Friday 19 January 2018 / 02:23 PM

Panthers re-sign engine-room pair

The Panthers are pleased to announce the re-signing of Jeremy Latimore and James Fisher-Harris.

Jeremy Latimore, a key member of the Panthers NRL squad for the last two seasons has extended his stay at the foot of the mountains for a further two years, seeing him at the Panthers until the end of the 2017 season.

Junior Kiwi James Fisher-Harris has also been re-signed for a further three seasons.

Panthers Executive General Manager Phil Gould AM is delighted with both extensions.

“Jeremy Latimore has given outstanding service to our club since arriving two years ago. His football is improving all the time and his contributions to our Community programs have been second to none. He is thoroughly deserving of this extended deal and we are delighted he will be a Panther until the end of the 2017 season.” Phil Gould said.

Phil Gould also praised young James Fisher-Harris. “James is a tremendous young talent coming through our development program. He was recently selected in the Junior Kiwis representative team. We believe he is an NRL player of the future. It’s great to have him in our club for the next three seasons. I dare say though he will be a Panther much longer than this new contract period.”

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