Updated: Round 17 NRL team lists

All eight official team lists for Round 17 of the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership season.

Panthers v Rabbitohs - Fri 3 July, 7:45pm Pepper Stadium | BUY TICKETS

Panthers

1 Dallin Watene Zelezniak
4 Waqa Blake
11 Isaah Yeo
3 Dean Whare
5 David Simmons
6 Jamie Soward
7 Peter Wallace (c)
8 Reagan Campell-Gillard
9 Apisai Koroisau
10 Nigel Plum
23 Sika Manu
12 Bryce Cartwright
13 Elijah Taylor

Interchange
14 Lewis Brown
15 Jeremy Latimore
16 Sam McKendry
17 Tyrone Peachey

Coach: Ivan Cleary

Rabbitohs

1 Alex Johnston
2 Joel Reddy
3 Dylan Walker
4 Bryson Goodwin
5 Aaron Gray
6 Luke Keary
7 Adam Reynolds
8 George Burgess
9 Issac Luke
16 Dave Tyrrell
11 Glenn Stewart
12 John Sutton
13 Chris McQueen

Interchange
14 Ben Lowe
15 Chris Grevsmuhl
17 Thomas Burgess
18 Jason Clark

Coach: Michael Maguire
Final Team: Sika Manu will play on the wing in place of Josh Mansour. Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.
Final Team: David Tyrrel moves to starting prop, with Tim Grant out. Jason Clarke comes onto the bench in jersey 18. Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.


Dragons v Cowboys – Sat 4 July, 7:30pm WIN Stadium | BUY TICKETS

Dragons

21 Justin Hunt
2 Yaw Kiti Glymin
3 Euan Aitken
4 Peter Mata'utia
19 Charly Runciman
6 Gareth Widdop
7 Benji Marshall
8 Leeson Ah Mau
9 Mitch Rein
10 Ben Creagh
14 Nathan Green
12 Jacob Marketo
13 Mike Cooper

Interchange
15 George Rose 
18 Craig Garvey
22 Luke Page
23 Mark Ioane

Coach: Paul McGregor

Cowboys

1 Lachlan Coote
2 Matthew Wright
3 Justin O'Neill
4 Kane Linnett
5 Antonio Winterstein
6 Ray Thompson
7 Robert Lui
8 Ben Hannant
9 Jake Granville
16 Scott Bolton
11 Gavin Cooper
12 Ethan Lowe
13 Jason Taumalolo

Interchange
10 Sam Hoare
14 Rory Kostjasyn
15 John Asiata
18 Glenn Hall

Coach: Paul Green
Final team: Charly Runciman replaces Eto Nabuli (knee) on the wing, Justin Hunt debuts at fullback in place of the injured Jason Nightingale, Nathan Green replaces Will Matthews in the back row, and Craig Garvey, Luke Page and Mark Ioane start on the bench with Heath L'Estrange and Rory O'Brien dropping out. Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.
Final team: Scott Bolton starts ahead of Sam Hoare, with Pat Kaufusi and Ben Spina dropping off the extended bench. Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.


Sea Eagles v Sharks - Sun 5 July, 4.00pm, Brookvale Oval | BUY TICKETS

Sea Eagles

1 Brett Stewart
2 Jorge Taufua
19 Jamie Lyon
4 Steve Matai
5 Tom Trbojevic
6 Kieran Foran
7 Daly Cherry-Evans
8 Jake Trbojevic
9 Matt Ballin
17 Willie Mason
11 Feleti Mateo
12 Tom Symonds
13 Dunamis Lui

Interchange
10 Luke Burgess
15 Ligi Sao
20 Jayden Hodges
22 Josh Starling

Coach: Geoff Toovey

Sharks

1 Michael Gordon
2 Sosaia Feki
3 Gerard Beale
4 Ricky Leutele
5 Valentine Holmes
6 Jack Bird
7 Jeff Robson
8 Andrew Fifita
18 Pat Politoni
10 Matt Prior
11 Luke Lewis
12 Wade Graham
13 Chris Heighington

Interchange
14 Jayson Bukuya
15 Ben Barba
16 David Fifita
17 Sam Tagataese

Coach: Shane Flanagan
Final team: Jamie Lyon returns for the home side, replacing Peta Hiku. Willie Mason starts, with Luke Burgess dropping back to the bench. Jayden Hodges and Josh Starling also join the final interchange.Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.
Final team: Pat Politoni replaces the suspended Michael Ennis in an otherwise unchanged Sharks side.Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.


Wests Tigers v Eels - Mon 6 July, 7.00pm, ANZ Stadium | BUY TICKETS

Wests Tigers

1 James Tedesco
2 Kevin Naiqama
3 Delouise Hoeter
4 Nathan Milone
5 Pat Richards
6 Mitchell Moses
20 Josh Drinkwater
8 Sauaso Sue
9 Dene Halatau (c)
10 Keith Galloway
11 Kyle Lovett
12 Chris Lawrence
13 Martin Taupau

Interchange
14 Manaia Cherrington
15 Ava Seumanufagai
17 Brenden Santi
18 Jack Buchanan

Coach: Jason Taylor

Eels

1 Corey Norman
2 Semi Radradra
3 Ryan Morgan
4 Brad Takairangi
5 Bureta Faraimo
6 Luke Kelly
7 Chris Sandow
15 Darcy Lussick
19 Isaac De Gois
10 Tim Mannah (c)
11 Manu Ma'u
12 Tepai Moeroa
13 Anthony Watmough

Interchange
8 Junior Paulo
14 Pauli Pauli
16 Danny Wicks
17 David Gower

Coach: Brad Arthur
Final team: Luke Brooks is out, replaced by Josh Drinkwater at halfback. Jack Buchanan also replaces Matt Lodge on the bench. Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.
Final team: Isaac De Gois returns from injury to start at hooker, replacing Cody Nelson. Darcy Lussick starts at prop, Junior Paulo moves to the bench and Joseph Paulo drops off the extended interchange. Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.

QLD v NSW - Wed 8 July, 8:00pm, Suncorp Stadium | BUY TICKETS

Queensland

1 Greg Inglis
2 Darius Boyd
3 Will Chambers
4 Justin Hodges
5 Dane Gagai
6 Johnathan Thurston
7 Cooper Cronk
8 Matt Scott
9 Cameron Smith (c)
10 Nate Myles
11 Aidan Guerra
12 Sam Thaiday
13 Corey Parker

Interchange
14 Michael Morgan
15 Josh Papalii
16 Matt Gillett
17 Jacob Lillyman

Coach: Mal Meninga

New South Wales

1 Josh Dugan
2 Will Hopoate
3 Michael Jennings
4 Josh Morris
5 Brett Morris
6 Mitchell Pearce
7 Trent Hodkinson 
8 Aaron Woods
18 Michael Ennis
10 James Tamou
11 Beau Scott
12 Ryan Hoffman
13 Paul Gallen (c)

Interchange
14 Trent Merrin
15 Boyd Cordner
16 David Klemmer
17 Josh Jackson

Coach: Laurie Daley
Final team: Greg Inglis will play fullback for the injured Billy Slater, Will Chambers will play in the centres, Dane Gagai will make his debut on the wing. Cooper Cronk is back at halfback with Daly Chery-Evans dropped. Michael Morgan keeps the utility role on the bench, While Josh Papalii replaces the injured Josh McGuire. Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.
Final team: Just one change from Origin II, with Michael Ennis replacing Robbie Farah at hooker.  Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.