We want to know which moment inspired you most.
The month of May started in fine fashion and ended that way too.
Cast your vote in the poll below for the nib Inspiring moment of the month:
PEARCE’S KICKING GAME
Against the Warriors in Round 8, Mitchell Pearce was unstoppable.
Not only was the halfback’s running game on point but his kicking game was pin-point accurate.
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His boot created two tries.
The first was a cross-field kick from 35 metres out to Shaun Kenny-Dowall.
The winger flew high and plucked the kick from the sky to score a first-half try.
In the second half, Pearce targeted his other wing.
This time, Edrick Lee tapped back the kick for an unmarked Hymel Hunt to score and seal the win against the Warriors.
PONGA BREAKS FORAN’S ANKLE
It was the exclamation mark on the victory against the Bulldogs.
With the Knights ahead by six, the game was in the balance.
That was until Kalyn Ponga put it beyond doubt.
Taking on the line, he sucked Kieran Foran in and produced one of his infamous steps and the gap opened up.
Flicking the switch from 0-100, Ponga zipped past Foran and through the line to score a dazzling try in Magic Round.
MUDGEE VICTORY OVER THE DRAGONS
It was 45-12. An incredible performance from our men.
The only time the Dragons posted points against the Knights was while Kurt Mann was in the sin bin.
With 13 men on the paddock, the boys were unbreakable.
The victory not only pushed the Club into the top 8 but doubled as Nathan Brown's 100th victory as an NRL coach.
FEASTING ON ROOSTER AT HOME
After three weeks on the road, the Knights returned to McDonald Jones Stadium.
In front of a packed house, the Knights put on a show against the Roosters.
The performance was magical.
Beating last year’s premiers 38-12, Mitchell Pearce was unstoppable.
If there’s a more beautiful sight than Pearce kissing the Knights emblem, we don’t want to know about it.