Throughout the season, The Western Weekender has been profiling the Penrith Panthers cheerleaders, and readers have been voting on their favourites each week. Now down to eight finalists it’s up to Panthers fans to pick the ultimate winner! Check out the videos of the eight Cheerleader of the Year finalists – and vote for your favourite by sending an SMS to 19 19 18 with the name of your entry.
The victorious Cheerleader of the Year will win a $1,000 voucher from JB HiFI, 10x Hoyts Movie Tickets, a professional photo shoot and will be featured on the cover of The Western Weekender.
The winner will be announced September 7, our final home game against the Warriors.
Favourite Panther: Adam Docker
If you could go on ANY reality show, which one would it be? ‘So You Think You Can Dance’
If you could take 3 things to a deserted island, what would you take and why?
My phone because I couldn’t live without it, my boyfriend because I need someone to share the crazy adventure with, and a toothbrush because no one likes smelly breath
Which celebrity would you like to take on a hot date? Channing Tatum
What’s your favourite pig-out spot? Stir Crazy
What’s the most embarrassing thing that’s happened to you whilst cheering/dancing? Tripping over an extension cord on the field and face planting
If you could morph into any animal, which would you chose and why? A leopard because I own enough leopard print I might as well turn into one
Terms & Conditions
Entries close Thursday, September 4 at 11.59pm. SMS cost is a maximum of 55 cents per message.
The cheerleader with the most votes will be declared the winner. The judges’ decision is final.
Full terms and conditions are available from Western Weekender reception or by calling 4722 2998.
The Western Weekender is not responsible for any purported entries that are not received for any reason.
The Western Weekender is not responsible for technical issues or congestion relating to the SMS service.
The Western Weekender is not responsible for any injury or loss incurred as a result of a competition being won.
This competition is run by The Western Weekender and not Panthers Group or any of its subsidiaries.