In 2019, newcastleknights.com.au will be awarding our own 3, 2, 1 each week.
We’ll keep tally as we rank the performances of our troops throughout the season.
Knights enforcer David Klemmer holds onto the top spot in the rankings but Jesse Ramien is making a climb for the top.
Here’s how the nib Newcastle Knights look after Round 5.
3 - David Klemmer
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The forward leader continues to produce.
A leader by actions, Klemmer played 67 minutes with 140 metres and four tackle breaks.
He made 37 tackles with only one ineffective tackle to his name.
2 - Jesse Ramien
The centre was voted the players' player following Saturday's loss.
Ramien had an incredible 9 tackle breaks.
With almost 100 running metres to his name, the 21-year-old made 17 tackles and zero errors.
As he continues to see more ball, his impact will increase.
1 - Kalyn Ponga
He made the most metres of any player on the field.
Running for 168 metres, the fullback made six tackle breaks and set up a try.
The people’s power rankings:
Last week you voted Ponga 3, Klemmer 2 and Hunt 1.
Vote in the poll below for who you thought was our best player in Round 5.