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The Penrith Panthers are an Australian rugby league football team reigning from Penrith, New South Wales. The Panthers compete in the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership, the top rugby league football competition in Australasia. The Panthers were admitted to the New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL) competition in 1967, predecessor of the ARL (Australian Rugby League) and the current NRL competition.

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Channel Nine's Phil Gould says Penrith Panthers didn't handle the pressure against Cronulla Sharks - Wide World of Sports

The Cronulla Sharks travelled to Pepper Stadium Penrith yesterday afternoon and handed out a 28-2 defeat to the Panthers.

The scoreline would suggest the visitors dished out something of a thumping to the home side.

I don’t know so much. Don’t get me wrong, the Cronulla Sharks were far too good on the day. I just don’t think the Panthers were too far away from making a real game of this one.

The same thing happened to them in Melbourne a few weeks ago. It’s no coincidence the two teams that have beaten Panthers in almost identical manner and scorelines in recent times, the Sharks, and the Storm, were last year’s Grand Finalists. These are battle-hardened teams with great experience in big matches.

At this stage, the Panthers just don’t have the necessary experience or tools to get maximum reward for their efforts. They have excellent periods of play, but don’t seem to be able to...


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Penrith Panthers NRL form statistics, Matt Moylan, Trent Merrin, James Tamou - Fox Sports

PENRITH was going to win the competition this year. They had to.

They had a host of the NRL’s best young players. They showed so much promise in 2016 when playing a couple of finals games. And, of course, the bookmakers said they would.

And the Panthers may yet win the title. We’re not saying it can’t be done.

But a 2-5 start to the season certainly wasn’t in the blueprint.

Anthony Griffin’s men are wallowing in 13th place on the NRL ladder and they’ve been thrashed by last year’s champions Cronulla to the tune of 26 points.

The possibility of missing the top eight altogether has been floated, which would certainly be seen as a monstrous underachievement from inside and outside the club.

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Phil Gould wants Penrith Panthers to be debt free in three years ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

WHEN Gould started in 2011 the club was $112m in debt and on the verge of closing their doors.

“The club was in such a state we shouldn’t have been in professional football,” Gould said.

“When I came it was a much bigger job than just the football. We got a new board, new management and we’re extremely proud of where we stand at the moment.

“We wanted to be a source of inspiration and aspiration for the people of western Sydney.

“If it’s not as big and strong and as recognisable as the Broncos are in Brisbane, what are we in it for.

“Memberships, crowds are and sponsorship is up. All corporate areas at the stadium are sold out.”

WHEN BUZZ MET GUS

GUS EXLAINS HIS ISSUE WITH THE NRL

Gus shows Buzz a glimpse of where he wants the Panthers to go. Photo: Brett Costello

Gus borrowed $10 million from his great mate James Packer and refinanced when the club nearly folded.

The Panthers are...


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Frustrated Rein's Panthers future cloudy - dailytelegraph.com.au

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MITCH Rein faces an uncertain future at Penrith despite having signed a two-year contract at the foot of the mountains.

Rein joined the Panthers from St George Illawarra during the off-season with high hopes of reinvigorating his career.

However, he is yet to make his NRL debut for Penrith and has found himself languishing in the NSW Cup ranks.

Mitch Rein has yet to start an NRL game for the Panthers. Picture: Jenny Evans

This is largely due to the presence of NSW Origin hopeful Peter Wallace, who has made the starting hooker position at the Panthers his own in recent seasons.

It’s understood Rein is frustrated, as he feels he still has plenty to offer at the highest level.

Mitch Rein (ball) has been stuck behind Peter Wallace. Picture: Melvyn Knipe

The ex-Dragon was...


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Penrith Panthers ink bumper, decade-long extension with Bathurst council - Central Western Daily

The Penrith Panthers will be playing in Bathurst until almost 2030 under a new agreement announced on Thursday.

CARRINGTON REPLAY: The Penrith Panthers will meet the Canberra Raiders at Carrington Park on Saturday, June 10 in a replay of last year's NRL clash. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK

CARRINGTON REPLAY: The Penrith Panthers will meet the Canberra Raiders at Carrington Park on Saturday, June 10 in a replay of last year's NRL clash. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK

THE Penrith Panthers will be playing in Bathurst until almost 2030 under a new agreement announced on Thursday.

