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Royce Simmons hits the road for Royce's Big Walk

Royce Simmons has begun his 313 kilometres from Dubbo to Bathurst on Tuesday morning, raising funds for dementia research and supporting local junior Rugby League clubs.

The Panthers Hall of Famer will complete his walk in 12 days, and will finish prior to the Royce Simmons Cup to be played between the Panthers and Wests Tigers at Carrington Park, Bathurst on Saturday 29 April.


Date   Walk Locations Walk Companions Local Events
Sunday 16 April       Narromine Junior Jets Fundraiser Lunch with Peter Sterling and David Gillespie
Monday 17 April       Wellington Cowboys JRL Sportman's Dinner with Brad Fittler and Andrew Farrar
Tuesday 18 April Day 1 Dubbo to Wambangalang Brad Fittler and Andrew Farrar  
Wednesday 19 April Day 2 Wambangalang to Obley Nigel Plum Meet & Greet at Coachman Hotel, Parkes
Thursday 20 April Day 3 Obley to Baldry Garry Jack, Luke Goodwin and Terry Lamb Parkes Marist JRL Sportsman's Dinner
Friday 21 April Day 4 Baldry to Parkes Paul Clarke, Paul Sironen and Ronnie Palmer Skills Clinic at Spooner Oval, Forbes, and Forbes JRL Fundraising Dinner
Saturday 22 April Day 5 Parkes to Cookamidgera Les Davidson  
Sunday 23 April Day 6 Cookamidgera to Eugowra Neil Paine and Peter Mortimer Eugowra Golden Eagles Sportsman's Dinner
Monday 24 April Day 7 Eugowra to Toogong Brad Waugh, Lenny Stacker and Col Bentley  
Tuesday 25 April Day 8 Toogong to Bowan Park Royce George  
Wednesday 26 April Day 9 Bowan Park to Orange Paul Dunn, Glen Liddiard, Kevin Kingston and Joe Galuvao  
Thursday 27 April Day 10 Orange to Lewis Ponds Tony Butterfield Orange JRL Sportsman's Dinner
Friday 28 April Day 11 Lewis Ponds to Dunkeld John Skandalis Panthers Sportsman's Lunch at Bathurst Panthers
Saturday 29 April Day 12 Dunkeld to Mt Panorama

Mt Panorama to Carrington Park
Chris Lawrence Panthers v Wests Tigers NRL game


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.