There were epic brain snaps, dramatic finishes and plenty of upsets in a highly entertaining Round 10 of the NRL Telstra Premiership.
The key talking points to come from an entertaining clash as the Panthers accounted for the Warriors in blustery conditions in Christchurch.
Trailing 18-14 at the break, the Panthers have scored 16 unanswered points in the second half to overcome a spirited Warriors side at AMI Stadium.
The Panthers and Warriors have both confirmed their final 17 ahead of their Round 10 NRL Telstra Premiership clash at AMI Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
An unusually small number of Warriors players played across the Representative Round, meaning it was a good chance for the side to rest up ahead of Round 10.
With the Storm and Sea Eagles taking their 'home' games to Suncorp Stadium, we asked the game's biggest names where they enjoy traveling to.
Quirky Warriors prop Charlie Gubb has created an internet storm with a short video for Warriors TV in which he fires off his thoughts on random topics.
Warriors players Jonathan Wright and Matt Allwood are still able to maintain strong ties to Indigenous culture despite being far from home in Auckland.
For the second time this season, the Warriors play an away game without having to leave New Zealand, as the Panthers take their home game to Christchurch.
Warriors coach Andrew McFadden claims it's time to move on from the off-field dramas which have plagued the club, with players involved returning in Round 10.