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The Newcastle Knights are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from Newcastle, New South Wales. They compete in Australasia's premier rugby league competition, the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership. Playing in red and blue, the Knights joined the top tier competition in 1988.

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Highlights: Warriors beat Newcastle Knights 26-22 in NRL opener - Newshub

Warriors second-rower Ryan Hoffman has scored a late winner for a 26-22 first- round win over Newcastle in Auckland, with the hapless Knights suffering their 19th-straight NRL loss.  

Despite Newcastle leading early and then late on Sunday afternoon at Mount Smart Stadium, Hoffman's 73rd-minute effort ensured a continuation of the Knights' losing streak, going back to round six of the 2016 season. 

Taking advantage of an earlier break through the middle by new captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, the old skipper rode three markers across the line.               

The four-pointer masked a near-collapse by the Warriors, who wasted a 20-8 second-half lead to head into the final stretch two points down.           

Centre David Fusitu'a had scored a first-half hat-trick to put his side in prime position, only for the Knights' Jack Stockwell and Nathan Ross to turn the match around.       

After...


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Read more: Highlights: Warriors beat Newcastle Knights 26-22 in NRL opener - Newshub

Two points from the bye lifts Newcastle Knights above Wests Tigers on NRL ladder. - Newcastle Herald

Two points from the bye lifts Newcastle above Tigers on the NRL ladder.

UNWANTED: The Knights have enough of these.

UNWANTED: The Knights have enough of these.

IT might be an optical illusion – and a temporary one at that.

But without kicking a ball at the weekend, the Knights climbed off the bottom of the NRL ladder, and their long-suffering fans will be hoping it stays that way for the rest of the season.

The two points Newcastle banked for their round-15 bye might be a token, but they have nonetheless gravitated above Wests Tigers on for-and-against statistics.

NRL POINTS TABLE

The Knights have scored 210 points and conceded 351, for a differential of minus-141, compared to the Tigers (204 for, 370 against, minus-166).

The Tigers, admittedly, have won one more game than Newcastle, three compared to two, and will receive their next bye – and a guaranteed two points – in three weeks.

By that time, the Knights will have...


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Read more: Two points from the bye lifts Newcastle Knights above Wests Tigers on NRL ladder. - Newcastle Herald

Newcastle Knights consider signing English utility back Curtis ... - Wide World of Sports

Curtis Naughton.
Curtis Naughton.

Newcastle are considering signing English utility back Curtis Naughton. (Getty)

Newcastle are considering signing talented English utility back Curtis Naughton.

Naughton quit British club Leigh overnight and wants to move to Australia to be closer to his mother, who lives down under.

He had been on loan to Leigh from Hull FC.

The 22-year-old, who can play fullback, wing or centre, had a previous stint in Aussie football - with the Roosters in 2014.

He played the season in the Roosters’ NYC team, gaining valuable experience before returning to Britain the following year.


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The Newcastle Knights have vowed to start climbing the NRL ladder. - Newcastle Herald

“We’re trying to get off the bottom with playing our football, not just by a bye.’’

HIGH FLYER: Newcastle centre Peter Mata'utia practises his catching skills at training. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

HIGH FLYER: Newcastle centre Peter Mata'utia practises his catching skills at training. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

THE Newcastle Knights have vowed to start climbing the NRL ladder in real terms, not just by default.

Back-to-back wooden spooners, Newcastle leapfrogged from last spot to 15th, above Wests Tigers, at the weekend after banking two points for a bye. But realistically the Tigers have three wins to Newcastle’s two and still have a second bye up their sleeve.

“We’re trying to get off the bottom with playing our football, not just by a bye,’’ Knights five-eighth Brock Lamb said. “So this next block of games, we’ve got to try and get a few wins. They’re very winnable games.’’

Knights centre Peter Mata’utia acknowledged that any subsequent points will be hard-earned, given that Newcastle’s...


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Read more: The Newcastle Knights have vowed to start climbing the NRL ladder. - Newcastle Herald

Former Newcastle Knights winger James McManus has left the corporate role he held with the club. - Newcastle Herald

"An opportunity came up that will allow me to start something new."

