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IT was never easy but the Penrith Panthers have continued their quest to avoid the wooden spoon by defeating the Sydney Roosters 28-16 at Centrebet Stadium this afternoon in front of 9,646 fans.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels have today confirmed forward Shane Shackleton has been granted an immediate release to join the Penrith Panthers.
THE Parramatta Eels have struck a one point, 19-18, victory over the Pink Panthers at a chilly McGrath Foundation Stadium in front of 15,275 fans.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels today paid tribute to one of its longest serving staff members in NRL assistant coach Matt Cameron, who departs the Club this week to take up a role with the Penrith Panthers.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have defeated the Penrith Panthers 30-28 in front of 11,648 fans at Dairy Farmers Stadium this evening.
THE Penrith Panthers have claimed golden point victory over the St. George Illawarra Dragons 13-12 in front of 10,367 at Centrebet Stadium.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles after a long trip around the grounds away from Brookvale Oval return home to put down the Penrith Panthers 30-0 in front of 14,255 fans
THE "Battle of the West" turned out to be a walkover and a night to forget for the Eels as the Penrith Panthers trounced them 39-6 in front of 13,788 fans at Parramatta Stadium
PANTHERS Group (Panthers) has congratulated Phil Gould and Di Langmack on their recent
A dream start for the South Sydney Rabbitohs saw them collect their first victory of the 2012 NRL season. They defeated the Penrith Panthers 40-24 at Centrebet Stadium in front of 13,876
THE Penrith Panthers have defended wonderfully against the Sydney Roosters to claim their first win under new head coach Ivan Cleary. A poor crowd of 12,746 witnessed the 18-0 victory at Allianz Stadium.
THE Panthers are certainly the flavour of the month out West and they will be looking to milk the good publicity they are receiving in order to cure the hungry thirsty desires of the team in 2012...
THE Newcastle Knights' Wayne Bennett era officially kicked off in Port Macquarie tonight when the Knights and Panthers fought out an entertaining 18-all draw in front of 6383 fans.
THE Penrith Panthers are pleased to announce the signing of a new major sponsor for the next three years.
AFTER a stellar 2010 season in which the Panthers finished the season in second place, there was some expectation that the Panthers would continue that momentum in 2011...