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Aquis Titans coach Neil Henry has lauded Penrith’s back three to be as good as any in the game ahead of the club’s crucial Round 25 showdown at Cbus Super Stadium.

Gold Coast is acutely aware of the threat posed by Panthers trio Matt Moylan, Josh Mansour and Dallin Watene-Zelezniak as they prepare for the seventh (Penrith)-versus-eighth (Gold Coast) clash at Robina.

“Their back three is as good as any in the game right now,” Henry said.

“Moylan’s ability to play first receiver is a big plus. He can play as a half which is a bit of an indication where their attack’s going.”

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