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It shows a top four locked in from round six, with the Roosters, Rabbitohs, Storm and Sea Eagles then spending the remainder of the season sorting who would face whom in the first week of the finals...See how your team fared, focusing week to week in
Newcastle ended a two-game losing streak and reclaimed fourth rung on the NRL ladder with a 44-8 thrashing of Canterbury at Hunter Stadium today. Having slipped to sixth after Brisbane's win against Gold Coast on Friday night, the Knights moved level
NSW winger James McManus hopes to join his Knights teammates in Tamworth today but is no certainty to take the field with them for their second and final pre-season trial against Cronulla at Scully Park on Saturday night. McManus sustained a minor
Newcastle are expected to be as named, with Kyle O'Donnell (concussion) and Chris Adams (ribs) out. Parramatta hooker Matt Keating will miss the remainder of the season with a bulging disc in his back, handing Nathan Smith another crack at dummy-half.
Knights 50 bt Titans 20 at Hunter Stadium Head-to-head: Knights 5 Titans 3 Referees: Shayne Hayne/Alan Shortall TV: Live, FoxSports 2 TAB Sportsbet: Knights $1.50 Titans $2.60 FootyTab: Titans +5.5 Greg Prichard writes: The Knights struggled without
Cronk signed a four-year contract extension during the week and showed his value to the club on Friday night with another impressive performance as the Storm continued their unbeaten start to the season. The Knights haven't won in Melbourne since
Clive Churchill medal winner Darius Boyd, who followed Bennett from the Dragons in the off-season, has been named at fullback while returning champion Danny Buderus will start at hooker alongside front-row recruits Kade Snowden and Adam Cuthbertson.
A try to prodigal son Timana Tahu just before fulltime handed the Knights the win after the Sharks had rallied from an early 18-6 deficit to draw level at 18-all. Another returning hero in Danny Buderus also showed his ageing body was still up to the
Knights 22 bt Raiders 12 at Canberra Stadium Stats: Head-to-head Referees: Brett Suttor, Steve Lyons TV: Live, FoxSports 2 TAB Sportsbet: Knights $1.40 Raiders $3.00 FootyTab: Raiders +7.5 Greg Prichard writes: The Knights are on a roll. They have
A reoccurrence of a hamstring injury to skipper Kurt Gidley in Monday night's loss to North Queensland has resulted in yet another pairing being thrown together, with Stig and Mullen to face a tough ask against high-flying Manly at Ausgrid Stadium on