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Post by The Greenhouse » May 4, 2019, 1:51 pm

48th min TRY RAIDERS to hooker Kyle Patterson, no conversion from Westcott.

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63rd min TRY RAIDERS to Kyle Patterson, no conversion.

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67th min FIELD GOAL RAIDERS to Toby Westcott!

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69th min TRY RAIDERS to winger Daine Spencer. Converted Toby Westcott after the siren.

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MATCH REPORT: Jersey Flegg Canberra Raiders cruise past Penrith Panthers

The Canberra Raiders Jersey Flegg side has put on an attacking masterclass this afternoon to defeat the highly fancied Penrith Panthers 37-12.

Halfback Toby Westcott slotted a late field goal to put the Raiders into a 31-12 lead however there was still time for one more as Daine Spencer worked his way inside from the wing to put the icing on the cake.

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Post by Ronny P » May 4, 2019, 3:04 pm

Best crowd i have seen at a 20’s game. Excellent performance from our young charges


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2019 Jersey Flegg Round 9: Canberra Raiders V North Sydney Bears

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Canberra Raiders V North Sydney Bears
Leichhardt Oval
Sunday, 12 May, 2:00pm
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Canberra Raiders

1. Daine Spencer
2. Brigham Moeakiola
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Jackson Stuart
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Kyle Paterson
10. Silafano Titiuti
11. Darby Medlyn
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Duwanye Mariner

14. Liam Mock
15. Thomas Robertson
16. Tyson Hodge
17. Lazarus Vaalepu

North Sydney Bears

1. Corey Fenning
2. Malachi Matoe
3. Ryan Weatherall
4. Ali Saad
5. Harrison Geraghty
6. Connor Garrety
7. Adam Rizk
8. Sosaia Teakaraanga
9. Max Altus
10. Pita Faulalo
11. Luke Hodge
12. Lennox Whittaker
13. Jacob Preston

15. Mason McCarthy
16. Will Lawson
17. Jubilee Soloa
18. Joseph Los’e

PREVIEW: The Canberra Raiders produced a very good victory over the ladder leading Penrith Panthers in Round 8 - and have now moved into fifth place. Coming into the match, the Panthers had the best attack and defence in the competition, but the Raiders held Penrith to just two tries while piling on seven themselves.

The Raiders shocked the Panthers early, scoring three tries in the opening 15 minutes, with four pointers to the centre pairing, Matt Timiko and Harley Smith Shields and to prop Charlie Rorke. The Panthers fought back with a double to centre Stephen Crichton, his second try in the 32nd minute reducing the Raiders' lead to just four points. The teams went to the break with Canberra leading 16-12, but it was all the Green Machine in the second half, posting four second half tries. Hooker Kyle Patterson scored a double. Half back Toby Westcott kicked a field goal with three minutes remaining, but the Raiders were not finished, with winger Daine Spencer crossing in the final minute. Westcott converted after the siren to produce the final 37-12 score line.

The Raiders' Jersey Flegg team heads to North Sydney Oval in Round 9, for a meeting with the 12th placed Bears on Sunday afternoon. The Bears have only one draw and six losses to their name. They are on a five game losing streak, losing 26-12 to the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Stadium Australia in their last outing. Their solitary competition point comes from a 30 all draw with the Rabbitohs at Redfern Oval in Round 2.

The Raiders have posted four wins, a draw and two losses - and have a LWLWW form line in their past five games. The Raiders now have the second best attack in the league, averaging 31 points per match, compared with just 13 for the Bears. The Raiders rank sixth in defence, conceding an average of 18 points per game. However the Bears are bottom three in the league in defence, conceding over 33 points per match.

Raiders team changes: The only change to the Raiders' starting line up sees Duwanye Mariner come in at lock, in place of Jesse Dent. Tyson Hodge comes into the 17 on the bench.

Our tip: Under the Mounties moniker last year, the Under 20s lost unexpectedly to the Bears at North Sydney. It is a difficult ground to play at and for an away team to get a victory. However, given the form lines, it's hard to go past the Raiders in this one.

