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2020 Round 4 Junior Representatives

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Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders V Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy
Saturday February 29, 2:45pm
Henson Park

Canberra Raiders

1. Madyson Tooth 2. Klaudia Osztrenkovics 3. Valasi Asomua 4. Grace Tai 5. Molly Carr 6. Makayla Morris 7. Krystal Blackwell 8. Holly Jane Christison 9. Maddie Dodson 10. Amelia Kiriui 11. Samantha Clegg 12. Ashleigh Deaton 13. Grace Martin 14. Kathryn Niki 15. Hayley Liddle 16. Kaylee Roy 17. Maata Alai-Lokeni 18. Erica Rowell

Coach: John Hawke

Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy

1. Sophie Whitton 2. Zoe Cass 3. Maddie Binding 4. Jada Karam 5. Shernille Ellis 6. Tayla Montgomery 7. Courtney Tamati 8. Tymekqwa Duckett 9. Jessica Deakin 10. Anita Brown 11. Jamie-Lee Rooke 12. Teisha Saunders 13. Tarnee Evans 14. Taneka Todhunter 15. Milly Lupo 16. Checoby Murray 17. Maya Svagelli 18. Lailah Prince 19. Iesha Duckett 20. Keilee Joseph 21. Hannah Gerrard 22. Jade Doyle

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders Tarsha Gale Cup side suffered their first loss of the season in Round 3, defeated 22-14 by the Wests Tigers. It was a closely fought match, with the Raiders leading 6-4 at half time. A try to Canberra's Valasi Asomua in the 53rd minute put the home team right back in the match, but a try to Tigers fullback Jessica Whelan in the final two minutes sealed it for the western Sydney outfit.

This week, it is a battle between second and third on the ladder when the Raiders face the Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy. Both teams have posted two wins so far. The Roosters had a big 30-0 win over the Parramatta Eels in Round 2 and came away with a 14-10 win over the Penrith Panthers last week. The Roosters won just once last year, but the shift to 13 a side football might just be suiting them. The Raiders defeated the Indigenous Academy team 22-16 last year - while the Roosters won the only other encounter in 2018, 42-28.

Round 3 highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2020/02/2 ... -cup-rd-3/ (3:10 min mark)

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders V Sydney Roosters
Saturday February 29, 11:30am
Henson Park

Canberra Raiders

1. Brock Sing 2. Matthew Davis 3. Michael Griffiths 4. Siamani Leuluai 5. Joshua Petrovic 6. Penieli Faoa 7. Leroy Murray 8. Taulauniuotagaloa Mariota 9. Blake Metcalfe 10. David White 11. Owen Hromow 12. Kaden Williams 13. Clay Sing 14. Tohu-Kadaf Cecil-Hamiora 15. Jett Liu 16. Jordan Eti 17. Matthew Parkes 18. Noah Martin

Coach: David Small

Sydney Roosters

1. Dane Towns 2. Zac Sarfati 3. Sam Brial 4. Zane Rugless 5. Dylan Roach 6. Josh Durkin 7. Brent Hawkins 8. Nosa Obaseki 9. Tyren Ryan 10. Venasiotangifetaua Patuki Case 11. Ethan Roberts 12. Michael Abdow 13. Patrick Hoggett 14. TJ Speedy Coe 15. Kakile Leha 16. Baxter Seinor 17. Ramses Ah Chong 18. Modotinrowson Siu 19. Will Johnson 20. Lucius Cappadona 21. Matthew Wheatley

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews team had a bye in Round 3, and head into a clash with the 10th placed Sydney Roosters this week at Henson Park. Both teams have posted one win and one loss this year. The Raiders defeated the St George Dragons, 20-8, in their last outing, while the Roosters are coming off a 24-10 loss to the Parramatta Eels. Given the Raiders also lost to the Eels in Round 1 (14-4) we might see a close contest in this one. These teams have faced each other just twice in the past five years, with the Raiders winning way back in 2015, and the Roosters victorious in Round 4 of 2018, 16-14.

