Making the hooker position his own at the Penrith Panthers since the departure of Api Koroisau, the club has moved to retain Mitch Kenny on a new three-year deal.

The new deal sees Kenny stay on board until the end of the 2027 season and it is one that excites the man himself.

“I’m thrilled to commit to the Panthers because this place is home to me,” Kenny said.

“Ivan Cleary and everyone at the club have supported me from the beginning, and I’m excited to repay the faith to them.

“It’s great to have the opportunity to continue wearing the Panthers jersey and representing our community for another three seasons.”

Since making his debut, Kenny has played in 86 NRL games, is a dual premiership winner and someone that the club believes embodies their team and its values.

“On behalf of everyone at Panthers, we are thrilled to see Mitch remain with the club for a further three seasons,” Panthers General Manager of Rugby League Shane Elford said.

“Mitch embodies the core qualities we value at our club, seen through his courage, determination, and dedication to his team.”

By ricky

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