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Geelong Advertiser
Socceroos, Matildas unite to ride momentumleft it late to qualify for the World Cup. But when Gorry looks back on 2017,
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 28 minutes ago
left it late to qualify for the World Cup. But when Gorry looks back on 2017, playing Brazil in front of 15,000 fans in Penrith and nearly 17,000 on a Tuesday night in Newcastle in September was just as special for her. “One of my most special... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Socceroos, Matildas unite to ride momentumleft it late to qualify for the World Cup. But when Gorry looks back on 2017,
The Courier Mail / Posted 36 minutes ago
left it late to qualify for the World Cup. But when Gorry looks back on 2017, playing Brazil in front of 15,000 fans in Penrith and nearly 17,000 on a Tuesday night in Newcastle in September was just as special for her. “One of my most special... Read more
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News.com.au
Socceroos, Matildas unite to ride momentumqualify for the World Cup.Source:Getty Images But when Gorry looks back on 201
News.com.au / Posted 47 minutes ago
qualify for the World Cup.Source:Getty Images But when Gorry looks back on 2017, playing Brazil in front of 15,000 fans in Penrith and nearly 17,000 on a Tuesday night in Newcastle in September was just as special for her. “One of my most special... Read more
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The News and Star
A celebration of Christmas in Cumbriawith local exhibitors and experts providing inspiring festive ideas for gifts a
The News and Star / Posted 17 hours ago
with local exhibitors and experts providing inspiring festive ideas for gifts and the home. Two exhibition halls at the Penrith venue have been transformed into a festive marketplace with more than 40 exhibitors from Cumbria and beyond. A busy... Read more
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Whitehaven News
A celebration of Christmas in Cumbriawith local exhibitors and experts providing inspiring festive ideas for gifts a
Whitehaven News / Posted 17 hours ago
with local exhibitors and experts providing inspiring festive ideas for gifts and the home. Two exhibition halls at the Penrith venue have been transformed into a festive marketplace with more than 40 exhibitors from Cumbria and beyond. A busy... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
A celebration of Christmas in Cumbriawith local exhibitors and experts providing inspiring festive ideas for gifts a
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 17 hours ago
with local exhibitors and experts providing inspiring festive ideas for gifts and the home. Two exhibition halls at the Penrith venue have been transformed into a festive marketplace with more than 40 exhibitors from Cumbria and beyond. A busy... Read more
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Canberra Times
Paul Aiton reflects on PNG journey during his last World CupNew Guinea on Sunday. Rugby league has taken Aiton from Mount Hagen – the most
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
New Guinea on Sunday. Rugby league has taken Aiton from Mount Hagen – the most western settlement in PNG – to NRL clubs Penrith and Cronulla, to England and then to France. However, that journey is nothing compared to how far the Kumuls have... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mitchell Pearce feels Roosters betrayed him as club faces PR crisis with unhappy playersniffing around Keary hoping that he will leave. Keary is in talks with the Roo
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
sniffing around Keary hoping that he will leave. Keary is in talks with the Roosters to extend his stay.I'm not going to Penrith to take over from Cleary, says Maloney Key Panthers signing James Maloney says his inability to do back-to-back... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The fight to help abused kids this Christmasyear is frantically busy for Michelle Ellery, who is making up food hampers at
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
year is frantically busy for Michelle Ellery, who is making up food hampers at the Queen of Hearts Community Foundation in Penrith. “I think there will be a rise when school’s finished, people have holidays from work, and it’s a sociable time of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Bucket list for me and my donorticking off her bucket list but it’s not because she is dying, it’s because she
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
ticking off her bucket list but it’s not because she is dying, it’s because she is finally living. The 35-year-old from Penrith is also honouring the donor heart she carries in her chest. “I want to do this heart justice, I’m doing this bucket... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
The fight to help abused kids this Christmasyear is frantically busy for Michelle Ellery, who is making up food hampers at
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
year is frantically busy for Michelle Ellery, who is making up food hampers at the Queen of Hearts Community Foundation in Penrith. “I think there will be a rise when school’s finished, people have holidays from work, and it’s a sociable time of... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Bucket list for me and my donorticking off her bucket list but it’s not because she is dying, it’s because she
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
ticking off her bucket list but it’s not because she is dying, it’s because she is finally living. The 35-year-old from Penrith is also honouring the donor heart she carries in her chest. “I want to do this heart justice, I’m doing this bucket... Read more
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News.com.au
The fight to help abused kids this Christmasyear is frantically busy for Michelle Ellery, who is making up food hampers at
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
year is frantically busy for Michelle Ellery, who is making up food hampers at the Queen of Hearts Community Foundation in Penrith. “I think there will be a rise when school’s finished, people have holidays from work, and it’s a sociable time of... Read more
