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bonehead wrote: February 20, 2021, 2:49 pm excellent win down on troops, both sides were gassed in the second half

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Yeah they sure were. We got a penalty in front with about 3-4 mins to go and I was shocked we didn’t just take the two. We were totally out of petrol.

Massive loss with Clarkson today, Savage will probably be a couple of weeks.

Awful to see the Illawarra bloke do his knee today too. So innocuous. Just went for a catch and as soon as he landed it went.

If we can get some troops back, as most other sides play their best 19 year olds in Jersey Flegg, I suspect we are the team to beat.
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Found Moala to be interesting, he seemed to control the game well

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Hope both the injured players (Clarkson and Savage) can recover in time for finals.

First time seeing Sandford play and I saw enough. Great recruitment.
Moala is ready for higher competition and worked well with Thorburn who needs to kick less.
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ALX22 wrote: February 20, 2021, 6:48 pm Hope both the injured players (Clarkson and Savage) can recover in time for finals.

First time seeing Sandford play and I saw enough. Great recruitment.
Moala is ready for higher competition and worked well with Thorburn who needs to kick less.
Agree Sandford was good as was Saddler.

Also big shout out to Jack McDougall in 19. I would have thought to be honest, if Mooney and Esera were in the side and we hadn’t have needed move on a few guys who played up, McDougall would be a fair way from the side. But when Clarkson went down, McDougall just ripped in and make so many tough carries and played big minutes.

It is that sort of spirit from lesser likes that builds character in teams. Great stuff.
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ALX22 wrote: February 20, 2021, 6:48 pm Hope both the injured players (Clarkson and Savage) can recover in time for finals.

First time seeing Sandford play and I saw enough. Great recruitment.
Moala is ready for higher competition and worked well with Thorburn who needs to kick less.
I think JJ will be massive odds to play any more footy this season. Savage should be back and his one move was all class.
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bonehead wrote: February 20, 2021, 6:21 pm Found Moala to be interesting, he seemed to control the game well

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Yeah thought he was good, big body for a half. Will wait to see a bit more before making more of a judgement about whether he can progress past this grade.

It was a very good performance. The 10 points we conceded were when Savage went off and Connor Williams went to the wing. He is not a winger. They jumped all over him.
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What happened to Clarkson?
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sprintman wrote: February 20, 2021, 9:04 pm What happened to Clarkson?
Ankle injury, in a moon boot after the game.
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Good to see quite a few of the top squad at the games today, including Ryan James, Ryan Sutton, Corey Horsburgh, Albert Hopoate and more.
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greeneyed wrote: February 20, 2021, 10:05 pm
sprintman wrote: February 20, 2021, 9:04 pm What happened to Clarkson?
Ankle injury, in a moon boot after the game.
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2021 Round 4 Junior Representatives

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Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders V Canterbury Bulldogs
Saturday February 2, 1:15pm
Terry Lamb Complex, Chester Hill

Canberra Raiders

4. Alanna Dummett 2. Chloe Muggleton 3. Valasi Asomua 6. Madyson Tooth 5. Klaudia Osztrenkovics 14. Jaxan Blackhall 7. Makayla Morris 10. Amelia Kiriui 9. Maddie Dodson 18. Carly Wilkin 8. Jacquiline Pele 12. Maata Alai-Lokeni 13. Geena Elliott

16. Teliya Hetaraka 17. Grace Tai 21. Hayley Liddle 24. Shanae Pope

15. Cassius Delamer 23. Molly Carr

Canterbury Bulldogs

1. Addyson Winterstien 2. Monique Najjar 3. Petesa Lio 4. Haylee Hifo 5. Shabar Thomas 6. Nga Mako Totorewa 7. Anneka Wilson 8. Angelina Teakaraanga Katoa 9. Taleah Gibson 10. Gwen Swann 11. Indee Brown 12. Leilani Wilson 13. Sara Sautia

14. Anjali Mence 15. Anna Seata Takapautolo 16. Lydia Tavui-Leota 17. Tamika-Che Tohia

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders Tarsha Gale team was defeated by the Illawarra Steelers, 28-16, last Saturday at Kippax. It was a fairly close contest in the first half with both teams scoring two tries - and goal kicking proving the difference to the 12-8 half time lead for the Steelers. But the Raiders could not keep pace after the break. The Steelers' speedy fullback Teegan Berry scored an impressive hat trick - and the Raiders gave her too much room, too often. Madyson Tooth opened the scoring for the Raiders in the 13th minute, with a very good run on the last tackle. The best try for the Green Machine was scored 10 minutes later, with winger Chloe Muggleton making a great break down the scoreboard touchline. Captain Krystal Blackwell scored a cheeky consolation try in the final minute, taking off from the scrum base for an incisive run. But by then it was all too late.

