Sport Pearce fires in Knights win over Storm

00:03  08 february  2018
00:03  08 february  2018 Source:   MSN

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Mitchell Pearce has made a strong first impression at Newcastle by laying on two tries in a 26-22 NRL trial win over an understrength Melbourne.

Pearce set up forward Lachlan Fitzgibbon early on Wednesday afternoon before completing his 40-minute stint with a neat grubber for fellow star signing Kalyn Ponga.

Played behind closed doors at AAMI Park, Ponga also added two conversions to his four-pointer before he too bowed out at halftime with the Knights leading 16-10.

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The pair were included in a strong Knights line-up featuring fellow new faces Herman Ese'ese, Aidan Guerra, Chris Heighington, Connor Watson and Jacob Lillyman.

Mitchell Pearce fires in Knights win over Storm © Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images Mitchell Pearce fires in Knights win over Storm The Knights claimed a six-point halftime lead on tries to Fitzgibbon, Ponga and Ken Sio, while the Storm countered through Dale Finucane and Tim Glasby.

The visitors then shot out to a two-try lead when Jamie Buhrer touched down on a Brock Lamb kick, only for Kenny Bromwich to pull one back just before the end of the third quarter.

Storm flyer Justin Olam set up an exciting finish when he levelled the scores in the 67th minute, however the Knights prevailed on a last-second try to Thomas Cronan.

The Storm were missing big three Billy Slater, Cameron Smith and Will Chambers, while new first-choice halfback Brodie Croft was also kept in cotton wool.

Sam Kasiano made his first club appearance off the bench in an outfit that also included Cameron Munster, Jesse Bromwich, Ryan Hoffman and Nelson Asofa-Solomona.

Prop Christian Welch also made his comeback from an ACL injury.

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