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  • Knights support Castle Morning Tea

    Knights support Castle Morning Tea

    “One of the benefits of doing this as a job is that you get to give back to the people and Newcastle,” said Dylan Phythian.

  • MHF a cause close to the Knights

    MHF a cause close to the Knights

    Sunday was a big day for the nib Newcastle Knights, as former player Mark Hughes joined the Club in Beanie for Brain Cancer Round.

  • Knights fundraise for Vinnnies

    Knights fundraise for Vinnnies

    The Knights are proud to announce the Indigenous jersey auction has raised more than $5,000 for the St Vincent de Paul Society NSW.

  • Knights don beanies for good cause

    Knights don beanies for good cause

    This weekend the nib Newcastle Knights encourage supporters to buy a beanie or wear one to Sunday’s game for the Beanie for Brain Cancer Round.

  • Newcastle coaching workshop

    Newcastle coaching workshop

    The nib Newcastle Knights in conjunction with the NRL hosted a first of it's kind coaching workshop for junior league coaches at Townson Oval on Monday night.

  • Indigenous Jersey Auction

    Indigenous Jersey Auction

    The Knights have commenced an auction of all of the match worn jerseys from Sunday's Indigenous Round match.

  • Vinnies meet the Knights

    Vinnies meet the Knights

    “We are all about giving a hand up instead of a hand out and educating the community on what’s best for Aboriginal people," Owen Craigie said.

  • McDonald’s Future Champions

    McDonald’s Future Champions

    The McDonald’s Future Champions Junior Club Program helps to improve the health and wellbeing of Australian children.

  • Starling's helping hand at Kirinari Hostel

    Starling's helping hand at Kirinari Hostel

    This week Knights TV got a tour inside the hostel to see the great work done with Indigenous kids, with a little help from Josh Starling.

  • Knights' Deadly Skills

    Knights' Deadly Skills

    “I was taught from my old boy that football doesn’t last forever and education is important,” Jaelen Feeney said.