Round 3 Tarsha Gale Cup highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2021/02/2 ... a-gale-r3/

The Raiders are yet to produce a win in this grade in 2021, and are placed seventh in a nine team competition. Canberra did not lose by much in the opening two rounds, but some crucial errors have proven costly. The Green Machine now meets the eighth placed Canterbury Bulldogs - another team yet to record a win. The Bulldogs suffered a 26-12 loss to the Wests Tigers last Saturday at Leichhardt Oval. The Raiders have won two of the three clashes played against the Bulldogs in this competition - but the Bulldogs won the last contest, 16-12, in Round 5 last year at Belmore.

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders V North Sydney Bears
Saturday February 27, 12:00pm
Macquarie University Sports Field

Canberra Raiders

1. Samuel Gash 2. Jacob Haeata 4. Michael Griffiths 5. Siamani Leuluai 3. Hunter Marsh 6. Brock Sing 7. Leroy Murray 8. David White 14. Noah Marcantonio 10. Matthew Parkes 15. Blake Halls 19. Deekon Parsons 13. Clay Sing

11. Own Hromow 16. Jack Neyland 17. Harley Young 18. Kaide Steele

12. Noah Martin 20. Darcey Bush 21. Jordan Eli 22. Cooper Emonson


North Sydney Bears

1. Joseph Jaber 2. Tomasi Tupou 3. Malachi Tareke 4. Jason Collison 5. Benjamin Zahra 6. Malakye Enasio 7. Marbam Wichmann 8. Christian Loleni 9. Brayden Nicholls 10. Matthew Newlyn 11. Riley Price 12. Jake Ellyard 13. Eden Devonshire

14. Moustafa Dirani 15. Joshua Tajhya 16. Jhet Carroll 17. Philip Talaivleva

18. Mitchell Hyslop 19. Aiafi Pomale 20. Papasees Tamaseu

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders have lost their three opening matches of the season in Harold Matthews - one of three teams yet to get a win. They suffered a big 38-6 loss at the hands of the Illawarra Steelers last Saturday on a very warm day at Kippax. It was pretty much all one way traffic, with the Raiders conceding seven tries. Canberra scored a consolation try inside the last 10 minutes, when half Leroy Murray kicked ahead for himself. He regathered to score after the ball took an awkward turn - and he converted his own try. Canberra sits in last place on the ladder and now travel to Sydney for a meeting with the 12th placed North Sydney Bears. The Bears have one win to their name this season - a 24-20 win over the Sharks at Cronulla last Saturday. The Raiders have won three of the past four matches against the Bears - but lost the last encounter, 26-12, in Round 3 of 2019 at Mascot.

Round 3 Harold Matthews highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2021/02/2 ... tthews-r3/

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders V North Sydney Bears
Saturday February 27, 1:30pm
Macquarie University Sports Field

Canberra Raiders

1. Jack Sandford 2. Michael Asomua 3. Deakin Bright 4. Joshua Billing 5. Joseph Delle 6. Mitchell Spencer 7. Sione Moala 8. Kane Smith 9. Toby Thorburn 16. Mitchell Prest 11. Noah Saddler 12. Clay Webb 13. Blake Martin

14. Connor Williams 15. Abai Chatfield-Mooka 18. Jack McDougall 21. Wilson Hamblin

North Sydney Bears

1. Matthew Rose 2. Giavanni Abel 3. Tanasio Winikerei 4. Isaac Rosario 5. Peter Poulos 6. Finn Douch 7. Michael Farah 8. Taine Boland 9. Elijah Sarkis 10. Tayson Fakaosi 11. Kobe Bone 12. Max Sedgman 13. Blake Coombes

14. Kobe Poching 15. Laidley Rouse 16. Allan Lo Tam 17. Nat Latu

18. Damien Nati 19. Lafi Tuinauvai 20. Jordan Dickson 21. Tyler Vasilovski

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders SG Ball team are on top of the SG Ball ladder, after opening the season with three wins in a row. The Raiders produced a big 36-10 victory over the Illawarra Steelers at a very hot Kippax last Saturday. It was a strong performance from the young Green Machine, considering the loss of prop Jayden Clarkson (ankle) and centre Xavier Savage (hamstring) during the match.

