Panthers vow to turn it on against Sea Eagles in final

Do or die: Daly Cherry-Evans and Peter Wallace are presented to the media during the NRL Finals Series Launch at ANZ Stadium on September 4, 2017. Picture: AAP Image/Dean Lewins.
Do or die: Daly Cherry-Evans and Peter Wallace are presented to the media during the NRL Finals Series Launch at ANZ Stadium on September 4, 2017. Picture: AAP Image/Dean Lewins.

The Penrith Panthers have vowed to to turn around last week’s crushing 28-12 loss against Manly in Saturday’s do-or-die final at Allianz Stadium.

Prop Reagen Campbell-Gillard admitted to media on Tuesday the Panthers were “pretty poor” in the round 26 clash, but said the team would “turn it around” in the sudden death playoff. 

The Panthers will  have to do it without captain Matt Moylan, who has been granted time away from the game to deal with personal issues.

The match kicks off at 7.40pm on Saturday.