August 14, 2021
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Panthers secure place in top 4

Fiji Bati winger Mikaele Ravalawa scored a try in St George Illawarra Dragons' 34-16 loss to Viliame Kikau's Penrith Panthers in Round 22 of the NRL on Friday.

Ravalawa scored in the 20th minute while Kikau was sin-binned in the 75th minute but the Panthers managed get their much needed win which secures the spot in the last four.

In another match played last night, the Sydney Roosters managed to escape with a 21-20 win over the Broncos.

Three matches will be played today where theTitans will face the Rabbitohs at 5pm,  the West Tigers will come up against the Cowboys at 7.30pm and Parramatta Eels will battle against the Manly Sea Eagles at 9.35pm.

By Romeka Romena  

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