class above them last Sunday but the Warriors never gave up and the 27-12 final scoreline was hardly an embarrassment. I really like the Warriors’ brand of football and with matches against the Panthers, Titans and Raiders in the next three weeks, their destiny is in their own hands as all of

anything right. Injuries have taken their toll, and one never likes to question a team’s commitment, but a few players out there looked like they were thinking about their end of season trip rather than the task at hand. There’s no doubt that the return of Lachlan Coote and Sam McKendry boosts the Panthers, and both will be better for the run when they come up against the Warriors this Sunday. Coote in particular added some much-

but simply failed to make an impact against the Cowboys. Or maybe Tim Grant will give us some of the form that earned him an Origin call-up last year, but has only been seen in patches this season. There’s no doubt that the Panthers are hurting – their dressing room resembles a hospital ward and it’s been a long, tough season. It’s kind of like being at the gym – you’ve been working out for an hour, you’ve given

Whether it be as assistant at the Roosters or head coach at the Warriors, Matthew Elliott hasn’t beaten his former club since leaving the Panthers in 2011 Don’t think for one second that the Warriors won’t be thinking about that game this weekend. They will want to right the wrong. Now, in round 23, the Warriors find themselves above Penrith on the ladder and very much in the mix for a position in the top eight. Some have said the Warriors’ run has come to an end following losses to Cronulla and Manly, but the Auckland-based side was

these clubs are right there in the top eight mix with them. They finish with the Dragons, a match that could ultimately decide their fate. As for the Panthers, disappointing is probably not a strong enough word to describe their effort against the Cowboys last Sunday night. While they were still in the match at half-time, down 12-4, the second half was a shambles and Penrith simply couldn’t do

needed spark last weekend and it looks like his return will provide some attacking flair in the last month of the season. The Warriors will be deserved favourites for this clash; and for Penrith to be competitive, someone needs to put their hand up and lead the side through what will be a tough afternoon at Mount Smart Stadium. Perhaps that person will be Kevin Kingston, who tries his guts out every week

it all you’ve got, you’re covered in sweat and you feel you can’t do anything else. Your trainer is telling you you’ve got five minutes left in the session. The real champions will fight the pain. They’ll rise above the adversity, and do that extra set. The pretenders will rush straight to the change room, content with “near enough is good enough”. Just which category Penrith falls into could well be determined on Sunday. EXTRATIME | 3


EXTRA TIME’S CHEERLEADER OF THE YEAR

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The following pages profile our nine successful semi-finalists in the Extra Time Cheerleader of the Year competition! Our grand final winner will take home a $1,000 JB HiFi voucher, a professional photo shoot and will grace the cover of Extra Time for our round 26 edition in a few weeks. After successfully getting through to the semi finals via public vote, our nine remaining cheerleaders were given two tasks: Write a 200 word piece on why they should be our Cheerleader of the Year, and arrive at Weekender HQ for a photo with the theme “Dress to Impress” in mind. Now, nine must become three! Here’s how it works from here: Each of our semi-finalists will be given a score out of 10 by each member of our panel, giving each girl a final score out of 50. The three semi-finalists with the top three scores will go through to the grand final. The panel will consider the 200 word piece, as well as the photograph and style the semi-finalist chose for our “Dress to Impress” theme.

Our panel includes Western Weekender editor Troy Dodds, rugby league reporter Nathan Taylor, senior Western Weekender journalist Cassandra O’Connor, and former Penrith Panthers cheerleader Danielle Davis. The final member of our panel is you! You can logon to www. westernweekender.com.au to find a special poll where you can vote for your favourite semi finalist. The cheerleader with the most votes will get 10 points towards their 50 total, the cheerleader with the second highest number of votes will get nine points, the cheerleader with the third highest number of votes will get eight points, and so on all the way down to the lowest ranked cheerleader by the public, who will get two points. Online entries will close on Friday, August 23 at 4pm. The grand finalists will be announced via our Facebook page at that time at www.facebook.com/westernweekender. Good luck to all of our semi finalists... and well done to all the Penrith Panthers cheerleaders on a fantastic season at Penrith Stadium.