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Post by greeneyed » May 9, 2019, 12:58 pm

Jersey Flegg Preview: Raiders v Bears: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/05 ... s-v-bears/
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Post by Nadruku » May 11, 2019, 1:36 am

What happened to Semi Valemi or did we let another promising Fijian youngster go?? Aka Ravalawa??


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Knee. Out for about 8 weeks i think.


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Ronny P wrote:Knee. Out for about 8 weeks i think.


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Ravalawa is not even that good
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Welcome to our coverage of today’s Jersey Flegg clash between the Canberra Raiders and North Sydney Bears at Leichhardt Oval. Here are the final teams:

1. Daine Spencer
2. Brigham Moeakiola
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Jackson Stuart
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Kyle Paterson
10. Silafano Titiuti
11. Darby Medlyn
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Duwanye Mariner

14. Liam Mock
15. Thomas Robertson
16. Tyson Hodge
17. Lazarus Vaalepu

North Sydney Bears

1. Corey Fenning
2. Malachi Matoe
3. Ryan Weatherall
4. Ali Saad
5. Harrison Geraghty
6. Connor Garrety
7. Adam Rizk
8. Sosaia Teakaraanga
9. Max Altus
10. Pita Faulalo
11. Luke Hodge
12. Lennox Whittaker
13. Jacob Preston

16. Will Lawson
17. Jubilee Soloa
18. Joseph Los’e
23. Mason McCarthy

This post will update with live scores, so refresh for the latest. Kick off is at 2pm.

Canberra Raiders 44

Tries
Harley Smith-Shields 10'
Kai O'Donnell 15'
Matthew Timoko 38'
Jackson Stuart 42'
Harley Smith-Shields 45'
Kyle Paterson 47'
Kai O'Donnell 57'
Matthew Timoko 63'

Goals
Tobias Westcott 16'
Tobias Westcott 40'
Tobias Westcott 46'
Tobias Westcott 49'
Tobias Westcott 58'
Tobias Westcott 65'

North Sydney Bears 10

Tries
Jacob Preston 51'
Harrison Geraghty 66'

Goals
Connor Garetty 52'

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Raiders 10-0

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Raiders 44-10
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Raiders well in front in Jersey Flegg.
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Post by greeneyed » May 14, 2019, 6:19 pm

MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: Jersey Flegg Canberra Raiders V North Sydney Bears: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/05/1 ... --round-9/
(11:37 min mark)

Some great tries there from the outside backs. Kyle Patterson showing his class as well.
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Post by Ronny P » May 15, 2019, 6:46 pm

Side really starting to gel. Hope we can retain and push as many of these guys into Mounties as possible.


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2019 Jersey Flegg Round 12: Canberra Raiders V Canterbury Bulldogs

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Canberra Raiders V Canterbury Bulldogs
Belmore Sports Ground
Saturday, 1 June, 1:30pm

Canberra Raiders

1. Daine Spencer
2. Brigham Moeakiola
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Jackson Stuart
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Liam Mock
10. Silafano Titiuti
11. Darby Medlyn
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Duwanye Mariner

14. Joe Roberts
15. Tom Robertson
16. Tyson Hodge
17. Lazarus Vaalepu

Canterbury Bulldogs

1. Declan Casey
2. Frank Kuresa
3. Jake Averillo
4. Josh Wilkinson
5. Blake Clayton
6. Alex Seve
7. Paul Karaitiana
8. Zac Saddler
9. Lachlan Talau
10. Daniel Sakisi
11. Matthew Doorey
12. Mateo Tatola
13. Javvier Pitovao

14. Brock Hamill
15. Sua Aiiloilo
16. Devontai Seumanutafa
17. Penisimani Teaupa

19. Justin Filo

PREVIEW: The Jersey Flegg competition gets back underway this weekend after general byes for the past two weeks. The Canberra Raiders produced a big 44-10 victory over the North Sydney Bears at Leichhardt Oval in their last outing, and have now moved into fourth place.

