Revised COVID-19 NRL Draw

The NRL have released the revised schedule for the COVID-19 2020 season. It will be a reduced 20 round competition with the first 2 rounds counting as towards to season count (competition points will remain).

The regular season will start on May 28 and conclude September 27. The finals structure is intended to remain the same which would place the Grand Final in late October.

The Panthers draw is as follows…

Round Match Date Time Venue
R3 Panthers v Knights Sunday 31 May 4:05pm Campbelltown Stadium
R4 Panthers v Warriors Friday 5 June 6:00pm Campbelltown Stadium
R5 Eels v Panthers Friday 12 June 7:55pm Bankwest Stadium
R6 Panthers v Storm Friday 19 June 7:55pm Campbelltown Stadium
R7 Panthers v Rabbitohs Thursday 25 June 7:50pm Campbelltown Stadium
R8 Wests Tigers v Panthers Saturday 4 July 7:35pm Campbelltown Stadium
R9 Sharks v Panthers Saturday 11 July 3:00pm Bankwest Stadium
R10 Panthers v Cowboys Sunday 19 July 4:05pm TBC
R11 Titans v Panthers Sunday 26 July 4:05pm TBC
R12 Sea Eagles v Panthers Saturday 1 August 7:35pm TBC
R13 Panthers v Raiders Saturday 8 August 7:35pm TBC
R14 Warriors v Panthers Friday 14 August 6:00pm TBC
R15 Panthers v Sharks Friday 21 August 6:00pm TBC
R16 Panthers v Wests Tigers Saturday 29 August 7:35pm TBC
R17 Broncos v Panthers Thursday 3 September 7:50pm TBC
R18 Panthers v Eels Friday 11 September 7:55pm TBC
R19 Cowboys v Panthers Friday 18 September 6:00pm AEST TBC
R20 Bulldogs v Panthers Saturday 26 September 3:00pm TBC

The scoreboard at the top of this site has also been adjusted to reflect these changes.

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Sides we play twice, note we don’t play Rorters or Dragons again.

perhaps in Oct :wink:

Little surprised we are playing at Campbeltown rather the Penrith, due to the great field condition we have all season since the underground watering/ heating / drainage has been installed.

Best ground condition in the league (although Suncorp and Bankwest probably have similar systems).

Not that home ground advantage will count for much of course without crowds.

They won’t make it mrwalker :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

SHF - the reason its not Penrith is to reduce the travel distance for the raiders, hence my question why not Win Stadium… :man_shrugging: