In his first season wearing red and blue, Chris Randall became one of the clubs most consistent players in the Canterbury Cup.
Joining the team on a fulltime development contract at the beginning of the year, Randall made 19 appearances in reserve grade, where he was almost always a top performer for his side.
The 23-year-old began the year shifting between five-eighth and halfback, before eventually finding a home at hooker.
The crafty No.9 was dynamic out of dummy half, adding another dimension to the Knights attack and providing quality service to the likes of Phoenix Crossland and Tex Hoy.
Randall went on to finish the season with four tries, seven try assists and eight line-break assists. He also managed to keep his tackle efficiency at nearly 90%.
With a full season now behind him, Randall will no doubt have both first grade regular Connor Watson and new recruit Jayden Brailey looking over their shoulder.