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Soward: Panthers, Storm on collision course; Sea Eagles red-hot – NRL.COM

The ‘big three’ teams continue to win while seven or eight teams are vying for the other top-eight spots.

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The “big three” continue to win while seven or eight teams are vying for the other top-eight spots.
The bottom group of teams appear to be in rebuild mode but even so, there were some positive signs for some in round six.
1. Penrith Panthers (Last week: 1)
You’ve got to win in different ways, it’s not always going to be pretty, and the Panthers continue to do so. In my eyes, Nathan Cleary is the best player in the competition at the moment and he came up clutch.
I feel the Panthers are again on…

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