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Momirovski released to join Roosters

Penrith Panthers can confirm Paul Momirovski has been granted an immediate release from the final year of his contract to pursue an opportunity with Sydney Roosters.

The 25-year-old centre will link up with the Roosters on a multi-year deal.

"Paul was an integral part of what Panthers was able to achieve this season, culminating in the club’s third premiership," Panthers General Manager Rugby League Matt Cameron said.

"Despite his relatively short stay, he impressed everyone at the club with his football IQ and commitment to the club’s culture and ideals.

"When Paul’s manager approached Panthers after the Grand Final with a request to explore the market, we felt it was the right thing to do to grant this opportunity, knowing there was already a number of clubs that were interested.

"The work that our club has done in the pathways area allows us to make this type of decision in the knowledge that it will present an opportunity to the next generation of Panthers juniors, some of whom are already in the NRL squad.

"We extend our sincere thanks to Paul for his contribution to our history-making season and wish him all the best for the future."

Thanks Momers

Having kicked off his NRL career at the Roosters in 2018, Momirovski had stints with Wests Tigers and Melbourne Storm before arriving at Panthers in 2021.

He played 19 games for the club during the premiership-winning season, including the 2021 NRL Grand Final victory over South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Panthers members and fans will have an opportunity to farewell Momirovski at the Premiers Parade to be held in Penrith on Saturday 20 November.