Warriors lure Cleary across the ditch

Jett Cleary representing Penrith at a school holiday clinic earlier today. Photo: Melinda Jane.
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The New Zealand Warriors have signed Panthers teenager Jett Cleary on a three-year deal.

The younger brother of Penrith co-captain Nathan Cleary, the 19-year-old will depart the Panthers system at the end of the year.

“It’s an exciting time for us to be able to bring a player of Jett’s quality into our pathways system from next season,” said Warriors CEO Cameron George.

“The Cleary family has the strongest links with our club through Ivan’s time with us and it’s a special thrill to sign Jett and have the Cleary name back with us.

“We’re again truly grateful for the cooperation from Penrith and Ivan in helping to make this possible.”

Cleary played for the Panthers at Harold Matthews Cup level in 2021 and 2022 before going up to the SG Ball Cup last year and again this season.

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