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This post provides score updates for today's Tarsha Gale Cup match between the Canberra Raiders and Parramatta Eels at Seiffert Oval. Kick off is at noon. We will have live scores this afternoon in Harold Matthews and SG Ball in this thread.

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Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders 16

Tries
Makayla Morris 24'
Valasi Asomua 41'
Klaudia Osztrenkovics 45'

Goals
Makayla Morris 25'
Makayla Morris 46'

Parramatta Eels 16

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Tahleisha Pugh 8'
Losalio Sita Payne 55'

Goals
Summah Terare 56'

HALF TIME: Canberra Raiders 6 led Parramatta Eels 4
FULL TIME: Canberra Raiders 16 drew Parramatta Eels 16
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We’re underway in Harold Matthews. Eels kick off, Raiders with the first set.



Tough draw for the Tarsha Gale Cup girls, conceding two tries in the final five minutes, one just before full time. It had looked like they were on track for their second win of the year.
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13th min TRY EELS to lock Myles Martin under the posts. Converted Ethan Sanders. Eels have had the better of possession and territory in the early stages, the Raiders had to crack at some stage.

Eels 6-0

Very warm at Seiffert this afternoon, especially in the sun. They take an early drinks break.

Raiders kick off goes dead and they force a line drop out. That was needed.
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16th min TRY RAIDERS to fullback Samuel Gash running wide. They take advantage of the forced line drop out... and a repeat set in the red zone. No conversion.

Eels 6-4
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22nd min TRY EELS to benchie Blaize Talagi. Half Ethan Sanders converts from right in front.

Eels 12-4
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27th min TRY RAIDERS to winger Siamani Leuluai in the corner. Very smart run. Gash cannot convert from the sideline.

Parramatta Eels 12
Canberra Raiders 8

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We’re back underway in the second half.
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34th min TRY EELS to half Ethan Sanders. It’s off the back of a Raiders dropped bomb on the own goal line. The Ellis score, first play off the scrum. Sanders converts his own try.

Eels 18-8
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16 mins remaining. Still 18-8 at the drinks break. Too many errors from the Raiders, but the Eels are falling into that trap too. No doubt very hot out on the field, and the ball would be greasy.
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14 to go. Obvious Eels knock on in their red zone... missed by the officials.
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50th min TRY EELS to Ethan Sanders. That’s his second for the day. He charged down a Raiders kick, regathered and ran 70 metres to score. Too much possession turned over from the Raiders. Sanders can’t convert his own try.

Parramatta Eels 22
Canberra Raiders 8
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59th min TRY EELS to half Ethan Sanders. That’s his hat trick. Big break down the middle, and Sanders was there backing up. He converts his own try.

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Canberra Raiders 8
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Eels kick off, we’re underway in SG Ball.

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4th min TRY EELS to lock Peter Taateo under the posts. They strike early, the scorer avoiding a high tackle on his way over the line. Converted.

Eels 6-0
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7th min TRY EELS to winger and former Raider Sione Tapuosi. He looked like he stepped on the sideline, but the touch judge said no. He was just a bit to big for the Raiders defenders to handle, and he fended them away. Five eighth Josh Chappell converts from out wide.

Eels 12-0
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9th min TRY EELS to winger Caleb Coroneos in the eastern corner... and they’ve started on fire. The Raiders are missing some talent, with the likes of Caleb Esera watching on the sideline. Esera and Clay Webb have been promoted to NSW Cup this week. Top squad hooker Tom Starling also watching in the stands. No conversion from the sideline.

Eels 16-0
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Drinks break with 17 to go in the first half. The Raiders are just out of sorts, they really haven’t been able to settle into the game. The Raiders conceded their second forced line drop out just before the stoppage.
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21st min TRY EELS to half Keahlan Bray in the eastern corner. The Raiders dropped the ball on the second tackle in the lead up to the try... and they could not defend their error. No conversion. This is certainly the worst half of football for the Raiders in this grade, this season.

Eels 20-0
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25th min TRY RAIDERS to interchange player Connor Williams under the posts. Good individual try. He went on a searching run, and found the gap right in the middle. He’s slight, but evasive. Converted Mitchell Spencer. That was desperately needed.

Eels 20-6
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32nd min TRY RAIDERS to Joshua Billing. It’s off the back of a good kick from Sione Moala, and Billing is there to run it around under the posts. Converted Spencer.

Eels 20-12
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33rd min TRY EELS to Drew Lloyd, he just charges across in the middle. It’s off the back of another red zone error from the Raiders. Converted Chappell from right in front.

Parramatta Eels 26
Canberra Raiders 12

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Raiders kick off to start the second half.
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38th min TRY EELS to benchie Francis Faaofo Tuitino under the posts. Looked like it was dropped, live, but the referee says it was grounded. It’s off the back of the Raiders conceding a red zone penalty for a strip. Chappell converts.

Eels 32-12
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41st min TRY RAIDERS to hooker Toby Thorburn. It is the result of a quick scoot out of dummy half. The Eels goal line defence looked fragile. Spencer converts.

