The Penrith Panthers have qualified for the 2022 Jersey Flegg Grand Final win a five-point win over the Sydney Roosters.

They’ll now face the Newcastle Knights next weekend, a rematch of the the sides Finals Week 1 fixture, in which the Knights won 22-16.

Penrith last won the Jersey Flegg in 2007, while the Knights last premiership came all the way back in 1992.

The two sides met in the 2006 decider, with Penrith winning 22-20 on that day.

Penrith Panthers 27 (Daeon Amituanai, Liam Ison, Cody Lawson, Sunita Lotoaniu tries; Niwhai Puru 5 goals; Isaiya Katoa field goal) def. Sydney Roosters 22 (Ethan King, Riley Meyn, Corey Ross, Vaiala Tamati tries; Vaiala Tamati 3 goals) at Leichhardt Oval. Referee: K Irons. Half time: Penrith 18-6.

Grand Final
Sunday, September 25
Newcastle v Penrith – CommBank Stadium, 1pm

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