The Penrith Panthers have ended their three-game losing streak and added more woe to the Manly Sea Eagles with a 22-12 victory.
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The two teams were very even early on but the Panthers managed to get in front in the second half. Manly staged a late rally but it was not enough.
Josh Mansour broke the deadlock with the first try of the match.
Then Justin Horo put Manly in front with a four-pointer.
The Sea Eagles had the lead 8-6 at half-time but Penrith scored first after the break.
Waqa Blake then looked to have put the game out of Manly’s reach.
The Panthers kept coming and added another try.
Then Steve Matai crossed for Manly to give them a small sniff. But Penrith’s defence held in the final minutes and the victory was secured.