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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...

Destiny awaits young Panthers

The Penrith Panthers will be hoping to secure their second premiership in three years when they tackle the Manly Sea Eagles this Sunday afternoon...

Penrith celebrates Golf Month this October

To celebrate National Golf Month, the Penrith CBD will come alive with free mini golf and fun activities for the whole family. On Friday, October...

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...

Panthers through to Holden Cup Grand Final

The Penrith Panthers will be represented on NRL Grand Final day after the club’s Holden Cup team qualified for the season decider in the...

Grade cricket returns this weekend

After missing out on the finals last season by the smallest of margins, Penrith Cricket Club first grade coach Steve Small is confident his...

Fox creates history

Jessica Fox has proven her dominance by taking out her third successive C1W world title overnight. Fox is the first woman in either the K1 or C1...

Ciraldo wins Holden Cup Coach of the Year

Penrith Panthers U20’s coach Cameron Ciraldo has praised his young team and coaching staff after he was named Holden Cup Coach of the Year. Despite...

Gould: Panthers going nowhere

Panthers boss Phil Gould has confirmed that the club will play the vast majority of its home games in Penrith for the foreseeable future,...

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...

Panthers boss quits to join Tigers

Penrith Panthers Head of Rugby League Justin Pascoe has dramatically resigned to take up the top job at the embattled Wests Tigers. The Panthers were...

Age is no barrier for double medal winner Gabi

Cambridge Park resident Gabi Watts has proven age is no barrier when it comes to sport, winning both gold and bronze at the World...

Forgotten Panther calls it quits

He hasn’t played in the NRL since 2013 but Penrith’s longest serving player will officially hang up the boots this weekend after 128 first...

Ramettes want to bring it home

Penrith Ramettes assistant coach Jennifer Brown is confident her side has what it takes to go all the way in this year's AFL Sydney...

From best friends to history makers

EXCLUSIVE: Two best friends from Penrith are about to take their sporting careers to the next level after they were selected to be part...

Last home game to celebrate Penrith’s history

Penrith’s Bicentenary and the City’s long association with rugby league will be celebrated at the Panthers' final home game of the season next month. Penrith...

Panthers looking to avoid wooden spoon

The Penrith Panthers go on the road for the final time in 2015 on Monday night when they travel to the nation’s capital to...

Kite to hand back Clive Churchill Medal

Recently retired Penrith Panthers prop Brent Kite will auction off his 2008 Clive Churchill Medal in December to raise money for charity. The 34-year-old officially...

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,...

Jess Gilarte crowned Cheerleader of the Year

Penrith Panthers cheerleader Jessica Gilarte has won the coveted Big League Cheerleader of the Year award. Ms Gilarte said she was "beyond excited" at the...