Players who made less than 10 appearances for the Club

We’ve gone deep into the archives for this list.

In a blast from the past, we’ve looked at every Newcastle Knights player who made less than 10 top grade appearances for the Club.

Can you name them all?

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Below is every player who fell short of double digits in the red and blue:

Steve Walters

After a successful career in Canberra and North Queensland, the hooker joined the Knights in 1999.

A Test and Origin representative, Walter played seven games for the Knights before hanging up the boots.

Gavin Hanrahan

An outside back, Hanrahan started his career with Balmain in 1984 where he played 35 games before moving to the Knights for their inaugural season.

He made nine appearances in 1988.

Jacob Gagan

The former Sharks winger made his NRL debut in 2014 but joined the Knights in 2017 where he played one game.

Anthony Tupou

A former Test and Origin star, the backrower played over 200 first grade games but only managed four due to injury when he joined the Knights in his swansong season in 2017.

Tyrone Amey

The prop made his NRL debut for the Knights in 2017, playing in the final game of the season.

Nick Meaney

The fullback-winger made his NRL debut for the Knights in 2018.

He made five appearances and is now playing for the Bulldogs.

Robbie Tew

The halfback moved from Queensland to link with the Knights in 1988.

He scored the side's first ever points in a 28-4 NSWRL loss against Parramatta.

In his seven games, he kicked 14 goals.

Rod Whitaker

A winger from Cessnock, Whitaker played in the Club’s first ever match and finished the season, and his Knights career, with five games in first grade.

Peter Malcolm

He debuted in the Club’s second game but unfortunately the hooker only featured in two games.

JJ Collins

A former Tiger, the prop joined the Knights mid-season in 2018 where he made two appearances.

George Mann

A Tonga and New Zealand international, the forward made his professional debut in 1988, playing eight games for the Knights before moving to England where he had a successful career with St Helens and Leeds.

Brett Kimmorley

The former Australia and NSW Origin half made his NRL debut for the Knights in 1995, playing six games for one try across two seasons.

Mick Jenkins

The forward played three games for the Knights in 1998 before finishing his career with Hull FC in the Super League.

Andrew Hodge

A winger who played for the Gold Coast in 1995, Hodge joined the Knights in 1996 for two appearances.

Brock Mueller

The backrower debuted for the Knights in 1998 and played six games across two seasons.

Tea Ropati

Another New Zealand international, the centre played two games for the Knights in 1988.

Scott Seamer

He debuted in Round 3 of the 1988 season, playing two first grade games.

Troy Clarke

An outside back, Clarke played seven games for the Knights across two seasons before moving to the Bulldogs.

Marvin Filipo

A backrower, the New Zealander debuted for the Knights in 2011 and made four appearances across two seasons.

Siuatonga Likiliki

The outside back is a former New Zealand Warriors who joined the Knights in 2011. He played two games.

Chris Adams

The hooker debuted in 2012 and played three games that season. After four years out of the NRL, Adams was signed from the local Newcastle league in 2016 where he played five games for a total of eight NRL games.

Kyle O'Donnell

The backrower is a Junior Kangaroos rep who made his debut in 2012 with one game to his name. He left the Knights for Penrith and later Canberra.

Michael Reid

A hooker, Reid debuted for the Bulldogs in 1987 before joining the Knights the following year.

In his two seasons with the Club, Reid played three games.

Greg Hayward

The backrower made three appearances in the Club’s inaugural season.

Graeme Foster

He played one game on the wing for the Knights in 1988.

Adrian Shelford

The forward joined the Knights from Wigan and made five appearances in 1988. He also represented New Zealand that year.

Charlie McAlister

He played one game in the centres for the Knights in 1988. He then moved to England and played rugby union.

Josh Mantellato

An Italian international winger, Mantellato played one game in 2013 where he scored a try on debut and another the following season before moving to Hull KR.

Craig Gower

A former Australian and NSW Origin representative playmaker, Gower joined the Knights in 2013 where he played six games.

Darren Meredith

Starting his career with Canterbury in 1985, the outside back joined the Raiders for two years before linking with the Knights. He played two games for the Club in 1988.

John Crooks

He played two games for the Club in 1988.

Adrian Bubb

The prop played one game for the Club in their inaugural season.

Darren Forward

The prop made four appearances for the Club across the 1988-89 seasons.

Nathan Hinton

A Newcastle local, Hinton debuted in 2006 where he made seven appearances across two seasons.

Dane Tilse

A veteran of over 200 games for Canberra, the prop got his start in the NRL with the Knights in 2004 where he played three games.

Brendan Worth

The prop debuted for the Knights in 2005 where he played six games before moving to Penrith.

Kevin Henderson

A Scotland international, the backrower made his debut for the Knights in 2004 where he played four games before moving to England where he had a successful career.

Russell Richardson

A former Cronulla and South Sydney back, Richardson joined the Knights with over 100 top grade games to his name in 2004. He played seven games in the red and blue.

Arnold Krewanty

The PNG international winger played two games for the Knights in 1989.

Dairi Kovae

A Papua New Guinean, the winger played eight games and scored one try.

Dean Carney

The outside back who debuted for Cronulla in 1983, he joined the Knights after a stint with Illawarra.

He played two games and kicked one goal in 1988.

Richard Clarke

He played one game for St George in 1985 and played one for the Knights in 1989. He scored a try in his sole appearance.

Shane Christensen

The hooker played three games for the Knights in 1990 before moving to the Cowboys.

