Round 9 v Sharks MOTM

Vote for your Round 9 v Cronulla Man of the Match

Penrith Panthers 48 Tries Charlie Staines (3), James Fisher-Harris, Stephen Crichton, Matt Burton, Viliame Kikau, Matthew Eisenhuth
Goals Nathan Cleary (8/8)
Cronulla Sharks 0 Tries None.
Goals None.

Who are your votes for this weeks Man of the Match? (Please select 3 players)

  • Dylan Edwards
  • Charlie Staines
  • Stephen Crichton
  • Matt Burton
  • Brian To’o
  • Jerome Luai
  • Nathan Cleary
  • Moses Leota
  • Apisai Koroisau
  • James Fisher-Harris
  • Viliame Kikau
  • Kurt Capewell
  • Isaah Yeo
  • Tyrone May
  • Matthew Eisenhuth
  • Liam Martin
  • Scott Sorensen

0 voters

An idea of how we are as a team is that on the votes so far, 11 of the starters have polled votes. We are strong all across the park

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Also just so everybody knows, every vote counts as well.

The points that a payer gets is calculated as (Total Votes x Percentage Vote).

Example: A Player with 16% of the vote with 18 votes would get around 3 points.

Considering two years ago it was vote for Fish, then the 2 least worst players, this is some team turnaround to see 12 players so far secure votes.

Says a lot about what team players rather than groups of talented individuals we are.

And no prima donnas in this side to boot, as apprised to a few years back.

The spread of the votes every week is a demonstration of how well the Panthers are functioning as a team at the moment. Not like other teams that depend on the performance of two or three players.

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