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Step back into the annals of Rugby League history and experience some of the greatest evergames from the Penrith Panthers. Joining the competition in 1967, the Mountain Men won theirfirst Premiership in 1991, having built momentum throughout the 1980s. Sit back and enjoy fiveclassic Panthers games from the Rugby League archives, each presented in their entire originalbroadcast format a must-have for the true Panthers fan. 1. 1990, QUALIFYING FINAL | PANTHERS 2616 BRONCOS - Having waited 23 years to taste Finals success, the Panthers faced a Broncos team brimming withrepresentative stars. But it was the emergence of Penriths own young guns Brad Fittler and Mark Geyer,and the experience of Greg Alexander, that led the Panthers to a magnificent victory. 2. 1991, MAJOR SEMI-FINAL | PANTHERS 1614 BEARS - Falling just short of Premiership glory in 1990, the Panthers wanted to go one better after securing theMinor Premiership in 1991. In a tight tussle with the Bears it was Greg Alexanders kicking which provedthe difference, booking the Panthers a place in their second Grand Final. 3. 2000, ROUND 18 | PANTHERS 3231 WESTS TIGERS - Trailing by 31 points to eight against the West Tigers and with only 23 minutes left on the clock, thePanthers rallied, running in 24 unanswered points in the club's greatest ever comeback victory. 4. 2003, PRELIMINARY FINAL | PANTHERS 2820 WARRIORS - Having tasted the disappointment of the wooden spoon only a year before, the Panthers capped aremarkable turnaround season in 2003, winning the Minor Premiership and downing the New ZealandWarriors to book their place in the Grand Final. 5. 2004, ROUND 22 | PANTHERS 7212 SEA EAGLES - In a display of pure dominance all over the park, the Panthers run riot against a hapless Sea Eaglesoutfit, racking up thirteen tries including a treble to fullback Rhys Wesser, and in the process recordingthe biggest win in club history.