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KNIGHTS SIGN VETERAN CHRIS HEIGHINGTON

The Newcastle Knights have added another experienced forward to their squad for 2018, with two time premiership winner Chris Heighington signing a one year contract. The 300 plus game veteran made his NRL debut for the Wests Tigers in 2003, before linking with the Sharks in 2013. The 34 year old has been named in the England squad for this year’s Rugby League World Cup. He’ll join the knights following his international commitments.

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Knights 1997 Grand Final Ticker Tape Parade.

In 1997, the Newcastle Knights pulled of one the greatest Rugby League Grand Final wins ever in the history of the game, delighting their proud supporters. On the 20th anniversary of the win, relive the great moments when players and supporters celebrated the amazing victory in their unforgettable ticker tape parade. Segment One Segment Two Segment Three Segment Four Segment Five Workers Club Arrival Workers Club Arrival Segment 1 Workers Club Arrival Segment 2 After The Siren Segment One Segment Two Segment Three

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LAMB AND YATES RULED OUT FOR NEWCASTLE’S REMAINING GAMES

There’s more bad news for the Knights following the loss to the Storm, with two players ruled out for Newcastle’s remaining games. Scans have confirmed Brock Lamb has a grade two medial ligament tear in his left knee, and will need at least four weeks to recover. It’s a similar story for Luke Yates, who suffered an ankle injury on Saturday. On a positive note, Nathan Ross will test his injured back at training this week, in the hope of returning before the end of the season.

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INJURY CLOUD HANGS OVER LAMB AND MATA’UTIA

Jack Cogger looms as the replacement for Brock Lamb, after the five-eighth suffered a grade two medial ligament strain in the Knights’ loss to the Storm. He’s likely to miss Newcastle’s last two games. Meanwhile, Sione Mata’utia will have to pass a concussion test in order to make the trip to Canberra to face the Raiders. And the injury news only got worse for Newcastle overnight, with 2018 recruit Kalyn Ponga injuring his shoulder against the Sharks.

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