Stephen Crichton was already a well-known face in Penrith but after his scintillating match-winning intercept try in last year’s NRL Grand Final, he has...
The Penrith Rams will look to defend their 2020 AFL Sydney Platinum Division Premiership once again this season after the 2021 competition wasn’t able to be completed due to COVID.
Peter Lang takes a look at the incredible start to the season from Isaah Yeo.
NRL star in the making J’maine Hopgood is doing everything he can to impress his coaches and earn more game-time in the hopes of landing a new contract at Penrith.
Penrith go into this Round 4 clash against South Sydney in the best possible position as the only unbeaten team in the competition and with players now starting to return after an early season injury crisis.
New Panthers Opens team coach Moira Gaha has declared playing Finals Netball a real possibility after a strong pre-season.
News on the mega Cleary deal, plus where did we spot Mitch Kenny?
After an NRL debut, a Premiership and now 100 games of first grade footy, loveable Panthers star Viliame Kikau has admitted it will “hurt” to leave the club at the end of the year, as he embarks on the next chapter of his career.
As it stands now, the Panthers only have 15 players signed for next year, and of that 15 only seven are signed until 2024.
A dribbling ball, a swish of the net and shoes squeaking on the hardwood can only mean one thing… basketball is back!
Sporting history will be made this Sunday when two Penrith women’s cricket teams chase Premiership glory.
Peter Graham has been confirmed as the new Panthers Group Chairman, while a surprise change has also been announced in relation to the CEO role.
The Panthers are heading back to their home away from home.
Nathan Cleary is set to make a return from off-season shoulder surgery against Newcastle on Saturday after being named in Penrith's extended squad.
Greg Alexander is one of Penrith's best-known sporting exports.
There’s nothing better than a good old fashioned local derby, but this weekend’s is set to be even more special between the GWS Giants and Sydney Swans.
Panthers boss Brian Fletcher was back in the country on the weekend, visiting Coonamble for racing’s Country Championships.
It’s the rematch she’s been eyeing off for the past 18 months, and now Jordan Springs MMA fighter Arlene Blencowe is preparing to put it all on the line – perhaps for the final time – against one of the giants of the sport.
For a coach who is not very good at playing mind games or manipulating the media, Ivan Cleary does a bloody good impression of someone who is.
There’s a long way to go in this competition, but Penrith’s performance against Manly last Thursday night proved one important thing – there is no Premiership hangover present in Ivan Cleary’s squad.