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NRLW side notch fourth consecutive win in front of record home crowd

The nib Newcastle Knights NRLW side have defeated the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 22-14 at McDonald Jones Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

As part of a massive triple-header and in front of a NRLW home crowd record of 19,519 people, the side held onto claim a crucial two points.

The side scored four tries to the Sharks three to record their fourth win in succession and keep a foothold in the top two of the competition.


1st min - The match kicked off in front of a sell-out crowd at McDonald Jones Stadium.

3rd min - Knights centre Shanice Parker picked up where she left off in the previous game running in for the sides opening try.

Jesse Southwell hit the short-side and fired a pass out to the centre who muscled her way to the try-line.

Parker continues try-scoring form

7th min - Sharks player Annessa Biddle was sent to the sin-bin for a hip-drop tackle on Tamika Upton.

9th min - The Knights would secure points with the extra number.

A quick pass out of dummy-half had Tayla Predebon diving over under the posts.

Predebon under the posts

31st min - The Knights would have a third when Yasmin Clydsdale went through untouched.

Quick hands from Caitlan Johnston sent the second-rower through a hole to extend the Knights advantage.

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35th min - The Knights would go into the sheds ahead 16-0.

45th min - After the Sharks had a try overruled for obstruction, the Knights would post points up the other end.

Shanice Parker would toe the ball ahead before claiming the bounce for her second try of the game.

Parker pounces for her second

46th min - The Sharks would have their first try when Georgia Ravics scored in the corner.

52nd min - Cronulla reduced the deficit when Ellie Johnston scored under the posts.

59th min - The Sharks had their third try in succession through Chloe Saunders.

70th min - The Knights closed out the game to finish on top with an eight-point winning margin

Knights finish with great kick pressure


The side will travel down to Canberra to play the Raiders next round at GIO Stadium this Saturday.