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Penrith celebrations RAGE as the Panthers arrive at BlueBet Stadium to continue the party


Penrith are so used to winning that they even managed to get sponsors for their premiership goggles.

And who can blame them, after their 28-12 NRL grand final win over Parramatta capped off three of the most dominant years in NRL history with back-to-back titles.

Donned in KFC-branded goggles and with premiership packs that included kilos of chicken and specially-labelled champagne, Panthers players spoke afterwards of a desire to be the dominant team of the modern era.

Already, they have a right to be in the discussion. 

Penrith co-captains Nathan Cleary (middle left) and Isaah Yeo (middle right) present the Provan-Summons trophy to supporters

Penrith co-captains Nathan Cleary (middle left) and Isaah Yeo (middle right) present the Provan-Summons trophy to supporters

Supporters cheer on players following the Penrith Panthers 2022 NRL Grand Final victory, at BlueBet Stadium in Penrith

Supporters cheer on players following the Penrith Panthers 2022 NRL Grand Final victory, at BlueBet Stadium in Penrith

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