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PANTHERS prop Adam Woolnough has today announced his retirement with a year to run on his contract.
AN emphatic second half has launched the Brisbane Broncos into the NRL top eight after a comprehensive 58-24 victory over the Panthers in front of 25,305 delirious fans at Suncorp Stadium this afternoon.
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 Penrith Panthers have effectively ended the semi-final aspirations of the Raiders with a 27-14 victory over the from the nations capital at CUA Stadium tonight. The Panthers outscored the visitors 4 tries to 3 in what was often a scrappy game.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have bounced back from last week's loss to defeat a depleted Penrith Panthers 36-12 at Homebush tonight.
THE Penrith Panthers have continued their push towards a semi-final berth with a thoroughly entertaining 38-34 victory at a near-capacity CUA Stadium this afternoon.
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 Penrith Panthers have broken a 10-all deadlock late in the second half to run out convincing 26-10 winners against the Wests Tigers at Leichhardt Oval.
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.
THE Penrith Panthers have destroyed a disappointing Sydney Roosters side with a strong 48-6 victory in front of 8,515 fans on a wet night at CUA Stadium.
A spirited comeback from 20-6 down wasn't enough to win the Cronulla Sharks a win in the fourth game of the NRL's Heritage Round, the final result going the way of the Penrith Panthers by 26-22 at CUA Stadium this evening in front of 11,750 fans.
THE Penrith Panthers have paid a high price for their 18-10 victory over a lacklustre Canberra Raiders side tonight, potentially losing strike centre and NSW hopeful Michael Jennings for an extended period with an ankle injury.
THE Penrith Panthers have made the Titans pay for a sloppy first half, downing the Gold Coast 34-20 in front of 9,760 fans at CUA Stadium in Monday Night Football action.
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.