Panthers go back-to-back with grand final mauling of Eels | 9 News Australia

Panthers go back-to-back with grand final mauling of eels | 9 news australia

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The plaudits continued to rain down on Dylan Edwards as the once-unheralded Panthers fullback spearheaded Penrith to a 28-12 victory over Parramatta in the NRL grand final on Sunday night.

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