Bathurst Regional Council and the Penrith Panthers have extended their partnership – in which a Panthers National Rugby League game is played once a year in Bathurst – until 2028.

Bathurst mayor Graeme Hanger said the deal is great news for the city and the supporters of the game.

“The ongoing relationship with Panthers follows the success of the original agreement which has been in place for four years,” he said.

“We have built a successful relationship with the Panthers over the course of...


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Highlights: Corey Norman leads Parramatta Eels past Penrith Panthers - Newshub

A Corey Norman masterclass for Parramatta has condemned Penrith to their fourth- straight defeat as the Panthers' woeful start to the NRL season continued.          

Norman scored two tries and set up the other in the Eels' 18-12 win at ANZ Stadium, as Penrith fell from pre-season equal favouritism to two-and-six from the opening eight rounds.         

While Norman starred for the Eels, the Panthers' halves floundered as Bryce Cartwright returned at five-eighth for the injured Te Maire Martin.             

Cartwright struggled to make an impact in his first game since round two, in his comeback game from an ankle injury.   

He let the opening kick off go over the dead-ball line, forcing the Panthers in to a drop out from their own goal line.

Minutes later he fumbled a Brad Takairangi grubber in goal and failed to ground it, allowing Norman to score his first.    

Cartwright also...


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Monday Bunker: Was it right to boo Woods? - dailytelegraph.com.au

AARON Woods responded in the best way possible after fans booed the Leichhardt junior before kick-off against the Bulldogs.

Tigers fans, who are understandably upset about losing three of their biggest stars, aimed their frustrations at Woods by booing him at ANZ Stadium on the weekend.

To his credit, the Blues forward took the jeers in his stride, and led from the front as he inspired his side to an unlikely victory.

But were fans right to boo him?

“I don’t get how you can go to the game and boo anyone, even the opposition players. I would never do it and could never understand anyone who would do it,” said Monday Bunker host Paul Crawley.

The Bunker crew also discussed Penrith’s slow start to the season.

The Wests Tigers bounced back, Jarryd Hayne returned but the Panthers struggled.

After lighting up season 2016, the men from the foot of the mountain have bitterly...


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Monday Bunker: Panthers woes, Jarryd Hayne's Origin hopes - NEWS.com.au

Paul Crawley is joined by The Daily Telegraph's Fatima Kdouh, Matt Logue and Buzz Rothfield plus The Courier-Mail's Travis Meyn to dissect round 8 of the NRL

The Wests Tigers bounced back, Jarryd Hayne returned but the Panthers struggled.

AARON Woods responded in the best way possible after fans booed the Leichhardt junior before kick-off against the Bulldogs.

Tigers fans, who are understandably upset about losing three of their biggest stars, aimed their frustrations at Woods by booing him at ANZ Stadium on the weekend.

To his credit, the Blues forward took the jeers in his stride, and led from the front as he inspired his side to an unlikely victory.

But were fans right to boo him?

“I don’t get how you can go to the game and boo anyone, even the opposition players. I would never do it and could never understand anyone who would do it,” said Monday Bunker host...


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Read more: Monday Bunker: Panthers woes, Jarryd Hayne's Origin hopes - NEWS.com.au

Tarsha Gale Cup: Panthers maul Eels 44-12 - The Roar

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A clinical display from start to finish has seen the Penrith Panthers keep their Tarsha Gale Cup dream alive, thumping the Parramatta Eels by 44-12 at UOW Jubilee Oval.

The ladies from the foot of the mountains controlled the tempo of the game to perfection, building on a 24-8 advantage at half-time to move into the
preliminary finals of the inaugural competition.

Cassie Ormsby scored four tries, while teammate Emily Perring contributed three, an amazing feat in a 36-minute match.

Outside of the try-scorers, Ashlee Harrison was a standout for the Panthers, leading from the front and playing a hand in a number of her team’s attacking raids.

Parramatta had some moments of individual brilliance, but in the end, it was their mistakes and ball handling that let them down on the day.

After both teams failed to complete their opening sets with possession, Penrith...


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Penrith Panthers 2017: Viliame Kikau re-signed on two-year deal ... - Fox Sports

THE Panthers have continued their incredible re-signing spree, this time locking up promising young front-rower Viliame Kikau despite the uncertainty around the salary cap.

Kikau has re-signed on a two-year deal, just over a month after making his NRL debut.

