Penrith Panthers’ Brian To’o hopes band of ‘brothers’ haven’t played together for last time

To’o is signed at Penrith until the end of 2027. Crichton pursued the chance to play fullback at Canterbury and Leniu was lured by the promise of a starting front-row spot at Bondi. There are hopes Penrith can still accommodate Luai, who is a free agent come November 1. The club locked down fullback Dylan Edwards until the end of 2028 on Wednesday.

Jarome Luai leaves the field with Panthers physio Pete Green last weekCredit: Getty

Pint-sized winger To’o, who has played NSW Origin with Luai…

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