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Sport Panthers warm up for NRL finals with 42-0 win over Bulldogs

13:05  26 september  2020
13:05  26 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Penrith has tuned up for its best tilt at an NRL premiership since 2003 with a final-round mauling of Canterbury at the Olympic stadium in Homebush.

The Panthers made it 15 wins in a row, putting the finishing touches on a sublime regular season with a 42-0 victory over the Bulldogs.

Having secured the minor premiership in the penultimate round of the competition, the Panthers were presented with the JJ Giltinan Shield after full-time on Saturday.

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The clash was marred by a 15th-minute incident involving Bulldogs prop Luke Thompson, who was put on report for an alleged eye gouge on Penrith opposite James Tamou.

After a sleepy opening 30 minutes where they were lucky to be up 4-0 through Brian To'o, the Panthers turned on the attack to savage the opposition with a three-try burst in eight minutes before half-time.

A neat kick by Jarome Luai got the ball rolling for the Panthers as second rower Kurt Capewell muscled over to help make it 10-0 in the 31st minute.

[Panthers vs Bulldogs: Summary]

Classy five-eighth Luai was pulling the strings just five minutes later when he pierced two defenders before linking up with Brent Naden on the inside to make it 14-0.

And, after Naden turned provider with a banana kick for Capewell to get his double, the irresistible Panthers found themselves with the match in hand at 22-0 by half-time.

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The rot continued after the break as Naden scored his second and the Panthers also laid on tries to Tamou, Josh Mansour and Matt Burton.

They also kept their try line — and record as the competition's best defensive team — intact.

[Panthers vs Bulldogs: Stats]

It was a disappointing finale in a forgettable season for the Bulldogs, who the previous week had shown plenty of spirit in an upset win over finals-bound South Sydney.

That victory effectively helped them to avoid the wooden spoon, with the Bulldogs finishing on just three wins with Brisbane but maintaining a superior for and against.

[Panthers vs Bulldogs: Chalkboard]

The Panthers will play the fourth-placed team in week one of the finals.

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I didn’t think we’d make it all those months ago, but look at us – we’ve made it to the finals. Everyone’s fresh from their week off and we’ve got four genuine crackers to get this year’s finals series underway. It doesn’t get much better. It also doesn’t get much better than my ripping score of nine in the home-and-away season’s final round. By my calculation it’s the only perfect round anyone’s managed this season. That takes me up to 100 points and sees me claim the expert tipping title for 2020. You beauty.

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