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Canberra Raiders junior representatives squads 2020

Congratulations to all those players that have been selected to participate in one of the pathway squads, these are extended squads and further cuts will be made over the next few weeks/months.

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/10 ... announced/

S.G. Ball Cup (Under 18s)

Henry Alesi
Pauliasi Amone
Michael Asomua
JJ Clarkson
Ty Dowdle
Caleb Esera
Harry Fitzpatrick
Ethan Foster
Thomas Gaffey
Ethan Gilchrist
Wilson Hamblin
Enelesi Kamuta
Keegan Kenny
Ashton Kolinisau
Bryce Magnone
Brandon Ngata
Jackson Owen
Jack Peppernell
Joshua Pokhoney
Levi Rokovuki
Aydan Saad
Noah Saddler
Kane Smith
Zane Thomson
Junior Tupou
Keegan Vandenburg
Clay Webb
Jack Williams
Addison Williams
Connor Williams

Laurie Daley Cup - Monaro (Under 18s)

Corey Black
Connor Bush
James Dyball
Mitchell Evans
Julian Haywood-Whiley
Jarrod Hitchins
Reagan Hurley
Jerad Jang
Joshua Knight
Ethan Marriott
Kane Rushton
Jake Sasse
Daniel Shaw
Mitchell Spencer
Matthew Stewart
Mitchell Swadling
Bradley Terry
Matthew Troy
Joshua Waters
Jordan Wilson

Laurie Daley Cup - Riverina (Under 18s)

Ben Baker
Kahjleb Cameron Pani
Logan Collins
Aidan Connell
Blake Coombs
Ned Cooper
Charlie Corcoran
Ben Cronin
Jacob Crossley
Toby Denyer
Josh Elworthy
Jack Hillier
Nick Jenkins
Jasper Loudon
Cameron Lyons
Jordyn Maher
Thomas McIIIhatton
Brodie Mirtchin
Ethan Newham
David Oti
Ben Pembleton
Mitchell Prest
Billy Reardon
Ben Rumble
Reuben Sarkis
Riley Serafin
Tye Studholme
Connah Teaupa
Joel Tracey
Damien Whytcross

Tarsha Gale Cup (Under 18s Girls)

Ma'ata Alai Lokeni
Valasi Asomua
Taysha Bell
Krystal Blackwell
Calissa Bodullovich
Emily Briggs
Molly Carr
Samantha Clegg
Ella Cosgrove
Jessica Crane
Jemma Davey
Ashleigh Deaton
Maddie Dodson
Chloe Doon
Tikirah-Ann Douglas
Geena Elliott
Kayla Fleming
Marnie Halls
Sydney Harrison
Hunter Ings
Sophie Janota
Chrysten Kennedy
Amelia Kiriui
Eungyeol Ko
Hayley Liddle
Anjiellina Malama
Grace Martin
Taylah Maurier
Tahnee McGregor
Jessica McPherson
Makayla Morris
Kathryn Niki
Klaudia Osztrenkovics
Brianna Rankin
Erica Rowell
Kaylee Roy
Mollie Sullivan
Grace Tai
Madyson Tooth
Ash Turton
Jesse Venn
Carly Wilkin

Harold Matthews Cup (Under 16s)

Tohu-Kadaf Cecil-Hamiora
Jack Craig
Matthew Davis
Penieli Faoa
Samuel Gash
Jake Griffin
Jacob Haeta
Blake Halls
Aidan Herbert
Owen Hromow
Jett Liu
Niu Mariota
Noah Martin
Blake Metcalf
Leroy Murray
Jack Neyland
Joseph Oti
Matthew Parkes
Joshua Petrovic
Tasman Shand
Brock Sing
Clay Sing
Kaide Steele
Jordan Thurling
Latham Travers
Sean Trindall
David White
Kaden Williams
George Wood
Kye Wright

Andrew Johns Cup - Monaro (Under 16s)

Jack Anderson
Kye Bruce
Darcey Bush
Mark Connors
Jesse Eljuga
Jordan Eti
Jack Flanagan
Michael Griffiths
Trent Jeffrey
Byron Lonsdale Patten
Noah Marcantonio
Kyle McDermott
Benjamin McSpadden
Joshua Melville
Peter Milin
Max Miller
Jack Mills
Blake Newcombe
Deekon Parsons
Peter Soward
Cole Taylor
Harley Young

Andrew Johns Cup - Riverina (Under 16s)

Reg Burton
Hayden Cook
Bill Dillon
Cooper Emonson
Jyden Harris
Nick Hogarth
Tyron Lesniak
Blayne Linsell
Seminisi Liu
Patrick Lesefo Ay
Will McDermott
Will Murray
Solomoni Nabete
Taniela Nauer
Caleb Piper
Riley Piva
Joe Roddy
Sam Sainsbury
McKinley Somner
Bodean Tereva
Zac Treglown
Edward Trevaskis
Campbell Tuilakeba
Dylan Warner
Riley Waugh-Smith
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Quite few names there we'd recognise in SG Ball... including some of the higher profile recruits. But new ones too. Looking forward to seeing how they go next year. Lots seem to be from the three regional districts. It's great how Monaro and Riverina have been so closely integrated.
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Vandenburg is another handy signing from Brisbane. Outside back who has been a regular in the rep scene for QLD all throughout juniors.




