Gold Coast 14 Penrith 36
Panthers forward Adam Docker is crunched by the Titans defence. Photo: Getty Images
After shedding 25 players in two years, Penrith lead the NRL halfway through the 2014 season – but insist their attack is still not up to scratch.
The Panthers edged ahead of Canterbury at the head of the table with a 36-14 pasting of Gold Coast at CBUS Super Stadium, scoring three tries in the final 15 minutes.
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