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Canberra Raiders V Sydney Roosters
Saturday February 29, 1:00pm
Henson Park

Canberra Raiders

1. Junior Tupou 2. Ashton Kolinisau 3. Michael Asomua 4. Keegan Vandenberg 5. Livai Kaloutolu 6. Pauliasi Amone 7. Connor Williams 8. Bryce Magnone 9. Mitchell Spencer 10. Jayden Clarkson 11. Henry Alesi 12. Caleb Esera 13. Trey Mooney 15. Eneseli Kamuta 17. Jackson Owen 18. Jack Williams 19. Kane Smith 14. Joshua Pokoney

Coach: Billy Thomson

Sydney Roosters

1. Moala Graham-Taufa 2. Lani Graham-Taufa 3. Jordan Swann 4. Corey Ross 5. Isaac Guba 6. Vaiala Tamati 7. Ronald Volkman 8. Toesami Toevai 9. Joshua Bevan 10. Nicholas Fenton 11. Darcy Clifton 12. Naufahu Whyte 13. Tallis Duncan 14. Alan Holten 15. Henry Mikaele 16. Samuel Iese 17. Asolelei Fretton 18. Joshua Wong 19. Kani Manu 20. Nicholas Wiggan

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders remain undefeated after the first three rounds and stand alone on top of the SG Ball ladder. They produced a 36-24 victory over the Victoria Thunderbolts, but only really got on top of the Melbourne Storm junior outfit in the final 15 minutes - with a Victorian player in the sin bin for a professional foul.

The Thunderbolts were the first to score when No. 9, Tui Ieremia split the Raiders up the middle in the very first minute, offloading to fullback Sualauvi Faalogo. Canberra hit back in the 11th minute, with Caleb Esera making an impressive break to send half Connor Williams in under the posts. Further tries to Brown Kuresa and Junior Tupou gave the Raiders an 18-6 lead after 25 minutes.

But poor defence let the Thunderbolts charge back into the game. Tries to the Thunderbolts' wingers Lene Feterika and Imila Mataafa saw the Victorian outfit trail by just four points, 18-14, at the break. Then in the 41st minute, Feterika escaped the in goal, offloading to centre Sione Finau for a 100 metre Thunderbolts try. That gave the visitors a 20-18 lead. Raiders tries to Caleb Esera, Jack Williams and Livai Kaloutolu inside the final 15 minutes delivered the victory. A second try to the Thunderbolt's Sione Finau in the final minute of the match underlined the need for the Raiders to be working on their defence this week. Trey Mooney was the clear man of the match, but Esera, Clarkson and Tupou also impressed.

This week, the Raiders are on the road for the first time this season, travelling to Henson Park for a meeting with the sixth placed Sydney Roosters. The Roosters are also undefeated in the two games they've played so far. They posted a 50-4 win over the Western Suburbs Magpies in Round 2 - and a 26-22 win over the Eels last week. The two teams have only played each other twice in the past five years, with the record standing at one apiece. The Roosters won the last contest, 22-12, in Round 4 of 2018 - but in this grade that's already ancient history. It should be a good test for the young Green Machine on Saturday - and they'll need to improve their defence if they're to keep their undefeated record.

Round 3 highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2020/02/2 ... -cup-rd-3/ (5:45 min mark)
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Danger game for the SG ball side against the NZ Roosters. Will need to contain the #1 and and #7.
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Junior Reps Round 4 Preview

The Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews Cup side are back in action in Round 4 against the Sydney Roosters after enjoying the bye last weekend.

“It would have been their effort [that impressed me the most in their Round 2 win],” coach David Small said. “We understand that they are only young footy players. They’re going to make errors so we just need to, week by week, make gradual improvements with our execution.

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Welcome to our coverage of today’s Canberra Raiders Junior Representatives matches. This post will update with scores from all three games at Henson Park.