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News.com.au
Bucket list for me and my donorticking off her bucket list but it’s not because she is dying, it’s because she
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
ticking off her bucket list but it’s not because she is dying, it’s because she is finally living. The 35-year-old from Penrith is also honouring the donor heart she carries in her chest. “I want to do this heart justice, I’m doing this bucket... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbria's Gary Graham set to make Aviva Premiership debut and follow in father George's footsteps at Newcastle Falconstry in Falcons' 53-41 Anglo-Welsh Cup win at Wasps earlier this month. Mark Wi
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
try in Falcons' 53-41 Anglo-Welsh Cup win at Wasps earlier this month. Mark Wilson, who began his junior rugby career at Penrith, is also in the Newcastle line-up. Meanwhile, Carlisle-born Chris Harris is named as a replacement after missing out... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aussie teen freak teaches Poms a lessonEngland’s Test bowlers to near records set by Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Pontin
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
England’s Test bowlers to near records set by Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting one week, back playing in suburban Penrith in Sydney’s west the next. That’s the scenario that awaits 18-year-old Jason Sangha, highlighting his incredible... Read more
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The Age
Mitchell Pearce feels Roosters betrayed him as club faces PR crisis with unahappy playersniffing around Keary hoping that he will leave. Keary is in talks with the Roo
The Age / Posted yesterday
sniffing around Keary hoping that he will leave. Keary is in talks with the Roosters to extend his stay.I'm not going to Penrith to take over from Cleary, says Maloney Key Panthers signing James Maloney says his inability to do back-to-back... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mitchell Pearce feels Roosters betrayed him as club faces PR crisis with unahappy playersniffing around Keary hoping that he will leave. Keary is in talks with the Roo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
sniffing around Keary hoping that he will leave. Keary is in talks with the Roosters to extend his stay.I'm not going to Penrith to take over from Cleary, says Maloney Key Panthers signing James Maloney says his inability to do back-to-back... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Aussie teen freak teaches Poms a lessonEngland’s Test bowlers to near records set by Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Pontin
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
England’s Test bowlers to near records set by Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting one week, back playing in suburban Penrith in Sydney’s west the next. That’s the scenario that awaits 18-year-old Jason Sangha, highlighting his incredible... Read more
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News.com.au
Aussie teen freak teaches Poms a lessonEngland’s Test bowlers to near records set by Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Pontin
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
England’s Test bowlers to near records set by Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting one week, back playing in suburban Penrith in Sydney’s west the next. That’s the scenario that awaits 18-year-old Jason Sangha, highlighting his incredible... Read more
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The News and Star
Player-boss Kyle May warns all Penrith players - including himself - must work hard to keep their place in the teamPlayer-manager Kyle May has warned nobody's place in the Penrith side is safe i
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Player-manager Kyle May has warned nobody's place in the Penrith side is safe if they don't work hard - including his own. May's men will return to Northern League action today (3pm kick-off) at Dunston UTS on the back of Wednesday's 4-1 League Cup... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbrian politician ditches UKIP to launch new partybring these nations back together. She said it all stemmed from her decision t
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
bring these nations back together. She said it all stemmed from her decision to stand as Ukip's Parliamentary candidate in Penrith and the Border, saying there was a lack of support from the party and its reputation did not help her. "I felt its... Read more
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The News and Star
Christmas events across Cumbria - take a look at our definitive guideEnjoy a magical journey onboard the Santa Express to meet Father Christmas and
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Enjoy a magical journey onboard the Santa Express to meet Father Christmas and explore his Dalegarth grotto. Rheged, near Penrith Sat, November 18 and Sun, November 19 With talks, masterclasses and a carefully selected market of exquisite... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Christmas events across Cumbria - take a look at our definitive guideEnjoy a magical journey onboard the Santa Express to meet Father Christmas and
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
Enjoy a magical journey onboard the Santa Express to meet Father Christmas and explore his Dalegarth grotto. Rheged, near Penrith Sat, November 18 and Sun, November 19 With talks, masterclasses and a carefully selected market of exquisite... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Christmas events across Cumbria - take a look at our definitive guideEnjoy a magical journey onboard the Santa Express to meet Father Christmas and
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
