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The Penrith Panthers have defeated the Canterbury Bulldogs 46-4 in their Intrust Super Premiership NSW trial game at Belmore on Saturday.


Given the number of players called up to first grade this weekend, the Bulldogs’ ISP NSW side were unable to field their best team and forced to call upon several players from feeder club Cabramatta.


The visitors scored four first-half tries to lead 22-0 at the break, before crossing the line for another four second-half four-pointers to the Bulldogs’ one, which was scored by Malachi Morgan.


Penrith Panthers 46 defeated Canterbury Bulldogs 4 (Malachi Morgan try) at Belmore Sports Ground. 


For a full wrap of this match and all our other lower grades, visit on Monday.