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Newcastle Knights


First Season: 1988 (A team from the Newcastle and Hunter district played in the NSWRL premiership in 1908-1909, figuring in the 1909 semi-finals.  The side wore colours of red and white.  They withdrew to form their own club competition on 1910.
First Match: March 5, 1988, lost 4-28 vs Parramatta, Newcastle International Sports Centre
Team Colours: Red & Blue
Home Ground: Marathon Stadium (formerly known as Newcastle International Sports Centre) capacity 28,000
Record Crowd: 32,642, vs Manly, July 21, 1995; 
32,217 vs Balmain, August 26, 1990
Admission Prices: Adults $13; Concessions, Pensioners, Students $8; Children $6
Major Sponsor: Impulse Airlines
Leagues Club: International Sports Centre Club, 83 Turton Road, New Lambton, NSW
Phone: (02) 4952 1224
Football Office: Level 3 / 854 Hunter Street Newcastle West, NSW 2302
Postal Address: PO Box 2191, Dangar, NSW 2309
Phone: (02) 4927 6444
Fax: (02) 4927 6555
Email Address: knights@hunterlink.net.au
Knights Shop: (02) 4955 5699
Information Line: 1800 243 203
TITLES
First Grade: 1997 ARL
Reserve Grade: 1995
President's Cup (Third Grade):
Club Championship: 1992
Sevens: 1991, 1996

2000 Newcastle Knights


BACK ROW: Ben MacDougall, Jason Temu, Glenn Grief, Daniel Smailes, Matthew Gidley, Sean Rudder, Adam MacDougall, Robbie O'Davis, Ben Donaldson
SECOND ROW: Danny Buderus, Mark Hughes, Paul Rauhihi, Steve Simpson, Matt Parsons, Peter Shiels, David Fairleigh, Ben Kennedy, Timana Tahu, Clinton O'Brien
FRONT ROW: Lee Clark (Sprint Coach), Bill Peden, Troy Fletcher, Andrew Johns, Warren Ryan (Coach), Tony Butterfield (Captain), Matthew Johns, Darren Albert, Scott Campbell (Performance Co-ordinator)


2001 Season
Opponent Venue Result Score Crowd Referee
1 Northern Eagles Marathon Stadium Lost 10-12 18,840 Steve Clark
2 Sydney Roosters Sydney Football Stadium Won 25-18 14,112 Sean Hampstead
3 Bulldogs Sydney Showground Drew 28-28 18,109 Steve Clark
4 Parramatta Eels Marathon Stadium Won 32-14 11,861 Paul Simpkins
5 Brisbane Broncos ANZ Stadium Lost 8-42 22,540 Bill Harrigan
6 Melbourne Storm Colonial Stadium
7 New Zealand Warriors Marathon Stadium
8 Canberra Raiders Bruce Stadium
9 Sharks Marathon Stadium
10 Wests Tigers Campbelltown Stadium
11 St George-Illawarra Dragons Sydney Football Stadium
12 North Queensland Cowboys Marathon Stadium
13 Penrith Panthers Penrith Football Stadium
14 Northern Eagles NorthPower Stadium
15 Sydney Roosters Marathon Stadium
16 Bulldogs Marathon Stadium
17 Parramatta Eels Parramatta Stadium
18 Brisbane Broncos Marathon Stadium
19 Melbourne Storm Marathon Stadium
20 New Zealand Warriors Ericsson Stadium
21 Canberra Raiders Marathon Stadium
22 Sharks Toyota Park
23 Wests Tigers Marathon Stadium
24 St George-Illawarra Dragons Marathon Stadium
25 North Queensland Cowboys Dairy Farmers Stadium
26 Penrith Panthers Marathon Stadium
Average home crowd: 15,351
Aggregate crowd: 85,462

2001 Pointscorers
Player App Int Trs Gls FGs Pts

Newcastle Knights Links

Official Newcastle Knights Home Page

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