Penrith looks for a turnaround against Parramatta

PENRITH has turned to a pair of talented rookies to try to spark a turnaround in tonight's match against Parramatta at Centrebet Stadium.

With just one win from its first six matches, coach Ivan Cleary has named Matt Moylan to make his debut at fullback, while Travis Robinson will play his first game of the season on the wing.

Robinson, 25, is the twin brother of Canberra star Reece Robinson.

While Travis played just two games for the Panthers last season, he represented Lebanon in the 2009 World Cup.

The pair come in for the injured Wes Naiqama (knee) and Josh Mansour (ankle).


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