JAMES McManus has parted company with the Newcastle Knights, thereby ending the awkward situation of working for the club while proceeding with legal action against it.

FRESH START: James McManus has left the Knights to start a new career.

FRESH START: James McManus has left the Knights to start a new career.

The former NSW Origin winger launched a landmark Supreme Court lawsuit in February, claiming Knights staff had been negligent in handling a series of head knocks that forced him to retire prematurely in 2015.

In a statement of claim filed to the court and obtained by Fairfax Media, McManus is seeking damages after alleging that he suffered at least 10 concussions during his career and was allowed to continue playing despite “a foreseeable risk to the plaintiff of the development of serious and permanent injury”.

After his playing career ended, the Knights employed McManus as a...


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Newcastle Knights coach Nathan Brown mum on potential signing of Shaun Kenny-Dowall - Newshub

Newcastle coach Nathan Brown has refused to comment on Shaun Kenny-Dowall's possible future with the NRL club after the former Rooster was sentenced for cocaine possession.

Kenny-Dowall received a 12-month good behaviour bond and was spared a conviction at Downing Centre Local Court on Tuesday after pleading guilty to possessing a small amount of the drug at a Sydney nightclub.

The Sydney Roosters suspended the 29-year-old following the arrest in May and released him from his contract last week.

He had reportedly been negotiating a contract with the Knights before his arrest.

Brown told reporters on Tuesday it would be inappropriate to comment on whether the club had made a decision about Kenny-Dowall's future.

"When something like this occurs it heads to people above me," Brown said.

Knights chairman Brian McGuigan told Fairfax Media last week he had concerns about signing...


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Read more: Newcastle Knights coach Nathan Brown mum on potential signing of Shaun Kenny-Dowall - Newshub

Dragons forward primed for clash with former club - Illawarra Mercury

TARIQ Sims says he will always fondly remember his stint at the Newcastle Knights, declaring that the adversity he encountered made him a better player.

PRIMED: Dragons forward Tariq Sims is looking forward to taking on his former club on Sunday. Picture: Getty Images

PRIMED: Dragons forward Tariq Sims is looking forward to taking on his former club on Sunday. Picture: Getty Images

TARIQ Sims says he will always fondly remember his stint at the Newcastle Knights, declaring that the adversity he encountered made him a better player.

Sims will line up against his former Newcastle teammates for the first time on Sunday when St George Illawarra host the Knights at Kogarah Oval.

The rugged back-rower joined the Knights from North Queensland at the start of 2015, playing in 27 games before seeking a mid-season release last year to sign with the Dragons.

In that time, he won only four games in the red and blue and was part of two wooden spoon teams. Yet he insists he “cherished” his 18-month stint,...


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Read more: Dragons forward primed for clash with former club - Illawarra Mercury

St George Illawarra enforcer Tariq Sims says he owes the Newcastle Knights a debt of gratitude. - Newcastle Herald

"I learned a lot of lessons at the Knights, a lot of hard lessons."

TARIQ Sims says he will always fondly remember his stint at the Newcastle Knights, declaring that the adversity he encountered made him a better player.

IN FORM: Dragons forward Tariq Sims.

IN FORM: Dragons forward Tariq Sims.

Sims will line up against his former Newcastle teammates for the first time on Sunday when St George Illawarra host the Knights at Kogarah Oval.

The rugged back-rower joined the Knights from North Queensland at the start of 2015, playing in 27 games before seeking a mid-season release last year to sign with the Dragons.

In that time, he won only four games in the red and blue and was part of two wooden spoon teams. Yet he insists he “cherished” his 18-month stint, in particular the honour of being named as one of Newcastle’s 2016 co-captains.

“It obviously boosts your confidence when you join a side that is winning regularly,...


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Knights climb out of the cellar … well, sort of | Newcastle Herald - Newcastle Herald

Two points from the bye lifts Newcastle above Tigers on the NRL ladder.

UNWANTED: The Knights have enough of these.

UNWANTED: The Knights have enough of these.

