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The Coal & Allied Newcastle Knights today have confirmed the resigning of Matt Hilder until the end of the 2013 season.
The Newcastle Knights popular utility forward was named Players Player and Player of the year in 2010 and has been one of the Club's most consistent performers since he was signed in 2008, having played 23 games last year alone.
Recruitment Manager, Keith Onslow felt the resigning was a positive for the Club on and off the field.
"Matt is the type of player every Club needs and everyone wants to play alongside," said Onslow
"He is resilient, often makes over 50 tackles, is popular with his team mates and is a great contributor to the Club on and off the field," he concluded.
After the resigning of many of the current squad, this announcement adds to the exciting and bright future for the Newcastle Knights Club.