Eels 32-18

Eels kick off is out on the full.
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45th min TRY EELS to fullback Joshua Tuipulotu in the corner, after they spread it on the last. Huge run from prop Larry Muagututia on the previous play up the middle. The Raiders’ defence was not good last week, and it has not improved this week. Chappell cannot convert.

Eels 36-18
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22 mins remaining TRY RAIDERS to Joshua Pokoney under the posts. Great passing and running from near half way set it up for the winger. Spencer converts. Keeps the Raiders in the game.

Eels 36-24
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Raiders behind by 12 at the drinks break, 18 minutes remaining. Raiders forced a line drop out just before the stoppage.
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18 mins to go Sione Moala drops the ball on the second tackle after the drop out. Not their day.
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16 to go TRY EELS to Francis Faaofo Tuitino in the corner. They go 70 metres in one set, to take advantage of the Raiders error. Chappell can’t convert from the sideline.

Eels 40-24
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6 mins remaining TRY EELS to prop Larry Muagututia. He just charged over under the posts. Some of the Eels forwards today have simply been too big, too strong for the Raiders pack. Converted Chappell.

Parramatta Eels 46
Canberra Raiders 24
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70th min FIELD GOAL EELS to Josh Chappell.

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Parramatta Eels 47
Canberra Raiders 24

Tough day, disrupted team, Raiders finished short on troops, hearing only 13 fit players.
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Prinston Esera did really well for Souths Logan Magpies today. They didn't use him enough but when they did he made plenty of destructive runs.
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ALX22 wrote: March 14, 2021, 4:51 pm Prinston Esera did really well for Souths Logan Magpies today. They didn't use him enough but when they did he made plenty of destructive runs.
Look forward to seeing him play when he arrives.
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The Round 7 SG Ball, Harold Matthews and Tarsha Gale Cup matches have been postponed due to wet weather and ground closures to the weekend of 10-11 April.

Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders V St George Dragons
POSTPONED
Mascot Oval

Canberra Raiders

5. Klaudia Osztrenkovics 2. Chloe Muggleton 3. Valasi Asomua 7. Makayla Morris 17. Grace Tai 6. Madyson Tooth 1. Krystal Blackwell 10. Amelia Kiriui 9. Maddie Dodson 16. Teliya Hetaraka 12. Maata Alai-Lokeni 22. Felicity Bell 13. Geena Elliott

14. Jaxan Blackhall 15. Cassius Delamere 18. Carly Wilkin 21. Hayley Liddle

8. Jacquiline Pele

St George Dragons

1. Cassey Tohi-Hiku 2. Stella Tijou 3. Breeze E'e 4. Rosemarie Beckett 5. Courageous Afoa 6. Luisa Yaranamua 7. Limiah Enoka 8. Fatafehi Hanisi 9. Erana Reti 10. Maurice Nafoi 11. Katarina Raravula 12. Ryshe Faamausili 13. Faith Nimmo

14. Peninaotiafau Solofa 15. Grace Tijou 16. Lahtia Sione 17. Selenna Fuimaono

18. Rayven-Jodeci Boyce 19. Maleah Mayol 20. Failuma Faaoloaga 21. Myah Tahan 22. Faith Ainuu

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders Tarsha Gale side drew, 16 all, with the Parramatta Eels on Saturday at Seiffert Oval. The Raiders led 6-4 at half time, with half Makayla Morris scoring a converted try for the Green Machine. Tries to centre Valasi Asomua and fullback Klaudia Osztenkovics in the space of five minutes, saw the Raiders take a 16-4 lead with 15 minutes remaining. The match seemed to be in their keeping, but Canberra conceded two tries in the final five minutes of the game, with the Eels snatching the draw right on full time.

The Raiders remain in seventh place on the ladder with a 1 and 4 record - plus the draw - to their name. But Canberra is now three competition points away from a top six spot - and they need to win both of their remaining games if they're to have any hope of playing finals football. They now meet the fourth placed Dragons in Round 7 at Mascot. The Dragons have a 2 and 3 record - bagging their second win of the year, 48-8, against the Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy at the Central Coast last Saturday. The only previous encounter between the Raiders and Dragons in this competition saw the Sydney team run out winners, 56-14, in 2019.

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders V St George Dragons
POSTPONED
Mascot Oval

Canberra Raiders

1. Samuel Gash 2. Jacob Haeata 5. Siamani Leuluai 12. Noah Martin 3. Hunter Marsh 7. Leroy Murray 9. Brayden O'Reilly 8. David White 6. Brock Sing 16. Jett Liu 15. Blake Halls 18. Kaide Steele 13. Clay Sing

10. Matthew Parkes 11. Owen Hromow 19. Deekon Parsons 21. Jordan Eti

4. Michael Griffiths 14. Noah Marcantonio 17. Harley Young 20. Darcey Bush 22. Cooper Emonson

St George Dragons

1. Araz Nanva 2. Godfrey Ilavalu 23. Flynn Gannon 24. Tyrell Fakaua 5. Dannie Samani 6. TBA 7. Nicholas Quinn 10. Ethan Arena 9. Jack Braithwaite 8. TBA 11. Nicholas Tsougranis 12. TBA 13. TBA

