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Man of the Match: Pack power in Wagga Wagga win

It was arguably our best win of the season and there's no doubting Adam O'Brien has plenty to be proud of in that performance.

In what was a mostly tight affair between the Knights and Raiders at McDonalds Park in Wagga, plenty of our troops managed to stand out.

Here are a few candidates for Man of the Match. Don't forget to have your say and vote below!

Jayden Brailey

A mainstay of this list every week, Jayden Brailey again put his name forth with an inspiring performance out of dummy half.

The No.9 made 51 tackles, ran for 51 valuable metres and scored a crucial try at the death to seal the two points for his team.

Brailey also made a line break, notched an offload and kicked for 46 metres.

A standout display from our favourite rake.

Tyson Frizell

Another forward who played himself back into form, Frizell was at his best in a dominant display on the right edge.

Frizell scored the try to put the Knights ahead, beating numerous defenders to burrow his way across the stripe.

He also ran for 106 run metres (42 post contact), broke three tackles and made 38 himself, missing just one attempt in his entire 80 minute performance.

David Klemmer

Make no mistake: David Klemmer was one of the catalysts of today's comeback.

'Klem' was near-unstoppable in the second half, running for 188 metres (with a huge 79 coming post-contact), breaking three tackles and notching an offload in a huge display up front.

With the likes of Josh Papalii laying down the challenge, Klemmer more than stepped up to the plate. But was he your man of the match? Have your say below!