Little did we know that the brouhaha between the Penrith Panthers and the NRL would draw us in. However, the key role the fridge has played in creating a bonanza of publicity for the Panthers' new major sponsor, and a very disappointed NRL and Telstra, has unwittingly made us a partner in the biggest sporting white goods scandal since the infamous Westinghouse fiasco at Lords in 1981 (at the end of the day's play, the beer was found to be warm, thus unfairly favouring the locals). Whilst watching Penrith demolish competition favourites the Roosters, it was hard to believe the week would have such an uplifting ending, going to show, every shroud really does have a silver lining.
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