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THE Panthers are delighted to announce that OAK has re-signed as the club's major sponsor for the next two years, in a deal that caps off a stellar 2014 season both on, and off the field.
THE Northern Pride have claimed the Inaugural NRL State Championship with a hard fought 32-28 victory over the Penrith Panthers at a hot ANZ Stadium.
THE Panthers would like to address reports the club has agreed to a contract with former Newcastle Knights player Russell Packer.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have booked themselves a place in the 2014 NRL Grand Final against the South Sydney Rabbitohs as they eliminated the Penrith Panthers, 18-12 at ANZ Stadium, in front of 46,168 fans.
THE NRL said today it has fined the Penrith Panthers $20,000 for a breach of the concussion rules.
THE Penrith Panthers have advanced through the Preliminary Finals with a remarkable, 19-18, victory over the Sydney Roosters at Allianz Stadium.
THE Panthers are excited to announce that Matt Moylan and Bryce Cartwright have extended their contracts with the club for two and three years, respectively.
TITANS confirm the signings of young back-rowers Matt Robinson from Penrith and Lachlan Burr from Canterbury
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have pulled off a remarkable feat and all but secured the 2014 NRL Minor Premiership with a come from behind victory, 26-25 over the Penrith Panthers at Brookvale Oval.
PANTHERS would like to make the following statement in relation to an article that appeared in the Daily Telegraph earlier this week.
MELBOURNE have kept their hopes of a top four finish alive after a professional 24-10 victory over the Penrith Panthers, in front of 8,994 fans at Penrith tonight.
PANTHERS are delighted to announce that prop Sam McKendry has extended his contract with the club for a further three years.
JAMIE Soward has recorded his 100th NRL victory as the Penrith Panthers left WIN Stadium in Wollongong with 16-4 win over the St. George Illawarra Dragons.
THE Penrith Panthers have defeated the Canterbury Bulldogs in front of 11,832 people at ANZ Stadium by 22-16 in a scrappy affair. The win allows the Panthers to consolidate their position in the top four.
A crowd of 8,824 has watched Cronulla upset the Penrith Panthers 18-16 at Carrington Park in Bathurst on a sunny Saturday afternoon.