Our own Rick Edgerton is in to wrap Game II of #Origin and looks ahead to the decider in a fortnight...
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It happened a few times in the last decade, but last season Penrith had one of those years where so much was promised, however not much was eventually delivered. At times during the season Penrith looked like they could even be challenging for the top four, but they added some horrid performances in the final few rounds to lose everything they had worked so hard for.
The depth of the Panthers really has been tested, but it's good to know that the young talent is still coming. The form of new signing Luke Walsh was also something to gaze at. The club might finally have an answer in the halves, something that has really been missing since the departure of Craig Gower. The backline will still have their stars in Michael Jennings and Michael Gordon, whilst the form of Trent Waterhouse, club captain Petero Civoniceva and Frank Pritchard will give the