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NRL.com's predicted Panthers Round 1 team

1. Dylan Edwards
2. Josh Mansour
3. Dean Whare
4. Brent Naden
5. Brian To'o
6. Jarome Luai
7. Nathan Cleary
8. James Tamou
9. Apisai Koroisau
10. Zane Tetevano
11. Viliame Kikau
12. Isaah Yeo
13. James Fisher-Harris

14. Kurt Capewell
15. Liam Martin
16. Spencer Leniu
17. Moses Leota

Others: Caleb Aekins, Dean Blore, Shawn Blore, Billy Burns, Jed Cartwright, Stephen Crichton, Kaide Ellis, Jack Hetherington, Mitch Kenny, Tyrone May, Braydon McGrady, Malakai Watene-Zelezniak

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not particularly strong

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Penrith are a side I love to beat.

They are a classy team, getting the points over them is always nice..
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I have family who are panthers members, beating them is important

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They've leaked a huge amount of young talent in the last 12 months. Mansour was in my fantasy team last season - he does not deserve a spot in their top 30. Truly awful.

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The biggest question is how well they adjust to life without Maloney. Man he was hot and cold last season - but they certainly rode his form. They improved out of sight when he lost the captaincy role and was allowed to focus on his game. Now he's gone and I wonder where their strike comes from. Pretty ordinary 3/4 line these days.

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Can jag a win on their day but can't see them going deep or troubling the top teams

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I have been very impressed with the preparing the panthers series of videos they have released on Twitter.

Has anyone else been watching them?


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RTW wrote:I have been very impressed with the preparing the panthers series of videos they have released on Twitter.

Has anyone else been watching them?


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To answer your question. I watched last seasons Panthers videos starring Tyrone May, Tyrone Phillips and Liam Coleman.

I on the other hand was not impressed.

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Whatya talkin bout BJ? Actually that might have been a different Coleman.

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Penrith Panthers Tyrone May sentenced to 300 hours of community service over sex tapes

Panthers playmaker Tyrone May has been sentenced to 300 hours community service and a three-year community corrections order after pleading guilty to four charges of intentionally recording an intimate image without consent. The 23-year-old five-eighth was charged over two videos recorded in separate incidents in 2018.

Read more: https://www.nrl.com/news/2020/01/31/may ... y-service/
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Wow, 300 hours is a seriously large amount of community service. Hopefully sends a clear message to anybody else who thinks this type of thing is OK to do.
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He had 300hrs of footage so the punishment fits...
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Cleary, May facing two-match ban for being untruthful to Integrity Unit

Panthers star Nathan Cleary faces a two-match ban as well as a $30,000 fine after the NRL issued him with an amended breach notice.

Cleary and his housemate, fellow Penrith player Tyrone May, have been sanctioned for not co-operating with the NRL Integrity Unit.

Read more: https://www.nrl.com/news/2020/05/11/cle ... rity-unit/

Nathan Cleary and Tyrone May

The National Rugby League (NRL) has issued Penrith player Nathan Cleary with a further amended breach notice.

The notice sets out additional matters to which Cleary has been asked to respond. The additional matters relate to his co-operation with the NRL Integrity Unit. The further amended notice proposes a fine of $30,000 and a two-match suspension, which would be served at the resumption of the NRL competition.

Fellow Penrith player, Tyrone May, has also been issued with a breach notice relating to the same matter and his co-operation with the NRL’s investigation. The notice proposes a $15,000 fine and a two-match suspension.

The notices allege that the players were untruthful in relation to material matters and the proposed sanctions reflect the seriousness of those allegations.

Both Players will now have an opportunity to respond to the matters alleged in Breach Notices before a final determination is made.

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May comes across as a top bloke doesn't he

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Penrith Panthers accept two-match bans for Nathan Cleary and Tyrone May

Panthers duo Nathan Cleary and Tyrone May have accepted two-match bans after being found to have been untruthful to the NRL Integrity Unit.

Read more: https://www.nrl.com/news/2020/05/11/cle ... rity-unit/

Panthers Group CEO Brian Fletcher has issued the following statement:

“Our club has a responsibility to our members, our corporate partners, our community and the game as a whole to uphold certain standards of behaviour.

“When a player or staff member falls short of those standards, as has been the case in this instance, there must be meaningful consequences.

“To that end Panthers supports the sanctions proposed by the NRL in relation to Nathan Cleary and Tyrone May.

“Both players have this morning expressed sincere remorse for their actions and confirmed to the club they will accept the proposed sanctions.

“The club will continue to provide Nathan and Tyrone with the support they require as the team prepares for the recommencement of the 2020 NRL season.

“We consider the matter finalised at this point and the club will be making no further comment.”

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A 2 game ban will give Nathan Cleary plenty of time to think about his next tik tok dance routine
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Police re-investigate Penrith Panthers Nathan Cleary as more COVID lies exposed

NSW police will investigate whether Penrith star Nathan Cleary lied about a possible social distancing breach that resulted in a severe sanction by the NRL.

“There will be some further inquiries made into that over the coming days and if it’s appropriate to take action against that person, that will occur,” NSW deputy police commissioner Gary Worboys said.

Read more: https://7news.com.au/sport/rugby-league ... -c-1034246

Nathan Cleary didn’t just lie about how long a group of girls were at his house for on Anzac Day, or how they got to his house – he also lied about his movements during the day: https://7news.com.au/sport/rugby-league ... -c-1033867
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Nathan Cleary cops police fine for COVID breaches

Penrith star Nathan Cleary has been fined $1000 by NSW Police for breaching social distancing laws.

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He's not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy.

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Edwards and Koroisau out for several weeks. Big if they're both still out when we play them in 3 weeks.

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zim wrote:
July 22, 2020, 7:57 pm
Edwards and Koroisau out for several weeks. Big if they're both still out when we play them in 3 weeks.
Koroisau has been the catalyst for Panthers form this year. Last year they had Egan and Katoa stinking it up at dummy half and the rest of the team suffered. He's turned that around.
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Cleary is in career best form as well instead of being a footnote next to Maloney.

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