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They had a bye on the weekend, but the Wyong Roos still sit on top of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW ladder with a six point difference to the second-placed New Zealand Warriors.

The Warriors remain in second despite going down in a top of the table clash to the Penrith Panthers, who now sit in third, while Mounties are still in the top four even after their shock loss to Wentworthville on a weekend of upsets.

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