There were plenty of great tries from the Knights in the 2015 season, but a few in particular stuck out to the playing group.
Not many of them were flashy four-pointers involving flick passes or 50 metre runs - the majority were memorable because they marked a milestone or proved to be the turning point in a game.
Kurt Gidley's try against the Bulldogs
It came in his 250th game for the Club and it was his 81st NRL try. It didn't quite win the game for the red and blues, but it was a brilliant way for the skipper to sign off at Hunter Stadium.
"It probably wasn't the longest in metres, but it was great to see Kurt score a try on his 250th and Old Boys Day," Chris Houston said.
Jeremy Smith's late winner against the Titans
Smith doesn't score too many tries, but this one against the Gold Coast Titans in Round 4 was invaluable for the team.
Trailing by two points with only seconds left on the clock, Smith received a short pass from Adam Clydsdale at dummy-half to stroll over the line.
"It was a tough night up there, so it was good to get the win in the last couple of seconds of the game," Smith said.
Jake Mamo's superhuman effort against the Sharks
It was the moment that Knights fans will remember for years to come, as young fullback Mamo came out of nowhere to prod his own kick back into play and give Carlos Tuimavave an easy try.
"It was a great effort from Jake, it was a shame that we didn't win that game but it was certainly a great try," James McManus said.