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Today the Club farewells Tyler Randell, who was with the nib Newcastle Knights since 2007.

As a local junior, Randell played in the Knights Harold Matts side and worked his way through the ranks to make his NRL debut with the Club in 2014.

The hard-working and versatile utility, who notched up 44 NRL games for the Knights, made his first NRL appearance for 2017 in Round 10 against the Canberra Raiders and was part of the Knights second win for the season.

The 25-year-old went on to play four more NRL matches for the season with the rest of his time spent in Reserve Grade where he averaged 29 tackles per game.

Randell has now moved to England on a two-year deal with English Super League outfit Wakefield Trinity.

Nathan Ross said he was privileged to have played with Tyler during his time at the Club.

“Tyler was always one of the fittest and hardest working players you’d come across in the squad,” he said.

“Once he gets a goal, he really goes for it and I think that’s awesome.

“Tyler is a very softly spoken family man off the field.”