Panthers out to dodge World Club Challenge 'hangover'

By Jasper Bruce
Updated February 13 2024 - 3:49am, first published 3:33am
Penrith are using last year's World Club Challenge loss as motivation to start 2024 on a high. (Mark Evans/AAP PHOTOS)
Penrith are using last year's World Club Challenge loss as motivation to start 2024 on a high. (Mark Evans/AAP PHOTOS)

Nathan Cleary admits last year's World Club Challenge loss left Penrith with a hangover that impacted their start to the NRL season, but the premiers are out to right the wrongs in 2024.

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