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We want to know which moment inspired you most.

While the season has started slow, we finished the month in fine fashion.

There's still plenty to be excited about.

Cast your vote in the poll below for the nib Inspiring moment of the month: 


It was a piece of brilliance.

April NIB Inspiring Moment

In the Knights’ Round 4 clash with the Dragons, Kalyn Ponga made his return to fullback.

With all eyes on the No.1, the man of the moment stood tall.

Attacking the Dragons’ line, an offload out the back from Tim Glasby to David Klemmer saw Ponga weigh-up the situation.

A magical bullet ball to the wing of an unmarked Edrick Lee delivered points for the Knights.

The fans may love Ponga’s running game but his passing game is equally as potent.


Put this on repeat

It was perhaps his best game in a red and blue jersey.

Mitchell Pearce could do no wrong when the Knights hosted the Eels in Round 7.

His kicking game was superb, his running game brilliant and his defence was stronger than ever.

Pearce goes solo and delivers

Not only did the halfback set a try up for Lachlan Fitzgibbon off the back of a perfectly weighted grubber kick but he took the defence head on with a solo try to seal the game.

He was awarded the ANZAC medal for best player on ground and rightfully so.


Scott Dureau. His words. His story

It was an evening for Scott Dureau.

The former Knights halfback and Jersey Flegg coach is currently undergoing chemotherapy.

Having had six tumours on his brain removed, it was discovered that the cancer had spread to his liver.

Earlier in the month, the Knights and Men of League joined forced to throw the champion bloke a gala dinner in a bid to raise money for him and his family.

The event and various other donations from the public raised $148,000 for the Dureau family.