Panthers are very powerful for cocks because Jared himself speaks with restraint.



Penrith maintained their form at the top of the table with a 32-12 win in challenging conditions against the Sydney Roosters at the SCG.

Jerome Luay and Api Koroisau were enough to blow up a solvo game in the final half, which was very close until then, and ended the night with Jared Weria-Hargreaves in the bin and facing a ban after a foul-mouthed. Outrage over referee Gerard Sutton.

If the Panthers had a chance to feel the heat from below them on the table, it was canceled out in the middle of the second half as Penrith tore through the elastic roosters with three attempts in ten minutes which basically ended the competition.

When it rains, the Panthers do nothing to stop it. They scored 32 runs in last week’s Magic Round against the Storm in Brisbane, and that score matched tonight in Sydney.

It was the Panthers playing hits: all five of their backs were at the top of the 120-meter race, when they made the first two attempts which were the final result of the moves started by Isaac Yeo and ended by Jerome Louis.

The Roosters are among the best in the competition to defend their goal line, and they had to do a lot, but in the end it cost them their inability to return the punch.

They had 41% of the ball in the first half, very little to make an impact, and the Panthers played zero in the red zone. The offensive vs. defense side has always been strong, and even the best teams in the NRL will eventually lose that battle with the Panthers.

There were hints of a quality game early on. A sweeping backline move – instigated by improbable double playmakers Jordan Wairia-Hargreaves and Siosuya Taukiyaho – saw Joseph Swallow stay free on the right side of the roster, but a combination of Brian Too and Dylan Edwards hit him hard.

The defense was excellent. A rooster set was seen advancing from their own line to the 10m line before forcibly kicking, the speed of the Panthers line was like this.

When the Panthers manage three sets of backs in the chokes line, they repeatedly retreat. As the crown of a huge tackling, Suali broke William Kikau in such a way that he rarely got hurt in his NRL career. Naturally, moments later the Fijians returned the money to the 18-year-old.

Isaah Yeo finally opened the game. The lock came with a now-characterized late footprint on the line, enough to make room for the striking Nat Butcher Scott Sorensen to streak. He fell on the ankle of a desperate James Tedesco but had a way of handing it over to Jerome Louis for the opening in the 30th minute.

Penrith’s attack was very fluid, and the Roosters had no answer despite having an excellent goal line. The original three – Yeo, Cleary and Louie – lined up for a short side game in which Louie was dummy, Luke Kiri fell behind him and Samoa International went into their second game in five minutes.

With Nathan Cleary retreating for the last second of the half-field goal, everyone is watching as Opi Koroisau comes out ahead of the dummy half. Even when you defend well against this Panthers team, you go down 18-0.

The Panthers may have frozen it at first. Brian Toe also broke to the left and kicked inside, but Dylan Edwards tried to bomb by begging the line.

They were almost punished: Daniel Tupu could get on the board of roosters, but a group of tacklers stopped him on his track. James Tedesco has also moved very close to debutant Tyrell since the break in May.

The pressure was mounting, and the game took place entirely in the Panthers half. However, it did nothing to stop the point. Stephen Crichton defeated Tupau in an aerial battle and went 95 meters to take a 24-0 lead.

The roosters maintained their attack and were eventually rewarded. Luke Kerry straightened the play and blew the line, flicking the pass to Tedesco early in the night for the tri-color.

The night will end in disgrace for the roosters. James Fisher-Harris was caught in the mouth for a soft attempt at the bottom of the dove post and on the way down to the hands of Weria-Hargreaves.

Roosters may have avoided the forward bin but decided to argue the point in obscene language with Gerard Sutton, who sent him to think about his language. It was a huge silly moment from someone old enough to know it better.

The result is an 8-point attempt, plus a man light of the final moment. They actually occupied a backyard – the Paul Momirevsky crossing in the garbage – but that would never be enough.

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