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When comparing the Knights' stats from their game against the Sharks to the game before that against the Raiders, big improvements were made in most key areas.

If not for that critical seven minute period when they conceded three rapid-fire tries, the red and blues would have come away with the win thanks to a high set completion rate and tackle accuracy.

The Knights recorded their highest set completion of 2015 on Sunday afternoon with 88.6% - that figure would be impressive from any team.

The side also made six less handling errors than in the game against the Raiders, but conceded two more penalties that in the end proved very costly.

Another interesting stat can be found in the amount of tackles that halves Carlos Tuimavave and Kurt Gidley made.

They were obviously targeted by the Sharks forwards as they both racked up more than 20 tackles, but the two playmakers were also more than up to the task with 100% tackle accuracy.

Tuimavave's energetic playing style can also be seen in the numbers, as he made 4 offloads, 3 tackle breaks and 66 metres from running the ball.


Try Assists: 4 (1 more than last week)
Offloads: 10 (2 more than last week)
Linebreaks: 3 (1 more than last week)
Tackles Made: 318 (29 less than last week)
Tackles Missed: 20 (3 more than last week)
Total Runs: 161 (17 more than last week)
Metres Run: 1509 (129 more than last week)
Kicks: 21 (7 more than last week)
Possession: 47% (2 less than last week)
Errors: 5 (6 less than last week)
Penalties Conceded: 7 (2 more than last week)
Set Completion: 88.6% (18.9 more than last week)


Jake Mamo: 177 metres
Sione Mata'utia: 148 metres
Kade Snowden: 128 metres


Korbin Sims: 37
Tariq Sims: 32
Tyler Randell: 30


Carlos Tuimavave: 100% (25/25)
Beau Scott: 100% (24/24)
Kurt Gidley: 100% (21/21)


Kade Snowden: 4
Jake Mamo: 3
Carlos Tuimavave: 3


Carlos Tuimavave: 4
Beau Scott: 2
Robbie Rochow: 1