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Gameday Guide: Round 11

WHEN: Thursday 17 May
WHERE: Panthers Stadium, Penrith
GATES: All gates open at 6.50pm
NRL KICK-OFF: 7.50pm
TICKETS: Pre-purchase tickets and save
Gameday proudly sponsored by Hertz

We're set for a blockbuster NRL fixture as two top eight sides collide in Thursday night footy.

Nathan Cleary is scheduled to return to take on fellow NSW Origin prospect Luke Brooks in one of the key on-field match-ups.

Up front Reagan Campbell-Gillard and Trent Merrin face the Kiwi duo of Russell Packer and Ben Matulino, a battle which will be key to victory for either side.

Gameday partners Hertz will be giving away hundreds of prizes in the West Precinct from 6.50pm. Look out for the roaming Hertz team also handing out Panthers Banger Sticks throughout Panthers Stadium.


Visit the Hertz marquee in the West Precinct for the chance to win 10 signed Panthers footballs, 200 mini footballs and more great prizes.


Over 550 dancers from 27 local dance schools will join the Pantherettes for a spectacular half-time performance.


Panthers members and fans will have the chance to congratulate the Under-18s National Champions as the Panthers SG Ball squad complete a lap of honour prior to NRL kick-off. The Panthers defeated the Souths Logan Magpies 38-32 in Brisbane to claim the national title after defeating the Bulldogs in the SG Ball Grand Final a week earlier.

MATCH REPORT: Panthers crowned National Champions


Will another member walk away with $2,000?

Panthers members 18 years or older will be in the draw to win $2,000 thanks to Tooheys New.


Panthers' longest-serving partner Sinclair Ford is giving away a $26,000 Ford EcoSport Ambiente at our Round 21 clash with the Raiders.

Simply swipe your Panthers Penrith Leagues Club Members Card when you make a purchase of $10 or more at any participating bar or canteen outlet, or spend $50 at a merchandise outlet at Panthers Stadium throughout the season to be in the draw to WIN.

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.