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LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry has a look at Friday night's delayed game between Manly-Warringah and Penrith.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry dissects the Penrith Panthers v Melbourne Storm clash on Sunday afternoon.
THE Penrith Panthers have heavily defeated a hapless Raiders outfit 36-10 at Centrebet Stadium
THE Brisbane Broncos have continued their record of not conceding a point in the second half all season, when they tonight defeated the Penrith Panthers 18-10 in front of 25, 263 people at Suncorp Stadium
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry has a look at the battle of '67 - Penrith hosting Cronulla out west.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry has a look at Friday's Western Sydney derby between Parramatta and Penrith.
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.
WITH no blockbuster signings, a young roster and poor coaching 2010 was set to be the year where the Panthers were set to be cellar dwellers. But contrary to popular opinion, the team finally realized some of its potential.
SINCE their season is over, a handful of Raiders and Panthers players have been added to the four nations train on squad.
THE Sydney Roosters have booked a preliminary final date with the Titans next Friday, following a comfortable 34-12 win over an injury-hit Penrith Panthers tonight at the SFS
PAUL Mitry's exclusive preview of Saturday night's third qualifying final between Penrith and Canberra.
THE Raiders have name an unchanged line-up for the game against Penrith, with Trevor Thurling remaining as 18th man for the match, while Co-Captain Alan Tongue has been left out of the squad.
IT'S been all one way traffic at CUA Stadium as just under 11,000 fans watched Penrith destroy the Sharks 50-12 and secure a top two spot tonight