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PANTHERS CEO of Rugby League, Michael Leary has today announced his retirement from the Panthers.
ALL the team lists for Round 12 across the day as they arrive! Full broadcast, officials and teams.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry previews the sole Saturday night clash in Round 11 when the Tigers host Penrith in Campbelltown.
ALL the team lists for Round 11 across the day as they arrive! Full broadcast, officials and teams.
THE Penrith Panthers have comprehensively outplayed a disappointing Brisbane Broncos outfit tonight winning 33-10 in front of a vocal home crowd.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry is tipping Brisbane to dominate Penrith on Friday night in the golden west. Do you agree?
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.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry dissects the Warriors Sunday afternoon match against Penrith at Mt Smart Stadium.
PANTHERS Chairman Don Feltis and Rugby League CEO Michael Leary have this morning informed Head Coach Matthew Elliott, the coaching staff and players that the Panthers Board has resolved to appoint a new coach for 2012 and beyond.
DESPITE Penrith's mountains of possession, fortress Brookvale proved exceedingly difficult to penetrate with sensational Manly defence ruling the night, where the home side Manly won 22-16 in front of 14,623 fans.
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