Fisher-Harris with Panthers until 2026

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New Zealand international James Fisher-Harris has signed a four-year contract extension with Penrith.

The front-rower has now committed to the NRL club until 2026.

"It hasn't fully sunk in yet but I'm so grateful to have the opportunity to sign this deal," Fisher-Harris said.

"This club feels like home. Panthers took me in and I've grown up here. I'm surrounded by familiar faces I've come through the grades with. My family loves it here. I wouldn't want to go anywhere else."

"It's every players dream to stay at one club for a long time. I'm blessed to have the opportunity to do it at a club like this."

Fisher-Harris first moved to Panthers to join the club's SG Ball squad in 2013 and was a member of the premiership-winning Panthers NYC side in 2015 before making his NRL debut in the first round of the 2016 season.

Fisher-Harris has gone on to establish himself as one of the game's leading front-rowers and was last year honoured with selection in the Dally M Team of the Year.

He has played 125 NRL games for Panthers, six Tests for New Zealand and made two appearances for the Maori All Stars.

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