The Raiders led by just 10-0 at half time, following tries to centre Harley Smith Shields and second rower Kai O'Donnell inside the opening 15 minutes. But the Raiders really opened up after the break, scoring four tries in the space of 10 minutes - and taking a 32-0 lead by the 50th minute. The Bears scored two tries in the final 20 minutes, but they were never in the hunt. In all, the Raiders scored eight tries, with Harley Smith Shields and Kai O'Donnell bagging doubles.

The Raiders now travel to Belmore for a meeting with the eighth placed Canterbury Bulldogs this Saturday. The Bulldogs have had a four and three start to the season, with one draw. They started the year with a three match winning streak, but have a LLDWL form line in their past five games. They lost to the Newcastle Knights 32-20 in their last match in Round 8.

The Raiders have posted five wins, a draw and two losses so far this season. They are on a three game winning streak have lost just once in their past five games. The Raiders have the second best attack in the league, averaging 33 points per match - with the Panthers having scored just two more points over the opening eight rounds. The Raiders rank sixth in defence, conceding an average of 17 points per game. The Bulldogs have averaged 25 points scored per game, and conceded 20.

Raiders team changes: The Raiders have named an unchanged backline to the one that last ran out in Round 9 against the Bears. The only change in the starting forward line up sees Liam Mock replace Kyle Patterson at hooker. Joe Roberts comes in at No. 14 to cover Mock.

Our tip: A number of the Raiders Jersey Flegg players have played for Mounties in the NSW Cup in the past two weeks. Patterson, Smith Shields and lock Duwanye Mariner played last weekend for Mounties at Belmore - unfortunately a heavy 52-22 defeat. It was probably a happier afternoon for the trio in Round 10 when Mounties won 32-18 over the Rabbitohs.

Mariner is the only one of the three who is expected to play for Flegg this week. Kyle Patterson has not been named in any grade, while centre Harley Smith Shields has been concurrently named for Mounties' clash with the Bears this week. Mounties will no doubt take precedence, so a late change can be expected at centre for the Flegg team.

The Raiders have still named a strong team, despite the disruptions in the higher grades due to injury and Origin duty. Given the form lines, this is a match the Raiders will be favoured to win.

Round 9 Jersey Flegg highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/05/1 ... --round-9/
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Jersey Flegg Match Preview: Raiders v Bulldogs

The Canberra Raiders Jersey Flegg side will head to Belmore Sports Ground on Saturday afternoon looking for their fourth straight win when they take on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.

“The mood is really good and positive, the boys are excited to get back into playing,” says coach Ash Barnes.

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Welcome to our coverage of today's Jersey Flegg match between the Canberra Raiders and Canterbury Bulldogs at Belmore Sports Ground. Second rower Kai O'Donnell and Harley Smith-Shields are late omissions. Matt Dragisic has been included on the bench, while Lachlan Eveston comes in at wing. Here are the final team line ups:

Canberra Raiders

1. Daine Spencer
18. Lachlan Eveston
2. Brigham Moeakiola
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Jackson Stuart
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Liam Mock
10. Silafano Titiuti
11. Darby Medlyn
15. Tom Robertson
13. Duwanye Mariner

14. Joe Roberts
16. Tyson Hodge
17. Lazarus Vaalepu
19. Matthew Dragisic

Canterbury Bulldogs

1. Declan Casey
2. Frank Kuresa
3. Jake Averillo
4. Josh Wilkinson
5. Blake Clayton
6. Alex Seve
7. Paul Karaitiana
16. Devontai Seumanutafa
9. Lachlan Talau
10. Daniel Sakisi
11. Matthew Doorey
12. Mateo Tatola
13. Javvier Pitovao

14. Brock Hamill
15. Sua Aiiloilo
17. Penisimani Teaupa
19. Justin Filo

This post will update with progress scores, so refresh for the latest!

