11 January, 2022
As we wave goodbye to a forgettable 2021, the Panthers are preparing for a bumper 2022 with hopefully a return to some sort of normality.
With the 2021 season cut short
just a week out from the semi-finals,
it is expected that most players will
be keen to shine the boots and get
back to the field when the 2022 season
The Panther committee are busy getting things in place and coaching staff has been announced.
Towney will be back in charge of the
first grade squad and he is looking
forward to meeting up with some new
and returning faces when training
commences on January 11.
Joe Wood and Kylie Louie have
been welcomed back as co-coaches
for the league tag side and as they
put it, they have some unfinished
business from the past season.
also are keen to meet up with the
girls from last season and hopefully
some new recruits who want to come
along to have some Saturday fun.
The Panthers are also hopeful of
putting a youth league side back on
the paddock next season after not
fielding a side in 2021.
The Castlereagh league will welcome
Narromine into the competition
next year, making it a 10 town comp
and at the recent group annual general
meeting all clubs indicated that
they will be fielding sides.
The NSWRL have put together a proposed 14 round competition which would begin on April 30 and conclude with the grand final on September 2, 2022.
So, be good boys and girls and hopefully Santa will pay you a visit before training commences for everyone at McGrane soon.
By Gilgandra Panther RLFC