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September 27 2021: Cleary cleared. Dally M D-Day.
Penrith have received a massive boost with Nathan Cleary being cleared by the match review committee, meaning he will take his place for the Panthers in the grand final against South Sydney. The NRL’s best player will be named tonight when the Dally M medal is presented.
September 24. Hasler confirms Manly duo will play. Titans refuse to release Fogarty to Raiders.
Friday, September 24, 2021. Manly coach Des Hasler has confirmed Brad Parker and Sean Keppie will be fit to face the Rabbitohs on Friday night. Canberra's hunt for a new halfback will continue after Titans officials told the Raiders that co-captain Jamal Fogarty would not be granted an early release to move to the nation's capital.
September 23 2021: Madge clears the air. Good news for Panthers.
Michael Maguire says his belief has never wavered that he can turn the Wests Tigers into a force after the board backed him to remain as coach. Penrith's injured trio Brian To'o, Viliame Kikau and Tyrone May are on track to play in the preliminary final clash against Melbourne after all trained with the team.
September 21 2021: Panthers in trainer trouble. To’o looking good
NRL head of football Graham Annesley has confirmed Penrith could face sanctions over their trainer's involvement in stopping play late in their win over Parramatta. First par of first item. NSW winger Brian To'o is expected to be available for selection for the Panthers when the the preliminary finals team are announced today.
September 20 2021: Foxx on the run. Panthers watch stars.
Josh Addo-Carr has confirmed he will be right to return from his hamstring injury for Saturday's preliminary final on Saturday against the Panthers. The Panthers will monitor Viliame Kikau and Mitch Kenny in the lead-up to their clash with Melbourne after both suffered ankle injuries against the Eels.
September 17 2021: Robbo settles on rake. Sea Eagles sweet
Roosters coach Trent Robinson has confirmed Ben Marschke will replace suspended hooker Sam Verrills in the semi-final against the Sea Eagles on Friday night. Lachlan Croker has been cleared to play for Manly after overcoming a back injury.