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  • In 1988, a team representing the Newcastle Knights first ran out onto the playing field. In terms of natural talent and financial resources the team was not well endowed. However in terms of courage and commitment the same team was without peer.

    In those formative years, while the Club's win/loss record remained less than overwhelming, a fearful reputation was simultaneously being forged by the blue and reds, a reputation which the Club has carried as a badge of honour ever since.

    As time has elapsed, success on the field has become more frequent. At all times however, the standards set in those formative years have applied. Names like Sargent, McCormack, Harragon, and Butterfield have become synonymous with what it means to play in the red and blue. The tradition has been faithfully perpetuated through the likes of Johns, Buderus and Gidley.

    A play-off for fifth spot in 1990 was the first time many in the rugby league world took our Club seriously. Two years later semifinal football was a reality. A narrow one point loss in a preliminary semi in 1992 cost the team a chance at glory but confirmed its status as a team with an abundance of character. A semifinal appearance in 1995 was an early indicator of what was to come in the watershed year of 1997.

    That season probably went a long way to describing what being a Newcastle Knight had become. The team was made up of around 70% local talent. Of the rest, most had adopted the town and Club of Newcastle as their home and played accordingly. It proved a valuable lesson.

    The 1997 Optus Cup title was followed up with the unforgettable 2001 Telstra Premiership victory. Two premierships in the first fourteen years of the Club's existence creating an enviable record, and cementing the Club's hard-won reputation as consistently one of the best in the League.

    Club History Timeline

    1988

    • Team formed under the name Newcastle Knights, so named as Knights are men of steel, and Newcastle was a steel town;
    • Entered the competition with a squad of young players building foundations for the future of the Knights;
    • Sam Stewart first Knights Captain, Allan McMahon first grade coach; Sam Stewart and Adrian Shelford played for New Zealand and Rest of the World;
    • Newcastle fans supported their new team with home games averaging 21,000 with a huge 30,000 fans for the Broncos game.

    1989

    • Signed five class players to boost the ranks including Michael Hagan and Mark Sargent
    • We're one of the best defensive sides in the competition and in contention for semifinals berth all season
    • President's Cup side was the first Knights team to make the semifinals
    • Michael Hagan was selected for Queensland State of Origin side

    1990

    • Mark Sargent was selected for NSW State of Origin and was the first Newcastle player to represent Australia, touring England and France
    • There were six Knights in the Australian train on squad
    • Competition's equal top try scorer was Ashley Gordon with fifteen

    1991

    • First grade did not fulfil expectations, reserve grade had their most successful season finishing sixth
    • David Waite took over as first grade coach
    • Newcastle won their first major championship trophy, the Nissan Sevens
    • Mark Glanville and Michael Hagan played in every match for the season
    • Mike McLean selected in Queensland State of Origin side

    1992

    • Life membership of the Club awarded to Sam Stewart
    • First semifinal appearance in first grade
    • First grade lost the major semifinal to St George 2-3 finishing fourth on the table, their most successful season to date

    1993

    • Paul Harragon represented Australia
    • Mark Sargent named Captain of City and Paul Harragon named Representative Country Rugby League Player of the Year
    • David Boyd, Michael Hagan and Marc Glanville were the first players to pass 100 first grade games
    • Club Captain Michael Hagan left the Club to play for Halifax in Great Britain
    • Reserve grade were the minor premiers and grand finalists, losing by a narrow margin 5-4 to North Sydney

    1994

    • Mark Sargent and Robbie McCormack reached their 100th first grade game for the Club
    • Reserve grade were again the minor premiers and grand finalists going down to Cronulla
    • Five players selected for Country v City Origin
    • A record number of six in the Kangaroos train on squad

    1995

    • Reserve grade won the premiership after reaching their third consecutive grand final defeating Cronulla 22-10
    • First grade also had their best result finishing equal third after being undefeated in the competition until round 10
    • New point scoring record 549 points with 92 tries
    • It was the last year for Knights faithfuls Mark Sargent, Robbie McCormack, and Brad Godden

    1996


    • Marathon Stadium hosted the ARL v Fiji test match
    • Continued presence of Knights players in the representative ranks at both state and international level
    • Paul Harragon named Dally M Prop of the Year and Country Player of the Year for the second year running

    1997

    • The Club's 10 year anniversary in the competition
    • Knights first grade win the Optus Cup v Manly on "a perfect day", the winning try being scored by Darren Albert in the final six seconds. Captained by Paul Harragon and coached by Malcolm Reilly. Final score 22-16
    • Fairytale ending to Knights careers of Marc Glanville and Adam Muir

