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PanthersLogoAfter struggling for almost twenty years since their inception in 1967, the Penrith Panthers experienced major success during the early 90’s with a Grand Final appearance in 1990 and then a maiden Premiership victory in 1991 against the Canberra Raiders. The Panthers then became one of the few clubs in rugby league history to follow up a wooden spoon year in 2002 with a Premiership the following season.

Penrith Panthers Articles

Moylan gets nod at fullback for PM’s XIII

by , 30 Sep 2014

Star Penrith fullback Matt Moylan has been rewarded for a stellar NRL season with selection in the PM’s XIII to meet Papua New Guinea next month. Moylan was a key figure in the Panthers’ surprise surge to the preliminary final and following their exit from the NRL title race courtesy of Saturday’s 18-12 loss to […]

Five questions from the NRL preliminary finals

Five questions from the NRL preliminary finals

by , 29 Sep 2014 Video

The 2014 NRL grand final is set, with the South Sydney Rabbitohs facing the Canterbury Bulldogs next Sunday to decide who will win this season’s premiership. Both teams qualified for the grand final by winning their preliminary finals on the weekend, against the Sydney Roosters and Penrith Panthers respectively, and it is from those games […]

[VIDEO] Dallin Watene-Zelezniak soars to score against Canterbury

by , 27 Sep 2014 Video

Penrith winger Dallin Watene-Zelezniak has scored one of the tries of the season in the NRL preliminary final against Canterbury. In an astonishing show of athleticism, and not even from a running start, the young winger managed to run 35 metres and snatch the ball almost straight out of the hands of Bulldogs fullback Sam […]

Canterbury Bulldogs progress to NRL grand final with six-point win over Penrith

Canterbury Bulldogs progress to NRL grand final with six-point win over Penrith

by , 27 Sep 2014 Video

The Canterbury Bulldogs have defeated the Penrith Panthers 18-12 in the preliminary final to reach their second NRL grand final in three years. They will play South Sydney in the decider next week after another strong performance from the Bulldogs’ big men up front set up their win. It was a sloppy game, with both […]

[VIDEO] Penrith Panthers vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL finals highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Penrith Panthers vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL finals highlights, scores, blog

by , 27 Sep 2014 Popular article!

MATCH RESULT: The Canterbury Bulldogs have secured a place in the 2014 NRL Grand Final following an 18-12 win against the Penrith Panthers at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night. They will face the South Sydney Rabbitohs on Sunday evening to decide who will be crowned the 2014 NRL premiers. FINAL SCORE: Bulldogs 18 Panther 12 […]

Why Penrith will dare to dream for another week

Why Penrith will dare to dream for another week

by , 27 Sep 2014

The penultimate weekend of finals footy has arrived and who would have scripted this at the start of the year? The fourth placed Penrith Panthers continue to defy all the conventions associated with a club in injury crisis. They play seventh placed Canterbury Bulldogs, who arguably have had the greatest roller coaster ride of any […]

Alexander: Moylan key for Panthers

by , 27 Sep 2014

Few have followed Penrith rookie fullback Matt Moylan’s stunning rise more closely than club great Greg Alexander. Still, nothing could quite prepare Alexander for what he witnessed at the recent Penrith club presentation night when Moylan collected the Player of the Year gong. “It showed a package of his highlights this season and it was […]

NRL Finals preview: Penrith Panthers vs Canterbury Bulldogs

NRL Finals preview: Penrith Panthers vs Canterbury Bulldogs

by , 26 Sep 2014

In what shapes as one preliminary finals you would not have expected this year, the Penrith Panthers will take on the Canterbury Bulldogs in what should be a high octane, fun game of football. These are two football teams with an edge. Canterbury, under Hasler, are famed for playing a style oriented around big but […]

Battle-scarred Plum ripe for Panthers

by , 26 Sep 2014

Making opponents wince has never been a problem for Penrith enforcer Nigel Plum, but the no-prisoners approach that took a big toll on his own battered body was often the bigger issue. Nine years after making his NRL debut, this is the first time Plum, 31, has played more than 20 games in a season […]

GURU: NRL Finals are a tipster’s nightmare, but bloody entertaining

GURU: NRL Finals are a tipster’s nightmare, but bloody entertaining

by , 25 Sep 2014

What about this NRL finals series so far? I love how all the “experts” put forth their case for who’s going to win each week, as if they know who will get up and why. I reckon they’re all guessing. We’ve seen the Penrith Panthers upset the Roosters in Week 1. I was at that […]


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