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders 24

Tries
Joshua Petrovic 15'
Joshua Petrovic 42'
Leroy Murray 49'
Joshua Petrovic 55'

Goals
Samuel Gash 16'
Samuel Gash 44'
Samuel Gash 50'
Leroy Murray 56'

Sydney Roosters 18

Tries
Josh Durkin 7'
Kakile Leha 10'
Zac Sarfati 24'
Zac Sarfati 37'

Goals
Brent Hawkins 11'

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Sydney Roosters 14 led Canberra Raiders 6

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Canberra Raiders 24 defeated Sydney Roosters 18

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders 26

Tries
Henry Alesi 3'
Livai Kaloutolu 8'
Livai Kaloutolu 30'
Jack Williams 48'
Caleb Esera 51'

Goals
Junior Tupou 4'
Junior Tupou 9
Junior Tupou 49'

Sydney Roosters 40

Tries
Lani Graham-Taufa 14'
Jordan Swann 22'
Corey Ross 25
Alan Holten 34'
Tallis Duncan 36'
Moala Graham-Taufa 41'
Moala Graham-Taufa 43'

Goals
Ronald Volkman 23'
Ronald Volkman 26'
Ronald Volkman 35'
Ronald Volkman 37'
Ronald Volkman 42'
Ronald Volkman 45'

HALF TIME

Sydney Roosters 24 led Canberra Raiders 16

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Sydney Roosters 40 defeated Canberra Raiders 26

Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders 18

Tries
Valasi ASOMUA 5'
Makayla MORRIS 19'
Maddie DODSON 24'
Valasi ASOMUA 36'

Goals
Makayla MORRIS 6'

Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy 10

Tries
Teisha SAUNDERS 9'
Jessica DEAKIN 54'

Goals
Jada Karam 55'

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Canberra Raiders 14 led Sydney Roosters 4

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Canberra Raiders 18 defeated Sydney Roosters 10
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You don’t often win games giving up 40 points...
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Round 3 Andrew Johns Cup

Illawarra South Coast Dragons 18 (Jack Piccirilli 2, Kane Graham tries, Jack Piccirilli 3 goals) defeated Monaro Colts 14 (Jesse Eljuga, Jordan Thurling, Kyle McDermott tries, Jake Griffin goal)

Riverina Bulls 30 (Joseph Roddy 2, Cooper Emonson, Blayne Linsell, Semisi Liu tries, Hayden Cook 5 goals) defeated GSR Wests Tigers 12 (Dean Cotton, Jordan Miller tries, Raiden Crowe 2 goals)

Round 3 Laurie Daley Cup

Illawarra South Coast Dragons 44 (Coleby Smith, Jayden Brody 2, Ethan O'Connell, Fletcher Blackett, Isaiah Kennedy, Toby Peters, Jhet Steyger tries, Toby Peters 6 goals) defeated Monaro Colts 18 (Keegan Kenny, Ty Dowdle, Noah Saddler tries, Mitchell Evans 3 goals)

Riverina Bulls 36 (Thomas McIllhatton 2, Mitchell Prest, Wilson Hamblin, Connah Teauupa, Ned Cooper, Khaileb Cameron-Pani tries, Tristan Wheeler 4 goals) defeated GSR Wests Tigers 28 (Tyreece Rea-Milford 2, Isaiah Tuiaki, Luke Cowley tries, Luke Cowley 2 goals)
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Canberra Raiders V Canterbury Bulldogs
Saturday March 7, 3:30pm
Belmore Sports Ground

Canberra Raiders

1. Madyson Tooth 2. Klaudia Osztrenkovics 3. Valasi Asomua 4. Grace Tai 5. Molly Carr 6. Makayla Morris 7. Krystal Blackwell 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. Kaylee Roy 17. Maata Alai-Lokeni 18. Carly Wilkin

