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Martin coy on possible return

Exciting Panthers five-eighth Te Maire Martin says he isn’t sure whether he’ll play first grade on Monday night when Penrith do battle against the...

Panthers must win three from five

The equation facing the Panthers is rather simple: win three of the remaining five games, and finals football beckons. On paper, the task seems quite...

The locals you’ll be cheering for in Rio

More than 400 Australian athletes are currently in Rio De Janeiro preparing themselves for the biggest competition of their lives – the 2016 Rio...

Goldrick heads to US to chase basketball dream

Daniel Goldrick may only be 16-years-old but that hasn’t stopped him from following his dream of one day playing in the NBA in America. The...

Panthers secure Merrin until end of 2020

Trent Merrin has extended his deal with Penrith by a further two seasons. The extension means the 26-year-old will remain with the Panthers until at...

Patience critical against unpredictable Warriors

Very few people who had seen Penrith’s performances against Cronulla and Parramatta could have anticipated the side’s first class effort against Brisbane at Suncorp...

Warriors game means something extra special to Fisher-Harris

Penrith Panthers backrower James Fisher-Harris says he can’t wait to play in front of his family and friends when he returns to New Zealand...

Pushing to the limit

Penrith athlete Nathan Pentecost is taking on the enormous challenge of pushing his wheelchair for 100km around the Sydney International Regatta Centre this Friday...

Wallace signs new deal with Panthers

Peter Wallace will finish his career with Penrith after signing a new two-year deal with the club today. The contract extension means the 30-year-old will...

Riding to Rio: Spratt confident of success

Six days before a major Olympic Games selection trial in March, Penrith-born cyclist Amanda Spratt was hit by a car during a training ride...

Women’s cricket on solid footing thanks to new funding

Female cricket in Penrith will receive a huge boost from Cricket Australia after the governing body announced a new $4 million investment to grow...

Grateful Akauola is relishing his opportunity at Penrith

Just a few short years ago, up and coming Kiwi forward Sitaleki Akauola almost gave up on his dream of playing first grade rugby...

Panthers face one of NRL’s toughest road trips

The Panthers looked like world beaters for the first 20 minutes of the second half against Parramatta last Sunday. After an atrocious first half, Penrith...

Fox on track for glory in Rio

Leonay paddler Jessica Fox has proved she’s the one to beat at next month’s Rio Olympic Games after an impressive double at the U23...

Wanderers sign Japanese attacker

The Western Sydney Wanderers have today announced the signing of Japanese attacker Jumpei Kusukami. With over 100 appearances in the J1 League, Kusukami began his...

Rams on the rise

The Penrith Rams are aiming for 10 straight wins this Saturday afternoon – a feat the local AFL club hasn’t achieved in decades. First grade...

Emma wrestles her way to the top

Emma Douglas grew up with her family in Penrith as a fun loving kid who enjoyed playing hockey at school and watching wrestling on...

Inexperience is proving Penrith’s downfall

It’s a frustrating time in Pantherland at the moment, with fans and Members quickly losing patience as season 2016 starts to slip away; left...

Greyhound ban continues to divide opinions

The fallout from NSW Premier Mike Baird's announcement that greyhound racing will be banned as of July 1, 2017, continues to rattle those with...

Peachey dropped for “disciplinary reasons”

Tyrone Peachey has become the latest big game Panthers player dropped to reserve grade by coach Anthony Griffin. Peachey played in the Intrust Super Premiership...