August 17, 2022
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Turuva impresses for second start

Fiji Bati and Penrith Panthers flyer Sunia Turuva continues to impress getting his first second start this season.

Turuva links up with fellow Fijian, Viliame Kikau and Apisalome Koroisau in the run-on side against the South Sydney Rabbitohs tomorrow.

Coach Ivan Cleary has banked on Turuva to start again on the wing, sending in-form starter Taylan May who returns from injury to the bench.

Meanwhile, fellow Fijian Taane Milne will come in off the bench in jersey number 14 for the Rabbitohs.

The Rabbitohs host the Panthers at Accor Stadium at 9.50pm tomorrow.

Rabbitohs line-up: Latrell Mitchell, Alex Johnston, Isaiah Tass, Campbell Graham, Jaxson Paulo, Cody Walker, Lachlan Ilias, Tevita Tatola, Damien Cook, Daniel Suluka-Fifita, Keaon Koloamatangi, Jai Arrow, Cameron Murray Substitutions: Taane Milne, Mark Nicholls, Siliva Havili, Hame Sele, Blake Taafe, Dean Hawkins, Davvy Moale, Shaquai Mitchell, Izaac Thompson

Panthers line-up: Dylan Edwards, Sunia Turuva, Izack Tago, Stephen Crichton, Brian To’o, Jaeman Salmon, Sean O’Sullivan, Moses Leota, Apisai Koroisau, Matthew Eisenhuth, Viliame Kikau, Liam Martin, Isaah Yeo Substitutions: Mitch Kenny, Scott Sorensen, Spencer Leniu, Charles Staine, Robert Jennings, J’maine Hopgood, Taylan May, Chris Smith, Kurt Falls

By Noa Biudole


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