    1998

    • A successful year ever for the Club as every grade reached the semifinals from the U16s to first grade
    • Farewelled coach Malcolm Reilly
    • Newcastle's home crowd exceeded all others in the premiership
    • Tony Butterfield earned his first "Blues" jersey
    • Ended the season on equal points with minor premiers Brisbane who won on points difference

    1999

    • NRL made it to the play off
    • Paul Harragon, one of the founding players, Club Captain since 1995, state and Australian representative, retired
    • It was an injury ridden season for first grade who used 33 players throughout the season

    2000

    • Finished outright third on the premiership table;
    • Club Captain Tony Butterfield retired after a record 229 games for the 'red and blue';
    • Life member Matthew Johns left the Club to play in England;
    • Scored more tries in the season than any other team with 126;
    • End of Warren Ryan's coaching at the Knights.

    2001

    • Andrew Johns named Captain, Bill Peden Club Captain
    • Ex-Club Captain Michael Hagan takes over as first grade coach with enormous success winning the Telstra premiership against Parramatta
    • 15,000 people at Marathon Stadium at 3.30am following the victory
    • Newcastle had a record five Australian, three State of Origin and six country representatives

    2002

    • Lost minor premiership to Warriors on points differential
    • Big year for injuries losing valuable players at critical times. Many young players step up and take responsibilities
    • Andrew Johns takes over from Brad Fittler as Australian Captain

    2003

    • Andrew Johns and Robbie O'Davis play their 200th first grade games;
    • Josh Perry becomes the latest State of Origin representative;
    • Knights beat Broncos in Brisbane for the first time;
    • Andrew Johns suffers severe neck injury;
    • Knights make semifinals for the seventh year in succession.

    2004

    • Andrew Johns suffers knee injury in round 3 and misses remainder of season
    • Danny Buderus Captains Newcastle and NSW Origin Blues in all three games
    • Knights finish 10th on the ladder, falling two spots clear of the top eight
    • Danny Buderus wins Dally M Player of the Year award
    • Danny Buderus named as Vice Captain to Darren Lockyer for Tri-Nations tournament against New Zealand and Great Britain
    • Danny Buderus captains Australian side against Great Britain through injury to Lockyer

    2005

    • Newcastle finish in last place for first time in club's history
    • Matt Gidley, Danny Buderus and Steve Simpson play Country Origin
    • Andrew Johns, Simpson and Buderus play Origin for NSW, Buderus as Captain
    • Knight's coach, Michael Hagan, coaches the Queensland Origin Squad for the 2nd successive year
    • Danny Buderus wins Dally M Hooker of the Year
    • Andrew Johns plays three games for Warrington in the UK after completion of NRL season

    2006

    • Andrew Johns played his final Test for Australia
    • Kurt Gidley selected for Country Origin
    • Danny Buderus captained the Blues for his 3rd consecutive season
    • Andrew Johns became the games all time leading point scorer
    • Newcastle end the season in 4th place on the competition ladder
    • Knights defeat Manly at home in the first week of the finals, but bow out to Brisbane the following week
    • Matthew Gidley finishes his career with Newcastle and joins English club St Helens

    2007

    • Andrew Johns announced his retirement from Rugby League
    • Danny Buderus, Kurt Gidley and Clint Newton represent Country Origin
    • Jarrod Mullen and Kurt Gidley debut for NSW along with teammates Danny Buderus and Steve Simpson
    • Knights suffer 7 straight losses from rounds 18 onwards
    • Kurt Gidley (Knights Player of the Year) earns an Australian Test Jersey against New Zealand

    2008

    • Knights finish in 9th position, just 2 points outside the NRL Top 8
    • Newcastle had defeated 5 of the final top 8 teams during season 2008, including both Grand Finalists
    • Danny Buderus finishes his NRL career with the Knights and joins Leeds in the British Super
    • Kurt Gidley, Ben Cross, Steve Simpson and Danny Buderus represent NSW
    • Kurt Gidley represents Australia in the Centenary Test and at Rugby League World Cup

    2009

    • Side finishes 7th but is knocked out in week one of the final series
    • Kurt Gidley and James McManus represent NSW
    • Kurt Gidley represents Australia in the Anzac Test and 4 Nations Tournament

    2010

    •Knights finished in 11th position
    •Kurt Gidley Captains the NSW Blues
    •Antonio Kaufusi joined the team mid season from the North Queensland Cowboys
    •Zeb Taia and Junior Sa’u represented New Zealand and Kurt Gidley represented Australia

