3. Tariq Sims
As one third of the devastating left edge for the Knights, Sims was impressive in both attack and defence, particularly considering the size disadvantage his side held against the much bigger Tigers' side.
2. Dane Gagai
Gagai would have picked up the 3 points againts the Tigers, if not for an ugly attempted bomb defusal late in the second half. His passing was slick, and he really looks to be getting comfortable with the fullback role in the top grade.
1. Kade Snowden
As the biggest guy in the Knights' forward pack, Snowden was always going to have his work cut out for him against the bigger Tigers' forwards. He handled his role with gusto - solid in defence, and making plenty of metres with the ball in hand.