In his debut in green, Savage showed what all the excitement has been about, scoring the first try of the match, after just three minutes. He is elusive and speedy and both were clearly on display. Unfortunately he left the field shortly afterwards, with a hamstring problem. The Steelers quickly fought back, with tries to centre Brandon Morkos and winger Cooper Tunbridge - taking a 10-6 lead after 15 minutes. But the Raiders gradually re-asserted control, with tries to Mitchell Prest and Connor Williams, in the space of three minutes, delivering an 18-10 lead for the home team at the break. It was not all easy going for the Raiders in the second half, but they were able to keep the Steelers scoreless, while piling on four tries themselves. Half Sione Moala and hooker Toby Thorburn were busy, while Noah Saddler and Clay Webb impressed in the second row. Moala, Webb and Saddler all scored well deserved second half tries.

Round 3 SG Ball highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2021/02/2 ... g-ball-r3/

The Raiders are the only team with a perfect 3-0 record. In Round 4, they head to Macquarie University for a clash with the North Sydney Bears. The Bears are yet to post a win, and sit in 14th place on the ladder. The Bears suffered a huge 50-6 loss to the Sharks last weekend at Cronulla, conceding nine tries, six in the second half. However, they only lost by two points to the Eels in Round 2. The Raiders have a 3-0 recent record against the Bears. Canberra won the last clash between the clubs, 28-20, back in Round 9 of 2018 at North Sydney Oval.

Andrew Johns Cup

Monaro Colts V Western Rams
Sunday February 28, 10:00am
Belconnen Oval
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Monaro Colts

1. Sean Ward 2. William Johnston 3. Rhys Djerke 4. Jayden Wolfe 5. Israel Taiatini 6. Blake Hovi 7. Mark Connors (C) 8. Lane Davis 9. Xavier Cacciotti 10. Peter Milin 11. Max Mercer 12. Peter Soward 13. Jayden Svager

14. Ethan Alia 15. Jordan Williams 16. Gus Young 17. Michael Theodoridis

Western Rams

1. Ronan Hunt-Cameron 2. Will Cuthill 3. Malakai Folau 4. Jonah Raidaveta 5. Kaleb Sutherland 6. William Black 7. Kaydden Hoad 8. Ethan Young 9. Fletcher Hunt 10. TBA 11. Jet McAuliffe 12. Connor Vardanega 13. Toby Gibson

14. Jaiden Powyer 15. Cody Crouch 16. Braith Boyd 17. Harry Hammond

18. Alexander Davies

Riverina Bulls V Macarthur Wests Tigers
Sunday February 28, 10:00am
Kirkham Oval, Camden
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Riverina Bulls

1. Jared McKinnon 2. Isaac Hardman 3. Max Harland 4. Jacob Iosefa 5. Koko Salim 6. Brayden O'Reilly 7. Riley Powderly 8. Elvis Nauer-Wood 9. Jaxon Lemon 10. Bailey Dal Molin 11. Jed Reardon 12. Noah Killeen 13. Billy Corcoran

14. Nicolas Carroll 15. Beniel Dakunibubului 16. Angus Clark 18. Jacob Cain

20. Angus Purcell

Macarthur Wests Tigers

1. Dario Rodriguez 2. Likari Leota 3. Daniel Waqa 4. Thomas Pati 14. Zac Gibson 6. Callum Feehan 7. Heith Pritchard 8. Harry Delaney 9. Lincoln Miners 10. James Folaumoetui 11. Bowen Roper 12. Ahmed Al Dhalimi 13. Jeremiah Leatigaga