IT might be an optical illusion – and a temporary one at that.

But without kicking a ball at the weekend, the Knights climbed off the bottom of the NRL ladder, and their long-suffering fans will be hoping it stays that way for the rest of the season.

The two points Newcastle banked for their round-15 bye might be a token, but they have nonetheless gravitated above Wests Tigers on for-and-against statistics.

NRL POINTS TABLE

The Knights have scored 210 points and conceded 351, for a differential of minus-141, compared to the Tigers (204 for, 370 against, minus-166).

The Tigers, admittedly, have won one more game than Newcastle, three compared to two, and will receive their next bye – and a guaranteed two points – in three weeks.

By that time, the Knights will have...


Read full article on NRL GN NewcastleKnights


Read more: Knights climb out of the cellar … well, sort of | Newcastle Herald - Newcastle Herald

Highlights: Warriors beat Newcastle Knights 26-22 in NRL opener - Newshub

Warriors second-rower Ryan Hoffman has scored a late winner for a 26-22 first- round win over Newcastle in Auckland, with the hapless Knights suffering their 19th-straight NRL loss.  

Despite Newcastle leading early and then late on Sunday afternoon at Mount Smart Stadium, Hoffman's 73rd-minute effort ensured a continuation of the Knights' losing streak, going back to round six of the 2016 season. 

Taking advantage of an earlier break through the middle by new captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, the old skipper rode three markers across the line.               

The four-pointer masked a near-collapse by the Warriors, who wasted a 20-8 second-half lead to head into the final stretch two points down.           

Centre David Fusitu'a had scored a first-half hat-trick to put his side in prime position, only for the Knights' Jack Stockwell and Nathan Ross to turn the match around.       

After...


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Read more: Highlights: Warriors beat Newcastle Knights 26-22 in NRL opener - Newshub

The Newcastle Knights have vowed to start climbing the NRL ladder. - Newcastle Herald

“We’re trying to get off the bottom with playing our football, not just by a bye.’’

HIGH FLYER: Newcastle centre Peter Mata'utia practises his catching skills at training. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

HIGH FLYER: Newcastle centre Peter Mata'utia practises his catching skills at training. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

THE Newcastle Knights have vowed to start climbing the NRL ladder in real terms, not just by default.

Back-to-back wooden spooners, Newcastle leapfrogged from last spot to 15th, above Wests Tigers, at the weekend after banking two points for a bye. But realistically the Tigers have three wins to Newcastle’s two and still have a second bye up their sleeve.

“We’re trying to get off the bottom with playing our football, not just by a bye,’’ Knights five-eighth Brock Lamb said. “So this next block of games, we’ve got to try and get a few wins. They’re very winnable games.’’

Knights centre Peter Mata’utia acknowledged that any subsequent points will be hard-earned, given that Newcastle’s...


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Read more: The Newcastle Knights have vowed to start climbing the NRL ladder. - Newcastle Herald

Newcastle Knights consider signing English utility back Curtis Naughton from Leigh - Wide World of Sports

Curtis Naughton.
Curtis Naughton.

Newcastle are considering signing English utility back Curtis Naughton. (Getty)

Newcastle are considering signing talented English utility back Curtis Naughton.

Naughton quit British club Leigh overnight and wants to move to Australia to be closer to his mother, who lives down under.

He had been on loan to Leigh from Hull FC.

The 22-year-old, who can play fullback, wing or centre, had a previous stint in Aussie football - with the Roosters in 2014.

He played the season in the Roosters’ NYC team, gaining valuable experience before returning to Britain the following year.


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Read more: Newcastle Knights consider signing English utility back Curtis Naughton from Leigh - Wide World...

Newcastle Knights coach Nathan Brown mum on potential signing of Shaun Kenny-Dowall - Newshub

Newcastle coach Nathan Brown has refused to comment on Shaun Kenny-Dowall's possible future with the NRL club after the former Rooster was sentenced for cocaine possession.

Kenny-Dowall received a 12-month good behaviour bond and was spared a conviction at Downing Centre Local Court on Tuesday after pleading guilty to possessing a small amount of the drug at a Sydney nightclub.

