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ON behalf of the Board of Directors of Panthers Group, Rugby League General Manager Phil Gould takes great pleasure in announcing the appointment of Ivan Cleary as Head Coach of the Penrith Panthers for the next three seasons.
IN a scrappy game at Skilled Park, the Penrith Panthers got up to defeat the Titans 23-10 in front of the 12,262 Gold Coast crowd tonight.
ALL the team lists for Round 12 across the day as they arrive! Full broadcast, officials and teams.
ALL the team lists for Round 11 across the day as they arrive! Full broadcast, officials and teams.
PHIL will work closely with Michael Leary, Shannon Donato, Jason Wrigley, Jim Jones and the management team and will have direct involvement in all aspects of rugby league and in particular the coaching and team support operation.
RETURNING to some form the New Zealand Warriors collecting their 4th win of the season and their second straight at their home base at Mt. Smart Stadium. To defeat the Penrith Panthers 26 points to 18 in front of 11,412 fans.
THE Newcastle Knights have dismantled an mistake prone and penalty riddled Penrith Panthers 42-8 in very hot conditions at CUA Stadium.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry takes us through Penrith's opener against the Newcastle Knights.
2011 is a year where the Panthers once again go in with the labels of pretenders. If the Panthers are to prove that last season was not a fluke, then Matthew Elliott and his mountain men must step up and deliver again.
PANTHERS prop Adam Woolnough has today announced his retirement with a year to run on his contract.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have all-but guaranteed themselves the minor premiership after a 25 to 6 victory over the Penrith Panthers in front of 19,987 tonight at CUA Stadium.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels will field the same 17 that downed the Brisbane Broncos when they head west to take on Penrith this Sunday at CUA Stadium.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have piled on 20 points in the final 20 minutes to post a comprehensive 38-10 win over the Penrith Panthers tonight.
A ton of dropped ball from the Penrith Panthers helped the Brisbane Broncos who were good enough to capitalise and defeat the mountain men 38-18 in front of 14,322 fans at CUA Stadium tonight.
A Cameron Smith penalty goal has proved the difference as Melbourne ground out a tough 16 to 14 victory over a determined Penrith Panthers outfit at Olympic Park tonight.