Enjoy a magical journey onboard the Santa Express to meet Father Christmas and explore his Dalegarth grotto. Rheged, near Penrith Sat, November 18 and Sun, November 19 With talks, masterclasses and a carefully selected market of exquisite... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Christmas events across Cumbria - take a look at our definitive guideEnjoy a magical journey onboard the Santa Express to meet Father Christmas and
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
Enjoy a magical journey onboard the Santa Express to meet Father Christmas and explore his Dalegarth grotto. Rheged, near Penrith Sat, November 18 and Sun, November 19 With talks, masterclasses and a carefully selected market of exquisite... Read more
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The Age
Wests Tigers recruit Ben Matulino couldn't say no to Ivan Cleary a second timeby scoring five tries in Australia's 46-0 World Cup quarter-final romp against
The Age / Posted yesterday
by scoring five tries in Australia's 46-0 World Cup quarter-final romp against Samoa. "In 2014 Ivan was head coach at Penrith and I was probably a day away from signing with Penrith," Matulino revealed. "I was close to signing with them, but... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wests Tigers recruit Ben Matulino couldn't say no to Ivan Cleary a second timeby scoring five tries in Australia's 46-0 World Cup quarter-final romp against
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
by scoring five tries in Australia's 46-0 World Cup quarter-final romp against Samoa. "In 2014 Ivan was head coach at Penrith and I was probably a day away from signing with Penrith," Matulino revealed. "I was close to signing with them, but... Read more
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Western Weekender
New timetable could see commuters revolt against State GovernmentStuart Ayres and Andrew Constance at Penrith Station. File photo Transport Min
Western Weekender / Posted yesterday
Stuart Ayres and Andrew Constance at Penrith Station. File photo Transport Minister Andrew Constance is under immense pressure to intervene and make last minute changes to the new train timetable, set to come into force from November 26. The new... Read more
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The North West Star
Paul Aiton reflects on PNG journeyPapua New Guinea on Sunday. Rugby league has taken Aiton from Hagan - the most
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Papua New Guinea on Sunday. Rugby league has taken Aiton from Hagan - the most western settlement in PNG - to NRL clubs Penrith and Cronulla, to England and then to France. However, that journey is nothing compared to how far the Kumuls have... Read more
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The Age
Paul Aiton reflects on PNG journey during his last World CupPapua New Guinea on Sunday. Rugby league has taken Aiton from Hagan – the most
The Age / Posted yesterday
Papua New Guinea on Sunday. Rugby league has taken Aiton from Hagan – the most western settlement in PNG – to NRL clubs Penrith and Cronulla, to England and then to France. However, that journey is nothing compared to how far the Kumuls have... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Paul Aiton reflects on PNG journey during his last World CupPapua New Guinea on Sunday. Rugby league has taken Aiton from Hagan – the most
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Papua New Guinea on Sunday. Rugby league has taken Aiton from Hagan – the most western settlement in PNG – to NRL clubs Penrith and Cronulla, to England and then to France. However, that journey is nothing compared to how far the Kumuls have... Read more
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The North West Star
Ex-Roosters player ready to create some UFC fireworkshe might not tell anyone ... he might have a wig on!" With 11 brothers and sis
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
he might not tell anyone ... he might have a wig on!" With 11 brothers and sisters and plenty of support back home in Penrith, Tuivasa is expecting a rowdy reception when he walks out to fight. "There's a fair few coming, that's for sure.... Read more
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The Age
UFC Fight Night Sydney: Tai Tuivasa ready to create some fireworkshe might not tell anyone ... he might have a wig on!" With 11 brothers and sis
The Age / Posted yesterday
he might not tell anyone ... he might have a wig on!" With 11 brothers and sisters and plenty of support back home in Penrith, Tuivasa is expecting a rowdy reception when he walks out to fight. "There's a fair few coming, that's for sure.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
UFC Fight Night Sydney: Tai Tuivasa ready to create some fireworkshe might not tell anyone ... he might have a wig on!" With 11 brothers and sis
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
he might not tell anyone ... he might have a wig on!" With 11 brothers and sisters and plenty of support back home in Penrith, Tuivasa is expecting a rowdy reception when he walks out to fight. "There's a fair few coming, that's for sure.... Read more
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The News and Star
Housebuilder Persimmon told to stop work on 500-home estate in Cumbria following complaintstraffic management plan. The plan was one of the conditions for the project to
The News and Star / Posted 2 days ago
traffic management plan. The plan was one of the conditions for the project to build 500 new homes at Carleton Heights, Penrith. Planning permission was granted in August of last year for the development, subject to a number of planning... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
North West housing market "continued to stutter" in October, says RICSmarket, no agents reported a rise in demand from tenants during October. Richar
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
market, no agents reported a rise in demand from tenants during October. Richard Towler, of Eden Lettings & Management in Penrith, said: "A reduction in the number of applicants, perceived to be the result of the loss of European candidates... Read more
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The News and Star
St Benedict's get the better of Egremont to claim welcome win in Cumbria Cupof mind. Aspatria have a walk-over in the Cumbria Cup after scheduled opponent
