In this week's Rookie Report, we take a look at the nib Newcastle Knights pathways teams in the Knock-On-Effect NSW Cup, Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership, Jersey Flegg Cup and Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup competitions.
See how each team fared:
NSW Cup - Knights 34-22 Mounties
The NSW Cup side secured a 12-point win over the Mounties at McDonald Jones Stadium on Sunday.
In a pre-game before the NRL fixture, the team scored six tries to the away team's four including a hat-trick to halfback, Dylan Phythian.
After an absorbing contest, the side rallied late with three tries in the final 20 minutes to secure the two points.
The team improves their record to 3-5 and currently sit in ninth spot.
The side will play the South Sydney Rabbitohs next Saturday at Ironmark High Performance Centre.
NSW Women's Premiership - Knights 12-14 Mounties
The Knights NSW Women's Premiership side went down narrowly to the Mounties in Round 2 on Sunday at St Johns Oval, Charlestown.
The away team scored a try within the final two minutes to steal the win from the red and blue.
NRLW player, Autumn-Rain Stephens-Daly, returned to action and scored a try in the centres while Harmony Liddell scored the other try for the side.
After the opening two rounds, the Knights sit in fourth with a win and a loss.
The team will take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Round 3 this Saturday in Sydney.
Jersey Flegg Cup - Knights 12-0 Thunderbolts
The Jersey Flegg side continue to go from strength-to-strength claiming a shutout win over the Thunderbolts on Sunday at St Johns Oval.
The result is the team's fourth win on the bounce.
A strong defensive display was backed with two tries through Harvey Neville and Mitch Henderson.
The Flegg side currently sit in second spot, equal on points with the first placed Roosters.
The team will play the South Sydney Rabbitohs next start away in Sydney.
Tarsha Gale Cup - Knights 10-12 Roosters
The Tarsha Gale Cup side fought bravely, but eventually fell two points short to the Roosters in the Grand Final at Commbank Stadium on Saturday.
The Roosters led early through Zoe Cass and took a 6-0 lead into half-time.
The Knights started the second half strongly scoring two quick fire tries through Sophie Clancy and Kasey Gaukroger.
The Roosters responded four minutes later and took back the lead through a converted try.
The goal would prove the difference as the Roosters held on to their lead to claim the trophy.
Congratulations to our Tarsha Gale Cup side on a fantastic season.