As it stands we are just six games, or 480 minutes, away from the curtain coming down on Panthers Stadium as we know it.
Penrith coach Ivan Cleary has named Kurt Falls to make his NRL debut in the halves for Friday night's clash with Canterbury.
After a disappointing State of Origin period last season, Premiership-winning halfback and co-captain Nathan Cleary has backed his side to keep the good times rolling when he and up to a dozen of his teammates are on NSW Blues duty from next week.
If there’s one thing this couch coach thought Premiership-winning coach Ivan Cleary got wrong last year, it was the handling of the team during the 2021 State of Origin series.
Penrith City Councillors have shared their feedback for the future Penrith Stadium, with some backing the idea of choosing an alternate site for the redeveloped venue.
After 50 days on the sideline rehabbing a serious knee injury, everyone’s favourite Panther, Brian To’o, was back to his brilliant best last Friday night – that’s despite his side losing their first game on home soil since July 2019.
Losing is such an unfamiliar feeling at the foot of the Mountains that Penrith fans probably took last week’s defeat at the hands of Parramatta a little too much to heart.
With the Penrith Panthers set to unleash an NRLW team in the coming years, Cambridge Park Cranebrook Junior Rugby League Club is doing its bit in growing the female game in the local area.
NRL weighs in on Eels trainer issue.