T WOULD BE SUCH an honour to win the title of Extra Time’s Cheerleader of the Year. It’s only my first year as a cheerleader and I’ve loved every moment of it, it’s been a lot of fun and definitely the best year of my life so it’s sad to think the season is coming to an end shortly. My absolute favourite thing in the world is getting to perform and getting to do just that at each game whilst cheering on my team is really special! Just looking out into the crowd and seeing our team colours and the efforts some of the fans have gone to really makes me smile. I love walking around and getting to meet and talk to the fans and every single game the Panthers fans are full of energy and passionate for their team and the atmosphere is always so exciting! It’s great being able to be a part of something like that and feeling that sense of community. I’m a funny, bubbly girl with a lot of heart and a passion for my team so winning the title of Extra Time’s Cheerleader of the Year would be an amazing moment for me and top off what has been an awesome year so far!

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’M HANNAH, 20, AND full of energy! (see that rhymes). I am studying a Bachelor of Music at the Australian Institute of Music and am a trained ballet dancer. I must confess that I love ‘The Sound of Music’ because I am a massive musical theatre nerd. My scariest moment was when I was six, I ran out of bread, while feeding the ducks and swans and the black swan got mad and chased me all the way back to the car and started pecking on the car window... I was terrified. I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to represent the Penrith Panthers as a cheerleader. The rush of performing to a full stadium of passionate supporters, and mixing dance with stunts, energy and cheering is a fulfilling experience! To me the girls are more than just cheerleaders, but truly talented, smart, hardworking, determined and crazy fun women who all love their footy. Life is exciting and “I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, It’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do. And that enables you to laugh at life’s realities” – Dr Seuss.

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BELIEVE I SHOULD win the Extra Time Panthers Cheerleader of the Year competition simply because I love what I do. I have been a member of the Panthers cheer squad for three years now, and have loved every single minute of it. All my daily work revolves around cheerleading; organising competitive cheerleading competitions, coaching cheerleading to kids all over Sydney, including some of our Kitty Kats and I cheer competitively myself, but cheerleading for the Panthers tops all of that. It is an amazing feeling to be able to be a part of your favourite team’s season and be surrounded by the atmosphere of all the fans at every game from the best seat in the house. Not to mention doing all this with all the other amazing girls that make up the Panthers cheer squad. We all work really hard at training and at the game to make sure we can be a great squad that the team and the fans deserve. Winning the Extra Time Cheerleader of the Year would just be an amazing way to top off all the hard work I and the squad put in this year and will also top off a great season from the Panthers.

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EXTRA TIME’S CHEERLEADER OF THE YEAR N ATA L I E

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’M NATALIE AND I’M 20-years-old. This is my first year cheerleading for the Panthers. There are two main reasons as to why I think I deserve to win Cheerleader of the Year. Firstly and most importantly, I have always been and will always be a massive Panthers supporter. I come from a very NRL oriented family and have stuck by and followed Penrith through thick and thin! Ever since I can remember it has been my life’s goal to cheer for the Panthers, and this has been the best year of my life because I have been able to do so! My passion for the team comes through at the games in my cheerleading – my reactions and excitement is always very real and over the top! The fact I care so much about how the team goes makes me a good cheerleader as it’s a lot more than just dancing for me! Secondly, outside cheerleading, I am completing a law/arts double degree majoring in politics and international relations. This breaks the stereotype of the typical cheerleader and shows that all of us have substance to us and do a lot more than what is typically portrayed! I show that you can have it both ways and do a serious degree but still live a fun lifestyle.

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HAVE BEEN CHEERLEADING for the Penrith Panthers for a total of six years and I am currently the longest serving cheerleader on the squad. Throughout this time I have been given awesome opportunities including working with charities, meeting inspiring people, learning how to do cheer stunts, promoting the club, being a team leader, cheering in the finals, representing the fans, and watching the footy from the best seats in the stadium. I am very passionate about both dance and sport, and cheerleading combines both. I studied at university and have graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science (PDHPE) and a Master of Teaching (Secondary). I now teach sport and dance to young people across the western Sydney area. Some of them are underprivileged or have needs, and there is nothing better then being able to give them a chance to get into dance as an outlet. Before joining the cheer squad, I was in a hip hop crew and use that experience to guide young dancers through developing their talents. If I were to win, I would use the exposure and resources to get to the next level in dance and sport!

