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Competition - Intrust Super Premiership Round - Round 09 Teams - Penrith Panthers v Mounties - 30th of April 2016 Venue - Carrington Park, Bathurst, NSW, Photographer - Paul Barkley

Results | Intrust Super Premiership NSW Rd 9

Mounties 30 (J Kennedy 2, E Aiono, K Ottio, G Buttriss tries; M Kennedy 5 goals) def Penrith 18 (C Harawira-Naera, M Watene-Zelezniak, J Hall tries; Hall 3 goals)

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Wests Tigers 36 (O Katwhin 2, T Cassel 2, C Peni, M Cherrington, J Williams tries; J Drinkwater 3, Cassel goals) def North Sydney 18 (M Oldfield 2, P Rogers tries; E Levido 3 goals)

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Newtown 22 (J Drew, M Evans, J Gagan, K Capewell tries; F Brown, K Capewell 2 goals) def Wentworthville 10 (B Faraimo, H Tuha tries; C King goal)

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Wyong 28 (C Centrone, D Reardon, P Afu, C Watson, B Elliott tries; T Cornish 4 goals) def Newcastle 6 (B Stone try; B Donovan goal)

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NZ Warriors 42 (H Wells 2, M Vatuvei 2, T Aoake 2, A Vete, A Hingano tries; M Lino 5 goals) def Canterbury-Bankstown 12 (B Abbey, R To’omaga tries; C Garvey 2 goals).

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Manly-Warringah 42 (B Parker 2, B Fritz 2, N Hynes 2, D Kelly, P Schuster, J Tuitahi tries; H Pratt 2, N Hynes goals) def Illawarra 12 (K Brennan, L Dodd tries; S Nona 2 goals)

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