Canberra Raiders 36

Tries
Daine Spencer 29'
Jarrett Subloo 44'
Brigham Moeakiola 50'
Silafano Titiuti 54'
Charlie Rorke 64'
Liam Mock 69'

Goals
Toby Westcott 30'
Toby Westcott 46'
Toby Westcott 52'
Toby Westcott 56'
Toby Westcott 65'
Toby Westcott 69'

Canterbury Bulldogs 16

Tries
Declan Casey 10'
Declan Casey 21'
Blake Clayton 60'

Goals
Jake Averillo 11'
Jake Averillo 23'

HALF TIME

Canterbury Bulldogs 12 lead Canberra Raiders 6

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Canberra Raiders 36 defeated Canterbury Bulldogs 16
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The Raiders are back to 12-12.
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Raiders take the lead 18-12.
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Raiders now lead 24-12.
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Raiders lead 30-16 with five minutes remaining at Belmore.
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Post by Ronny P » June 1, 2019, 5:41 pm

Thought he was best on ground by a fair way. Defence was excellent i think he had 3 try assists, kicked a 40/20 and 6 from 6 goals. Kicking game was great. i was sitting up behind the posts and he barks at the forward all the time but seems calm in play. I thought the big front rower had a good game also Silifano Titiuti. Medlyn solid again as was Timoko. They show a lot of maturity as a team and get into the grind really well. Goal line defence was great today. A well coached team obviously.


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2019 Jersey Flegg Round 13: Canberra Raiders V Wests Tigers

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Canberra Raiders V Wests Tigers
Campbelltown Stadium
Saturday, 8 June, 1:15pm

Canberra Raiders

1. Daine Spencer
2. Lachie Everston
3. Brigham Moeakiola
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Jackson Stuart
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Liam Mock
10. Silafano Titiuti
11. Darby Medlyn
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Duwanye Mariner

14. Joe Roberts
15. Thomas Robertson
16. Lazarus Vaalepu
17. Tyson Hodge

Wests Tigers

1. Logen Dillon
2. Aiden Young
3. Zac Cini
4. Curtis Wilson
5. Shondre Lee-Silva
6. Max Burey
7. Ben Stevanovic
8. Felix Smith
9. Rua Ngati
10. Sione Tupou
11. Henry Lealuga-Puhotau
12. Ben Seufale
13. Jordan Main

14. Ray Jankovic
15. Bennett Wheelhouse
16. Mavoni Tuifua
17. Lucas Castle

18. Daniel Sykes
19. Gus Garzaniti

PREVIEW: The Canberra Raiders Jersey Flegg team is again on the road this week, and head to Campbelltown Stadium for a double header - playing prior to a NSW Cup clash between Raiders affiliate Mounties and the Western Suburbs Magpies.

The Raiders produced a good 36-16 victory over the Canterbury Bulldogs at Belmore Sports Ground in their last outing, and have now moved into third place on the ladder. The Bulldogs scored the opening two tries, with fullback Declan Casey bagging a double - and giving the home team a 12-0 at the 25th minute. Raiders fullback Daine Spencer got one back in the 30th minute, allowing the Bulldogs to head to the break with a 12-6 lead.

In the second half, it was almost all one way traffic for the Green Machine, with Canberra piling on five tries. They scored three in the the space of 10 minutes, through Jarrett Subloo, Brigham Moeakiola and Silafano Titiuti - with Canberra taking a 24-12 lead after 55 minutes. The Bulldogs narrowed the gap after a try to winger Blake Clayton five minutes later. But the Raiders went on to finish the job with tries to prop Charlie Rorke and hooker Liam Mock inside the final six minutes.

Canberra's opponent this week, the 10th placed Wests Tigers, has a three and five record so far this season. The Tigers won three straight earlier in the season, between Rounds 4 and 6 - but are now on a four game losing streak, suffering some big losses to the Sharks (40-16) and Rabbitohs (58-18) along the way. They lost by just two points to the Roosters (14-12) in Round 8. Last Saturday at Leichhardt Oval, they were defeated by the St George Illawarra Dragons, 20-14, despite both team scoring three tries apiece.

