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Edrick Lee's Knights debut

The winger was electric against his former side in Round 1.

The Cronulla Sharks threw plenty at the Knights but Lee refused to buckle.

That run on repeat

He had the measure of his opposite edge.

Lee produced a remarkable three try saving tackles and scored a length of the field try to cap off a stellar Club debut.

So impressive, the winger was voted players' player following the 14-8 victory.

Ramien gives back

Earlier in the month, Jesse Ramien pent his day off visiting Dungog Public School.

During this visit, he reunited with a former teacher and helped NRL development officers deliver the 'Tackle bullying' program to students.

Klemmer kicks Knights career off with a bang

David Klemmer's first outing in the red and blue was superb.

The big man led the charge against a big Cronulla pack, running for 218 metres.

He made 91 metres post-contact and 33 tackles.

Not bad for a 65 minute stint. 

Kalyn's magical pass

It was a thing of beauty.

Much has been made of Ponga's move to five-eighth but there's no denying his ball playing ability.

Watch: Ponga + Lee = Magic

The No.6 produced a superb piece of play against Penrith in Round 2.

Taking on the line, Ponga delivered a perfectly timed long ball to his winger Edrick Lee to set up a try.

While the Knights lost the game 16-14, the try assist was a highlight of the match.

Jesse gets early ball

Right edge shows promise for Knights

The Knights were on the wrong end of the scoreline against Canberra but Jesse Ramien was impressive. 

His try was spectacular.

A big fend on Jack Wighton put Ramien into space before he took on fullback Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad for the line. 

Aside from the try, the centre made 127 metres from 10 carries, a line break and 11 tackles with no misses.