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Panthers announce Chairman and Penrith District Rugby League Football Club CEO

Panthers Group CEO Brian Fletcher, along with the club’s Board of Directors, are pleased to announce that Peter Graham has been appointed as the club’s Chairman.

A loyal supporter of the Panthers since the club’s foundation in 1967, Peter becomes the Chairman of the Board following five years of service as a Director of the club.

Entrenched in the Penrith community, Peter is a founding member of the executive of Emu Plains Little Athletics Club and has been the President of Nepean High’s P&C for six years.

He is also a Director of Panthers on the Prowl — the club’s flagship community program — and is a mentor of the Building Young Men Program.

The club is also pleased to announce that Matt Cameron has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer of the Penrith District Rugby League Football Club Limited.

Matt, who has held the position of General Manager Rugby League for the past three years, has been an integral member of the Panthers, and has been influential in the club’s back-to-back grand final appearances, including the 2021 NRL premiership. 

Following six seasons as an Assistant Coach at the Parramatta Eels, Matt joined the Panthers in 2012 as the club’s High Performance Manager, and has been responsible for the alignment of the Junior Pathways and the NRL program.

He has overseen the transition of multiple junior players, who have progressed to the current NRL squad. 

Penrith Panthers congratulates Peter and Matt on their new positions as the club endeavors to remain strong on and off the field. 

Peter Graham — Chairman, Panthers Group

Brian Fletcher — CEO, Panthers Group

Ivan Cleary — NRL Head Coach, Penrith Panthers

Matt Cameron — CEO, Penrith District Rugby League Football Club

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.