Penrith Panthers fans celebrate, police disperse gathering in Sydney

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Penrith Panthers fans celebrate, police disperse gathering in Sydney

the streets of Penrith erupted into chaos overnight as incarcerated fans celebrated the Panthers hard-fought NRL Grand Final win over the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Police entered as a crowd of hundreds gathered at the Penrith Leagues Club.

Drivers were seen with burnouts, while passengers in other cars sat in the trunk and waved Panthers flags.

Panthers fans took to the streets to celebrate after Penrith’s victory in the Grand Final. (9News)

Another popular spot for revelers was the childhood home of Panther’s five-eighth Jarome Luai.

There were reports that some fans had reportedly turned against police trying to impose order, eventually closing the Leagues Club’s car parks.

The ME, the dog unit and PolAir were all deployed in the area.

Some officers were reportedly pelted with objects.

Penrith Panthers fans celebrate, police disperse gathering in Sydney
In some places crowds of hundreds gathered. (9News)

At least one person has been charged.

A 22-year-old Mount Druitt P-plate driver will face court in November.

He has been charged with several traffic violations, after allegedly doing burnouts and also allegedly accelerating at police officers in part of the crowd.

The police were called in to break up the meetings. (9News)

The Panthers won their third NRL Premiership last night by beating the Rabbitohs 14-12.

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It was the Penrith club’s second major final in a row, having lost to the Melbourne Storm last year.

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