It was a disappointing night on a number of counts for the Sharks, but we still want to hear who you thought stood tall despite the result.
In a game that was hard to find many positives, the effort from Toby Rudolf was outstanding. Despite the unfortunate tackle in the first half, Rudolf dug deep in notching 115 run metres and 34 tackles.
Connor Tracey provided some spark when injected into the game in the second half, looking dangerous with his touches, putting his speed and strength on show when he fended off the Knights defence to cross the stripe.
Although his stint was short, Tracey finished the match with 44 run metres, two line breaks, five tackle breaks, two forced drop-outs and eight tackles to go with his try.
Jesse Ramien had limited opportunities against his former club but tried hard as well, with the young centre running for 110 metres, 35 post-contact metres, making 11 tackles on the night.
The always consistent Sifa Talakai, with his jarring defence and hard ball running, clocked in 132 run metres, 53 post-contact metres, two tackle breaks and 21 tackles.
Will Kennedy too was safe at the back, running for 85 metres to go with his linebreak assist and try assist.
Who do you think deserves the title of the Sharks Round 17 'Man of the Match'?