Sport Joey endorses Lamb as next Knights No.7

11:11  13 august  2017
11:11  13 august  2017 Source:   MSN

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  Knights beat Warriors, go back-to-back Brock Lamb has starred in Newcastle's 26-10 NRL win over the Warriors at McDonald Jones Stadium.The first signs of Nathan Brown's rebuild are showing after backing up last week's boilover against St George Illawarra with a comprehensive victory on Saturday afternoon at McDonald Jones Stadium.

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Lamb continued his purple patch of form as he led the battling Knights to a third straight NRL win on Friday night.© Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Lamb continued his purple patch of form as he led the battling Knights to a third straight NRL win on Friday night. Newcastle great Andrew Johns has endorsed Brock Lamb as the man to wear the Knights No.7 jersey he made famous from 2018 and beyond.

Lamb continued his purple patch of form as he led the battling Knights to a third straight NRL win on Friday night.

The 20-year-old has been electric in their wins over Parramatta, Warriors and St George Illawarra in recent weeks, scoring three tries and setting up another five four-pointers.

Johns called for coach Nathan Brown to partner Brown and Sydney Roosters recruit Connor Watson in the halves next year as part of a new-look side.

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  Knights can make NRL finals in 2018: Joey Knights legend Andrew Johns predicts good times ahead for his former club after they recorded back-to-back NRL wins for the first time in over 700 days.Newcastle legend Andrew Johns believes the Knights' recent run of good form could be converted into a long-awaited NRL finals appearance as soon as next season.

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That casts doubt over the future of Trent Hodkinson, who continues to battle a chronic knee injury and has been unable to find his best form during his two seasons in the Hunter.

The former Canterbury playmaker's contract runs until the end of 2018.

"Next year I think they'll be around that tenth to eighth position. It's a really exciting time," Johns told The Sunday Footy Show.

"They've got some quality coming - Kalyn Ponga, it'll be interesting to see how they're all going to fit in.

"This young man (Lamb), I think he'll be halfback next year, he'll steer them around.

"Connor Watson will be a running five-eighth, Ponga will play at fullback but he can ball play a little bit and be in the front line like (Penrith's Matt) Moylan used to."

Knight Lamb sidelined with knee injury .
Newcastle five-eighth Brock Lamb is expected to miss the rest of the year with a knee injury.The Knights had salt poured into their wounds after Lamb copped a grade two medial ligament strain which is set to rule him out for the final two rounds.

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