    2011

    • Knights finished in 8th position
    • Kurt Gidley and Akuila Uate play for NSW Blues
    • Akuila Uate represents Australia, Kurt Gidley also selected but withdrew
    • Hunter Sports Group take ownership of the Newcastle Knights rugby league club by a landslide vote

    2012

    • Knights finished 12th after an indifferent first half of the season
    • Danny Buderus returned to the Club
    • Kurt Gidley suffers a season-ending shoulder injury
    • Akuila Uate and Darius Boyd play for Australia
    • Akuila Uate played 2 of 3 games for NSW, Darius Boyd played 3 games for QLD
    • Willie Mason and Dane Gagai joined the Knights midway through the season
    • Knights launched their Hall of Fame; inducting Allan McMahon, Paul Harragon, Matt Gidley, Andrew Johns and Michael Hagan
    • Zeb Taia, Evarn Tuimavave, Kyle O'Donnell, Wes Naiqama, Joel Edwards and Junior Sa'u bid farewell at season's end
    • Chris Houston, Tyrone Roberts, Kevin Naiqama, Robbie Rochow, Marvin Filipo and Will Smith re-signed with the Knights
    • Timana Tahu reclaimed the top try-scoring record
    • Akuila Uate was named Dally M Winger of the Year
    • Chris Houston named Knights Player of the Year

    2013

    • Knights finished 4th, defeated by the Sydney Roosters in a Preliminary Final
    • Scored 100 tries in a season for the first time since 2006
    • On average gained more metres per game than any other Club
    • Joseph Leilua scored the second-most tries by a Knight in their Club debut season
    • James McManus represented NSW and Darius Boyd represented QLD
    • Tyrone Roberts and Robbie Rochow didn't miss a game all season
    • Eight players took part in the World Cup
    • Danny Buderus became the most capped Knights player, breaking Andrew Johns' record in Round 22
    • Neville Costigan, Kevin Naiqama, Peter Mata'utia, Tonga Likiliki bid farewell at season's end
    • Darius Boyd was named NRL Player of the Year

    2014

    • NRL finished in 12th position after a difficult season
    Alex McKinnon suffered a devastating spinal injury
    • Beau Scott was named NRL Player of the Year
    • NSW Cup made the Grand Final, losing to Penrith
    • NYC won the Holden Cup minor premiership, but went on to be defeated in week two of the finals
    • Robbie Rochow and Tyrone Roberts played in every game, both for the second season in a row
    • Matt Hilder and Anthony Quinn retired, while Willie Mason, Adam Cuthbertson, Michael Dobson and Josh Mantellato bid farewell at season's end
    • Ownership of the Club changed, with the NRL taking charge
    • CEO Matt Gidley signed on for an additional two years
    • Danny Buderus, Mark Sargent and Tony Butterfield inducted into the Knights Hall of Fame

    2015

    • Knights finished 16th
    • Knights were 2015 NSW Cup premiers, beating the Wyong Roos 20-10 in the Grand Final.
    • Dane Gagai made his Queensland Origin debut
    • Danny Buderus took over as interim coach following the departure of Rick Stone
    • Kurt Gidley became the most capped captain and the Club's second most capped player (251) before departing the NRL to play next season in the English Super League
    • David Fa'alogo and Clint Newton retired while Tyrone Roberts, Beau Scott, Adam Clydsdale and Carlos Tuimavave departed the Club at season's end
    • Danny Levi was named for the second time in the Holden Cup Team of the Year
    • Nathan Brown was appointed as head coach for season 2016

    2016

    • Knights finished 16th
    • Knights finished 12th in the Intrust Super Premiership and 9th in the Holden Cup
    • Jarrod Mullen reached the milestone of 200 games for the Knights in Round 3, while Jeremy Smith reached 200 first grade matches in Round 8 and Dane Gagai reached 100 first grade matches in Round 11 and 100 first grade matches for the Knights in Round 20.
    • David Bhana, Jaelen Feeney, Pat Mata’utia, Daniel Saifiti, Jacob Saifiti, Cory Denniss, Will Pearsall, Josh King, Brock Lamb, Jack Cogger and Dylan Phythian all made their first grade debuts in 2016, while Trent Hodkinson, Pauli Pauli, Mickey Paea, Mitch Barnett and Brendan Elliot made their Club debuts.
    • Jeremy Smith, Kade Snowden and James McManus retired, while Robbie Rochow departed the Club at season’s end.
    • Dane Gagai won the Danny Buderus NRL Player of the Year Award, while Daniel Saifiti won the hotly contested Rookie of the Year Award.
    • Dane Gagai made three appearances for the Queensland Origin side, scoring four tries

     

     

  • All five Hall of Fame members have made immeasurable contributions to the Newcastle Knights Rugby League Club in their roles as players, coaches and/or administrators.

