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Panthers to play Dragons in opening game

Penrith fans will have to wait until round three for the first home game of the 2017 NRL season, with the Panthers on the...

Soward: There’s more to life than football

On the back of Cooper Cronk’s huge decision this week to leave the Melbourne Storm at the end of the year and move to...

Panthers hit the road for opening encounter

For the first time in what seems like forever, the Penrith Panthers will be forced onto the road for their opening round encounter of...

Rising sports stars given financial boost

Young sporting stars were delighted to receive $500 each last week, to help them pursue their sporting goals. 11 young locals received a Local Sporting...

The Masked Panther – round three

Two games, two serious injuries. It seems Penrith can’t shake the injury curse that has struck the club for the last few seasons. After...

Wanderland is on the move

The Western Sydney Wanderers today announced that the Club will play out of ANZ Stadium and Spotless Stadium from the 2016/17 season. Following consultation with...

Wanderers to play EPL giants Arsenal

Arsenal Football Club and the New South Wales Government today announced a multi-year Tourism Partnership, which will culminate in Arsenal playing the Western Sydney...

New look Panthers look to take a bite out of Bulldogs

The ‘season so far’ for both Penrith and Canterbury reads strikingly similar, so it’s probably no surprise to see them sitting side by side...

Panthers prepare for Dog fight

On paper, the last five weeks tells a tale that heavily favours the Panthers’ chances against Canterbury and its brutal forward pack on Sunday...

Tough and determined: Sitaleki Akauola is quickly becoming a fan favourite

Panthers forward Sitaleki Akauola’s distinct running style – where it looks like he’s charging through a brick wall on every carry – has turned...

Paige has the world at her feet

St Clair netballer Paige Hadley will be hoping the entire Penrith community is behind her over the next two weeks as she and her...

Panthers stars surprise teen in hospital

It may be the NRL off-season but that hasn’t stopped two Penrith players from taking the time out to put a smile on a...

Next chapter of famous Derby

The Western Sydney Wanderers will be hoping to win their first Sydney Derby blockbuster since the 2013/14 A-League season when they take on arch...

Soward: Daley must walk away from Blues

The time has come for Laurie Daley to walk away from coaching the NSW Blues. After winning just one series from five attempts, I think...

Wallace shines as replacement hooker

Peter Wallace’s form at hooker will give Panthers coach Anthony Griffin a real headache when James Segeyaro returns from injury later this month. The former...

Panthers hope to break membership records

After reaching a record-breaking 20,086 members last season, the Penrith Panthers membership team are hoping next year’s 50th anniversary celebrations, combined with a favourable...

OzTag star has dreams of playing NRL

Glenmore Park teenager Keegan Woods hopes to one day put his OzTag skills to the test by living out his dream of playing in...

300 swimmers turn out for Open Water event

Over 300 swimmers from clubs all over NSW turned out in force last Saturday for the inaugural Nutrition Station Open Water Swim at Sydney International...

Panthers win Holden Cup Grand Final

Penrith have powered to their second Holden Cup premiership in three years, downing Manly 34-18 at ANZ Stadium this afternoon. The match was close until...

Panthers set to soar over Sea Eagles

It’s not often Penrith fans can feel this comfortable. Going into Sunday night’s game against Manly at Pepper Stadium, the result matters little when it...