Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Sport

Masked Panther: Roycie’s big catch in the NT

Not all Penrith fans were well behaved at Leichhardt Oval last Friday night but for anyone (including leading journalists) to suggest Tigers supporters didn’t cross the line is preposterous.

Golf Day a chance to learn about new range of job opportunities

Locals have a chance to tee off with some of the state’s best amputee golfers at the Nova Employment handicap corporate golf day.

Western Sydney Marathon returns to Penrith

One of Penrith’s most popular annual sporting events is officially back, 12 months after it was axed due to COVID-19.

Lang on League: Blockbusters highlight second half of Penrith’s NRL campaign

There are three dates the Penrith coaching staff and players will be looking forward to over the second half of the NRL competition. July 2, July 31 and August 29.

Crichton says patched-up team will be better against Sharks

Star centre says side has trained hard all week to address issues.

Panthers look to bounce back from first loss of the season

The Panthers face the Sharks for the second time htis season.

Betting agency pays out on Panthers Premiership

The NRL Grand Final is not until October, but Sportsbet has seen enough and has paid out early on a Penrith Panthers Premiership.

Masked Panther: Baby Panther on the way

News on Brent Naden, Isaah Yeo, Liam Martin and more.

Lang on League: My mid-season Panthers report card

Peter Lang rates the first half of the NRL season.

Baby Panthers given responsibility to keep winning run alive

The Penrith Panthers head to Leichhardt Oval on Friday night and face perhaps their biggest challenge of the season so far, lining up without a host of big-name players thanks to Origin duty and suspension.

Penrith Cricket Club Head Coach Michael Wholohan calls it quits

A 40-year association with the Penrith Cricket Club is officially over, with club legend and head coach Michael Wholohan calling it quits.

Cleary, Luai to take club combination to rep level after being named NSW halves

Six Penrith players have been named in the New South Wales squad for the first game of the State of Origin series.

Panthers make more history with 30-4 thrashing of Canterbury

Penrith have become just the third team in history to start a season with 12 straight wins, thumping bottom-placed Canterbury 30-4 at BlueBet Stadium.

Panthers say they won’t take Bulldogs lightly despite lopsided match-up

Paul Momirovski says the Panthers aren't getting too far ahead of themselves.

Report: Penrith Emus facing extinction again

The Penrith Emus could again be facing expulsion from the Shute Shield competition after an explosive document revealed plans for club rugby to essentially give up on Sydney's west.

Masked Panther: Capewell set to stay at Penrith

All the latest news and gossip from Pantherland.

Confirmed: New TV deal for A-League, W-League

The A-League will end its long association with Fox Sports at the conclusion of this season, with a new TV deal struck with Channel 10 and soon-to-be-launched streaming service Paramount+.

Lang on League: My Blues team for Origin I

Peter Lang names his Origin I team for the series opener - and there's plenty of familiar faces.

To’o tries to ignore Origin hype

When the NSW State of Origin team gets announced on Sunday evening, one player who won’t be standing by his phone, waiting for a call, is popular Panthers winger Brian To’o.

Another Penrith basketballer eyes NBA dream

Penrith Basketball has already produced one NBA player in Josh Green, but could they have a second in the next few years? Akoldah Gak likes to think so.