    Gidley, a local Newcastle product, wore the red and blue on 221 occasions and was a key member of the Knights’ Grand Final winning team in 2001. A powerful and skilled centre, Gidley scored 68 tries for his hometown Club. Gidley is also the Knights’ current CEO of the Club.

    Hagan, a clever five-eighth, played for Newcastle 111 times between 1989 and 1993 and was an integral part in building the Club culture in the early days of the Knights. Hagan took over the coaching reigns at his former Club in 2001. He guided the Knights to a Grand Final victory in his first season in charge and was at the helm of the Club for 154 matches between 2001 and 2006.

    Harragon played a total of 169 matches during a sensational career for his hometown Club. The heroic prop’s crowning glory in the red and blue was captaining the Knights to the 1997 Premiership, where they defeated the Manly Sea Eagles 22-16 in a dramatic Grand Final. 

    Arguably one of the greatest players of all time, Johns played for the Knights a record 249 times and still holds the Club record for most career points with 2,176. Johns was a standout performer in the Club’s two Premiership wins in 1997 and 2001 and was awarded the Clive Churchill Medal for man-of-the-match in the 2001 Grand Final.

    McMahon was the Knights’ coach during their inaugural season in 1988 was in charge of the Club for 83 games. McMahon built a team full of local junior talent and instilled a set of standards that the Club has continued to build upon. He laid the foundations for the proud and passionate culture that still resonates throughout the Club today.

    Buderus captained Newcastle, NSW and Australia, won the 2001 NRL premiership with the Knights and in 2004 won the Dally M Medal as rugby league’s best and fairest player. Returning to the Knights in 2012 for a second stint after three years in England with Leeds Rhinos, Buderus retired at the end of 2013 as the most capped player in Knights history with 257 games to his name in an NRL career that spanned 14 seasons.

    Butterfield established as one of the most relentless and tough forwards Club’s formative early years. Overcoming a series of injuries early in his career, the flint-hard front-rower went on to partner prop Paul Harragon in the team’s famous ARL grand final victory over Manly in 1997, and represented NSW and City Origin while wearing blue and red. A two-time Player of the Year (1988, 1996) and Players’ Player of the Year (1996, 1997), and member of the Club’s 20-Year Team named in 1997, he captained the Knights in his final two seasons and went within a game of leading them to the 2000 grand final.

    The skillful, mobile prop became the Club’s first Australian Test representative when he toured with the 1990 Kangaroos, then in 1992 returned to England at the end of the season with Australia’s triumphant World Cup squad. A NSW, City and Country representative, Sargent played 126 games in seven seasons with the Knights and in 1997 was named as a member of the Club’s 20-Year Team. Sargent succeeded great mate Michael Hagan as captain in 1994, continuing in that role until a knee injury prematurely ended his Knights playing career midway through 1995.

     

    The Newcastle Knights announced the launch of the Newcastle Knights Aggreko Hall of Fame as the cornerstone of the Club's 25th year celebrations.

    The Knights newly formed Advisory Board felt the formation of a Hall of Fame was an appropriate way to celebrate the Club's 25 year history which has featured premiership wins in 1997 and 2001.

    The key objectives of the Hall of Fame were to acknowledge former greats of the Club and their contribution to the Knights both on and of the field in a region so rich in rugby league culture.

    The Hall of Fame is supported by the Newcastle Herald and NBN, which provided an opportunity for the Knights huge supporter base to contribute with their vote on the top 25 players in its first year.

    These top 25 players were announced to coincide with the Knights opening game of the Club's 25th year against the St George Illawarra Dragons on March 1, 2012.

    The selection panel then reduced the list to a top 10 which was announced on Friday Match 16, 2012 at the Knights game against the Brisbane Broncos.

    The Knights held a Hall of Fame and 25 year anniversary dinner on April 4, 2012 where five founding members were inducted into the Hall of Fame.

    To be eligible for nomination players and coaches must be retired.

    The Hall of Fame selection committee will nominate up to two inductees each year.

