October 04, 2022
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Panthers continue dominance: Koroisau

Vodafone Fiji Bati Hooker Apisai Koroisau predicted the Penrith Panthers would continue dominating the NRL without him.
After thrashing Parramatta 28-12 to retain their NRL title, the Panthers are creating a dynasty that has no end in sight as they aim to become the first club to complete a premiership three-peat in 40 years.
"I can’t see it ending any time soon," Koroisau told the club.  
"They have won four grades this year so with the crop of kids coming through they are in really safe hands."
"They have got a great coach at the helm too and they have locked in some really great players so I think these guys are going to be sweet for a long time."
Koroisau and Fiji Bati second row forward Viliame Kikau are the only members of the team which blew the Eels off the Park on Sunday night who won't be returning to Penrith.
Koroisau, who will be joining the West Tigers and Kikau off to Bulldogs next season joins Fiji Bati for the Rugby League World Cup in England next month.
By Romeka Romena

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