Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard is a Senior Sports Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald

Chocolate milk soldiers: Gould likes flavour of team's sponsorship deal

Greg Prichard PENRITH boss Phil Gould says the club's announcement of a new major sponsor serves as proof the direction the revamped club has chosen to take is the right one.

Early signs good for Bennett and Cleary as troops fall into line

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Greg Prichard However long it takes for Wayne Bennett to get Newcastle to play the way he wants and start challenging for a premiership, it is bound to happen.


Hayne, Mannah set to miss season-opener

NRL Penrith Panthers vs Parramatta Eels, Trial Match at Centrebet Stadium, Penrith. Eels player Jarryd Hayne is injured in the second half.17th February 2012Photo: Wolter Peeters

Greg Prichard PARRAMATTA stars Jarryd Hayne and Tim Mannah are both likely to miss the first-round clash with Brisbane after suffering suspected knee cartilage damage in last night's 26-10 trial loss against...

Flash Gordon's versatility points to Coote as fullback

Michael Gordon

Greg Prichard LACHLAN COOTE is set to start the season at fullback for Penrith after all, with Michael Gordon pencilled in for the wing.

Gordon happy to be Coote's wing man

Penrith training prior to the start of their season game this weekend.Middle Ivan Cleary new penrith coach at trianing Photography Brendan Espositosmh,sport,29th february,2012

Greg Prichard CHOOSING one fullback over another wasn't the point for Penrith coach Ivan Cleary this week. Finding a way to get Lachlan Coote and Michael Gordon into the starting side was all that mattered.

What they do admit is that they never stop learning

Des Hasler

Greg Prichard WHATEVER they have, whatever it is that has made Des Hasler the NRL's most successful coach of the past five years and Ivan Cleary its fastest-rising young coach, neither of them is going to map it...

Penrith look on as Jennings plays for his future

Rugby League round 2 Roosters v Panthers at Allianz stadium Panthers Michael Jennings celebrates his try Sunday March 11th 2012.Pictures Steve Christo

Greg Prichard THE future of Penrith's highly paid centre, Michael Jennings, is set to be discussed at a club board meeting today.

Fighting charge adds to cloud over Jennings' future with Panthers


Greg Prichard UNCERTAINTY over the future of Michael Jennings at Penrith is likely to remain now that he won't play at any level again until Origin II at ANZ Stadium on June 13.

Lewis not sold on taking back Penrith captaincy

Luke Lewis.

Michael Chammas, Greg Prichard There is no guarantee Luke Lewis will accept the Penrith captaincy back once his State of Origin commitments with NSW are over.

Lewis wants to lead again, but Penrith captaincy can take back seat if needed

Luke Lewis

Greg Prichard LUKE LEWIS has decided he wants the Penrith captaincy back when the State of Origin series is over - but won't have any problem if Kevin Kingston remains in charge.

Pick a club, talk about cash later, Lewis told

Luke Lewis

Greg Prichard and Sam Hall THE manager of Luke Lewis has instructed the NSW and Australian forward to decide which clubs he would be interested in playing for as the process to find the representative star a new home speeds up.