The Sydney Roosters suspended the 29-year-old following the arrest in May and released him from his contract last week.

He had reportedly been negotiating a contract with the Knights before his arrest.

Brown told reporters on Tuesday it would be inappropriate to comment on whether the club had made a decision about Kenny-Dowall's future.

"When something like this occurs it heads to people above me," Brown said.

Knights chairman Brian McGuigan told Fairfax Media last week he had concerns about signing...


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Read more: Newcastle Knights coach Nathan Brown mum on potential signing of Shaun Kenny-Dowall - Newshub

Former Newcastle Knights winger James McManus 'suffered brain ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

James McManus claims Newcastle should have forced him into retirement in 2013 but their failure to do so resulted in him suffering up to 10 concussions and permanent brain injury.

McManus is the first Australian sportsperson to launch legal action against a sporting club after commencing Supreme Court action against the Knights in February over the club's handling of his head knocks. The case will have huge ramifications for the sporting and legal fraternities and could result in a flood of claims by other players should he be successful.

Taking legal action: James McManus is seeking damages, costs and interest from Newcastle Knights after suffering from ... Taking legal action: James McManus is seeking damages, costs and interest from Newcastle Knights after suffering from "traumatic brain injury", "post-concussive syndrome" and "chronic traumatic encephalopathy". Photo: Ryan Osland

In a statement of claim filed to the court and obtained by Fairfax Media, it's claimed McManus was permitted or urged to...


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James McManus leaves commercial role with Knights - The Sydney Morning Herald

James McManus has parted company with the Newcastle Knights, thereby ending the awkward situation of working for the club while proceeding with legal action against it.

The former NSW Origin winger launched a landmark Supreme Court lawsuit in February, claiming Knights staff had been negligent in handling a series of head knocks that forced him to retire prematurely in 2015.

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Read more: James McManus leaves commercial role with Knights - The Sydney Morning Herald
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Tariq Sims: Why the Knights made me a better player | Newcastle ... - Newcastle Herald

"I learned a lot of lessons at the Knights, a lot of hard lessons."

TARIQ Sims says he will always fondly remember his stint at the Newcastle Knights, declaring that the adversity he encountered made him a better player.

IN FORM: Dragons forward Tariq Sims.

IN FORM: Dragons forward Tariq Sims.

Sims will line up against his former Newcastle teammates for the first time on Sunday when St George Illawarra host the Knights at Kogarah Oval.

The rugged back-rower joined the Knights from North Queensland at the start of 2015, playing in 27 games before seeking a mid-season release last year to sign with the Dragons.

In that time, he won only four games in the red and blue and was part of two wooden spoon teams. Yet he insists he “cherished” his 18-month stint, in particular the honour of being named as one of Newcastle’s 2016 co-captains.

“It obviously boosts your confidence when you join a side that is winning regularly,...


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Read more: Tariq Sims: Why the Knights made me a better player | Newcastle ... - Newcastle Herald
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Two points from the bye lifts Newcastle Knights above Wests Tigers on NRL ladder. - Newcastle Herald

Two points from the bye lifts Newcastle above Tigers on the NRL ladder.

UNWANTED: The Knights have enough of these.

UNWANTED: The Knights have enough of these.

IT might be an optical illusion – and a temporary one at that.

But without kicking a ball at the weekend, the Knights climbed off the bottom of the NRL ladder, and their long-suffering fans will be hoping it stays that way for the rest of the season.

The two points Newcastle banked for their round-15 bye might be a token, but they have nonetheless gravitated above Wests Tigers on for-and-against statistics.

NRL POINTS TABLE

The Knights have scored 210 points and conceded 351, for a differential of minus-141, compared to the Tigers (204 for, 370 against, minus-166).

The Tigers, admittedly, have won one more game than Newcastle, three compared to two, and will receive their next bye – and a guaranteed two points – in three weeks.

By that time, the Knights will have...