    Michael HILL (committee spokesman)
    Long-serving former Knights chairman, former NSW Sheffield Shield cricketer, retired solicitor, who along with fellow Hall of Fame selection committee member Leigh Maughan led the push for Newcastle's inclusion in the NSW Rugby League premiership.

    Leigh MAUGHAN
    Knights founding father, former marketing manager and club director, outspoken former television and radio sports commentator for NBN and most Newcastle radio stations, passionate Knights supporter.

    Allan BELL
    Foundation coaching director at the Knights alongside inaugural coach Allan McMahon, and his successor David Waite. Former assistant coach to Warren Ryan at Newtown and long-time confidant of four-time premiership-winning Wests Tigers and former Canberra Raiders coach Tim Sheens.

    Brett KEEBLE
    Newcastle Herald Rugby League and Sports Reporter who has covered the Knights for the Herald since 1992, including the premiership-winning years of 1997 and 2001 and all the highs and lows.

    Mike RABBITT
    The face of TV sport in Newcastle. Long-time NBN Televison sports presenter, commentator and marketing manager, who used to call every Knights home game for NBN.

     

     

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    NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS PLAYER NUMBERS - 1988 TO PRESENT

    1. David Boyd
    2. Tony Butterfield
    3. Glen Frendo
    4. Gavin Hanrahan
    5. Michael McKeirnan
    6. Glenn Miller
    7. Brian Quinton
    8. Sam Stewart
    9. Robbie Tew
    10. David Thorne
    11. Tony Townsend
    12. Steve Walters
    13. Rod Whitaker
    14. Scott Carter
    15. Peter Malcolm
    16. George Mann
    17. Tea Ropati
    18. Steve Fulmer
    19. Tony Kemp
    20. Scott Seamer
    21. Brett Shore
    22. Troy Clarke
    23. James Goulding
    24. Jeff Doyle
    25. Robbie McCormack
    26. Marc Glanville
    27. Michael Reid
    28. Greg Hayward
    29. Graeme Foster
    30. Adrian Shelford
    31. Charlie McAlister
    32. Darren Meredith
    33. John Crooks
    34. Adrian Bubb
    35. Paul Harragon
    36. Darren Forward
    37. Michael Hagan
    38. Peter Johnston
    39. Mark Sargent
    40. Gary Wurth
    41. John Allanson
    42. Arnold Krewanty
    43. Dairi Kovae
    44. Dean Carney
    45. Richard Clarke
    46. Ashley Gordon
    47. Tony Herman
    48. Paul Marquet
    49. David Mullane
    50. Shane Christensen
    51. Adrian Brunker
    52. Marty Crequer
    53. Matthew Rodwell
    54. Graham Settree
    55. Todd Anderson
    56. Max Chapman
    57. Steve Linnane
    58. Mike McLean
    59. Jason Hoogerworf
    60. John Schuster
    61. Dave Woods
    62. Wayne Richards
    63. Rod Shoesmith
    64. Steve Crowe
    65. Jason Edwards
    66. Brad Godden
    67. Peter Graham
    68. Robbie O'Davis
    69. Jamie Ainscough
    70. Adam Muir
    71. Shane Mackley
    72. Rodney Howe
    73. Matthew Johns
    74. Jason Martin
    75. Andrew Johns
    76. Logan Campbell
    77. David Smith
    78. Tim Maddison
    79. Andrew Tangata-Toa
    80. Nathan Barnes
    81. Russell Wyer
    82. Darren Treacy
    83. Robbie Ross
    84. Michael Eagar
    85. Stuart Collins
    86. Bill Peden
    87. Shane Vincent
    88. Brett Grogan
    89. Craig Kimmorley
    90. Chris Joynt
    91. Owen Craigie
    92. Brett Kimmorley
    93. Scott Conley
    94. Darren Albert
    95. Glenn Grief
    96. Andrew Hodge
    97. Lee Jackson
    98. Matthew Gidley
    99. Keith Beauchamp
    100. Troy Fletcher
    101. Leo Dynevor
    102. Adam MacDougall
    103. Danny Buderus
    104. Jason Moodie
    105. Brett Clements
    106. Evan Cochrane
    107. Jarrod O'Doherty
    108. Mark Hughes
    109. Daniel Smailes
    110. Neil Piccinelli
    111. Peter Shiels
    112. Jason Allen
