The Masked Panther has all the latest bits and pieces from Pantherland.
And right on cue, it begins. Nathan Cleary is a protected species. Penrith fans are arrogant. Ref’s fault. The boys are enjoying themselves too much.
When you’ve had the perfect start to the season it’s nice to have a look at the form of the players that helped get you to the top of the mountain. To make it more fun let’s put the team under the microscope in three categories of three.
Penrith will be chasing their eighth SG Ball title since 1977 this Saturday when they battle the Sydney Roosters at CommBank Stadium in Parramatta.
It’s a popular sporting phrase, one which I’m sure every league supporter has heard at least once.
Rugby league is so often a game of momentum, and different teams handle it differently.
The Masked Panther has news and gossip from all over Pantherland.
Penrith’s long-term future is in very safe hands, with star halfback Nathan Cleary and head coach Ivan Cleary committing to the defending Premiers until the end of 2027.
Royce Simmons is a legend, simple as that.
Penrith face an under-strength Brisbane this Friday night.
Penrith will tomorrow announce they've secured father-and-son duo Ivan and Nathan Cleary on long-term deals that keep them at the foot of the Mountains.
The Masked Panther has the latest gossip and news from Pantherland.
Sometimes you just know. You know when you see a player who is a little bit special. They run harder, run faster and always give that little extra effort for their team mates.
According to the bookies, you couldn’t find a more lopsided contest this weekend than Sunday night’s clash between Penrith and Canterbury at CommBank Stadium.
In his first interview as Chairman, Peter Graham opens up about footy, health and the future of Panthers Group.