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These are the numbers that matter.

While stats can't tell you everything, they do paint a very telling picture.

These are the numbers that matter.

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The amount of tackles Danny Levi made. Boasting a 95.9% tackle efficiency, the number nine was far from a turnstile on the paddock.


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The amount of try assists Josh King delivered. In arguably his best performance of the season, King slotted a perfect ball for Daniel Saifiti, setting up the Knights only try in the second half.

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King made 27 tackles and ran for 97 metres in a 52 minute stint which included the try assist and a line break assist.

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Shaun Kenny-Dowall's run metres. The winger topped the pack and was down for a tough run out of yardage if needed.

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The number of troops we lost to injury.

Lachlan Fitzgibbon was ruled out due to a head knock in the first half, while Connor Watson injured his groin in the second.


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The amount of NRL appearances Nick Meaney now has under his belt. Also, the amount of points he collected against the Sharks.

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The amount of metres middleman Mitch Barnett ran for. Not only was he close second for total run metres for the Knights, he topped the table for post-contact with 58, proving to be a handful for Sharks defence.