A sluggish Melbourne Storm side came back from a 14-6 deficit against Newcastle to claim an 18-14 victory at AAMI Park on Saturday.
Both the Storm and the Knights will be out for NRL Telstra Premiership redemption when the two sides meet at AAMI Park on Saturday afternoon.
One of the greatest games of the modern era headlined a round of footy with plenty of exciting finishes and more notable injuries to key players.
Knights coach Nathan Brown said his side won't consistently win games in the NRL Telstra Premiership until they can learn to better control possession.
The Warriors ended an 11-game losing streak and won their first match in over eight months by defeating the Knights. Here are five key points from their clash.
The Warriors secured their first victory of the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership season with a big win over Newcastle Knights at Mt Smart Stadium.
The Warriors and Knights are desperate for a win and both are showing signs of improvement, who will get the victory when they clash on Monday?
Newcastle's Sione Mata'utia was found guilty for a dangerous throw on Canberra's Shaun Fensom and has been suspended from playing the Warriors on Easter Monday.
This week on The Breakdown, NRL.com analyst Matt Elliott focuses on field goal attempts from Cronk, Martin, Williams and Hodkinson from Round 3 action.
Locks' minutes analysed, back-row talents shine, and a thrilling draw few could have seen coming. The key numbers and statistics to come from Round 3.