Coach: John Hawke

Canterbury Bulldogs

1. Lily Marsters 2. Addyson Winterstien 3. Molimoli Sika 4. Leah-Rhys Toka 5. Afeni Tabuai-Salee 6. Anneka Wilson 7. Leilani Wilson 8. Mya Hill-Moana 9. Charkyl Ngamotu 10. Tamika-Che Tohia 11. Indee Brown 12. Anjali Mence 13. Precious Papalii 14. Stephanie Baker 15. Mia Henderson 16. Anna Seata Takapautolo 19. Sarah Kitiona 23. Leilani Arona

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders Tarsha Gale Cup got themselves back on the winners' list in Round 4, with a 18-10 victory over the Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy at Henson Park. The Green Machine led 14-4 at the break, after scoring three tries. They stretched the lead in the 37th minute when winger Valasic Asomua crossed for her second try of the afternoon. And while a try to the Roosters' hooker Jessica Deakin narrowed the gap with five minutes left on the clock, the Raiders held on for an eight point win.

The result sees the Raiders move into second place on the ladder - on points differential. The leading three teams, the Steelers, Raiders and Sharks, have all posted three victories. However, the Raiders have one loss to their name, while the Steelers and Sharks have a game in hand. This week, the Raiders meet the seventh placed Canterbury Bulldogs. The Bulldogs have a 1 and 2 record so far this season, getting their first win in Round 4 against the last placed Newcastle Knights (32-8). The Raiders have won both of their previous clashes with the Bulldogs - 28-8 in Round 4 2019 at Cabramatta and 40-26 in Round 9 2018 at Belmore. We'll tip the resurgent Raiders to win this one at home.

Round 4 highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2020/03/0 ... -cup-rd-4/

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders V Cronulla Sharks
Sunday March 8, 1:30pm
Gungahlin Enclosed

Canberra Raiders

1. Brock Sing 2. Jacob Haeata 3. Michael Griffiths 4. Samuel Gash 5. Joshua Petrovic 6. Penieli Faoa 7. Leroy Murray 8. Taulauniuotagaloa Mariota 9. Blake Metcalfe 10. David White 11. Owen Hromow 12. Kaden Williams 13. Clay Sing 14. Tohu-Kadaf Cecil-Hamiora 15. Jett Liu 16. Jordan Eti 17. Matthew Parkes 18. Noah Martin 19. Siamani Leuluai 20. Matthew Davis 21. Jack Craig

Coach: David Small

Cronulla Sharks

1. Siteni Taukamo 2. Tyrell Fakaua 3. Talanoa Penitani 4. Koby Douglas 5. Osca Catton 6. Dylan Christensen 7. Max Demeio 8. Zane Watson 9. Taj Brailey 10. Lachlan Crossle 11. Hayden Westwood 12. Luke Raymond 13. Nicholas Stonestreet 14. Ricardo Oloapu 15. Lachlan Araullo 16. Ryan Rapata Clements 17. Cruiz Devine 18. Justin Letton 19. Billy Dickens 20. Sasha Popovic 21. Oliver Townsend

Round 4 highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2020/03/0 ... -cup-rd-4/

AT A GLANCE: A hat trick for winger Josh Petrovic saw the Canberra Raiders seal a come from behind victory over the Sydney Roosters in Round 4 at Henson Park. The Raiders trailed 14-6 at half time, with Petrovic scoring the only first half try for the Green Machine. The home team went to a 12 point lead in the 38th minute, when winger Zac Sarfati bagged his double. But Petrovic scored his second of the day five minutes later - and a Leroy Murray try in the 49th minute saw the Raiders draw level. With just five minutes left, centre Samuel Gash grabbed an intercept, sending Petrovic on an 85 metre run to the try line for the match winner.

The fifth placed Raiders now return home for a Round 5 meeting the tenth placed Cronulla Sharks. The Raiders have a 2 and 1 record so far this season, while the Sharks are 1 and 2. Last week, the Sharks suffered a 34-20 loss to a top four Panthers outfit - but Cronulla have defeated the Raiders in both of their previous two meetings (26-6 at Gungahlin in Round 8 last year, and 30-26 at Seiffert in Round 3 2018). The Sharks have been in the top handful of teams over the past five years in this grade - so it should be another good test for the young Green Machine.

