SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 08: James Fisher-Harris of the Panthers runs the ball during the NRL Elimination Final match between the Penrith Panthers and the New Zealand Warriors at ANZ Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Brett Hemmings/Getty Images)

Penrith have re-signed James Fisher-Harris on a three-year extension, with the 22-year-old now tied to the club until at least the end of the 2022 season.

“I’m really excited and grateful for the club to give me this opportunity,” Fisher-Harris told penrithpanthers.com.au.

“It’s surreal when I think about where I’ve come from and where I am today.

“Penrith has become my second home. My family loves living here and all my mates are here too.

“It’s crazy how much talent we have at the club. I think the sky’s the limit in terms of what we can achieve together.”

The forward has played 63 first grade matches for the Panthers, and has also represented his country of New Zealand three times.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Refreshing to hear a player be grateful to their club. Too many these days think the world and their club owe them something.
    JFH plays…..holds nothing back. Just like Big Mal, Chief Harragon, Pangai Jr, Cement Gillespie, Spud Carrol.
    He is only 22, a very bright future and humble at the same time.

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