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The Penrith Panthers have survived a Canterbury Bulldogs scare to take on the Wyong Roos in the 2017 Intrust Super Premiership NSW Grand Final.

Maika Sivo was incredibly involved all game, refusing to stay on his wing, but it was the Penrith forwards that set the platform for the afternoon, successfully getting over the top of a rampant Bulldogs outfit.

Panthers 16 (Sivo, Satini, Crichton, Rein tries)


Bulldogs 12 (Phillips, Martin tries: Martin 2 goals)

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