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RTW wrote:
October 23, 2019, 9:17 pm
Vandenburg is another handy signing from Brisbane. Outside back who has been a regular in the rep scene for QLD all throughout juniors.
Articles from a quick Google search for those interested:

https://www.qrl.com.au/news/20182/07/14 ... s-qld-u16/

https://www.qrl.com.au/news/20182/07/14 ... o-qld-u16/

Seems to have played union on the wing at St Joseph's College and for Redcliffe at centre or fullback in Mal Meninga Cup last year.
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Cherrypickers trio named in Canberra Raiders representative squads

Cherrypicker twin brothers Brock and Clay Sing have been named in the Harold Matthews (under 16s), while Harry Fitzpatrick was selected in the SG Ball (under 18s) squad ahead of the 2020 season. They are three of nine youngsters from the Riverina area to be included in the Raiders representative squads.

"It is great," Peter Mulholland said. "There won't be many cuts made from that so those boys have a good chance.

Read more: https://www.youngwitness.com.au/story/6 ... s/?cs=1666
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Draws released for the Junior Reps. I am sure GE will put them up. SG Ball first three games at home. Tarsha Gale (girls) to play at Canberra Stadium before our Friday night game on 3 April.

First game Saturday 8 February V Parramatta at Raiders Belconnen.

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Apparently junior reps trials today at Kirkham Park Camden, with SG Ball reportedly big winners against Western Suburbs Magpies... while the Magpies "did enough" to win against the Raiders in Harold Matthews. Canberra Raiders were winners over Wests Tigers in Tarsha Gale Cup.

Monaro Colts also defeated GSR Wests Tigers in Laurie Daley Cup trial and were big winners over the GSR Wests Tigers in Andrew Johns Cup.

I probably wouldn't have driven to Camden for these, but it would be nice if the club told us about the lower grade trials...
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The Ball side were very impressive.


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dribble73 wrote:
January 18, 2020, 7:45 pm
The Ball side were very impressive.


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greeneyed wrote:
dribble73 wrote:
January 18, 2020, 7:45 pm
The Ball side were very impressive.


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2020 Junior Representatives Final Squads

Congratulations to the players who have been named in the Canberra Raiders Junior Representative Final Squads for the 2020 season.

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2020/01 ... al-squads/

SG Ball (Under 18s)

Henry Alesi
Pauliasi Amone
Michael Asomua
JJ Clarkson
Caleb Esera
Ethan Foster
Eneseli Kamuta
Ashton Kolinisau
Seeti Kuresa
Bryce Magnone
Trey Mooney
Jackson Owen
Joshua Pokhoney
Levi Rokovuki
Xavier Savage
Kane Smith
Mitchell Spencer
Zane Thomson
Junior Tupou
Keegan Vandenberg
Clay Webb
Jack Williams
Connor Williams

Tarsha Gale (Under 18s)

Ma'ata Alai Lokeni
Valasi Asomua
Krystal Blackwell
Molly Carr
Holly Christison
Samantha Clegg
Jemma Davey
Ashleigh Deaton
Maddie Dodson
Geena Elliott
Sydney Harrison
Amelia Kiriui
Hayley Liddle
Grace Martin
Makayla Morris
Kathryn Niki
Klaudia Osztrenkovics
Brianna Rankin
Erica Rowell
Kaylee Roy
Sophia Scorce
Grace Tai
Madyson Tooth
Carly Wilkin

Harold Matthews (Under 16s)

TK Cecil-Hamiora
Jack Craig
Matthew Davis
Jordan Eti
Penieli Faoa
Samuel Gash
Michael Griffiths
Jacob Haeata
Owen Hromow
Siamani Leuluai
Jett Liu
Niu Mariota
Noah Martin
Blake Metcalfe
Leroy Murray
Matthew Parkes
Joshua Petrovic
Brock Sing
Clay Sing
Sean Trindall
David White
Kaden Williams
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Sing brothers crack Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews squad

Sing siblings Brock and Clay have secured spots in Canberra Raiders' Harold Matthews under 16s squad for the upcoming 2020 season.

"They're great lads. I'm not surprised at all because they're very talented players," Cherrypickers first grade coach Nick Hall said. "They're both very committed, they're doing a lot of extras outside training and have a lot of support from their family, who are all good athletes as well. They have great genetics and great work ethics.

