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The Bulldogs have posted a club record of ten consecutive wins as they overcame a determined Panthers outfit by 38-24.
An entertaining game saw the Bulldogs dispose of the Panthers in a professional manner.
Bulldogs and NSW forward Mark O'Meley was forced off the field in the first half with suspected broken jaw and is now in doubt for upcoming matches including Origin III.
The win takes the Bulldogs to outright leader on the NRL premiership table.
Penrith Football Stadium Referee: S Hampstead
Panthers 24 - Bulldogs 38 Panthers (Tries: Ward, Elford, Galuvao, Gower. Goals: Hicks 1/2, Young 3/3) Bulldogs (Tries: Norton 2, Sherwin 2, Hughes, Vagana, Reardon. Goals: El Masri 5/7)
Best players: 3 - B Sherwin (Bulldogs) 2 - B Anasta (Bulldogs) 1 - D Smith (Bulldogs)