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Y NAME IS KATI and this is my fourth year that I have been cheerleading for the mighty Penrith Panthers. I have been dancing since I was three and am now a fully qualified dance teacher, Zumba instructor and American cheer coach. I cheer because I have a passion for dance but also a passion for the NRL. I have been following and supporting the Panthers since 2000 and I don’t only cheer at home games, but also go to away games to support the boys. Since being a cheerleader I have freely given my time on many occasions to charity and events such as Fitness for Autism, Luke Priddis Foundation, Fan Days and many Women in League events. As a cheerleader we train intensively every week to perfect our routines and then arrive to the game days two hours prior to kick-off to make sure we are on point and entertaining. There is a lot of hard work and dedication that goes into what we do and you have to love it, which I do. I would love to be announced the Cheerleader of the Year because it would be an honour and a very proud moment being recognised for my effort, love and passion for cheer and the game.

BELIEVE I SHOULD win Cheerleader of the Year as I know I can utilise the title for a greater purpose. I have recently immersed myself in a multitude of charitable projects, including providing a better quality of life for disadvantaged children and I know that the Cheerleader of the Year designation will bring much exposure towards a truly worthy cause. Concurrently, I believe I am laudable for the title as I have such a passion not only for NRL, but most specifically for the Penrith Panthers and their supporting fans. It is an experience I have enjoyed since gracing the field as a Kitty Kat at eight years of age and have been a part of ever since. The commitment I have shown to our boys is a true reflection of how fervent and loyal I am not only to every game day, but all my aspirations in life. Above all, I have great confidence that I can fulfil all the qualities that I believe should be presented by a Cheerleader of the Year including being a vivacious positive role model for the community and using the gifts we have been given for superior intentions by helping others in need.

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HIS HAS BEEN MY first year as a member of the Pantherettes and this amazing opportunity has been a positive and fun-filled experience. Being part of the squad and being able to perform with such like-minded professional dancers has been rewarding. As a dancer since the age of three, and being involved in a range of local and professional dance companies, the opportunity to entertain large crowds during the Panthers’ home games has been exhilarating. My passion has and will always be the entertainment industry. I have completed a Bachelor of Music Majoring in Musical Theatre from the Australian Institute of Music, and I have been a dance teacher at Sally K Dance, a local dance studio for the past six years. Throughout my life I have had the opportunity to dance in a variety of venues both locally, nationally and internationally. I will continue in this industry for years to come, but I will always be a local girl at heart.

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DESERVE TO WIN the Extra Time Cheerleader of the Year contest as I have been a member of the Penrith Panthers cheersquad for the past five years, and love nothing more than cheering on my team amongst the awesome atmosphere at Centrebet Stadium. I have a degree in education and specialise in PDHPE and Dance within a high school context. However, I am currently teaching a beautiful 5/6 class at a primary school and feel that I am not the stereotypical cheerleader. I am passionate about educating young people and believe that there is nothing more powerful than a curious mind. If I were to win the $1000 JB HiFi voucher I would donate it to my school’s Spring Fair, as a raffle prize, to assist in raising funds for a new building that we have been working towards for a long time.

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HEN LACHLAN COOTE RAN out onto the Penrith Stadium turf for the first time since round one last Sunday night, the small but vocal crowd roared in appreciation for two reasons: for breathing life into a decimated Panthers lineup and also for overcoming the worst injury of his career. “You sort of get forgotten about when you’ve been out for that long, you forget what that feeling is like after months training by yourself, so it was great when I ran out onto the field that I could hear the crowd cheer,” Coote told Extra Time. The 23-year-old fullback turned fiveeighth made his long-awaited NRL comeback in Penrith’s loss to the Cowboys, five months after tearing his pectoral muscle in round two against the Wests Tigers. Coming off the bench late in the first half, Coote admitted he was feeling surprisingly calm sitting on the sidelines waiting for his opportunity. “I thought I would’ve been a lot more nervous but I wasn’t too bad,” he said. “It was a bit of a different feeling coming off the bench because you get to hear what the crowd says to the touchie and refs. I’ve never been a part of that before.” When Coote suffered the injury back at Campbelltown Stadium on March 17, many thought he would be out for the season due to the nature of the injury. However Coote, thanks to the help of doctors and modern medicine, defied the odds to allow him to see out the season in the right fashion. “Back in the old days it would’ve been a season-ending injury,” he said. “But with all the new physios and