15. Simon Pereira 16. Jett Carl 17. Elmir Korajac 20. Josh Lui

18. Semi Ropeti

Laurie Daley Cup

Monaro Colts V Western Rams
Sunday February 28, 11:20am
Belconnen Oval
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Monaro Colts

1. Ty Dowdle 2. Kane Rushton 3. Matthew Wheatley 4. Mitchell Swadling 5. Tyrell Kimori-Edmond 6. Joshua Latham 7. Mitchell Evans 8. James Dyball 9. Jack Anderson 10. Jayden Ford 11. Keegan Kenny 12. Thomas Carey 13. Jacob Piper

14. Jayde Howard 15. Joshua Weir 16. Ryan Castle 17. Noah Mills

18. Alan Malibe

Western Rams

1. Samuel Lane 2. Darcy Leadbitter 3. David West 4. Zac Williams 5. Nathan Walker 6. Braye Porter 7. Cooper Egan 8. Jesse Shorter 9. Fletcher Haycock 10. Bill Statham 11. Riley Wake 12. Finnley Neilsen 13. Billy Phillips

14. Mitchell Cleary 15. Cooper Ferrari 16. Matthew Noakes 17. Tobias Miller

18. Jamie Thorpe 19. Lachlan Lawson

Riverina Bulls V Macarthur Wests Tigers
Sunday February 28, 11:20am
Kirkham Oval, Camden
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Riverina Bulls

1. Logan Collins 2. Jack Stewart 3. David Oti 4. Brodie Mirtschin 5. Zain Mitchell-Dowding 6. Will McDermott 7. Jacob Maher 8. Jack Hillier 9. Mitchell Carter 10. Jett Liu 11. Sam Neiale 12. William Casey 13. Joseph Roddy

14. William Murray 15. William Roworth 16. Penieli Faoa 17. TBA

Macarthur Wests Tigers

1. Tyreece Rea-Milford 2. Riley Tonna 3. Raphael Pereira 4. Henry Alesi 5. Braydon Wickey 6. Jibril Elrich 7. James Davey 8. Jack Simpson 9. Jake Harris 10. Riley Williams 11. Lawrence Saipaia 12. Harrison Small 13. Bradley Bishop

14. Tevita Petelo 15. Jude Gomez 17. Adrian Neal 20. Tainiu Quiroz-Mapusua
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We've just signed a gun player for SG ball next year from south's. Remember the name Moustafa Sankari. Went to Westfield sports high.
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radicalraider wrote: February 24, 2021, 6:27 am We've just signed a gun player for SG ball next year from south's. Remember the name Moustafa Sankari. Went to Westfield sports high.
Seems to be getting good reviews for his Matts performances this year off the bench... interesting that he's switching clubs at this point.
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radicalraider wrote:We've just signed a gun player for SG ball next year from south's. Remember the name Moustafa Sankari. Went to Westfield sports high.
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Junior Reps Round Four Preview





The Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews Cup side travel to Wollongong to face the North Sydney Bears this Saturday.

“The squad from last year has changed significantly and we’ve got more local kids in the group this year,” coach David Small said. “Those kids are adjusting to playing junior reps compared to playing just local footy.”

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2021/02 ... r-preview/
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This post will update with scoring details in the Canberra Raiders Round 4 Junior Representative matches.

Tarsha Gale Cup
Canberra Raiders V Canterbury Bulldogs
Saturday February 2, 1:15pm
Terry Lamb Complex, Chester Hill

Canberra Raiders 24

Tries
Klaudia Osztrenkovics 2'
Madyson Tooth 13'
Madyson Tooth 18'
Teliya Hetaraka 41'
Valasi Asomua 55'

Goals
Makayla Morris 13'
Makayla Morris 19'

Canterbury Bulldogs 12

Tries
Anneka Wilson 35'
Sara Sautia 37'

Goals
Addyson Winterstein 36'
Addyson Winterstein 38

HALF TIME: Canberra Raiders 16 led Canterbury Bulldogs 0
FULL TIME: Canberra Raiders 24 defeated Canterbury Bulldogs 12

Harold Matthews
Canberra Raiders V North Sydney Bears
Saturday February 27, 12:00pm
Macquarie University Sports Field

Canberra Raiders 16

Tries
Clay Sing 20'
Siamani Leuluai 24'
Leroy Murray 39'

