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At long last there is some excitement and buzz in the air at Newcastle. In which the Knights faithful have shown up in droves through years of bottom eight suffering, it looks as though now they finally have the squad to make an impact. A fully fit Mitchell Pearce is a massive plus for the side and will be accompanied by the Dally M runner up of 2018, Kalyn Ponga. And what a player Ponga is; electric, tough as teeth and driven to win. What is incredibly exciting for Newcastle this year is the players they’ve brought in. Arguably the best prop in the game in David Klemmer and the up and coming centre gun Jessie Ramien really boost the starting side. Underrated signings of James Gavet, Tim Glasby and Mason Lino also give real depth to the squad for which has been lacking in the past for the Knights. While they have the side on the paper to make the top 8, all will be revealed in due time.
Powerhouse Penrith prop Reagan Campbell-Gillard insists he’ll carry no mental demons into his return from a second jaw break in Saturday night’s NRL trial against South Sydney.
A host of young talent will be playing for possible NRL starting roles when the Storm and Warriors do battle in a trial game at Kardinia Park in Geelong.
Manly are remaining tight-lipped on whether Dylan Walker will play in Saturday night’s NRL trial against Cronulla, just days before he appears in court on domestic violence charges.
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