Penrith Panthers are delighted to announce talented youngsters Oliver Clark, Soni Luke, Tyrone May and Dylan Edwards have each signed two-year contract extensions at the club.

The new deals mean the quartet of young guns will represent the Panthers until at least the end of the 2018 season.

Clark, Luke, May and Edwards were all members of the Panthers NYC side which won the 2015 Holden Cup Premiership – the club’s second NYC premiership in the last three years.

“This is exciting for the club to see four of our 2015 premiership-winning NYC players extend their contracts with the Panthers,” Executive General Manager Phil Gould AM said.

“These boys now enter a new stage of their development and we are confident they can be NRL players of the future.

“This is just further endorsement of the outstanding development programs that have been established at Panthers over the past four years.”



  1. Panthers and Cowboys got some great juniors atm Kalyn Ponga at the Cowboys and James Fisher-Harris at the Panthers are my smokeys for NRL debuts at some stage although Kalyn is still only 17

    • Pretty sure every club tries to hold onto their juniors nto exactly a new thing.

      Heard some good things about these kids

  2. Glad to resign them good depth players to have might see one of them debut this year knowing our luck with injuries

  3. Don’t be surprised to see a lot more kids being used this season.
    The older guys are being challenged and if pre season is anything to go by rd1 selections will be interesting.
    Smokey for rd1 Sione Katoa to start at hooker with Segeyaro off the bench.

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