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The Newcastle Knights have fallen on hard times since their stunning exploits in the early years of the NRL.

The club still missed finals in 2018, but 11th place is nothing to sneer at after three consecutive wooden spoons.

Can Nathan Brown’s men crack into the top eight this year? Let’s see where they sit with the bookies in the outright betting for NRL 2019.

About the Newcastle Knights

Established: 1987
Home ground: McDonald Jones Stadium
Coach: Nathan Brown
Captains: Jamie Buhrer and Mitchell Pearce
Premierships: Two – 1997, 2001
2018 ladder finish: 11th (9-15)

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2018 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds Top Tryscorer Odds
Mar $31 $2.50 $6.50 M Pearce – $21 N Ross – $34
Apr $51 $2.30 $6 K Ponga – $9 L Fitzgibbon – $51
May $101 $3.75 $17 K Ponga – $4.25 L Fitzgibbon – $101
Jun $151 $4.50 $26 K Ponga – $3.75 L Fitzgibbon – $81
Jul $151 $4.50 $26 K Ponga – $3.75 L Fitzgibbon – $81
Aug $1001 $81 N/A K Ponga – $3 N/A
Sep N/A N/A N/A K Ponga – $4.50 N/A

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2018 Newcastle Knights draw

Newcastle Knights fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (AEST)
1 Manly Sea Eagles McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, March 9 6pm
2 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Sunday, March 18 6:30pm
3 Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium Sunday, March 25 6:30pm
4 St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium Sunday, April 1 4:10pm
5 Brisbane Broncos McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, April 7 7:35pm
6 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Friday, April 13 6pm
7 Wests Tigers Scully Park Saturday, April 21 5:30pm
8 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Friday, April 27 6pm
9 South Sydney Rabbitohs McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, May 4 6pm
10 Penrith Panthers McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, May 11 6pm
11 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Saturday, May 19 3pm
12 Cronulla Sharks McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, May 27 2pm
13 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Saturday, June 2 7:35pm
14 Sydney Roosters McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, June 9 5:30pm
15 Melbourne Storm McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, June 17 2pm
16 Canterbury Bulldogs McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, June 30 5:30pm
17 BYE
18 Parramatta Eels McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, July 13 7:50pm
19 Gold Coast Titans McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, July 21 3pm
20 North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILES Stadium Friday, July 27 6pm
21 Wests Tigers McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, August 3 6pm
22 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Friday, August 10 6pm
23 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Saturday, August 18 3pm
24 Cronulla Sharks Southern Cross Stadium Sunday, August 26 2pm
25 St George Illawarra Dragons McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, September 1 3pm

Knights players to watch in 2018

NRL star Mitchell PearceMitchell Pearce
Born: 7/4/1989
Games: 239
Tries: 62
Position: Halfback

Pearce was the odd man out at the Sydney Roosters once they secured the signature of Cooper Cronk. Now the NSW halfback has the tricky task of adjusting to a new environment while taking on all the extra pressures and responsibilities that come with the captaincy. His efforts will be central to Newcastle’s fortunes in 2018.

Newcastle Knights star Kalyn PongaKalyn Ponga
Born: 30/3/1998
Games: 9
Tries: 3
Position: Fullback

Is there a more exciting young player in the country? Newcastle leapt at the chance to sign Ponga when his North Queensland contract expired at the end of 2017. Pace, power, agility, guile, vision – the West Australian youngster has all the components of a great fullback.

Knights recruit Tautau MogaTautau Moga
Born: 6/12/1993
Games: 59
Tries: 20
Position: Centre

With four clubs to his name already, Moga is a certified journeyman at the ripe old age of 24. That is not to say he isn’t a quality operator. Along with Pearce and Ponga, the Samoa representative adds considerable class to Newcastle’s new-look back half.

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