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Read more: Two points from the bye lifts Newcastle Knights above Wests Tigers on NRL ladder. - Newcastle Herald
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Wests Group have committed $10 million towards the Newcastle Knights' centre of excellence bid. - Newcastle Herald

State Government expected to announce this month funding for new facility.

NEW PLANS: The grandstand at Newcastle International Paceway.

NEW PLANS: The grandstand at Newcastle International Paceway.

THE Newcastle Knights hope to know within weeks if a proposed rugby league centre of excellence will proceed, after receiving a guarantee from the Wests Group to contribute at least $10 million towards its construction.

The massive commitment from Wests, however, does not guarantee that the licensed-club juggernaut will take control of Newcastle’s embattled NRL franchise.

Negotiations between Wests officials and the NRL are ongoing, and the Newcastle Herald understands that the two parties have been unable to reach agreement on a number of crucial points.

The NRL would prefer Wests to assume ownership of the Knights as soon as possible, but Wests are well aware that the annual grant awarded to NRL clubs increases from $8 million to $12.5 million...


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The Newcastle Knights have vowed to start climbing the NRL ladder. - Newcastle Herald

“We’re trying to get off the bottom with playing our football, not just by a bye.’’

HIGH FLYER: Newcastle centre Peter Mata'utia practises his catching skills at training. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

HIGH FLYER: Newcastle centre Peter Mata'utia practises his catching skills at training. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

THE Newcastle Knights have vowed to start climbing the NRL ladder in real terms, not just by default.

Back-to-back wooden spooners, Newcastle leapfrogged from last spot to 15th, above Wests Tigers, at the weekend after banking two points for a bye. But realistically the Tigers have three wins to Newcastle’s two and still have a second bye up their sleeve.

“We’re trying to get off the bottom with playing our football, not just by a bye,’’ Knights five-eighth Brock Lamb said. “So this next block of games, we’ve got to try and get a few wins. They’re very winnable games.’’

Knights centre Peter Mata’utia acknowledged that any subsequent points will be hard-earned, given that Newcastle’s...


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Read more: The Newcastle Knights have vowed to start climbing the NRL ladder. - Newcastle Herald
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Newcastle Knights consider signing English utility back Curtis Naughton from Leigh - Wide World of Sports

Curtis Naughton.
Curtis Naughton.

Newcastle are considering signing English utility back Curtis Naughton. (Getty)

Newcastle are considering signing talented English utility back Curtis Naughton.

Naughton quit British club Leigh overnight and wants to move to Australia to be closer to his mother, who lives down under.

He had been on loan to Leigh from Hull FC.

The 22-year-old, who can play fullback, wing or centre, had a previous stint in Aussie football - with the Roosters in 2014.

He played the season in the Roosters’ NYC team, gaining valuable experience before returning to Britain the following year.

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Round 15
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 30 - 20 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 19 June 2015, 7:45pm Brookvale Oval (Nine Network) 8,093
Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 20 - 21 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 20 June 2015, 3:00pm GIO Stadium (Fox Sports) 10,170
Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 14 - 36 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 20 June 2015, 5:30pm Cbus Super Stadium (Fox Sports) 14,132
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 - 12 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 20 June 2015, 7:30pm ANZ Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,476
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 28 - 30 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 21 June 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 14,081
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 12 - 14 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 21 June 2015, 4:00pm AAMI Park (Nine Network) 14,278
St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 14 - 19 Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 22 June 2015, 7:00pm Allianz Stadium (Fox Sports) 10,185
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Round 16
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 - 8 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 June 2015, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 14,236
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 44 - 22 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 26 June 2015, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium (Nine Network) 27,246
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 30 - 8 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 27 June 2015, 5:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 13,110
North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 18-24 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 27 June 2015, 5:30pm 1300SMILES Stadium (Fox Sports) 18,826
Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 16-12 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 27 June 2015, 7:30pm Pirtek Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,046
Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 20 - 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 28 June 2015, 2:00pm Bluetongue Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,569
Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 12 - 35 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 28 June 2015, 4:00pm Leichhardt Oval (Nine Network) 14,234
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 - 4 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 29 June 2015, 7:00pm Belmore Sportsground (Fox Sports) 16,764

 

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