Read more: https://www.youngwitness.com.au/story/6 ... ews-squad/
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Clarkson on track to 'make the big time'

Jayden Clarkson is a burly forward from Redlands that has captured the attention of Queensland selectors and the Canberra Raiders.

The 17-year-old was one of 34 talented teens picked for the Queensland Under 18 Emerging Origin squad that got together for a camp at the Sunshine Coast at the weekend.

Read more: https://www.qrl.com.au/news/2020/01/23/ ... -big-time/

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Future burns bright for Cowra's young Canberra Raiders

Three of Cowra's future footy stars have been selected as part of two Canberra Raiders junior representative sides.

Josh Pokoney has been named in the 2020 SG Ball Cup squad while Jacob Haeata and Leroy Murray will line up for the 2020 Harold Matthews Cup Squad.

Read more: https://www.cowraguardian.com.au/story/ ... rs/?cs=594
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Lot's of expectation for the SG Ball to do well. Good luck to all.

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2020 Round 1 Junior Representatives

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Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders V Parramatta Eels
Saturday February 8, 12:00pm
Raiders Belconnen

Canberra Raiders
1. Madyson Tooth 2. Klaudia Osztrenkovics 3. Valasi Asomua 4. Grace Tai 5. Molly Carr 6. Makayla Morris 7. Krystal Blackwell (C) 8. Holly Jane Christison 9. Maddie Dodson 10. Amelia Kiriui 11. Samantha Clegg 12. Grace Martin 13. Geena Elliott 14. Kathryn Niki 15. Hayley Liddle 16. Carly Wilkin 17. Maata Alai-Lokeni 18. Jemma Davey
Coach: John Hawke

Parramatta Eels
1. Demia Pritchard 2. Tamerah Leati 3. Summah Terare 4. Rosalia Lea 5. Chelsee Austin 6. Martha Fua `8. Lydia Tavui-Leota 8. Shondell Akhabube 9. Marama Whanga Katipa 10. Losalio Sita Payne 12. Ruby-Jean Kennard 11. Gwen Swann 13. Manaia Blair 14. Kristen Cawthorne 15. Emma Cutbush 16. Ella Pinder 17. Shaelene Elliott 19. Amy Kellett

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders Tarsha Gale Cup finished in eighth in 2019, winning just two games - against the Roosters and Bulldogs. They finished on a six game losing streak. But the start of a new season brings new hope. They meet the Parramatta Eels - who finished fifth last season and knocked the Green Machine out of the finals in Week 1. The Eels had seven wins in 2019, progressing as far as Week 2 of the finals, when they came up against the minor premiers, the Illawarra Steelers. Parramatta won three of their final five games of 2019. The Raiders lost both encounters against the Eels in 2019 - 32-14 in Round 1 at Belconnen, and 48-4 in the Qualifying Final at HE Laybutt Field.

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders V Parramatta Eels
Saturday February 8, 1:30pm
Raiders Belconnen

Canberra Raiders
1. Sean Trindall 2. Joshua Petrovic 4. Michael Griffiths 3. Siamani Leuluai 5. Samuel Gash 6. Brock Sing 7. Leroy Murray 10. David White 9. Blake Metcalf 8. Jordan Eti 11. Kaden Williams 12. Clay Sing 13. Owen Hromow

14. Tohu-Kadaf Cecil-Hamiora 15. Jett Lui 16. Penieli Faoa 17. Matthew Parkes

18. Jacob Haeata 19. Noah Martin 20. Matthew Davis 21. Jack Craig
Coach: David Small

Parramatta Eels
1. Patrick Spence 2. Suliasi Aho 3. Poutoa Hotere-Papalii 4. Declan Murray 5. Joshua Lealaiauloto 6. Charlie Guymer 7. Ethan Sanders 8. Sam Tuivaiti 9. Yehya Ayache 10. Aufag Mino 11. Domenico De Stradis 12. Joshua Alhazim 13. Myles Martin

14. Terrence Lafai 15. Movete Otoota 16. Saxon Pryke 17. Raffaele De Stradis

18. Genesis Talagi Seuala

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews team produced an 11th placed finish last season, with a 2 and 6 record. The Raiders posted a LLWLL form line in their final five games of 2019. The Parramatta Eels also missed the finals last season, finishing ninth (4 and 4). The two teams did not meet over the past two seasons. The Eels won the past two encounters between the clubs in 2016 (Round 6, 34-22) and 2017 (Round 4, 26-6) - but in this competition, that's almost ancient history. Canberra has not made the Harold Matthews finals since 2017, but the Green Machine will be looking to turn that around with a new crop of players in 2020.

