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THE Newcastle Knights will ‘Rise for Alex' at Sunday's round four game against the Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium.
ALEX McKinnon was taken to hospital for scans following a neck injury; The Knights provide an update on his condition
NEWCASTLE were gallant but ultimately not quite good enough as they suffered a 28-20 loss to Melbourne at AAMI Park tonight.
EACH week we'll take a closer look at a each of the games, from the point of view of the punters. We've collected a handful of the best and worst comments from our Front Row Forums, and also grabbed the results of the weekly "Who will win" poll - to see if our members really do know their footy.
A solid second half has led the Penrith Panthers to a 24-8 victory in their season opening clash against Newcastle today in front of 11,369 fans at Sportingbet Stadium.
YEAR number three of Wayne Bennett’s four-year plan at Newcastle promises to be perhaps his best chance at sending the red-and-blues to premiership glory.
HALFBACK Tyrone Roberts has re-signed for a further two years, keeping the 22-year old at the Newcastle Knights until season 2016.
THE CRL's second Bush Telegraph of the year - highlighting the Rugby League Expo on the Central Coast, West Wyalong Knockout and the Festival of Indigenous Rugby League to held in Newcastle.
THE Newcastle Knights met with Russell Packer on Sunday, the first opportunity since his custodial sentence was issued last Monday. In accordance with Club Policy, Packer has been formally advised his employment has been terminated, effective immediately.
FORMER Queensland and Australian representative Kevin Walters is joining the Newcastle Knights for season 2014 in a consultancy role as halves coach.
THE NRL must show more decisive leadership - on a key issue.
PROP Russell Packer will join the Newcastle Knights from season 2014 after signing a four-year contract with the Club.
THE Sydney Roosters have marched into the 2013 Grand Final as they powered through a heart strong Newcastle Knights pack, they claimed a 40-14 victory at Allianz Stadium in front of 37,752.
THE Danny Buderus fairytale finish is still on the cards after Newcastle held on to defeat Melbourne 18-16 at AAMI Park last night.