Goals
Leroy Murray 22'
Leroy Murray 25'

North Sydney Bears 28

Tries
Malachi Tareke 3'
Matthew Newlyn 6'
Malachi Tareke 12'
Benjamin Zahra 33'
Tomasi Tupou 53'
Tomasi Tupou 56'

Goals

Malakye Enasio 8'
Malakye Enasio 34'

HALF TIME: North Sydney Bears 14 led Canberra Raiders 12
FULL TIME: North Sydney Bears 28 defeated Canberra Raiders 16

SG Ball
Canberra Raiders V North Sydney Bears
Saturday February 27, 1:30pm
Macquarie University Sports Field

Canberra Raiders 56

Tries
Michael Asomua 6'
Deakin Bright 14'
Mitchell Spencer 19'
Joshua Billing 28'
Clay Webb 31'
Clay Webb 37'
Deakin Bright 43'
Joshua Billing 47'
Deakin Bright 53'
Michael Asomua 55'
Joseph Delle 59'
Clay Webb 68'

Goals
Sione Moala 7'
Sione Moala 29'
Sione Moala 33'
Mitchell Spencer 44'

North Sydney Bears 12

Tries
Issac Rosario 22'
Peter Poulos 63'

Goals
Michael Farah 24'
Finn Douch 65'

HALF TIME: Canberra Raiders 26 led North Sydney Bears 6
FULL TIME: Canberra Raiders 56 defeated North Sydney Bears 12
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Good win for the SG Ball side. Hope no injuries today.
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4 from 12 goal kicking not great but we March on. Norths are normally a bit of a cellar dweller so result probably not a big surprise but another 2 points.
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This post will update with live scores from the Monaro Colts Andrew Johns Cup and Laurie Daley Cup matches against the Western Rams at Kippax. Our Canberra Raiders Cup representatives will also be in action this afternoon in the Country Championship.



Andrew Johns Cup

Monaro Colts 14

Tries
Rhys Djerke 8'
Israel Taiatini 19'
Ethan Alaia 57'

Goals
Blake Hovi 20'

Western Rams 0

HALF TIME: Monaro Colts 10 led Western Rams 0
FULL TIME: Monaro Colts 14 defeated Western Rams 0

Laurie Daley Cup

Monaro Colts 22

Tries
Jack Anderson 14'
Kane Rushton 23'
Joshua Weir 37'
Jayde Howard 67'

Goals
Mitchell Evans 16'
Mitchell Evans 38'
Mitchell Evans 69'

Western Rams 22

Tries
Darcy Leadbitter 17'
Darcy Leadbitter 30'
Mitchell Cleary 33'
Zac Williams 47'

Goals
Braye Porter 31'
Braye Porter 34'
Braye Porter 49'

HALF TIME: Western Rams 16 led Monaro Colts 10
FULL TIME: Monaro Colts 22 drew Western Rams 22

We'll also have scoring details for the Riverina Bulls matches against the Macarthur Wests Tigers at Camden.



Andrew Johns Cup

Riverina Bulls 20

Tries
Koko Salim 10'
Angus Clark 33'
Koko Salim 38'
Noah Killeen 43'

Goals
Jared McKinnon 39'
Jared McKinnon 44'

Macarthur Wests Tigers 24

Tries
Likari Leota 14'
Daniel Waqa 27'
Daniel Waqa 48'
Daniel Waqa 56'

Goals
Zac Gibson 15'
Zac Gibson 28'
Zac Gibson 49'
Zac Gibson 57'

HALF TIME: Macarthur Wests Tigers 12 led Riverina Bulls 4
FULL TIME: Macarthur Wests Tigers 24 defeated Riverina Bulls 20

Laurie Daley Cup

Riverina Bulls 18

Tries
Joseph Roddy 6'
Jack Hillier 21'
Penieli Faoa 53'

Goals
Jack Hillier 7'
Jack Hillier 22'
Jack Hillier 55'

Macarthur Wests Tigers 16

Tries
Jack Simpson 3'
Riley Tonna 10'
Lawrence Saipaia 25'

Goals
Harrison Small 5'
Harrison Small 26'

HALF TIME: Macarthur Wests Tigers 16 led Riverina Bulls 12
FULL TIME:
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