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“There is no stopping Luke Metcalf, he is an absolute speed demon, he has played a key role for the Newton Jets who were crowned NSW Cup minor premiers last week, scoring 14 tries in 12 games while playing in the halves, ” McDonald said. Get all the latest NRL news, highlights and analysis delivered straight to your inbox with Fox Sports Sportmail. Sign up now!! ‘OUTSTANDING’ HOY’S NEWCASTLE FAREWELLKnights fullback Tex Hoy has given one last parting gift to Newcastle fans with an “outstanding” display to close out the year.
“He really looks like he loves it, always smiling, ” Roach said. The Knights were able to break away and score again through Young, but their joy would end there. Sharks centre Jesse Ramien scored yet another intercept, before Briton Nikora completed his hattrick with a burrowing run. “The first of his career as well, proving what a dangerous player he can be on the right edge for the Sharks, ” Voss said. Lachie Miller scored in the dying stages of the contest after Siosifa Talakai left the field with an ankle injury.
Knights forward Mat Croker was sent to the bin for a hip drop tackle following the blow. Re-live all the action below! NIKORA’S CAREER FIRSTBriton Nikora has delivered a “dangerous” performance only a week out from finals, putting the competition’s remaining edge defence on notice. The 24-year-old Kiwi international showcased his damaging ball-running ability, bursting through the Knights defence time and time again.
MATCH CENTRE: Knights vs Sharks teams, SuperCoach scores, videos, updatesStream every game of every round of the 2022 NRL Telstra Premiership Season Live & Ad-Break Free During Play on Kayo. New to Kayo? Start your free trial now >LISTEN TO THE LATEST EPISODE OF THE FOX LEAGUE PODCAST WITH SPECIAL GUEST SCOTT SATTLERKnights fullback Tex Hoy then hit back, dancing off the right foot to slice through the defence untouched from a scrum.
‘Dangerous’ Sharks gun’s ominous hattrick as Hoy delivers ‘outstanding’ farewell: Big HitsThe Sharks have come away with a 38-16 victory over the Knights at McDonald Jones Stadium. Craig Fitzgibbon’s side have now locked in second place and a home final against the Cowboys on the back of Briton Nikora’s “dangerous” hattrick. The gun backrower opened the scoring, with dummy-half Blayke Brailey spotting space on the right side of the field allowing the Kiwi international to reach and ground the ball.
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