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Trent Merrin to leave Panthers

Trent Merrin has played his last game for the Penrith Panthers. The former Origin and Test forward still has two years to run on his...

Cleary sets sights on title

The vision has come to life… they are the words from new Panthers coach Ivan Cleary who believes he finally has the squad that...

Powerlifters aim for gold

Eight of the strongest people in Penrith will be representing their country at the Oceania Regional Powerlifting Championships next weekend in Queensland. To be held...

Griffith hopes to strike in second stint with Thunder

After not setting the Big Bash world on fire like she would have wanted to in her debut season, experienced all-rounder Lisa Griffith is...

Iconic swimming club faces closure

A huge part of the local swimming community for more than half a century, Penrith Swimming Club is facing closure – resulting in the...

Nisbet looking forward to tackling Twin Creeks

Daniel Nisbet is leaving no stone unturned in his quest to take out the ISPS Handa Australasian PGA Tour’s Order of Merit for 2018. The...

Blyth’s defence of sorts

Adam Blyth is set to make it a defence of sorts of his 2016 NSW Open Championship when the tournament gets underway at Twin...

Big names line up for NSW Open

Some of the biggest names in Australian golf will be lining up for a shot at lifting the Kel Nagle Cup when the NSW...

Penrith courts experience for 2019

The Penrith Basketball Association has announced its coaching line-up for next year’s Basketball NSW Waratah Championship and Youth League competitions. Four experienced men will take...

Now Cleary double act must deliver

In the space of just a few weeks, the Clearys have become one of rugby league’s most powerful families. Certainly, their influence at the Penrith...