Logue, Matt
October 2006
Rugby League Week;10/4/2006, p61
The article focuses on the remarkable triumph of the rugby football team Penrith Panthers over Newcastle Knights. The match between the two pioneer teams was held at Telstra Stadium. Liam Campbell of the winning team said that the winning moment was exhilarating and amazing. The triumph was also considered as a farewell for discarded coach Brett Kenny.


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