Another procession of offloads put the No.1 in the clear, before he found Walters on his inside to cross for a double.
The Warriors attempted to restrict the damage, a try to Marcelo Montoya giving coach Andrew Webster’s men hope going into the sheds.
But this was Brisbane’s night.
Another Walsh assist in the second half to put Cobbo down the sideline in the lead up to Jordan Riki’s try was dubious at best, clearly travelling forward, but his speed and sleight of hand again proved he was a young man who does not fear do-or-die football.
Following a try to Ezra Mam straight after Warriors centre Adam Pompey was sin-binned for a tackle off the ball, Walsh had one more trick to pull – another deft short ball giving Farnworth his double.
He earned an early rest with five minutes left in the contest, as he plots another spectacle to break the Broncos’ 17-year title drought.
Offload onslaught a blueprint to beat Panthers?
The clash was billed as a battle of the forward packs – in particular the match up between Haas and his Warriors counterpart Addin Fonua-Blake.
However, it was the Broncos pack as a collective who came in with a game plan: work their rivals around the middle by never dying wondering.
And it was a ploy which may well be in full force next week, as Brisbane contest the Panthers for their first premiership since 2006.
Three of the Broncos’ four first-half tries came on the back of several offloads – the half-time count 15 to New Zealand’s four.
It left Fonua-Blake and his fellow middle men constantly on the chase, with Brisbane’s starting trio of Haas (211m, three offloads, 31 tackles), Pat Carrigan (136m, four offloads, 27 tackles) and Thomas Flegler (153m, four offloads, 17 tackles) causing chaos from the opening whistle.
So dominant was their work, skipper and halfback Adam Reynolds was taken from the field with more than 15 minutes to go.
Penrith have continued to showcase few things pose a danger to them, however their round 26 loss to Parramatta painted a picture of how teams can outwork the two-time defending champions.
The Eels used second-phase play effectively to scatter the usually pristine and impenetrable Panthers’ defensive wall in a shock 32-18 win.
Based on the success the Broncos had on Saturday night, it looms as their game plan to at last end Penrith’s reign.
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