Formed in 1981, the Penrith Rams compete in the AFL Sydney competition.
Greygums Oval, Greygums Road, Cranebrook
Penrith is located in Greater Western Sydney, 50 km west of the CBD on the banks of the Nepean River. Penrith was named after the town of Penrith in Cumbria, England. The suburb of Cranebrook takes its name from a pioneer farmer, James McCarthy, who was granted 100 acres of land in 1804 and named it “Crane Brook farm”, after the abundance of cranes in the area.