Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Sport

Masked Panther: Tamou a Tiger?

Panthers captain James Tamou is said to be just days away from deciding his future

Re-match three months in the making

Finals footy comes early this Friday night when arch rivals Penrith and Parramatta meet at Panthers Stadium in a game that has been highly anticipated for several weeks.

Get yourself in a pickle with exciting new sport

There’s a new sport flourishing in Penrith that you’ve probably never heard of, but it’s starting to take off.

Following in the footsteps of legends

Penrith cricketer Kate Peterson is hoping to follow in the footsteps of her idols and represent Australia after she was selected as a Basil Sellers Scholar for 2020.

Lang on League: Securing young guns will come at a cost

Peter Lang says a number of young players are poised to re-sign with the club.

Membership pledge winner on deck for Panthers’ premiership run

Membership pledge winner shows off his $20,000 outdoor makeover.

Masked Panther: Saucy exit on the cards

Josh Mansour in line for shock Panthers exit.

Penrith’s first synthetic sports track to be built at Werrington’s Harold Corr Oval

Harold Corr Oval in Cambridge Park will be the home of the area’s first ever synthetic sports track when it’s opened for use late next year.

World Cup within reach for talented local softballers

Six hardworking members from the Penrith City Softball Association (PCSA) are one giant step closer to a World Cup berth after they were selected in the 2020 Australian U23 Men’s squad recently.

Life of Brian is a happy one

Brian To'o on his injury setbacks, positive outlook and Penrith's upcoming Finals campaign.

Lang on League: Only one choice for 2021 skipper

Peter Lang declares who should skipper the Panthers in 2021.

Panthers prepare for Finals tune-up against struggling Broncos

Penrith look for 12th straight win this weekend.

Panthers defy setbacks to have fingertips on first minor premiership since 2003

Penrith seem destined to secure their first minor premiership in 17 years despite playing just six games at Panthers Stadium this year.

Panthers a step closer to minor premiership after 30-6 thrashing of Wests Tigers

Penrith record an eleventh straight win, demolishing the Tigers 30-6.

Podcast: Perspective through adversity for Lisa Griffith

Lisa Griffith was introduced to cricket at the age of 5. Growing up in Bathurst, in central west NSW, sport occupied Lisa’s time, and...

Masked Panther: Crichton going nowhere

The latest from Pantherland with The Masked Panther.

Blore finds his feet with Emus

Penrith Emus flyhalf Dean Blore says he’s still getting used to the rules of rugby union after switching codes recently.

Two decisions that set Penrith on a path to premiership glory

The 2020 premiership is Penrith's to lose, says Troy Dodds.

Lang on League: West’s new rivalry grows

It's the new Battle of the West.

Fireworks expected as Panthers and Tigers write new chapter in growing rivalry

The big cats do battle again this Saturday night.