Graham Settree

A backrower, Settree debuted in 185 for Parramatta, played with Penrith in 1989 and two games for the Knights in 1990.

Craig Kimmorley

The playmaker made two appearances in the red and blue in 1995 before joining the Hunter Mariners.

Tom Starling

The hooker debuted for the Knights in 2018 where he played in the final game of the season.

The following year he joined the Raiders where he landed three games in first grade.

David Bhana

A New Zealand product, the lock debuted for the Knights in 2016 where he played seven games.

Will Pearsall

The five-eighth joined the Knights in 2016 after captaining Manly’s 20s side.

He debuted in 2016, playing three games.

Ben MacDougall

The centre joined the Knights from Western Suburbs. He played two games in 200 before linking with the Northern Eagles.

Chris Joynt

The forward played over 350 games for St Helens but made seven appearances for the Knights in 1995.

Daniel Quinn

The forward debuted for the Northern Eagles in 2000 and for the Knights in 2002 where made just the one appearance.

Trent Estatheo

The prop played three games for he Club in 2002.

Neil Sweeney

A local product, the winger debuted in 2002 where he played four games and scored two tries before joining the Cowboys the following year.

Josh Smith

A winger who debuted for the Norther Eagles in 2000, he joined the Knights in 2003 and played seven games.

Todd Bates

A halfback, Bates played four games in 2003.

Grant Stuart

The lock joined the Knights in 1998. He played one game that season and another the following year. He finished his Knights career with two tries in two appearances. He retired at the end of the 1999 season.

Jason Temu

He played three games for the Knights across the 1999 and 2000 seasons.

Jamie Fitzgerald

A backrower who debuted for North Sydney in 1999, Fitzgerald joined the Knights in 2004 where he played five games.

Greg Smith

The American winger played one game for the Club in 1999.Fit

Dylan Phythian

The utility debuted in 2016, scoring a try on debut and playing three games across two seasons.

Shane Mackley

In 1992, the winger played four games and scored one try.

Michael Dobson

The former Canberra Raider played the bulk of his career in England but joined the Knights in 2014 from Hull KR.

He played six games for the Club before returning to the Super League.

Matt Minto

The utility made his NRL debut in 2014 and played two games.

Paterika Vaivai

He debuted for the Knights in 2014 and played six games over two seasons before moving to the Titans in 2017.

Chad Redman

The hooker played tow games for the Knights in 2015 before securing a mid-year release to join the Titans. He played a further five games on the Gold Coast.

Carlos Tuimavave

A former Warriors five-eighth, Tuimavave joined the Knights in 2015 and played five games.

Shane O'Grady

Debuting for Balmain in 1991, the forward joined the Knights in 1999 where he made one appearance.

Justin Holbrook

The coach of the Gold Coast Titans made his NRL debut for the Knights in 1999.

The goal kicking halfback made five appearances across two seasons before joining the Panthers and then the Roosters.

Peter Graham

In 1991, the forward played one NRL game.

Aaron Grainger

He debuted in 1998, playing two games at halfback.

Chris Mandalidis

In 1999, the prop made six appearances for the Knights.

Todd Anderson

The forward played one game in 1990.

Jason Hoogerwerf

The prop played one game in 1991.

Rod Shoesmith

The winger played four games in 1991, scoring one try.

George Ndaira

The Lebanon international joined the Knights from South Sydney in 2009 and played eight games over two seasons.

Sione Tovo

A forward, Tovo joined the Knights’ 20s side in 2008 before making his NRL debut the following season.

He played one game and represented Tonga in the Test team that year.

Beau Henry

The 2009 NYC player of the year, Henry joined the Knights in 2011, playing six games and scoring two tries before being released to the Titans.

Gavin Quinn

He played one game on the wing in 2003.

Steve Southern

A veteran of the north Queensland Cowboys, the forward joined the Knights in 2011 but only managed seven appearances.

Dane Campbell

A halfback, Campbell played six games for the Knights and currently works in the Melbourne Storm system.

Kurt Hancock

The hooker played one game for the Club in 2005.

Todd Polglase

The fullback played for the Bulldogs and Rabbitohs before joining the Knights in 2007 where he played seven games.

Jason Allen

He played two games at fullback in 1998.

Ben Donaldson

He had two seasons with the Knights, playing nine games at hooker between 2000 and 2001.

James Wynne

A French international, Wynne was the back-up halfback for Andrew Johns in 2001 and 2002. He played five NRL games.

Steve Gordon

The fullback played two games for the Knights in 2007.

Luke MacDougall

The winger debuted for the Sharks in 2002. He enjoyed stints with the Rabbitohs and Dragons before joining the Knights in 2007. He played two games before moving to the Storm.

Tim Natusch

The prop played three games for the Club in 2009.

Jason Edwards

The winger played five games for the Knights across 1991 and 1992.

Logan Campbell

He played one game in 1993 before heading abroad.

Stuart Collins

He played nine games for the club between 1994 and 1995.

Shane Vincent

The centre-winger debuted for Penrith in 1993 and joined the Knights in 1994.

He played three games and scored one try.

Pasami Saulo

The forward is currently contracted to the Knights with six games to his name.

He made his NRL debut in 2018.

Phoenix Crossland

The halfback is currently contracted to the Knights and made his NRL debut in 2019 against the Warriors.

Bradman Best

The centre is currently contracted to the Knights and has three games to his name after debuting in Round 23 of the 2019 season.

Starford Toa

The outside back is currently contracted to the Knights and made his NRL debut in the final game of the 2019 season.