Walshaw, Nick
October 2004
Rugby League Week;10/6/2004, Issue 32, p32
This article reports that when one talks about great Newcastle Knights wins, it's impossible to go past their thrilling extra-time triumph against Brisbane Broncos in round 10— when the kid wearing the hallowed No. 7 jersey, Kurt Gidley, drop-kicked his team to victory. It is also reported that one could almost hear the headline-makers bashing collectively on their keyboards when Andrew Johns fell to the ground in agony. Knights players, coaches, officials and fans all watched in horror as the world's best player clutched at his right leg in the opening exchanges of their round-three away loss to Parramatta Eels.


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