technology these days that wasn’t the case. My physio said we’ll aim for round 20 and I ended up coming back in round 21, so it wasn’t too bad. “I’m glad I get to play a few more games before the season is up because it was frustrating knowing I was out in round two and it was a season-ending injury.” During his time out of the game Coote said he had plenty of support from his teammates as well as coaching staff, who were always making him feel part of the team and always in the loop. “The boys have been great, I was in every day they were in but I wasn’t doing the same sort of training they were doing, I was off doing my own thing,” he said. “With Ivan I was always chatting with him and he’s been great. I’m glad he’s put me back in the side so quickly.” When Coote entered the game last Sunday night, he briefly replaced the man that’s been wearing his number six jumper for most of the season, Isaac John. Coote said he wasn’t sure how the rest of the season would pan out in terms of where he would be playing week to week but he didn’t like the idea of playing fullback again. “Obviously Isaac’s earned his spot since I’ve been out injured so I’ll just have to wait and see what Ivan has prepared for us, I just hope it’s not everyone going off playing musical chairs on the sideline like last week,” he said. “I definitely want to be in the five-eighth spot, I think it’s great for my game. I love defending and I love having the ball in my hands, calling the shots. Hopefully I can be a part of that and stay at five-eighth.”

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PRIDDO’S POINT WITH LUKE PRIDDIS

Injuries could curse premiership 2003 Clive Churchill Medal winner Luke Priddis played more than 300 National Rugby League matches, including 162 for the Penrith Panthers

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T IS INJURIES THAT could yet play a major role in the fight for this year’s title. We have seen how the Rabbits have struggled without GI and now John Sutton, with young Adam Reynolds playing only his first game in the NRL without Sutton by his side last weekend. It showed what a major influence Sutton plays in the young halfback’s game. With Sam Burgess suspended, Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire (pictured) certainly has some headaches at the business end of the season. Meanwhile, Anthony Watmough and Boyd Cordner will be massive losses for Manly and the Roosters with the role those two play in their sides hard to fill.

For the Roosters at least they have a good replacement in SBW to fill the void and what a massive year it has turned out to be for him. Barring injuries he will be the first New Zealand player picked for the World Cup at year’s end then the decision lies in whether he is confident he can play another year in League in 2014 before returning to the other game for a short lead-in to their 2015 World Cup.

To say that he wants to play the remaining games of the season but would understand if the club wanted to blood other youngsters definitely says that he would be happy to not pull on the Wests Tigers jumper again. What I will say is that Benji played a massive role in bringing kids back to the game with his skills and “that sidestep”, so regardless of what people think of him as a player, this was a great gift to the game of rugby league.

Benji Marshall has finally made his decision and reading between the lines he has had enough and has given the Tigers officials an opening to finish his NRL career before season’s end.

After the results from this week’s games the final top eight is still no closer to being sorted except to say that the road to the finals for the Panthers may now have disappeared.

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ASKED PANTHER WAS FORTUNATE enough to see some of the designs for Penrith’s 2014 Asics apparel and I was somewhat impressed. There are a few major changes with the teal colour replaced by a bronze/gold colour in all of Penrith’s training and outerwear gear. The black and gold combination is represented throughout the range including shorts, training shirt, jacket, hat and singlet. But perhaps the most exciting aspect of the new range is the onfield gear, in particular the white away jersey which features a giant leaping Panther on the front. This is so cool that it reminds me of the old school NBA jerseys from the 90’s. It also seems that Penrith will get a new logo next year with all the merchandise designs coming with a ‘TBC’ written over where the logo should be. The public will get to feast their eyes on the new gear in November. Much has been said of the paltry crowd of 6,611 at last weekend’s game between Penrith and North Queensland at Centrebet Stadium. While the form of both teams didn’t help attract a big crowd, the NRL obviously has a lot to answer for in terms of the scheduling of the game. There’s some locations that Sunday night football simply shouldn’t be played, and Penrith is one of them. A family-driven, suburban area isn’t the place for a 6.30pm Sunday game – it’s dinner time, it’s close to bed time for the younger kids and people have work and school the next day. Panthers ground announcer Scott McRae has thanked fans for their support after ‘A Current Affair’ aired a story about him that questioned his integrity in relation to the Stevie Wright tribute show that he has been performing in across the nation. Any journalist worth their salt could have easily worked out there was much, much more to this story. The Penrith Panthers are set to upgrade and extend the contract of James Segeyaro, who has been in blistering form for the Panthers this season and is well and truly in the ‘buy of the year’ category as far as the NRL is concerned. Segeyaro, already signed until the end of 2015, is set to sign a deal that will see him at the club until the end of 2018 – the longest contract at the club.

