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THE Sydney Roosters have continued their impressive recent form with a comfortable 28-12 win over the Penrith Panthers at CUA Stadium tonight.
PENRITH prop Adam Woolnough could return within 10 weeks despite earlier fears a knee injury suffered against the Wests Tigers was set to end his NRL season.
THE Penrith Panthers have run out convincing winners over the Wests Tigers in the latest instalment on Monday Night Football with a 30-8 victory in Campbelltown.
FORMER NSW winger Luke Lewis has promised to "play his heart out" in his final season with Penrith after signing a four-year deal to join South Sydney.
SOUTH Sydney skipper Roy Asotasi has suffered a heavy head knock late in the first half of the Rabbitohs clash with Penrith at CUA Stadium.
THE Penrith Panthers have managed to hang on to score a much needed victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs today.
PENRITH'S Jarrod Sammut says the Panthers' cold start to the NRL season has left him scared to chance his arm for fear of pushing the club deeper into the mire.
PENRITH coach Matt Elliott didn't have to go far in search of an explanation for his side's dismal 20-16 NRL loss to a gutsy Canberra at CUA Stadium.
A small but vocal crowd turned out at CUA Stadium to see the home side go down to the Raiders by 20-16, in what turned out to be a determined effort by the Canberra side.
CANBERRA has beaten Penrith 20-16 at CUA Stadium on Saturday night but their performance won't have NRL heavyweights shaking in their boots.
THE Brisbane Broncos have today run roughshod over a weak and ill-disciplined Penrith side, victorious by 48-12 at Suncorp Stadium.
PENRITH and New Zealand hard man Frank Pritchard says his new club captain Petero Civoniceva is among the toughest men he has met.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM guest writer Michael Treacy previews season 2008 for the Penrith Panthers...
PENRITH'S Luke Lewis says he could be back in action as early as round two, with the former winger desperate to win the Panthers' battle for the halves.
PARRAMATTA Eels head coach Michael Hagan has heaped praise on his young team despite a 30 points to 28 loss to Penrith in their NRL trial at Albury