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Canberra Raiders V Cronulla Sharks
Sunday March 8, 3:00pm
Gungahlin Enclosed

Canberra Raiders

1. Junior Tupou 2. Michael Asomua 3. Keegan Vandenberg 4. Brown Kuresa 5. Livai Kaloutolu 6. Pauliasi Amone 7. Connor Williams 8. Bryce Magnone 9. Zane Thomson 11. Jackson Owen 12. Caleb Esera 13. Trey Mooney 14. Mitchell Spencer 15. Jayden Clarkson 16. Henry Alesi 17. Eneseli Kamuta 18. Jack Williams 19. Kane Smith

Coach: Billy Thomson

Cronulla Sharks

1. Noah Lester 2. Harley Lester 3. Douglas Levi 4. Jordan Samrani 5. Samuel Stonestreet 6. Kade Dykes 7. Manaia Waitere 8. Joshua Finau 9. Romano Cook 10. Semisi Sikei 11. Kitione Kautoga 12. Samuel Jinks 13. Blake Hosking 14. Kobie Wilson 15. Jed Hardy 16. William Abou-Arrage 17. Zac Hodges

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders suffered a 40-26 loss to the Sydney Roosters at Henson Park last Saturday - their first loss of the season. Coach Billy Thomson has been warning his charges that they need to lift in defence - and that was driven home in the clash with the Roosters, after they conceded seven tries. Raiders winger Livai Kaloutolu scored a double in the first half - but Canberra trailed 22-16 at the break. The home team then opened the second half with three tries in the space of eight minutes - piling on 18 points. Tries to Jack Williams and Caleb Esera saw the Raiders reduce the deficit, but it was not enough.

The Raiders have now tumbled to sixth place on the ladder, on points differential - but they are just one competition point away from the ladder leading Knights and Rabbitohs. In Round 5, Canberra will meet the 13th placed Cronulla Sharks - a team that has a 1 and 2 record so far this year (Raiders 3 and 1). The Sharks are coming off a 38-14 loss to the New Zealand Warriors last week at Shark Park. The Raiders won this clash last year, 30-26 at Gunghalin in Round 8.

The Raiders have a clearly better attacking record than the Sharks this year - scoring 32 points per match, compared with 24 for the Sharks. However, the Sharks have been better in defence (85 per cent tackle efficiency, compared with 77 per cent for the Raiders). The Raiders have conceded an average 27 points per game in 2020, the Sharks 22. Canberra will no doubt again be putting in plenty of work on their defence this week - and will be aiming to avoid the lapses in concentration we've seen in the first month of football. If they do, their attack should be too good for the Sharks at home.

Round 4 highlights: To come.
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Junior Reps Round 5 Preview

The Canberra Raiders Tarsha Gale Cup side have started the season in fine form with three wins from four matches and will be looking to add another scalp this weekend.

“I’m pretty happy with where we are at,” coach John Hawke said. “But at the end of the day, these girls are still learning and evolving. You kind of saw that with our hiccup against the Wests Tigers. It was down to our preparation, more than it was down to the game itself. These girls are learning each week how to prepare for games and that it doesn’t matter who you are playing – you have to prepare well to play well.”

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Games are now on Sunday.


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dribble73 wrote: March 6, 2020, 8:12 pm Games are now on Sunday.

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Can only imagine due to the rain.
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Bay53 wrote:Can only imagine due to the rain.
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dribble73 wrote: March 7, 2020, 6:25 am
Bay53 wrote:Can only imagine due to the rain.
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Welcome to our coverage of today's Tarsha Gale Cup match, between the Canberra Raiders and Canterbury Bulldogs. This match has been switched to Belmore Sports Ground. This post will update with live scores.

