Snapshot of Penrith's NRL prelim win

Snapshot of Penrith's NRL preliminary final defeat of South Sydney at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night.

DYLAN EDWARDS of the Panthers.
DYLAN EDWARDS of the Panthers. Picture: Ian Hitchcock/Getty Images

SNAPSHOT OF THE SECOND NRL PRELIMINARY FINAL

* Result: Penrith 20 defeated South Sydney 16

* Key moment: With Souths clawing back and the score at 14-12, Penrith's Isaah Yeo stepped his way through the line and put Dylan Edwards over with 13 minutes to go for a crucial try.

* Key stat: Rabbitohs' hooker Damien Cook ran just five metres out of dummy-half, his worst return of the season.

* Injuries/Reports: Apisai Koroisau battled a shoulder injury but returned to the field. It is likely just a stinger for the Panthers hooker. James Fisher-Harris was placed on report for a high tackle while Zane Tetevano and Isaah Yeo could also earn the ire of the judiciary for a similar shot. Bailey Sironen hurt his knee for South Sydney, while Corey Allan battled a cork in his leg.

* What's next? Penrith play Melbourne in next Sunday's NRL grand final while South Sydney's season is over.