The Raiders have posted six wins, a draw and two losses so far this season - and are now on a four game winning streak. The Raiders rank equal second in the league in attack, alongside the Newcastle Knights, averaging 33 points per match. The Panthers are the only team to have scored more points (10) over the course of the season. The Raiders rank sixth in defence, conceding an average of 17 points per game. The Tigers have averaged 23 points scored per game, and conceded 26. They are ranked equal ninth in attack, and 11th for least points conceded.

Raiders team changes: Kai O'Donnell returns to the second row, with Tom Robertson dropping back to the bench. Darby Medlyn has been named on the bench for Mounties, so we can expect another player to come into the second row on the day. Matt Dragisic drops out of the 17, but he may well be the player included late.

Our tip: The Raiders have been rolling along nicely, and continued their good run of form last week, despite the loss of regular hooker Kyle Patterson to Mounties. The team is fairly settled, and will be stronger for the return of Kia O'Donnell. Given the form lines, this should be another good win for the Green Machine.

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Post by edwahu » June 3, 2019, 2:19 pm

Rorke seems to cross the stripe a lot for a prop.

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edwahu wrote:Rorke seems to cross the stripe a lot for a prop.
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Post by greeneyed » June 6, 2019, 1:13 pm

Jersey Flegg Preview: Raiders v Tigers

The Raiders in-form Jersey Flegg team travel to Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday afternoon, to take on the Wests Tigers in round 13.

“We’ve been winning games and seeing improvement, but we haven’t quite reached our best just yet,” coach Ash Barnes said. “Having said that I’m very happy with the week to week improvement of the team and how they are working hard for each other.”

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Post by The Greenhouse » June 8, 2019, 12:06 pm

Welcome to our coverage of today’s Jersey Flegg clash between the Canberra Raiders and Wests Tigers. This post will update with live scores from 1:15pm, but we will also have score updates in this thread from Campbelltown. The Greenhouse will also cover today’s NSW Cup clash between Mounties and the Western Suburbs Magpies From 3:00pm in the Mounties thread.

Final teams:

Canberra Raiders

1. Daine Spencer
2. Lachie Everston
3. Brigham Moeakiola
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Jackson Stuart
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Liam Mock
10. Silafano Titiuti
11. Darby Medlyn
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Duwanye Mariner

14. Joe Roberts
15. Thomas Robertson
16. Lazarus Vaalepu
17. Tyson Hodge

Wests Tigers

1. Logen Dillon
2. Aiden Young
3. Zac Cini
4. Curtis Wilson
23. Liam Scholari
6. Max Burey
7. Ben Stevanovic
16. Mavoni Tuifua
9. Rua Ngati
10. Sione Tupou
11. Henry Lealuga-Puhotau
12. Ben Seufale
13. Jordan Main

8. Felix Smith
15. Bennett Wheelhouse
17. Lucas Castle
21. Kobe Chamberlain

Canberra Raiders 0

Tries

Goals

Wests Tigers 22

Tries
Zac Cini 26'
Curtis Wilson 42'
Liam Scolari 48'
Zac Cini 68'

Goals
Ben Stevanovic 27'
Ben Stevanovic 44'
Ben Stevanovic 50'

FULL TIME

Wests Tigers 22 defeated Canberra Raiders 0
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Re: 2019 Canberra Raiders Jersey Flegg

Post by The Greenhouse » June 8, 2019, 1:17 pm

Raiders kick off to start the match!
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Re: 2019 Canberra Raiders Jersey Flegg

Post by The Greenhouse » June 8, 2019, 1:46 pm

26th min TRY TIGERS to centre Zac Cini. The Wests Tigers have had lots of possession and territory... lots of penalties as well. Canberra’s defence has been very good but they finally cracked. Converted from out wide.

Tigers 6-0
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