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THE Penrith Panthers debut in the NSW Cup for 2014 having taken back control of their second tier team from feeder club, Windsor Wolves & will start the season with plenty of optimism albeit with the pressure of being installed as NSW Cup premiership favourites by betting agencies.
2014 is shaping as a pivotal year in Penrith Panthers history. Since 2011 there has been tremendous change at the foot of the mountains through Gus Gould’s well publicised and overly criticised “Five Year Plan”.
PENRITH Panthers is pleased to announce that Sportingbet has taken over the naming rights of their home ground, which from today will be known as Sportingbet Stadium.
THE iSelect Gold Coast Titans have granted centre Jamal Idris an immediate release from the final three years of his contract with the club on compassionate grounds, allowing him to return to Sydney to join the Penrith Panthers.
THE Panthers and Bathurst council have today penned a new deal to take professional rugby league to regional New South Wales
PENRITH have finished 2013 on a high with a 38-26 victory over the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval.
THE Penrith Panthers have today agreed to release Lachlan Coote from the final year of his contract so he can join the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys on a three-year deal.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have ended the finals hopes of the Penrith Panthers with a strong second half performance to defeat them 34-14 in front of 15,313 at ANZ Stadium.
PANTHERS are very disappointed with the inaccurate and misleading story in today
THE Panthers are delighted to announce Ivan Cleary has extended his contract with the club
A strong second-half display has helped the Penrith Panthers end the Brisbane Broncos' finals crusade at the foot of the mountains tonight, with 8,817 watching the hosts take out a 28-12 victory to stay in touch with the race for eighth.
THE Penrith Panthers have claimed a surprise scalp across the Tasman today after defeating the New Zealand Warriors 28-24 in front of 11,596 fans at Mt Smart Stadium.
WITH the finals just around the corner, the North Queensland Cowboys sent another warning to the rest of the competition they're not done with yet following a comprehensive 36-4 demolition of Penrith tonight.
THE Sydney Roosters registered their 50th win over the Penrith Panthers in the NRL after beating them 42 points to 6 in front of 11,879 fans at Centrebet Stadium.
THE NRL has today announced two changes to the Round 25 Telstra Premiership draw