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THE Newcastle Knights have announced a landmark initiative to launch a week of Indigenous sporting and cultural celebrations.
NEWCASTLE Knights have named their First Grade & Toyota Cup team's for Friday Nights clash against the current Premiers the Manly Sea Eagles.
THE Sydney Roosters confirm that Brian Smith will take up the role of Head Coach at the Club in 2010.
THE Newcastle Knights broke new ground in the Upper Hunter yesterday with the entire NRL squad visiting Muswellbrook for the first time in the club
THE Melbourne Storm have stolen victory from a plucky Newcastle side with a late try to centre Will Chambers in atrocious conditions at Olympic Park.
THE Newcastle Knights have tonight kept in touch with the top four after a hard-fought 25-20 victory over South Sydney at EnergyAustralia Stadium, perhaps ending the Rabbitohs semi-final hopes.
THE entire Newcastle Knights First Grade squad, trainers and team officials will reveal all for a special cause next week, when they shave their heads for Children
THE Newcastle Knights have come from behind to surprise the Dragons with a 24-18 victory in a hard fought battle at WIN Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah, handing the Dragons their first loss since Round 1.
NEWCASTLE front rower, Daniel Tolar is today a step closer to becoming a Knight for life.
NEWCASTLE Knights CEO, Steve Burraston has praised the NRL for listening to the club
KURT Gidley put on a rugby league master class today to guide the Newcastle Knights to a convincing 26-12 victory over Manly in front of 15,324 fans at Energy Australia Stadium.
THE Newcastle Knights have teamed up to help the environment with a cleanup at Newcastle
CRAIG Wing scored a double to lead South Sydney in a come-from-behind 22-12 victory over the Newcastle Knights in front of 15,277 fans at Bluetongue Stadium.
THE Newcastle Knights are proud to announce that Defence Minister and Federal Member for Hunter, the Hon Joel Fitzgibbon has formally accepted the role of Patron of the region
FOOTBALL fever climaxed to new levels in Cessnock today with more than 300 aspiring young footballers smashing previous attendance records at the city