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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...

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...

Half in waiting ready to take his chance

Te Maire Martin has only been a member of the Penrith Panthers for a little under two weeks, but already he likes what he...

From easybeats to Giant killers

This weekend’s final round of the AFL regular season is shaping up to be an absolute beauty with the GWS Giants in line to...

All about timing and patience for Latimore

A few weeks ago Panthers prop Jeremy Latimore was running around in reserve grade, struggling to get a start in Anthony Griffin’s first grade...

Panthers must have pride in the jumper

How quickly a single, solitary month can change things. Four weeks ago the Panthers were on top of the world after defeating South Sydney 20-6...

Royle treatment after Aaron’s third straight win

Rio-bound triathlete Aaron Royle could very well have the famous Nepean Triathlon named after him in future years after he won his third straight...

Youth flies the flag for Panthers

Penrith may have walked away with their first Holden Cup minor premiership last weekend but Panthers coach Cameron Ciraldo admits the job is only...

Masked Panther – March 3

It was no surprise to see coach Anthony Griffin select Jamie Soward (pictured) and Peter Wallace in the halves for the opening game of...

Cricket puts safety first

Junior cricket in Penrith has been given a welcome boost thanks to an initiative from McDonald’s Garton Group and Cricket NSW. The program aims to...

Official: Panthers sign James Tamou

Penrith has confirmed one of the worst kept secrets in rugby league, announcing tonight that they've signed Cowboys prop James Tamou on a four...

Blencowe fights for respect

2016 wasn’t the year St Marys-based MMA cage fighter Arlene Blencowe had hoped for, but after all the trials and tribulations it could very...

Exclusive: Walker returns to where it all began

Australia’s first National Hockey League (NHL) draft pick Nathan Walker paid a surprise visit to Penrith Ice Palace last week, giving back to the...

Trial? There’s no such thing

If there’s one thing every Panthers fan knows, it’s that when it comes to matches against arch rivals and western Sydney neighbours Parramatta, there’s...

Feel-good story that will have you cheering for Stanton Albert

EXCLUSIVE: A lot has changed in the life of 19-year-old Stanton Albert over the past 12 months. Not only did he pack his bags and move...

Young sporting stars given a helping hand

Young sporting stars from the Penrith area have been presented with Local Sporting Champions grants worth $500. The grants were handed out to nine youngsters...

Panthers hope to make feathers fly

The Penrith Panthers finally make their debut at Pepper Stadium on Saturday night as they prepare to settle in for a run that will...

Blake’s ready to prove his doubters wrong

Exciting Penrith Panthers centre Waqa Blake almost quit the game after enduring a tough early few weeks of pre-season. With new coach Anthony Griffin working...

Payne, Panthers to part ways

The Western Weekender can reveal that Penrith Panthers CEO Corey Payne is set to part ways with the club. The shock development comes just four...

Penrith win thrilling Limited Overs decider at Howell Oval

It couldn't have been any closer. Penrith has recorded a miracle last ball victory over Hawkesbury to claim Grand Final glory in the NSW Premier...

Double joy for softballers

The Penrith City Softball Association (PCSA) have once again asserted their dominance at State-level by winning the NSW U15 State Softball Championships for both...

Shake-up confirmed at Panthers with Brian Fletcher appointed new CEO

New Panthers CEO Brian Fletcher is determined to ensure the organisation is debt free, focused on football and most importantly, stable. Mr Fletcher has stepped...

Panthers will give Broncos a real shake

For about 24 hours after Penrith’s loss to the Bulldogs in heartbreaking fashion last Thursday night, I questioned why I even follow the game...

Leota’s looking forward to playing with idol

Late last year when rookie Panthers forward Moses Leota was putting together his player profile for the club’s official website, he listed Origin star...

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...
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Fox on track after double silver in France

Leonay’s Jessica Fox picked up two sliver medals in the final ICF World Cup in Pau, France last weekend. The 21-year-old finished second in both...

Penrith takes centre court

Penrith’s Woodriff Gardens Tennis Centre will host some of the country’s largest and most important tennis events this month. Beginning this weekend (November 12-14), Nepean...

Georgallis returns to coach Panthers

Steve Georgallis will return to the Penrith Panthers next season with confirmation that he will coach the club's NSW Cup team. 47-year-old Georgallis briefly coached...

Wallace remains in frame for Origin return

Penrith hooker Peter Wallace admits he'd love another crack at the Origin arena but says his focus is purely on club football. The 31-year-old is...

Emus begin Shute Shield campaign this weekend

After five months of pre-season training, it all begins this Saturday afternoon for Penrith Emus coach Jeremy Paul and his new-look side. Since joining the...

Patience critical against unpredictable Warriors

Very few people who had seen Penrith’s performances against Cronulla and Parramatta could have anticipated the side’s first class effort against Brisbane at Suncorp...

Penrith woman Andrea Forest finishes on the podium at IRONMAN 70.3

Wollongong’s David Mainwaring claimed his first IRONMAN 70.3 triathlon title while Melbourne-based Annabel Luxford stopped Switzerland’s Caroline Steffen’s winning streak at five in an...

Wanderers secure Argentinian midfielder

The Western Sydney Wanderers have today announced the loan signing of Argentinian midfielder Nicolás Martinez from Olympiacos in Greece. Joining the Wanderers as a marquee...

20 year wait worth the prize

People say good things come to those who wait, and the Penrith Golf Club have waited a very long time – 20 years in...

The wonderful world of Waqa

Penrith Panthers centre Waqa Blake has praised senior teammates Peter Wallace and Trent Merrin for helping him become a better, more professional player. After debuting...

Being Jamal: Life, love and the NRL

On the football field, the 115kg hulking frame of Jamal Idris gives the impression of an unbreakable, fierce and dominant character. The real Jamal Idris,...

Your A to Z Guide to the NRL Finals

A is for Allianz Stadium. It’s 64 kilometres away but this Sunday, the mighty Panthers are calling it home. B is for the Bunker. I...

It's no fluke: Giants may just be the real deal

The GWS Giants continue to soar up the AFL Premiership ladder following their biggest win in club history last weekend against Carlton. Friendless just 12...

RBB says it won’t accept police restrictions

The Western Sydney Wanderers will begin their A-League campaign in less than a fortnight with the club, its supporters and police on a major...

Netball World Cup 100 days away

With 100 days to go until the Netball World Cup 2015, Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres has encouraged fans to get behind the sport. “The...