The Panthers are undefeated for the 2015 NRL season! I’m only just recovering from that second half now but it’s time to talk Titans for our round 2 clash in Bathurst. This week I’m joined on the show by Travis Meyn of the Gold Coast Bulletin (@travismeyn) who gives us some great insights in to […]
The Black Cat Podcast has it’s first guest for 2015, Nathan Taylor from the Western Weekender joins me on the show this week to talk Panthers, the Merrin signing, our round 1 matchup with the Bulldogs and we fire through the remaining teams on the preview series!
This week I talk about Penrith Park’s new naming rights sponsor, address the Trent Merrin rumours, preview the upcoming trial game and what we should expect from Bryce Cartwright’s recovering ankle and Jamie Soward’s dirty moustache.
This week I take a look back at the Auckland 9’s, talk about my favourite performers from the tournament and also who was a little less impressive. I also start previewing some respectable teams, with the New Zealand Warriors and Parramatta Eels entering the Black Cat Podcast for 2015.
This week I preview ACTUAL FOOTBALL! It’s time to look at the Panthers 18-man squad for the 9’s tournament this weekend and talk about why the games might actually be fun to watch. I also preview the upcoming season for the Knights and Dragons.
This week I discuss the latest news coming out of the Panthers training camp in regards to Jamal Idris, touch briefly on the Auckland 9’s, and preview the upcoming season for the Tigers and Titans.
This week on the podcast I talk Panthers preseason training and preview the upcoming year for the Cronulla Sharks and Canberra Raiders. Later in the show I explain why one of the big name Panthers will be leaving the club at the end of 2015 – whether we like it or not.
Welcome to 2015, Panther fans! Things obviously slowed down a bit on Black Cat Report in the later stages of the 2014 season – thankfully this wasn’t the case for the team who went on to record one of the all-time great Panther upsets, downing the Sydney Roosters in a 1 v 4 preliminary final […]
Through 17 rounds of football, the Panthers find themselves sitting in first place on the NRL ladder. They’ve won 10 games, lost 5, and have yet to lose consecutively all season.
NSW head coach Laurie Daley is scouring the NRL for an option to place outside Josh Morris for state of origin game two. There’s some pretty strong buzz that Manly’s Jorge Taufua, Newcastle’s James McManus or even Josh Dugan will get the call up to throw on the number 2 jersey in Sydney, but if […]