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Tyrone Roberts was involved in just about everything against the Melbourne Storm on Monday night.

In the first half he registered a try and a try-assist, while in the second stanza he kept the Storm pinned on their own line with a series of outstanding kicks.

While halves partner Kurt Gidley was arguably just as good with his try and 31 tackles, it was Roberts that provided the X-factor that the Knights needed to get over the line.


. 80 minutes
. 1 try
. 1 try-assist
. 3 runs
. 73 metres
. 19 tackles
. 95% tackle accuracy