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Unique experiences headline Panthers Bushfire Auction

Penrith Panthers has today launched the Panthers Bushfire Auction, giving NRL fans the chance to bid for unique personal experiences like a kicking session with Nathan Cleary and ten pin bowling with Josh Mansour.

The online auction follows last Saturday’s highly successful Firefighter Fundraiser at Panthers Stadium and continues the club’s commitment to supporting the work of the NSW Rural Fire Service.


The Panthers NRL squad has been actively involved in the creation of the auction and has contributed the majority of the items and experiences on offer.

Nathan Cleary has kindly donated two of his match-worn State of Origin jerseys, including the one he wore as NSW claimed the 2018 Origin series with victory at ANZ Stadium.

For those seeking a more hands-on experience, Cleary has teamed up with fellow playmakers Jarome Luai and Matt Burton to offer a one-hour kicking session at Panthers Rugby League Academy.

Josh Mansour, Brian To’o and Dylan Edwards are ready to take some Panthers fans on a ten pin bowling adventure, while Viliame Kikau and Api Koroisau are firing up the BBQ to host an Academy tour and gourmet lunch.

Have a work-out to remember with the help of James and Brittney Tamou, who have kindly donated a 60-minute personal training session at the Academy.

Want to enjoy the ultimate gameday experience? Up for grabs is a fully-catered open air box at the Panthers game against Newcastle, with club legend Mark Geyer as your personal host, including a visit to the team sheds after full-time.

The memorabilia collectors out there will be tempted by a limited edition Panthers premiership jersey piece or perhaps the Greg Alexander Hall of Fame Pack.

The auction ends on Sunday so get your bid in now:

Cleary donates prized jerseys to Bushfire Auction

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.