Wednesday, September 30, 2020


Laurie Fagan, Panther No. 4, passes away

Laurie Fagan, a member of Penrith's inaugural first grade team in 1967, has passed away.

Friday night lights: Panthers lock in Finals blockbuster against Roosters

The NRL has locked in a Friday night blockbuster between 2003 Grand Finalists Penrith and the Sydney Roosters at Panthers Stadium. The 2020 Finals will...

Rugby league rivalry: Five classic Panthers wins over the Roosters

We look back on five famous Panthers v Roosters games.

Masked Panther: May signs new Penrith deal

Tyrone May signs a new deal with the Panthers, plus Scott McRae still backing the boys from afar.

Panthers look to cap off regular season with 15th straight win

The Panthers will look to put away the Bulldogs this Saturday afternoon.

Arlene Blencowe locks in biggest fight of her MMA career

As she prepares for the biggest fight of her career, Jordan Springs MMA star Arlene Blencowe says she’s never felt physically and mentally better than she does now.

Panthers call in lawyers over nasty rumours

Penrith has moved to shut down a viscous rumour spreading on social media and through text messages, calling in lawyers to tackle the untrue allegations.

Rams outsiders but confident of good showing in season decider

The Penrith Rams will use their ‘underdog’ status in this weekend’s Grand Final as motivation, as they look to claim their second AFL Sydney premiership in three years.

Lang on League: Depth shows Penrith’s strength

The Panthers have amassed such depth in every position this season that they could easily field a very handy second 13 starting team.

Repaying the faith: Only good times ahead for Tyrone May

A year in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons has made newly re-signed Panthers utility Tyrone May appreciate life more.

NRL completes investigation into abuse directed at Penrith star Brent Naden

The National Rugby League has completed an investigation into allegations of abuse directed toward Penrith Panthers player Brent Naden.

It’s ours: Panthers claim NRL minor premiership for first time in 17 years

Penrith has claimed an historic third minor premiership after defeating North Queensland in Townsville.

Panthers skipper officially signs with Tigers

The Wests Tigers have officially announced the signing of Penrith captain James Tamou.

No decision on Panthers Stadium crowd for NRL Finals

A decision on whether Panthers Stadium can increase its capacity to 50% for week one of the NRL Finals will be made by the end of the month.

Masked Panther: Merv Cartwright Medal postponed

COVID-19 pandemic claims end-of-season presentation night.

Lang on League: Who will replace Barrett?

Peter Lang suggests two big names to potentially replace Trent Barrett.

Rams need to rediscover form ahead of Finals

Premiership-winning Penrith Rams coach Kevin Kirk isn’t too worried about his side’s form heading into this weekend’s AFL Sydney Platinum Division Finals.

Koroisau’s special tribute to women in his life ahead of Women in League Round

Women in League Round has always been an important fixture on the rugby league calendar, but this year the role of women in our game has been more vital than ever.

Panthers 80 minutes away from third minor premiership

Penrith travel to Townsville on Friday to take on North Queensland.

My Sydney 2000: Nathan Taylor reflects on Penrith’s role at Olympics

It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Sydney hosted the best Olympic Games ever.