    113. Mick Jenkins
    114. David Lomax
    115. Aaron Grainger
    116. Sean Rudder
    117. Brock Mueller
    118. Grant Stuart
    119. Lenny Beckett
    120. Steve Walters
    121. Clinton O'Brien
    122. Jason Temu
    123. Greg Smith
    124. Chris Mandalidis
    125. Shane O'Grady
    126. Steve Simpson
    127. Juston Holbrook
    128. Timana Tahu
    129. Paul Tauhihi
    130. Ben Kennedy
    131. Matt Parson
    132. David Fairleigh
    133. Justin Ryder
    134. Ben Donaldson
    135. Ben MacDougall
    136. Daniel Abraham
    137. Josh Perry
    138. Julian Bailey
    139. Clint Newton
    140. Matt Jobson
    141. John Morris
    142. James Wynne
    143. Kurt Gidley
    144. Anthony Quinn
    145. Trent Estatheo
    146. Adam Woolnough
    147. Luke Quigley
    148. Daniel Quinn
    149. Neil Sweeney
    150. Josh Smith
    151. Todd Bates
    152. Matthew Kennedy
    153. Craig Hall
    154. Andrew Price
    155. Reegan Tanner
    156. Blake Mueller
    157. Gavin Quinn
    158. Todd Lowrie
    159. Michael Ennis
    160. Russell Richardson
    161. David Seage
    162. George Carmont
    163. Jamie Fitzgerald
    164. Michael Young
    165. Riley Brown
    166. Steve Witt
    167. Daniel Tolar
    168. Kevin Henderson
    169. Dane Tilse
    170. Kirk Reynoldson
    171. Dustin Cooper
    172. Kade Snowden
    173. Matthew White
    174. Brade Tighe
    175. Brendan Worth
    176. Craig Smith
    177. Trent Salkeld
    178. Dane Campbell
    179. Jarrod Mullen
    180. Milton Thaiday
    181. Kurt Hancock
    182. Brian Carney
    183. Luke Davico
    184. Chris Bailey
    185. Nathan Hinton
    186. James McManus
    187. Todd Polglase
    188. Terence Seu Seu
    189. Cory Paterson
    190. Jesse Royal
    191. Mark Taufua
    192. Steve Gordon
    193. Marvin Karawana
    194. Cooper Vuna
    195. Luke MacDougall
    196. Mitchell Sargent
    197. Luke Walsh
    198. Zeb Taia
    199. Scott Dureau
    200. Richard Fa'aoso
    201. Matt Hilder
    202. Chris Houston
    203. Wes Naiqama
    204. Danny Wicks
    205. Cameron Ciraldo
    206. Keith Lulia
    207. Ben Cross
    208. Junior Sa'u
    209. Akuila Uate
    210. Isaac De Gois
    211. Ben Rogers
    212. Tim Natusch
    213. George Ndaira
    214. Shannon McDonnell
    215. Constantine Mika
    216. Sione Tovo
    217. Evarn Tuimavave
    218. Joel Edwards
    219. Antonio Kaufusi
    220. Kevin Naiqama
    221. Neville Costigan
    222. Beau Henry
    223. Tyrone Roberts
    224. Steve Southern
    225. Marvin Filipo
    226. Peter Mata'utia
    227. Ryan Stig
    228. Zane Tetevano
    229. Siuatonga Likiliki
    230. Darius Boyd
    231. Adam Cuthbertson
    232. Alex McKinnon
    233. Willie Mason
    234. Chris Adams
    235. Dane Gagai
    236. Kyle O'Donnell
    237. Robbie Rochow
    238. Beau Scott
    239. Jeremy Smith
    240. Travis Waddell
    241. David Fa'alogo
    242. Korbin Sims
    243. Joseph Leilua
    244. Adam Clydsdale
    245. Josh Mantellato
    246. Craig Gower
    247. Michael Dobson
    248. Matt Minto
    249. Jake Mamo
    250. Joseph Tapine
    251. Paterika Vaivai
    252. Chanel Mata'utia
    253. Sione Mata'utia
    254. Tyler Randell
    255. Jack Stockwell
    256. Tariq Sims
    257. Chad Redman
    258. Sam Mataora
    259. Carlos Tuimavave
    260. Danny Levi
    261. Lachlan Fitzgibbon
    262. Nathan Ross
    263. David Bhana
    264. Jaelen Feeney
    265. Trent Hodkinson
    266. Pat Mata'utia
    267. Pauli Pauli
    268. Daniel Saifiti
    269. Jacob Saifiti
    270. Cory Denniss
    271. Mickey Paea
    272. Will Pearsall
    273. Josh King
    274. Brock Lamb
    275. Jack Cogger
    276. Mitch Barnett
    277. Brendan Elliot
    278. Dylan Phythian

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