Scoring tries and celebrating them, there’s nothing better.
While post-try celebrations are few and far between in the modern game, there’s been plenty of crackers over the years.
Here’s our favourite five in the Club’s history.
Joey’s smoking cigar
There’s no denying Andrew Johns was the greatest.
He was a creator with the ball and in a game against Canterbury, he created a great celebration.
It was Round 15 in 2000 when the Johns show was running wild.
After scoring a try, the No.7 took the ball like a cigar and pretended to blow smoke to the laughter of his teammates.
Robbie O’s surfboard
When you think Newcastle, you think about the beaches.
So, it’s only fitting a celebration features the surf.
The surfer was a move Robbie O’Davis busted out several times throughout his career.
Tahu’s slam dunk
It was 2001 when Timana Tahu unleashed the slam dunk!
An intercept against Parramatta, the centre-winger raced 70 metres to score for the Knights.
Standing at 185 centimetres, Tahu celebrated the try by dunking the footy over the crossbar and would go back to this celebration throughout his career.
Mad Dog’s phone call
Adam McDougall spent three seasons with South Sydney between 2004 and 2006 before returning to the Knights.
His exit from the Rabbits ended on a sour note with the winger falling out with co-owner Russell Crowe and a senior official.
Playing his first game against the Rabbitohs since re-joining the red and blue, MacDougall mimicked Crowe's infamous mobile phone throwing incident in celebrating a try against his former club.
Crowe was arrested in a SoHo hotel after allegedly striking a desk clerk with a telephone in 2005.
Pearce’s logo kiss
Call it a post-try celebration or call it an act of passion, all we know is that it was great to see.
It was Round 11, 2019 when the Knights beat the Roosters 38-12 at McDonald Jones Stadium.
On the edge of halftime, Mitch Pearce sliced through for a try and grabbed at the logo on his jersey and kissed it several times before the home crowd.