Subscriber • Opinion

Penrith Panther Tyrone May fails to learn lessons from checkered past

David Polkinghorne
By David Polkinghorne
Updated October 8 2021 - 7:14am, first published 7:00am
Panthers utility Tyrone May has bizarrely portrayed himself as a victim on social media.

In the aftermath of Penrith carrying on like cock-a-hoops and dragging an unsuspecting Joe Tapine into the midst of one of their try celebrations, Canberra Raiders chief executive Don Furner told his Panthers counterpart he'd thank him come the end of the season.

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David Polkinghorne

David Polkinghorne

Sports journo

Covering the Raiders, Cavalry, cycling and racing, plus everything else that involves sport in the ACT, for The Canberra Times. Basically I love sport and watching it is a full-time job. Email: david.polkinghorne@canberratimes.com.au

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