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The Windsor Wolves will be holding a ‘Back to Windsor’ day this Saturday, August 17 at Windsor Sporting Complex. This is a great opportunity for current and former players as well as fans to catch up for a drink and sausage sizzle and watch three games of footy from 2pm. For the kids there will be free face painting and a jumping castle, and all fans are welcome back at Windsor Leagues at the conclusion of the VB NSW Cup game against the North Sydney Bears, where there’ll be free entertainment and an opportunity to meet your favourite Wolves players. Entry is free for anyone wearing Windsor apparel as well as Penrith Panthers season ticket holders and Windsor Leagues Club members. The NSW Cup game between the Wolves and the Bears will kick off at 6pm. Little Kobi has been a Panthers fan his entire life and last weekend he got to meet his heroes (pictured). He came along to watch the NRL and Windsor Wolves boys train at Centrebet Stadium, he had a behindthe-scenes tour, and had the team sign a poster he’d made for them. Dressed in his #5 jersey, he shook hands with Dave Simmons and discussed some of his game plays. He then had a photo with him, and Lachlan Coote. Kobi’s dad Ian said it was amazing to see his son’s eyes light up when the boys stopped to chat to him.

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JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE WITH YVONNE PURTELL

St Marys win relay YVONNE Purtell is the manager of the Penrith and Districtt Junior Rugby League, nurturing our young footy talent

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HAT A SENSATIONAL DAY it was earlier this month at Peter Van Hasselt Fields where we saw our Annual Under 6 Gala Day. Penrith has 701 registered Under six-year-olds who come together at the one venue to finish off their season. I am sure there were a lot of six-year-olds (and adults alike) who slept well that night. A special thank you to our sponsors OAK, St George Bank, ABCOE, Penrith Outback Steakhouse, Harrys Café De Wheels and Café2U, and to the Glenmore Park club who were the hosts on the day. There are plenty of highlights to the day but having Kevin Kingston and the Panthers team there supporting the event and signing hundreds of autographs for the kids was certainly one, and another being the game between the referees and Under 6 players. Earlier this month we saw another big event on the junior league calendar, that being the final of the junior league relay.

Congratulations to all 60 players who were involved on the night representing their clubs with the team holding up the trophy for 2013, St Marys Junior League. Well done boys in a very close race! Local member of our referees association Amber Fitzgerald was recently selected for the NRL Under 12 Referees Exchange Program, which currently sees her in Perth. This is excellent recognition of a talented young referee from our district. Well done and congratulations Amber. Last weekend saw the start of our semi-finals in the Saturday mod age group and Sunday competitions. Good luck to all teams who have made the finals. Remember, win or lose show respect to your opposition and be a good sport. Send pictures of your kids’ achievements to news@ westernweekender.com.au.

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THE FOOTY SHOW INSIDER

Panthers have got us laughing EXCLUSIVE to Extra Time, our secret insider drops all the goss and information from behind the scenes of one of the most popular rugby league shows on television, Channel Nine’s ‘The Footy Show’

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ITH THIS WEEK’S PLAYER Probe delving into starstudded encounters, we thought we’d bring you some of Penrith’s NRL celebrities’ best bits from the segment so far. ‘The Footy Show’ Insider has pulled together some of the most candid, memorable and laugh-out-loud lines from the Panthers favourites throughout this season’s Player Probes. The Penrith Panthers boys kicked things off with some ‘audacious’ Ray Warren impersonations, led from the front by Captain Planet wannabe James Segeyaro. The new recruit has proved to be a sensation on and off the field. The all singing, all dancing dummy half channelled soul-legend Marvin Gaye, by serenading audiences with his own rendition of ‘Sexual Healing’. Kevin Kingston may be an

inspirational leader on the field, however after a little inquisition, he’s unearthed some off-field tendencies that only his partner could love. After admitting to taking his wife to McDonald’s for their first date, Kingston opened up about his poor domestic habits: “I hate unpacking the dishwasher and I’m pretty lazy so leaving clothes around on the ground and things like that are my worst habits”. Josh Mansour tried his hardest to stitch up Lewis Brown when asked who thinks they’re the Sexiest Man in League: “Lewis Brown he thinks he is the next bachelor of the year, he has his head held high and thinks he can pull any girl”. However, ‘Sauce’ didn’t receive much support in his claims, as the Panthers contingent unanimously labelled the Penrith winger as a selfproclaimed glamour boy of the game.

