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Three games of footy, two BBQs, MG's Members March and a car giveaway headline what will be a huge day at Pepper Stadium.

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The action kicks off at 10.40am with the Panthers NYC side, currently second on the table, tackling Newcastle Knights to keep their minor premiership hopes alive.

There will be free snags on offer at the Members BBQ at TCs Sports Bar from 11.45am. Panthers members are encouraged to come along, meet and mingle with their fellow fans, along with the Wild Panther Mark Geyer and some of our injured NRL stars.

MG will then grab the megaphone at 12.20pm to lead MG's Members March from TCs Sports Bar to Pepper Stadium.

With dreams of defending their premiership, the Panthers NSW Cup side kicks off its finals clash with Wyong Roos at 12.40pm.

At 2.30pm one lucky fan in the crowd will win a 2015 Ford Fiesta, thanks to Sinclair Ford. Make sure you get to Pepper Stadium before 2.25pm to grab your free entry card.

The NRL showdown between the Panthers and the Knights begins at 3pm. The match will be the 200th and final game for retiring winger David Simmons, as well as Lewis Brown's 150th in the NRL.

Once the final whistle has sounded, head to West Bar from 4.30pm for the post-match Big Aussie Barbie, where Jim Beam Master Distiller Fred Noe will be cooking up the snags.

The departing players including Nigel Plum, Brent Kite and David Simmons will drop in from 5.30pm to farewell all the fans in person and participate in a live Q&A.

Acknowledgement of Country

Penrith Panthers players and staff respect and honour the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to their elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.