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Kenny has gone on to make 86 NRL appearances and has now won two premierships having been made a late starter in the 2022 win over the Eels.

“On behalf of everyone at Panthers, we are thrilled to see Mitch remain with the club for a further three seasons,” Panthers general manager, Shane Elford, said.

“Mitch embodies the core qualities we value at our club, seen through his courage, determination, and dedication to his team.”

Kenny’s re-signing comes after he was hit with a one-match suspension at the start of the year and a $10,000 fine – with half suspended – due to an Instagram story that brought the game into disrepute.

The Panthers have recently announced the re-signings of centres Taylan May and Izack Tago.

Despite a retention spree of late, Penrith are facing an uphill battle to keep winger Sunia Turuva who is reportedly set to receive offers of $500,000-a-season.

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Coach Anthony Seibold has cut his team to play the Penrith Panthers in Round 5 of the Telstra Premiership.

The match kicks off at 5.30pm on Saturday, April 6, at 4 Pines Park.

Captain and half-back Daly Cherry-Evans will break Cliff Lyons’ record (309) of most games played for Manly.

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