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Numbers: Strong showings in Storm clash

These are the numbers that matter.

While stats can't tell you everything, they do paint a very telling picture.

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158

Run metres for Daniel Saifiti.

The NSW Origin prop was a shining light for the Knights, despite being on the wrong end of the scoresheet.

Saifiti is in a real purple patch of form, and continued to show that on Saturday night. He ran for 158 metres, 61 post contact metres, made a line break and three tackle breaks.

An immense performance on the loosing side.

80

Minutes played by Andrew McCullough. 

The former Broncos No.9 continues to show why Adam O'Brien signed him mid season.

McCullough was consistent in the middle, 65 tackles (missing just one), running for 52 metres out of dummy half and providing a valuable 58 kick metres.

A huge effort.

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Try to Edrick Lee.

Lee grabbed his fifth four pointer for the year, with his left side combination with Bradman Best and Kalyn Ponga proving lethal once again.

Lee and Best both crossed for tries, while Lee also managed a team high 180 run metres, making a line break also notching a tackle break.