The 22-year-old was brought to Penrith in 2015 after establishing himself as one of the biggest stars of the under 20s competition in a dominant Cowboys Holden Cup team.

He was unable to force his way into first grade in 2016 but after scoring a sensational try on debut against the Wests Tigers in round two he has gone onto play four NRL games.

The contract extension means the 22-year-old Fijian international will remain with the Panthers until at least the end of the 2019 season.


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Penrith Panthers' Corey Harawira-Naera enjoying ride with James Fisher-Harris - The Sydney Morning Herald

It wasn't that they didn't understand the language, but no one at Penrith had much of an idea what a couple of kids from the top of New Zealand's North Island were saying when they arrived at the Panthers.

Coming from a couple of towns where a general store and petrol station were pretty much it, Corey Harawira-Naera and James Fisher-Harris weren't used to people from outside their villages of a couple of hundred people. And they were surprised by how their accents would be received.

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Gus's plan to set Panthers free - dailytelegraph.com.au

WHEN Gould started in 2011 the club was $112m in debt and on the verge of closing their doors.

“The club was in such a state we shouldn’t have been in professional football,” Gould said.

“When I came it was a much bigger job than just the football. We got a new board, new management and we’re extremely proud of where we stand at the moment.

“We wanted to be a source of inspiration and aspiration for the people of western Sydney.

“If it’s not as big and strong and as recognisable as the Broncos are in Brisbane, what are we in it for.

“Memberships, crowds are and sponsorship is up. All corporate areas at the stadium are sold out.”

WHEN BUZZ MET GUS

GUS EXLAINS HIS ISSUE WITH THE NRL

Gus shows Buzz a glimpse of where he wants the Panthers to go. Photo: Brett Costello

Gus borrowed $10 million from his great mate James Packer and refinanced when the club nearly folded.

The Panthers are...


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Channel Nine's Phil Gould says Penrith Panthers didn't handle the pressure against Cronulla Sharks - Wide World of Sports

The Cronulla Sharks travelled to Pepper Stadium Penrith yesterday afternoon and handed out a 28-2 defeat to the Panthers.

The scoreline would suggest the visitors dished out something of a thumping to the home side.

I don’t know so much. Don’t get me wrong, the Cronulla Sharks were far too good on the day. I just don’t think the Panthers were too far away from making a real game of this one.

The same thing happened to them in Melbourne a few weeks ago. It’s no coincidence the two teams that have beaten Panthers in almost identical manner and scorelines in recent times, the Sharks, and the Storm, were last year’s Grand Finalists. These are battle-hardened teams with great experience in big matches.

At this stage, the Panthers just don’t have the necessary experience or tools to get maximum reward for their efforts. They have excellent periods of play, but don’t seem to be able to...


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Phil Gould slams Penrith Panthers v Parramatta Eels scheduling 'stuff up' - The Sydney Morning Herald

Penrith supremo Phil Gould has unloaded on the NRL over its scheduling of the traditional clash with local rivals Parramatta, declaring: "They've got no respect for the west whatsoever."

The Panthers-Eels clash is one of the biggest events for both clubs, although the fixture will be staged just once in 2017. The blue and golds will host the mountain men at ANZ Stadium at 3pm on Saturday, but Penrith will have to wait until next year to stage the local derby at Pepper Stadium.

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Mitch Rein's Penrith Panthers future uncertain after failing to crack NRL squad - dailytelegraph.com.au

MITCH Rein faces an uncertain future at Penrith despite having signed a two-year contract at the foot of the mountains.

Rein joined the Panthers from St George Illawarra during the off-season with high hopes of reinvigorating his career.

However, he is yet to make his NRL debut for Penrith and has found himself languishing in the NSW Cup ranks.

Mitch Rein has yet to start an NRL game for the Panthers. Picture: Jenny Evans

This is largely due to the presence of NSW Origin hopeful Peter Wallace, who has made the starting hooker position at the Panthers his own in recent seasons.

It’s understood Rein is frustrated, as he feels he still has plenty to offer at the highest level.

Mitch Rein (ball) has been stuck behind Peter Wallace. Picture: Melvyn Knipe

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Penrith Panthers ink bumper, decade-long extension with Bathurst council - Central Western Daily

The Penrith Panthers will be playing in Bathurst until almost 2030 under a new agreement announced on Thursday.

