A Matt Moylan field goal has given the Penrith Panthers a one-point win over the Manly Sea Eagles.
Penrith came from back from 10-4 late to tie the game up and then edge ahead thanks to Moylan. In the first half it was all Manly but in the second the Panthers dominated proceedings.
Manly fullback Brett Stewart got the first try of the game and broke a club record.
But Penrith clawed their way back into the game, David Simmons crossing in the right corner.
Jamie Lyon went close for Manly but was held up.
It didn’t matter. In the next tackle Stewart got try number two for the night.
The Sea Eagles took a 10-4 lead into the break.
In the second half it remained a close affair. Penrith cut Manly’s lead to just two points with a great team try.
With eight minutes left Moylan slotted a penalty and the game was tied at 10-10.
Then on 74 minutes Moylan attempted a field goal and it was successful. Penrith had a precious lead.
Feliti Mateo tried a field goal of his own but missed. With less than a minute on the clock Daly Cherry-Evans had a shot but also failed.
Penrith escaped with the one-point win and Manly remain on the bottle of the NRL ladder.