Monday, April 12, 2021

Sport

Masked Panther: Brandy versus M4 in dash to footy

Brandy's coming, Gus isn't.

Panthers of 2021 hope to repeat feats of 30 years ago

No one in Friday's Panthers line-up was alive when the club won its first premiership back in 1991, but that won’t deter them from putting on a hell of a show for the men they are trying to emulate.

An old rivalry reignites as Panthers host Raiders in Friday night blockbuster

Penrith’s clash against Melbourne a fortnight ago may have been the side’s biggest test of the season so far, but this Friday night’s encounter with Canberra at Panthers Stadium promises to be a close second.

Lang on League: Penrith’s attack flying under Webster

Andrew Webster has improved Penrith's attack as the side mounts a premiership campaign.

Penrith secures Rowing Championships

The best rowers in the nation will be returning to Penrith in 2022 and 2024 for the Australian Rowing Championships.

In-form Leota says Raiders pose serious challenge

Leota scored his first try of the year last weekend.

Panthers continue unbeaten start to NRL season

Penrith remain unbeaten after beating Manly at Lottoland.

Opens netball team confident of brighter times ahead as new season begins

Improvement is the buzz word at Panthers Netball this year, with their Premier League Opens team determined to lift themselves from the bottom of the table.

Masked Panther: Why ’91 skipper could miss Grand Final reunion

Why Brandy may miss 30-year Grand Final celebration.

When it’s gone, it’s gone: Why making memories at Panthers Stadium is more important...

Change is inevitable, but we can still mourn what we're losing.

Lang on League: Capewell, Naden deserve new deals

Peter Lang thinks Brent Naden and Kurt Capewell deserve new deals at Penrith.

Brian To’o reveals the secret to his 2021 form

It may only be a handful of games but it’s quite clear that entertaining Panthers winger Brian To’o is in career-best form, and he’s got one very special person thank for it.

Panthers look to continue winning run against hapless Sea Eagles

The Panthers and Sea Eagles do battle at Brookvale.

Emus confident first win in seven years will come in 2021

Former Wests Tigers player Andrew Fiagatusa will captain the Penrith Emus this year as the Shute Shield battlers aim for their first victory since 2014.

Panthers beat Storm in heart-stopper to remain unbeaten

Grand Final re-match goes down to the wire.

Podcast: Sam Arnold’s inspiring story centred on sport

Sam Arnold has represented Australia across three sporting codes and this summer was a part of the Sydney Thunder WBBL|06 championship squad.

Masked Panther: Stadium naming rights deal sets new record

BlueBet deal a winner for Panthers.

Keeping it in the family: The father and son duo tearing up the cricket...

Local cricketers Glenn and David Willmington are living the ultimate father and son dream – and they hope it continues for a long time to come.

How Api Koroisau has shaped Mitch Kenny into a better footballer

Replacement hooker opens up about his past and future in a revealing interview.

Lang on League: Penrith’s strong depth on show

Depth not a worry for unbeaten Panthers.