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WHEN the phone rings during dinner on Wednesday night (Feb 18) it may not be just any telemarketer.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Michael Treacy looks at the Panthers 2008 NRL season.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have defeated the Penrith Panthers by 34-16 at CUA Stadium as Melbourne must defeat Souths by atleast 26 points to win the Minor Premiership.
THE future of Matthew Elliott is still undecided following speculation that the Penrith Panthers coach had been sacked.
THE New Zealand Warriors have farewelled Kiwi legend Ruben Wiki in style with a 42-20 victory over the Penrith Panthers at Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland in front of 15,214 appreciative fans.
THE Melbourne Storm have completed a clinical victory over the Penrith Panthers at CUA Stadium tonight, with 8,813 fans witnessing a 40-6 scoreline in favour of the away side.
THE Penrith Panthers have completed an amazing 98-point turnaround to defeat the hapless Canterbury Bulldogs 52-16 at CUA Stadium.
THE Canberra Raiders have delivered an embarrassing blow to the Panthers finals hopes with a 74-12 drubbing at Canberra Stadium this afternoon.
THE Manly Sea Eagles on the back of a thoroughly professional first half performance have comfortably defeated the Penrith Panthers 30-10 at a cold Brookvale Oval infront of a crowd of 7,862.
A 20 point haul from Michael Gordon and a Frank Pritchard try-scoring double have helped the Penrith Panthers to a 36-22 victory over a sloppy Gold Coast Titans outfit at Skilled Park this evening.
NEWCASTLE have caused somewhat of an upset victory tonight at the foot of the mountains, defeating Penrith 30-18 in front of a brave 10,239 people at CUA Stadium.
THE Parramatta Eels yo-yo season has continued with the Penrith Panthers trouncing the home side 22-16 to sneak into the top eight.
PENRITH and Brisbane have fought out a rare draw in a dour struggle at CUA Stadium tonight.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have overcome a 12-0 half time deficit to defeat a gallant Penrith Panthers 13-12 in a nail-biter in Homebush tonight.
AN inspiring 80 minute performance from skipper Craig Fitzgibbon has helped the Tri-Colours to a solid win over a gutsy Panthers outfit.