One of the season’s biggest blockbusters takes place at BlueBet Stadium on Friday night with the Penrith Panthers taking on the Parramatta Eels in a top four showdown.
A cloud hangs over Penrith's premiership chances as the club waits on a verdict on the shoulder injury suffered by Nathan Cleary in State of Origin.
We look back at the remarkable history of Penrith Park.
Netball NSW has postponed the 2021 HART Junior State Titles which were due to take place this weekend in Penrith.
All the latest news and gossip from Pantherland.
Star Wanderers forward Bruce Kamau and experienced defender Caitlin Cooper have been crowned the club’s Wanderers Medal Player of the Year winners.
A lump in his throat followed by tears down his face was how local motorsport legend Ron Hutchinson reacted when he was notified of his impending induction into the Australian Speedway Hall of Fame.
Peter Lang takes a look at the best Pacific Island players to wear a Penrith jumper.
Penrith return to the top of the ladder - for a day at least - with a big win over the Roosters.
Penrith set to be a big winner in the State Budget.
News on Stephen Crichton, Tyrone May, Viliame Kikau and more.
Panthers fans haven’t seen the last of Tyrone May in first grade – that’s according to his long-time friend and teammate Nathan Cleary.
It’s been several years in the making, but the Nepean Hockey Association will officially open their new state-of-the-art clubhouse and amenities building this Saturday morning.
Bargain buys and wild cards: Are Penrith in the market?
Friday night blockbuster looms as Panthers look to return to their winning ways.
Sarah Togatuki will represent New South Wales next Friday.
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.
Locals have a chance to tee off with some of the state’s best amputee golfers at the Nova Employment handicap corporate golf day.
One of Penrith’s most popular annual sporting events is officially back, 12 months after it was axed due to COVID-19.
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.