News – AU – Panthers mourn the club’s ‘very sad’ death great


The Panthers mourn the loss of the great and former full-back Kevin Dann, who passed away at the age of 62

Several former Penrith players took to social media Sunday night to express their grief over the death of the former NSW full-back, who played 121 games for the club from 1977 to 84

The official Twitter account of the Penrith Club paid tribute to Dann with the words: “With a heavy heart we confirm the death of Kevin Dann – Panther No. 138 Our righteous thoughts go to his family and friends “

Then made his debut in first grade as a teenager, retiring at the age of 25 in late 1983, before making another game in a brief comeback the following season

The Blacktown Junior was the first Panther to receive a state selection when he represented NSW in a non-Origin match against Queensland in 1980

Another ex-teammate, Darryl Brohman, wrote: “Terrible news today with the death of Kevin Dann Stan was a great guy and a wonderful footballer, a very classy defender who had the chance to become the first Australian representative of the Panthers its RIP Stan “

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News – AU – Panthers mourn the “very sad” death of the club