CARRINGTON REPLAY: The Penrith Panthers will meet the Canberra Raiders at Carrington Park on Saturday, June 10 in a replay of last year's NRL clash. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK

CARRINGTON REPLAY: The Penrith Panthers will meet the Canberra Raiders at Carrington Park on Saturday, June 10 in a replay of last year's NRL clash. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK

THE Penrith Panthers will be playing in Bathurst until almost 2030 under a new agreement announced on Thursday.

Bathurst Regional Council and the Penrith Panthers have extended their partnership – in which a Panthers National Rugby League game is played once a year in Bathurst – until 2028.

Bathurst mayor Graeme Hanger said the deal is great news for the city and the supporters of the game.

“The ongoing relationship with Panthers follows the success of the original agreement which has been in place for four years,” he said.

“We have built a successful relationship with the Panthers over the course of...


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Highlights: Corey Norman leads Parramatta Eels past Penrith Panthers - Newshub

A Corey Norman masterclass for Parramatta has condemned Penrith to their fourth- straight defeat as the Panthers' woeful start to the NRL season continued.          

Norman scored two tries and set up the other in the Eels' 18-12 win at ANZ Stadium, as Penrith fell from pre-season equal favouritism to two-and-six from the opening eight rounds.         

While Norman starred for the Eels, the Panthers' halves floundered as Bryce Cartwright returned at five-eighth for the injured Te Maire Martin.             

Cartwright struggled to make an impact in his first game since round two, in his comeback game from an ankle injury.   

He let the opening kick off go over the dead-ball line, forcing the Panthers in to a drop out from their own goal line.

Minutes later he fumbled a Brad Takairangi grubber in goal and failed to ground it, allowing Norman to score his first.    

Cartwright also...


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Penrith Panthers' Corey Harawira-Naera enjoying ride with James ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

It wasn't that they didn't understand the language, but no one at Penrith had much of an idea what a couple of kids from the top of New Zealand's North Island were saying when they arrived at the Panthers.

Coming from a couple of towns where a general store and petrol station were pretty much it, Corey Harawira-Naera and James Fisher-Harris weren't used to people from outside their villages of a couple of hundred people. And they were surprised by how their accents would be received.

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The bizarre NRL record the Penrith Panthers will break against Souths - Wide World of Sports

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Trivia buffs will be thrilled to learn that the Penrith team that will take the field against South Sydney at Pepper Stadium tonight will contain the most hyphenated names in NRL premiership history.

The Panthers will field four players with double-barrelled surnames, eclipsing the previous record of three that the club shared with the Sydney Roosters. There have been five hyphenated names in a game before but never four on the one team.

Penrith's line-up will include two Watene-Zelezniaks (Dallin and older brother Malakai), Reagan Campbell-Gillard and rookie back-rower Corey Harawira-Naera. It could have been five if not for an injury to rugged forward James Fisher-Harris.

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Penrith Panthers 2017: Viliame Kikau re-signed on two-year deal ... - Fox Sports

THE Panthers have continued their incredible re-signing spree, this time locking up promising young front-rower Viliame Kikau despite the uncertainty around the salary cap.

Kikau has re-signed on a two-year deal, just over a month after making his NRL debut.

The 22-year-old was brought to Penrith in 2015 after establishing himself as one of the biggest stars of the under 20s competition in a dominant Cowboys Holden Cup team.

He was unable to force his way into first grade in 2016 but after scoring a sensational try on debut against the Wests Tigers in round two he has gone onto play four NRL games.

The contract extension means the 22-year-old Fijian international will remain with the Panthers until at least the end of the 2019 season.


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Round 8
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14 - 38 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 April 2015, 7:45pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 18,521
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 28 - 32 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,102
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 - 26 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,518
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 12 - 14 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 25 April 2015, 4:00pm Allianz Stadium (Nine Network) 35,110
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 10 - 12 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 25 April 2015, 6:00pm AAMI Park (Fox Sports) 13,948
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 28 - 16 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 25 April 2015, 8:00pm Suncorp Stadium (Fox Sports) 34,398
Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 26 - 18 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 26 April 2015, 2:00pm Pepper Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,798
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 22 - 30 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 26 April 2015, 4:00pm Barlow Park (Nine Network) 8,713

 

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1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
2 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 17 1 6
3 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (P) 24 17 1 6
4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
14 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 13 0 11
15 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 6 0 18
16 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 1 1 22
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