Sam Ayoub‘s client Panthers winger Josh Mansour has only just returned to first grade but he wasn’t shy of confidence, serving up a mouthful for Blake Ferguson after bundling him out of touch to stop a last-gasp Eels comeback. Read more of this story on Sporting News as written by Michael Di Lonardo.
Sam Ayoub‘s client Penrith Panthers centre Waqa Blake has accepted full responsibility for missing last week’s captain’s run and insists he will bounce back. Watch the full video on NRL.com
Sam Ayoub‘s client Penrith centre Waqa Blake has apologised and taken blame for last week’s loss to the Wests Tigers for failing to turn up to training on time before the team flew to Brisbane. NRL.com Reporter Alicia Newton tells this story, An honest Blake said he deserved to be left out of Ivan Cleary’s final 17 and was desperate
Penrith coach Ivan Cleary conceded stars Josh Mansour [Sam Ayoub‘s client] and Reagan Campbell-Gillard have no time frame for a return to first grade after the pair paid the price for the side’s woes with demotions this week. Two of the highest-paid players at the club, Mansour and Campbell-Gillard re-signed on long-term deals last season but have experienced the highs
Sam Ayoub‘s client, Prop – Second Row player from the Penrith Panthers James Tamou is “Captain” for 2019 season. SportingNews tells this story, “OFFICIAL: Following a period of consideration, James Tamou has emerged from the club’s six-man leadership group to be appointed Panthers captain for 2019,” Penrith posted to Twitter.” Read more here
NRL.com Reporter, Tony Webeck writes: “When Tyrone Peachey arrived on the Gold Coast for his first Indigenous All Stars camp prior to the 2015 season, the mere presence of Greg Inglis in the team room left him awestruck.” Sam Ayoub‘s client Penrith Panthers’ Tyrone Peachey was quoted saying, “It was crazy being in that first Indigenous camp. I was only
When Sam Ayoub‘s Centre-Wing player for Penrith Panthers, Waqa Blake leaps above Parramatta opponents in Sunday afternoon’s Battle of the West clash against Parramatta, another place out west will have helped him get up there. In an interview with NRL.com Reporter, Alicia Newton, Waqa said: “I did play a bit there, had a lot of mates that played it so gave it