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    Quote Originally Posted by Ausage View Post
    And a 40-0 drubbing at the hands of younger, stronger, faster, fitter and better looking brother (emphasis on better looking) this weekend isn't going to help either.
    After the three Origin matches, the Penrith v Parramatta match(es) is/are the match(es) I look forward to most every year these days. And I don't even actually follow either club. Honorary Panther for the day(s) though, obviously. Repeat of Round 4 please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    After the three Origin matches, the Penrith v Parramatta match(es) is/are the match(are) I look forward to most every year these days. And I don't even actually follow either club. Honorary Panther for the day(s) though, obviously. Repeat of Round 4 please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    Such a **** sentence.
    Haha yeah I thought that after I typed it tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    Such a **** sentence.
    Nah it was pure poetry.

    Penrith/Parra games are absolutely fantastic, particularly the games at Penrith. It's a great stadium when it's full, and there's a real feeling among the fans too.

    While 40-0 would be nice I'd be almost as happy with a try after the buzzer to heartbreakingly lock things up followed by a field goal in golden point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    Been away two years and not much has changed for the poor Eels, I feel for you Burgey.
    Yeah it's been crap. The changes at board level have done nothing for the club, it's just replaced one form of nepotism with another. They can't even attract former juniors back now when they're offering them a pay increase. Still, got to stick solid, even when they're ****.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ausage View Post
    And a 40-0 drubbing at the hands of younger, stronger, faster, fitter and better looking brother (emphasis on better looking) this weekend isn't going to help either.
    Zip it ****. Penrith one of the few clubs which approaches Parra for disfunctionality.

    Tipping a 0-0 draw ftr.
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    how funny was it to see that parra hasnt won away from home in 20 weeks or something and penriff only 2 from their last 11 at home 0-0 draw was predicted
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    0-0 is just so unlikely with those 2 teams, given their poor defensive abilities.

    I weirdly enjoy watching the western derby too, but the match of the round is definitely Dogs vs Storm in Mackay.

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    Mackay?

    That's in Queensland!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Mackay?

    That's in Queensland!
    Haha, it actually is tbh.

    Unless I was missing key sarcasm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Zip it ****. Penrith one of the few clubs which approaches Parra for disfunctionality.

    Tipping a 0-0 draw ftr.
    Actually reasonably happy with how were traveling. We're trash on the field this year, and I was devo to lose Flash, but we've actually got a coach who isn't afraid to make big calls and shake things up a bit, while our signings for next year have ranged from very good to awesome. We're promoting some gun youngsters (Mansour, Austin) and our 20s are shredding it. Gould was a risk and has lost it as a commentator but I think he's doing really well as an administrator.

    Rumor of the day is Travis Burns to Parra. Reckon it'd be a good move for both parties tbh.

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    Seijka is high quality in the long run they are better off with him, Austin @ 13 and Lewis in 12.

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    Panthers should be good next year provided that their halves gel. The young players will obviously be a bit more experienced and the signings of Dean Whare, Lewis Brown, Sika Manu and James Segeyaro are all good footballers who currently play in successful teams.

    EDIT - Just re read what Ausage wrote, so I could have just said AWTA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    Seijka is high quality in the long run they are better off with him, Austin @ 13 and Lewis in 12.
    Yeah Prince Harry has potential. Has a great pass, quick and isn't afraid to try things. He's not ready yet, still makes some very poor decisions but he's still young so plenty of time to learn. A Seijka/Walsh combination gives us 2 defensive liabilities in the front line though. Austin is a bit better in that regard, and will probably go down the same route as Graham (positionally) when he fills out a bit.

    Apparently Moylan (Windsor h/b) has been going very well and Taumata is pushing himself back into the frame. The level of competition across all positions is another thing that's improved massively under Cleary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ausage View Post
    Nah it was pure poetry.

    Penrith/Parra games are absolutely fantastic, particularly the games at Penrith. It's a great stadium when it's full, and there's a real feeling among the fans too.

    While 40-0 would be nice I'd be almost as happy with a try after the buzzer to heartbreakingly lock things up followed by a field goal in golden point.

    That really was a fantastic time to be alive.
    Taste it ****.

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