After two seasons playing in the John I Dent Cup, the Penrith Emus have been omitted for the 2024 competition.
The International Canoe Federation Vice President has toured Penrith Whitewater Stadium - with Olympic champion Jess Fox as his guide.
Penrith City Women’s Bowling Club have celebrated in style this week after they collected not one, but two Pennant flags to wrap up the season.
Penrith paddling champion Jessica Fox has taken out the Athlete of the Year title at the NSW Sports Awards for a fifth time.
Penrith will face a blockbuster opening month of NRL showdowns, highlighted by Brisbane's quest for Grand Final revenge at BlueBet Stadium in Round 3.
Penrith is set to begin its title defence against Melbourne as the NRL finalises the 2024 draw.
Jarome Luai faces a fork in the road, but is likely not listening to any of the outside noise. Troy Dodds has his say.
Before last week’s MyPlace jersey reveal, the last time anyone saw Daine Laurie in a Panthers jumper was on Grand Final Night 2021.
Olympic champion Jess Fox will make history as the first Australian canoe slalom athlete to compete at four Olympics, after her selection in the Australian Olympic Team for Paris today.
Penrith continue to remain confident of keeping star five-eighth Jarome Luai past next season.
Three-peat NRL Premiers Penrith have replaced delicious chocolate milk for a high-tech smart home system on the front of their jerseys and apparel for next season and beyond.
Shaolin Martial Arts Centre has taken on the world and won.
Former Penrith Mayor Tricia Hitchen has joined the Board of the Penrith Panthers.
A whopping 18 Western Sydney University students are currently in Jinjiang, China, competing in the 2023 FISU University Football World Cup.
Hundreds of swimmers of all ages will converge on the Sydney International Regatta Centre this Saturday morning for the 2023 Penrith Marine & Mercury Marathon and Open Water Series.
Some of the most famous trophies in world sport were hanging out in Kingswood recently.
The Wanderers are hoping to build on their Finals finish last year when they begin their new season on Sunday.
Newly re-signed Sydney Thunder wicketkeeper Tahlia Wilson would love nothing more than to celebrate her birthday with a big win over the Sydney Sixers this weekend.
Matilda Mobbs has declared she wants to be a Paralympian in two sports. And nothing is going to stop the 14-year-old local.
Dylan Edwards will make his Kangaroos debut after being named on the wing for Saturday night's clash against Samoa.