“Check his Instagram, he takes a million selfies,” Segeyaro chimed in. Lewis Brown fired back, “he was upset when Parramatta’s Matt Ryan was nominated last year”. Even captain courageous Kevin Kingston couldn’t spare the young gun: “He rarely wears a shirt and when he does it’s very trendy”. The comments were welcomed by the female audience though, as fans just can’t get enough of Josh Mansour. Josh did admit that he’d like to change his “clown feet” and was even caught exercising his bad habit, “I’m very fidgety, I have this bad habit of shaking my legs. If we go out to dinner the whole table shakes… I’m doing it right now aren’t I?” Mansour laughs, “I always do it!” The home of the Player Probe, ‘The Footy Show’ Thursday 8.30pm on Channel Nine.

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PD

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Rabbitiohs

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2

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Sea Eagles

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13

1

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2

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Panthers vs

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Storm

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13

1

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2

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309

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Brisbane Broncos

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Bulldogs

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11

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9

2

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PENRITH STADIUM

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Sharks

26

11

0

9

2

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371

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Knights

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10

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9

2

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Titans

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10

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10

2

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427

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Canterbury Bulldogs

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Raiders

24

10

0

10

2

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472

- 110

10

Warriors

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0

11

2

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11

Broncos

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8

1

11

2

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Cowboys

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12

2

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Panthers

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0

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2

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Dragons

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2

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15

Tigers

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Eels

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2

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ERIN MOLAN

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CAMERON FAICO

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BRONCOS SEA EAGLES RAIDERS COWBOYS DRAGONS WARRIORS KNIGHTS ROOSTERS

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PRD NATIONWIDE PENRITH

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CPR WEALTH & PANTHERS LEGEND

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HELEN FITZPATRICK

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KALINDA JADE MUSIC SCHOOL EELS RABBITOHS BULLDOGS TITANS DRAGONS WARRIORS STORM TIGERS

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STANTON & TAYLOR COMMERCIAL

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BOQ

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SHAUN SMITH

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SPS HOME IMPROVEMENTS

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STRAWBS & TEACH

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PANTHERS WEEKLY EELS SEA EAGLES BULLDOGS TITANS SHARKS PANTHERS STORM ROOSTERS

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BRONCOS RABBITOHS RAIDERS COWBOYS DRAGONS WARRIORS STORM ROOSTERS

NATHAN TAYLOR

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WESTERN WEEKENDER

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EELS SEA EAGLES BULLDOGS TITANS SHARKS PANTHERS STORM ROOSTERS

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ANTHONY WALKER

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BRONCOS RABBITOHS RAIDERS COWBOYS SHARKS WARRIORS STORM ROOSTERS

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EELS SEA EAGLES RAIDERS COWBOYS SHARKS WARRIORS STORM ROOSTERS

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BRONCOS SEA EAGLES BULLDOGS COWBOYS SHARKS WARRIORS KNIGHTS ROOSTERS

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PENRITH PACEWAY

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BRONCOS SEA EAGLES BULLDOGS COWBOYS SHARKS WARRIORS STORM ROOSTERS

BRONCOS SEA EAGLES RAIDERS COWBOYS SHARKS WARRIORS STORM ROOSTERS

EELS SEA EAGLES BULLDOGS TITANS SHARKS PANTHERS STORM ROOSTERS

BRONCOS RABBITOHS RAIDERS COWBOYS DRAGONS PANTHERS KNIGHTS ROOSTERS

ALL SPORTS DIRECT

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PROPERTY CENTRAL

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JET CARPET CLEANING

EELS SEA EAGLES BULLDOGS TITANS SHARKS PANTHERS STORM ROOSTERS

TROY DODDS

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ABL TILE & BATHROOM CENTRE EELS RABBITOHS RAIDERS COWBOYS DRAGONS WARRIORS KNIGHTS TIGERS

RUSSELL BYRNES

178

PAUL SPICER

BRONCOS RABBITOHS BULLDOGS COWBOYS SHARKS WARRIORS STORM ROOSTERS

THE FOOTY SHOW

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VIC SHIPLEY

172

PIZZA HUT EMU PLAINS

EELS SEA EAGLES BULLDOGS TITANS SHARKS PANTHERS STORM ROOSTERS

SHANNON HILL

BRONCOS SEA EAGLES RAIDERS COWBOYS DRAGONS WARRIORS STORM ROOSTERS

EELS SEA EAGLES BULLDOGS TITANS SHARKS PANTHERS STORM ROOSTERS

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BRONCOS SEA EAGLES RAIDERS TITANS SHARKS WARRIORS KNIGHTS ROOSTERS

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