Panthers trio train; Storm welcome back Addo-Carr
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Penrith are hopeful that Viliame Kikau, Brian To'o and Tyrone May will all be fit for Saturday's preliminary final against Melbourne after the trio trained on Tuesday.
Winger To'o, who missed last week's win over Parramatta with an ankle issue, has been named as a reserve for the clash in Brisbane.

Kikau (leg laceration and ankle sprain) didn't take part in a pool session on Monday but the second-rower was on the field for their most recent tune-up, according to five-eighth Jarome Luai.

May, who hasn't played since round 25 due to a knee injury, has been named on the bench in a swap with utility Mitch Kenny (ankle).

"Everyone trained today," Luai said.

"Kiks is still sooking about his cut a bit. He'll be sweet this weekend. The boys have been pumped, we'll be sweet.

"[To'o] is looking good. He was training today as well with us, so big ups for us as well. Hopefully, he gets through these next couple of tests throughout the week and he's sweet to play."

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