We want to know which moment inspired you!

The winner will be awarded at the nib Newcastle Knights' 2019 Danny Buderus Medal awards night. 

With standout moments on and away from the field, we've pulled together a short list of the inspiring moments from the year. 

Vote in the poll below:

BEST GETS HIS FIRST

It was his first game at McDonald Jones Stadium and he showed he belongs in first grade.

In his second top grade game, Bradman Best put a right-hand fend on Kallum Watkins to score against the Titans on Old Boys Day.

NIGHT WITH A KNIGHT

It was an evening for Scott Dureau.

The former Knights halfback and Jersey Flegg had six tumours on his brain removed, when it was discovered that the cancer had spread to his liver late last year.

So, earlier this season, 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.

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.

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.

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.