- Panthers enforcers have mocked young gun Reece Walsh
- Video circulating on social media will anger Broncos fans
- Follows Walsh getting in verbal stoush with Penrith supporter
Panthers grand final stars James Fisher-Harris and Moses Leota have mocked Broncos young gun Reece Walsh as their wild celebrating shows no signs of slowing down.
It follows Walsh getting into a verbal stoush with a Penrith supporter in the lead-up to the decider on October 1 at Accor Stadium in Sydney.
The Brisbane fullback wasn’t happy after the young fan boldly declared Penrith prop Moses Leota was ‘going to take your head off.’
A fired-up Walsh responded by saying: ‘I’ll take your mums’ before he was quickly ushered away by a team official.
Clearly enjoying himself as his team bask in the glory of a NRL premiership three-peat, Kiwi international Fisher-Harris can be seen poking fun at the code’s poster boy in a clip circulating on social media.
Panthers grand final stars James Fisher-Harris (pictured) and Moses Leota have mocked Broncos young gun Reece Walsh as their celebrating shows no signs of slowing down
In the lead up to the NRL decider, Walsh wasn’t happy after a Panthers fan declared prop Moses Leota was ‘going to take your head off’
In the short video, Fisher-Harris says: ‘Your mum.’
Other Penrith players, who appear to be heavily intoxicated, are heard to say: ‘Whose mum? Whose mum?’
They also state: ‘Your dad’s mum.’
It also follows Fisher-Harris declaring ‘Parra are our sons. Right here, right now, that’s just a fact,’ the day after his team outclassed the Eels in the 2022 decider.
He went onto fire up the crowd by starting a ‘we hate Parra’ chant at Bluebet Stadium.
Fisher-Harris once again had the last laugh on Sunday, with halfback Nathan Cleary inspiring a comeback for the ages.
Trailing 24-8 with 20 minutes left, Ivan Cleary’s men looked dead and buried, but the genius no.7 had other ideas.
The playmaker produced a pinpoint 40-20 kick to wrestle back momentum and then set up tries for Leota and Stephen Crichton before scoring the match-winner himself in epic scenes.