The Panthers’ winning streak has extended to seven after a 24-14 victory over Manly, but they were made to work for every inch of it at Brookvale Oval by a Sea Eagles side intent on making life difficult for the Premiers.
From the opening set, Manly seemed intent on throwing everything they had at Penrith, with extravagant shifts, trick plays and early kicks.
With their season on the line, Anthony Seibold had clearly instructed his team to play like there was no tomorrow, and they certainly did. With almost an entire middle injured, they opted to almost totally avoid the centre of…
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