In what was a torrid and brutal match between the Knights and Warriors at Central Coast Stadium, plenty of our troops still managed to stand out.
Here are a few candidates for Man of the Match. Don't forget to have your say and vote below!
You couldn't not include Bradman in this list.
The barnstorming centre had one of his best outings yet in the NRL, running for 118 run metres and setting up two tries, including Hymel Hunt's match winner.
The young gun also didn't miss a single tackle in an ultra-impressive display which will have tongues wagging for the whole weekend.
The Enforcer well and truly lived up to his title.
In a brutal contest fought between two of the best forward packs in the land, Barnett stood tall, running for more metres than any other Knights forward.
The Wingham product also managed three tackle breaks and 37 tackles in a massive performance, as well as a 100% success rate with the boot.
With goals proving to be the difference in the three-tries-a-piece contest, Kalyn Ponga will have a fight on his hands to win back the kicking tee.
He was in calculations last week, and "The Sheriff" was again instrumental in this game.
Brailey made 61 tackles without a single miss, provided top-shelf service from dummy half and even nabbed his first try in Knights colours in a sensational performance.
There's no doubt Brailey was on fire, but who was your man of the match? Vote below!
Highlights: Knights win in Gosford nail-biter