Canberra Raiders 12

Tries
Krystal Blackwell 51'
Holly Jane Christison 54'

Goals
Makayla Morris 52'
Makayla Morris 55'

Canterbury Bulldogs 16

Tries
Indee Brown 5'
Indee Brown 14'
Indee Brown 18'

Goals
Addyson Winterstein 6'
Addyson Winterstein 19'

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Canterbury Bulldogs 16 led Canberra Raiders 0

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Welcome to our coverage of today’s Junior Representatives matches from Gungahlin Enclosed. Canberra Raiders V Cronulla Sharks. First up is Harold Matthews at 1:30pm, then we will see from 3:00pm. Live scores right here.
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Sharks kick off, we are underway. Minute’s silence for Don Furner Snr.
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3rd min TRY SHARKS to fullback Siteni Tuakamo. Very early reward for territory. No conversion.

Sharks 4-0
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6th min TRY SHARKS to Hayden Westwood. They’re in again, first set after the kick off. The Sharks kick ahead and the Raiders can’t defuse. No conversion.

Sharks 8-0
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15th min TRY RAIDERS to Samuel Gash. Raiders take advantage of some dropped ball and a big overlap. No conversion.

Sharks 8-4
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17th min TRY RAIDERS in the corner to winger Jacob Haeata. Good draw and pass from his centre Griffiths to create the overlap. Samuel Gash converts from the sideline, with the breeze pushing it back in.

Raiders 10-8
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22nd min TRY RAIDERS to five eighth Blake Metcalfe. He makes the break, and goes again after not being effectively tackled. Gash converts. He hangs his head prior to his kicks... interesting routine which works.

Raiders 16-8
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26th min TRY RAIDERS to Kaden Williams. They might have started slow, but they’re on fire now. Some missed scoring chances as well. Gash converts from close to the posts. The Sharks will have the breeze behind them in the second half...

Raiders 22-8
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30th min TRY SHARKS to Talanoa Penitani after the siren... play seemingly halted but allowed to continue. Conversion to Siteni Taukamo from out wide, hits the post and bounces over. Costly, just before the break and the score line doesn’t reflect the run of play.

Canberra Raiders 22
Cronulla Sharks 14
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Raiders kick off to start the second half in Harold Matthews.
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33rd min TRY SHARKS to Luke Raymond. They get a red zone set after Raiders fullback Brock Sing is unable to take a bomb swirling in the wind. No conversion.

Raiders 22-16
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41st min TRY SHARKS to centre Taniloa Penitani. He’s big and just crashes over out wide. Sharks take advantage of a Raiders error mid field. Converted Siteni Taukamo. The goal looked certain to miss until the breeze took it.

Sharks 24-22
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46th min TRY SHARKS to Ricardo Oloapu, he’s huge and there’s no stopping the No. 14. That try right on half time was a real turning point... the Raiders needed a bigger lead at half time, given the wind. Converted Siteni Taukamo.

Sharks 30-22
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51st min TRY SHARKS off the back of an unlucky ruck penalty. The Sharks are full of running and the Raiders defence looks stretched every time they get to the red zone. Siteni Taukamo converts.

Sharks 36-22
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6 mins to go Samueal Gash saves a certain try, knocks the ball dead, out of the hands of the Sharks winger.
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55th min TRY SHARKS to Siteni Taukamo in the corner, scored off the forced line drop out. The Raiders have barely had possession in this second half. No conversion.

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2 mins to go. Sharks nearly score again after a spilled bomb, but no try called, Raiders player held back.

60th min TRY RAIDERS to big prop Niu Mariota. He just charges and goes over. It’s really been the only scoring chance in the second half. Gash converts.

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We are underway in SG Ball at Gungahlin Enclosed.
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5th min TRY SHARKS to centre Douglas Levi out wide, no conversion.

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7th min TRY SHARKS to Jordan Samrani. It’s a bad start in defence from Canberra, but Cronulla has a very stiff breeze behind their backs in this half. Romano Cook fails to convert.

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