Corey Harawira-Naera and James Fisher-Harris will use the traditional rugby league greeting of former teammates - and try to take each other's heads off. But there was a time at the Penrith Panthers when they were as thick as thieves. To the point where Harawira-Naera translated for his fellow Kiwi. And where they used to shovel horse shit together on a farm at Mulgoa. They traveled across the Ditch to join the Panthers as juniors about six years ago, but now they'll go head to head when the Canberra Raiders take on ladder-leading Penrith on Saturday night.