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders V Parramatta Eels
Saturday February 8, 3:00pm
Raiders Belconnen

Canberra Raiders
1. Brown Kuresa 5. Livai Kaloutolu 4. Junior Tupou 3. Keegan Vandenberg 2. Ashton Kolinisau 6. Pauliasi Amone 7. Mitchell Spencer 10. Bryce Magnone 9. Zane Thomson 8. Jayden Clarkson 11. Clay Webb 12. Caleb Esera 13. Trey Mooney

14. Jack Williams 15. Joshua Pokoney 16. Henry Alesi 17. Eneseli Kamuta

18. Jackson Owen 19. Connor Williams 20. Kane Smith 21. Ethan Foster 22. Michael Asomua
Coach: Billy Thomson

Parramatta Eels
1. Tyrone Sau 5. Freeman Forsythe 3. Villiami Penisini 4. James Malauulu 2. Matthew Komolafe 6. Jabriel Kalache 7. Josh Chappell 8. Jai Vakai 9. Vlado Jankovic 10. Jontay-Junior Betham-Misa 11. Toni Mataele 12. Maximus Tupou 13. Peter Taateo

14. Kyle Leonard 15. Larry Muagututia 16. Taylor Mauala 17. Caleb Tohi

18. Tutonu Junior Wright 19. Francis Faaofo Tuitino 20. Drew Lloyd 21. Jordan Tapusoa 22. David Langi

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders finished sixth on the ladder in SG Ball in 2019, posting a 5 and 3 record. They won their first finals clash, 34-10 against the seventh placed Tigers. But they were then knocked out of the finals race in Week 2, losing to the Central Coast Roosters, 46-16, at Kogarah Jubilee Stadium. The Parramatta Eels finished in the top four in this grade in 2019, but they were eliminated in Week 3 of the finals by the eventual premiers, the Illawarra Steelers.

As in Harold Matthews, these two teams have not met since 2017 - with the Eels taking the last two encounters. Canberra finished last season on a WWLWL form line - while the Eels won two of their final five games of the year (LWLWL).

There is a bit of excitement around some of the Raiders' recruits for SG Ball this season. Trey Mooney, formerly with the Eels, has been named at lock, with Jayden Clarkson at prop and Caleb Esera in the second row. It will be our first opportunity to see these well publicised recruits in green. There should be plenty of supporters on hand, given the club's Fan Day is to be staged in the morning at the ground.
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Welcome to our coverage of today’s Round 1 Junior Representatives from Raiders Belconnen.

This post updates with scores in Tarsha Gale Cup.

Canberra Raiders 30

Tries
Holly Jane Christison 4'
Klaudia Osztrenkovics 9'
Madyson Tooth 11'
Carly Wilkin 14'
Maddie Dodson 35'
Madyson Tooth 40'

Goals
Makayla Morris 10'
Makayla Morris 11'
Makayla Morris 14'

defeated

Parramatta Eels 8

Tries
Gwen Swann 42'
Marama Whanga Katipa 44'

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We are underway in Harold Matthews! Raiders kick off!
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22nd min TRY RAIDERS to centre Siamani Leuluai. What a try, an intercept and ran 80 Or 90 metres to score. It’s been a struggle but the Raiders deserve to be in front. Most of the play in the Eels half. No conversion.

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27th min TRY EELS to winger Joshua Lealaiauloto in the grandstand corner. No conversion.

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Eels 4
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Harold Matthews back underway in the second half.
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39th min TRY EELS to Raffaele De Stradis. Just too many errors from Canberra this half. Converted No. 2 Suliasi Aho.

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Eels have bombed two try scoring chances this half.
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59th min TRY EELS to winger Suliasi Aho. He was wrapped up but somehow struggled free, to crash over out wide. He cannot convert his own try.

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Canberra Raiders kick off in SG Ball.
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8th min TRY RAIDERS to winger Michael Asomua in the corner. What a pass from Clay Webb to set it in motion. No conversion No. 3 Junior Tupou.

Raiders 4-0
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11th min TRY Raiders to Jayden Clarkson. Just crashes over. This team is looking very good in the opening stages. Tupou converts.

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16th min TRY EELS on their first real opportunity... to fullback Tyrone Sau. They had him tackled but he went again. Elusive stepper. Half Josh Chappell converts.

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23rd min TRY EELS to Tyrone Sau, his second for the match. Two great offloads set it up for the EeLs. Chappell converts. All of a sudden...

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Raiders 10
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Eels kick off to start the second half in SG Ball. Raiders make an error from the short kick off to boot.
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41st min Raiders take the penalty shot at goal. The ground has been lashed by wind and rain, but it’s cleared quickly.

PENALTY GOAL RAIDERS to Junior Tupou.

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45th min TRY RAIDERS to Junior Tupou. He runs 70-80 metres after taking the intercept. Mitchell Spencer converts.

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49th min TRY RAIDERS to five eighth Mitch Spencer. It’s off the back of a forced line drop out, good defence. Tupou converts.

Raiders 24-12
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