We want to know which moment inspired you most.
The month of June saw a big showing against South Sydney, a win at home against the Broncos and some rep footy too.
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nib Inspiring Moment of the Month: June
D SAF TAKES IT TO SOUTHS
With David Klemmer sidelined with a wrist injury, the Knights travelled to Sydney to face the Rabbitohs in need of an enforcer.
They didn’t have to look any further than 23-year-old Daniel Saifiti.
The big man took it to the Souths pack.
He led with his actions and rattled the opposition on several occasions.
While the game got heated at one point which resulted with four men heading to the sin-bin, Saifiti put his stamp on the game and the team.
RAMIEN STEAMROLLS BOYD
Supporters, critics and experts alike have been calling for Jesse Ramien to see more early ball.
In Round 15 he got just that.
And he delivered with authority.
Shaping up against Brisbane veteran Darius Boyd one on one, the centre steamrolled over the top of the fullback turned five-eighth before turning another man inside out.
Ramien then sealed the deal when he delivered an offload to Mason Lino who loomed in support and sealed the match 26-12
Victory Walk with Klem
SIONE MAKES MEMORIES
This is proof the smallest gesture can have the biggest impact.
Following a devastating loss to Melbourne, Sione Mata’utia took to the Knights supporter bay to pose for photos with the supporters before gifting his headgear to one lucky young man.
The lucky recipient is named Max.
His father took to social media to applaud Mata’utia for creating a lifelong memory.
He posted: A big thankyou from Max to Sione. You made Max's day.. He was stunned to receive your headgear.. He asked if you needed it back for the next game as he was concerned that you wouldn't get to play.. Then told me that it was very sweaty... 😀 Max also wanted to get out on the field to help out as we were behind. Well done Knights you are truly a family club like no other. Max is a true loyal supporter and hasn't waived at the possibility of following another team when taunted by rival supporters.. Red and Blue thru and thru......... Go Knights!
D SAF MAKES BLUES DEBUT
With David Klemmer sidelined, Brad Fittler needed someone to carry NSW forward.
He had his man in Daniel Saifiti.
The young Knight was rock solid in his Origin debut.
He looked like he belonged.
Taking the first carry with the series in the balance, the big unit made the most of his 33 minutes.
Saifiti had eight carries and ran for 100 metres.
He picked up 25 metres post-contact, one tackle break and made 15 tackles.
He was given a job and he executed it.
Now, he’s an Origin player.
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