14. Elijah Porter 15. Oliver Townsend 16. Hussein Anani 17. Matthew Alhazim

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders have lost all six matches of the season in Harold Matthews - one of only two teams yet to get a win. Last Saturday, they lost 28-8 to the Parramatta Eels at Seiffert Oval. Canberra trailed by just four at half time - after fullback Samuel Gash and centre Siamani Leuluai scored first half tries for the Green Machine. But the Eels dominated in the second half, with halfback Ethan Sanders producing a hat trick. The Raiders are anchored to the bottom of the ladder, and are out of the running for the finals. In Round 7, they head to Sydney for a clash with the 12th placed Dragons - a team with just one win to their name in 2021. The Dragons are coming off a 24-10 loss to the Central Coast Roosters. The Raiders have won three of the past four matches against the Dragons, including the last match-up, 20-8, in Round 2 of 2020 at Kippax.

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders V St George Dragons
POSTPONED
Mascot Oval

Canberra Raiders

1. Jack Sandford 2. Joseph Delle 3. Deakin Bright 4. Xavier Savage 5. Joshua Pokoney 6. Mitchell Spencer 7. Sione Moala 8. Kane Smith 9. Toby Thorburn 10. Loghan Lewis 11. Noah Saddler 12. Joshua Billing 13. Blake Martin

14. Connor Williams 18. Jack McDougall 21. Wilson Hamblin 22. Thomas Carey

St George Dragons

1. Patrick Taukafa 2. Mitchell Reeve 3. Benjamin Johnson 4. Jayden Samrani 5. Tom Pitkethley 6. Callum Perryman 7. Dantoray Lui 8. Taine Woodford 9. Mackenzie Roche 16. Bailey Lanham 11. Caleb Joshua Navale 12. Daniel Musolino 13. Nikau Wrathall

10. Adam Arkley 14. Jacob Young 17. Jonathon Afeaki 25. Epeli Sukanaivalu

18. Burt Tukala 19. Terence Patolo

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders SG Ball team lost their first match of the season on Saturday, with the Parramatta Eels producing a 47-24 victory at Seiffert Oval. The Raiders line up was disrupted, with the promotion of Clay Webb and Caleb Esera to NSW Cup. They also finished a match, played in very hot conditions, short on troops. The Raiders were always on the back foot after Parramatta scored three tries in the opening 10 minutes - and the visitors went on to score a total of nine tries.

The Raiders are still on top of the competition ladder, but have been joined on 10 competition points by the Roosters. The Raiders have two games and a bye remaining. They face the 13th placed Dragons in Sydney in Round 7 - a team that has won just once so far this year. That victory for the Dragons, a 32-24 win over the Victoria Thunderbolts, came just last Saturday. The Raiders then meet the Roosters in Round 9, a match which could decide the minor premiership. But first the Raiders need to topple the Dragons. The Dragons have won two of the past three matches against the Raiders in this grade, including the the last encounter, 24-10, in 2019.

Andrew Johns Cup

Monaro Colts V Central Coast Roosters, Final
Saturday March 20, 12:20pm
HE Laybutt Sporting Complex, Blacktown
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV via 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. Kyle McDermott 13. Jayden Svager

14. Ethan Alia 15. Jordan Williams 16. Gus Young 17. Peter Soward

18. Thomas Penfold 19. Michael Theodoridis

Central Coast Roosters

1. Dylan Coyte 2. Noah Owens 3. Tyreece Arama 4. Tyrone Dorrell 5. Jarrod Dann 6. Riley Burke 7. Zac Gillett 8. Atticus Fotofili 9. Malachi Smith 10. Kyan Parker 11. Jake Elliott 15. Travis Northey 13. James Miller

12. Jack Legge 17. Noah Hill 19. Zack Visconti 22. Xavier Taurerewa-Yucel

14. Josh Farmilo

Laurie Daley Cup

Monaro Colts V Central Coast Roosters, Final
Saturday March 20, 2:00pm
HE Laybutt Sporting Complex, Blacktown
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV via NSWRL Facebook page

Monaro Colts

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

14. Jayde Howard 15. Noah Mills 16. Mitchell Swadling 17. Joshua Weir

18. Cayden Hill

Central Coast Roosters

1. Beau Newlands 2. Jacob Smeaton 3. Lachoneus Paki 4. TBA 5. Brodie Pintatara 6. Wiremu Tibbutt 7. TBA 8. Daniel Peters 9. TBA 10. Lachlan Mears-Crabbe 11. Jye Boyle 12. Brody Briggs 13. Marion Guest

14. Leo Elton 15. Ethan Myers 16. Ryan Sheehy 17. Fletcher Powell

19. Matthew Kuech 20. Jett Frendin
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greeneyed wrote: March 14, 2021, 7:53 pm
ALX22 wrote: March 14, 2021, 4:51 pm Prinston Esera did really well for Souths Logan Magpies today. They didn't use him enough but when they did he made plenty of destructive runs.
Look forward to seeing him play when he arrives.
For those who don’t want to wait, the match in question can be viewed here.

https://www.qrl.com.au/news/2021/03/09/ ... -seagulls/

He scores a try 12 mins in which is 16 1/2 mins into the video.
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