The News and Star / Posted 2 days ago
of mind. Aspatria have a walk-over in the Cumbria Cup after scheduled opponents Creighton conceded the tie. So too have Penrith, after Moresby cried-off while Silloth had to concede their midweek tie against holders Carlisle. They had to duck... Read more
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Whitehaven News
St Benedict's get the better of Egremont to claim welcome win in Cumbria Cupof mind. Aspatria have a walk-over in the Cumbria Cup after scheduled opponent
Whitehaven News / Posted 2 days ago
of mind. Aspatria have a walk-over in the Cumbria Cup after scheduled opponents Creighton conceded the tie. So too have Penrith, after Moresby cried-off while Silloth had to concede their midweek tie against holders Carlisle. They had to duck... Read more
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Whitehaven News
18-year-old survivor of A595 horror crash which killed two friends saved by air ambulanceof the tireless work of the service, a group of dedicated fundraisers cycled th
Whitehaven News / Posted 2 days ago
of the tireless work of the service, a group of dedicated fundraisers cycled the 135 miles round trip between Millom and Penrith. So far, the group, made up of friends and relatives, have raised around £6,000. Miss Marr's uncle, Louis Cummings,... Read more
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The News and Star
Maryport services could be lost as town faces £57,000 CCTV billthen in place in the town. Since then the council has been fighting to have up
The News and Star / Posted 2 days ago
then in place in the town. Since then the council has been fighting to have upgraded CCTV which would be monitored at the Penrith HQ. In August, a rise in violent crime culminating in a fatal stabbing led to a renewed call for CCTV in the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Maryport services could be lost as town faces £57,000 CCTV billthen in place in the town. Since then the council has been fighting to have up
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 2 days ago
then in place in the town. Since then the council has been fighting to have upgraded CCTV which would be monitored at the Penrith HQ. In August, a rise in violent crime culminating in a fatal stabbing led to a renewed call for CCTV in the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Panthers lock in young gun EdwardsPENRITH have shored up their future following Matt Moylan’s departure, signing
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
PENRITH have shored up their future following Matt Moylan’s departure, signing fullback Dylan Edwards to a two-year extension. Despite not being off contract until the end of 2018, Edwards on Friday inked a deal which will see the 21-year-old stay... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ashes 2017-2018: How Dennis Lillee saved Pat Cummins and turned him into Australia's weaponnoggin, could he have ever imagined that one day he would be vested with the jo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
noggin, could he have ever imagined that one day he would be vested with the job of nursing a talented but fragile kid from Penrith to his first Test on home soil against the same opposition? Probably not. But he has. Well, he's about to. We're... Read more
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The Age
Ashes 2017-2018: How Dennis Lillee saved Pat Cummins and turned him into Australia's weaponnoggin, could he have ever imagined that one day he would be vested with the jo
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
noggin, could he have ever imagined that one day he would be vested with the job of nursing a talented but fragile kid from Penrith to his first Test on home soil against the same opposition? Probably not. But he has. Well, he's about to. We're... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘I did some bad things’: Aussie UFC beast’s redemptionand I’m proud of that. That’s also why if I can do it (overcome adversity), any
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
and I’m proud of that. That’s also why if I can do it (overcome adversity), anyone can.” Starting his league career at Penrith Panthers, promising junior Tuivasa was a bulldozing forward with a knack of scoring plenty of tries. He was quickly... Read more
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News.com.au
‘I did some bad things’: Aussie UFC beast’s redemptionand I’m proud of that. That’s also why if I can do it (overcome adversity), any
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
and I’m proud of that. That’s also why if I can do it (overcome adversity), anyone can.” Starting his league career at Penrith Panthers, promising junior Tuivasa was a bulldozing forward with a knack of scoring plenty of tries. He was quickly... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Moylan replacement locked in as Panther re-signsDylan Edwards NRL contract, Penrith Panthers team 2018, Matt Moylan to Sharks |
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Dylan Edwards NRL contract, Penrith Panthers team 2018, Matt Moylan to Sharks | Daily Telegraph Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Maloney inked but Penrith’s biggest deal to comeJAMES Maloney has secured his pay day. A rich deal with Penrith worth around $
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
JAMES Maloney has secured his pay day. A rich deal with Penrith worth around $2.4 million sees him leave Cronulla and complete the Panthers’ recruitment drive. They believe they’ve completed their premiership puzzle by adding the two time... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Moylan replacement locked in as Panther re-signsPENRITH have shored up their future following Matt Moylan’s departure, signing
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
PENRITH have shored up their future following Matt Moylan’s departure, signing fullback Dylan Edwards to a two-year extension. Despite not being off contract until the end of 2018, Edwards on Friday inked a deal which will see the 21-year-old stay... Read more
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