Penrith Panthers is pleased to confirm that Peter Wallace, Ian Robinson and Warren Fenton have been named as Honorary Life Members of the club.
The three recipients were announced at last week’s Penrith District Rugby League Football Club AGM.
Currently the club’s NSW Cup coach, Wallace played 240 NRL games – including 101 for the Panthers – after debuting in 2005.
The St Marys junior played four State of Origin matches for New South Wales, as well two games for NSW City and four Tests for Scotland.
Since retiring in 2018, Wallace has remained an integral part of the club as a member of the coaching staff, and has made an impactful contribution both on and off the field.
Panthers Life Members announced at AGM
Robinson was also announced as a Life Member for his service to the club across nearly four decades.
His involvement in the Penrith Junior League commenced 38 years ago as a committee person, team manager and trainer with the Emu Plains JRLC, where he later became President of the club.
In 1992, Robinson was elected to the Penrith Junior League Board of Management as a Director, and went on to hold several positions including Vice President, Chairman and General Manager.
Former Panthers player Fenton also joins the illustrious list of Life Members for his contribution to the club.
A five-eighth and lock, Fenton played his entire rugby league career at the Panthers, representing the club on 146 occasions from 1978 to 1987.
Penrith Panthers congratulates Wallace, Robinson and Fenton on being named Honorary Life Members of the club.