Four matches yesterday.
Third Grade kicked the dew off the ground at Camden, losing but showing their stuff in the final term.
The other three grades played at home, each side recording a win, with the Div 2 match against North Shore being an absolute ripper of a game.more
Four games this Saturday. Div 5 play Camden at Harrington Park at 9 AM. The Ramettes face up to UNSW/ES in the Greygums opener at 10 AM, followed by Div 3 V Holroyd-Parramatta at midday with Div 2 taking on the only team they are yet to conquer this year, North Shore at 2:10 PM. Team selections on next page.more
Three catch up games on Saturday at home.
Thirds and Reserves both went down to Campbelltown after being well in the game at three-quarter time.
Senior Grade won in a hard slog against Manly - two wins in two weeks against the Giants.
Unfortunately, the league ruled that Campbelltown's June 4 forfeit against the Ramettes had to stand, despite both clubs wanting to play.more
Registration of all players as well as fees are now due. Players. new and returning, are required to register online and must be registered prior to playing, both trials and comp matches. Full details including links, payment methods and the registration process are on the next page. Click on "More".more
Penrith Rams are covered under JLT Sports for Silver category coverage in 2016. The club still strongly advises private health insurance and income loss protection. See next page for details and links.more
The Rams are proud to announce that Jemma Lekkas has been appointed as head sports trainer/physiotherapist for the club in 2016. Jemma has previous connections with Penrith where she successfully looked after the club in 2012. More details on next page.more