NRL Rd 5 - Eels v Panthers
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 12: Blake Ferguson and Ryan Matterson of the Eels celebrate Ryan Matterson scoring a try during the round five NRL match between the Parramatta Eels and the Penrith Panthers at Bankwest Stadium on June 12, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
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1. Off-season moves

Ins

Bryce Cartwright (Gold Coast Titans, 2021), Keegan Hipgrave (Gold Coast Titans, 2022), David Hollis (2021), Joey Lussick (Salford Red Devils, 2021), Michael Oldfield (Canberra Raiders, 2021), Tom Opacic (North Queensland Cowboys, 2021), Isaiah Papali'i (New Zealand Warriors, 2022), Nathaniel Roache (New Zealand Warriors, 2021)

Outs

Daniel Alvaro (St George Illawarra Dragons), Andrew Davey (Manly Sea Eagles), Rhys Davies (released), Kane Evans (New Zealand Warriors), Jai Field (Wigan Warriors), David Gower (retired), Watson Heleta (released), George Jennings (Melbourne Storm), Ethan Parry (released), Jaeman Salmon (Penrith Panthers), Kyle Schneider (released), Brad Takairangi (Hull Kingston Rovers), Peni Terepo (released), Stefano Utoikamanu (Wests Tigers)

Gold Coast Titans star Bryce Cartwright at training on Wednesday (Source: AAP)
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1 COMMENT

  1. I think we will struggle with the pace of the game.
    The powers that be have gone to far over the top to try to speed the game up. It’s not Union or AFL.
    We have big powerful forwards, awesome halves and a stellar backline but will struggle and finish 6th.
    Top 4 will be Bunnies, Roosters, Storm and Raiders with the surprise packet being the Titans in 5th.
    The Panthers and Cowboys will round out the top 8.
    The Broncos and Dragons will battle it out for the spoon.
    The GF will be Bunnies v Raiders with the Bunnies taking it out.

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