Jarome Luai dislocates shoulder as Penrith Panthers leave minor premiership door open for Brisbane Broncos with shock loss to Parramatta Eels

The Panthers’ bid to be the first team in the NRL era to win three straight titles has taken a huge blow with Jarome Luai in doubt to play again this season after dislocating his shoulder in a shock 32-18 loss to the Eels.

Five-eighth Luai was helped from the field in the first half clutching at his left shoulder after it popped out of the joint as he tried to score a try underneath a Bryce Cartwright tackle at BlueBet Stadium on Thursday night.

Penrith medical staff reported it went back…

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