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Nigel is well known for being one of the hardest hitters in the NRL, and since joining the Panthers in 2011 he has cemented himself as one of the game’s best.
“It’s great to be staying on at Penrith. The team is working really well together now, we’ve had some good wins this year, and hopefully we can keep improving and finish the season off strong”
“Penrith is my home. The local community and the fans have always been really good to me, and I want to thank them for being so supportive” said Plum.
Young second-rower Adam Docker’s new deal will see him remain with the Panthers through to the end of the 2015 season.
Adam joined the club in 2011 as part of our NSW Cup squad and since then has excelled on and off the field to cement his spot in the first grade side.
“I’m so grateful to be staying at the Panthers. It was the first club to give me the opportunity to play first grade, and I’ve really enjoyed my time here so far. The guys are all great and the team is working really well together. Hopefully I’ll have many more years here” said Docker.