Penrith Panthers vs Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs: Five things we learned
The Penrith Panthers have run away with a 22-14 over the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Panthers Stadium, Penrith on Friday night.
It was a case of the result being reversed from round three this time as the Panthers exacted revenge over the Bulldogs.
James Maloney starred for the home side as he kicked his team to the win with three penalty goals and a controlled performance in the absence of Nathan Cleary and the late scratching of Peter Wallace before Dylan Edwards injured his shoulder during the game.
There were plenty of talking points after the game so let’s see what five things we learned.