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Raiders kick off to start the second half in Harold Matthews.
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33rd min Raiders drop the ball in their own 10 metre zone on the first tackle, but do well to defend the error.
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36th min TRY KNIGHTS to hooker Broden Konz under the posts. It’s off the back of an incorrect penalty for a high tackle... it was good, hard defence. Not the best defence Canberra in the middle. Converted Ferguson.

Knights 30-6
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45th min Knights force a line drop out. It’s still Knights in front 30-6 at the drinks break.
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13 minutes remaining TRY KNIGHTS to fullback Elijah Faalua out wide, following the kick ahead. Ferguson misses a conversion!

Knights 34-6
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50th min TRY RAIDERS to Owen Hromow, after quick turnover of possession from the kick off. Converted Leroy Murray.

Raiders trail 34-12
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Knights kick off to start the first half in SG Ball.

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7th min TRY RAIDERS in the corner for winger Michael Asomua. Good work from the forwards up the middle in the lead up. Mitchell Spencer converts from the sideline.

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9th min TRY KNIGHTS They hit straight back with their own four pointer to five eighth Zane Camroux. He converts his own try.

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12th min TRY KNIGHTS to hooker Noah Nailagoliva. They ran on the last, shrugging off the Raiders winger Joseph Delle, with the scorer backing up on the inside. Converted Zane Camroux. Delle needed help against the much bigger Knights outside backs.

Knights 12-6
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16th min TRY RAIDERS to centre Joshua Billing out wide. Mitchell Spencer converts. Whoever has the ball is scoring at the moment.

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16 minutes to the break TRY RAIDERS to half Sione Moala. Brilliant individual jink, dummy and run. Mitchell Spencer converts. Tries flowing easily for both teams.

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14 mins to the break TRY RAIDERS to Deakin Bright. That was a stunner! They kicked high on the last, with Knights winger Travis Petersen failing to take the ball. The Raiders regather and a great offload inside sets it up for the centre. Converted Spencer.

Raiders 24-12
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35th min TRY KNIGHTS to winger Fletcher Myers. They steal the ball as the hooter sounds and score out wide. Zane Camroux fails to convert. Not good a good finish for the Raiders as that was against the run of play.

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Raiders kick off to start the second half in SG Ball.
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41st min TRY KNIGHTS to benchie Tim Johannssen near the posts. Converted Zane Camroux. The try is off the back of a penalty for a ruck infringement from Noah Saddler. The Raiders were caught very short on the right. Not the start to the half the Raiders were wanting, too many errors.

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45th min TRY KNIGHTS to winger Travis Petersen in the corner. It followed a knock on from Raiders fullback Jack Sandford... looked like bit of a tough call live. But the referee said he failed to pick up the short kick. No conversion from the sideline. Things unravelling a bit.

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22mins remaining Now the Knights get a 40/20. The Raiders defend the set.
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20 mins to go PENALTY RAIDERS Dangerous tackle from Knights lock Riley Jones on report.
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19 mins to go TRY RAIDERS to centre Deakin Bright, sweet ball from Sione Moala on the last tackle. The penalty was enough to swing momentum back the other way. Converted Spencer.

Raiders 30-26

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15 mins to go TRY RAIDERS to winger Michael Asomua in the corner. Great run from Thorburn up the middle on the previous play, allowing the Raiders to force a line drop out. Lovely play. Spencer can’t convert, that must be his first miss.

Raiders 34-26
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12 mins to go TRY RAIDERS to Joshua Billing. Kick to the corner produced horror bounce the Knights. TRY TIME! Beautiful conversion from Michell Spencer.

Raiders 40-26
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9 mins to go TRY RAIDERS to Mitchell Prest beside the upright to The Raiders were rocking and reeling for a while there, but now it’s the Knights. That was the result of simple good hard running on every play. Spencer converts from in front.

Raiders 46-26
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5 mins to go TRY KNIGHTS to Rhys Williams. The Knights had a couple of back to back sets... but it was all due to an initial Raiders error at their own end. Converted Camroux.

Raiders 46-32

Knights now knock on from the kick off.
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3 mins to go TRY RAIDERS to Michael Asomua. He’s sure had a great day. He doesn’t seem that big, but he’s a very powerful runner and evades defenders well. Spencer converts.

Raiders 52-32

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Still backing the SG Ball side to remain undefeated heading into the finals.

Looks like a new recruit in Loghan Lewis.
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Andrew Johns Cup

Monaro Colts 28

Tries
Sean Ward 2'
Xavier Cacciotti 7'
Rhys Djerke 27'
Xavier Cacciotti 51'
Mark Connors 56'

Goals
Blake Hovi 3'
Blake Hovi 8'
Blake Hovi 28'

Macarthur Wests Tigers 22

Tries
Likari Leota 34'
Lincoln Miners 41'
Lincoln Miners 47'

Goals
Zac Gibson 42'
Zac Gibson 48'

HALF TIME: Monaro Colts 18 led Macarthur Wests Tigers 0
FULL TIME: Monaro Colts 28 defeated MacArthur Wests Tigers 22

Monaro Colts qualify for the finals.

Laurie Daley Cup

Monaro Colts 34

Tries
Mitchell Evans 21'
Ty Dowdle 31'
Tyrel Kimori-Edmond 34'
Ty Dowdle 58'
Ryan Castle 61'
Tyrel Kimori-Edmond 63'

Goals
Mitchell Evans 22'
Mitchell Evans 32'
Mitchell Evans 34'
Mitchell Evans 54'
Mitchell Evans 59'

Macarthur Wests Tigers 12

Tries
Jude Gomez 36'
Jibril Elrich 47'

Goals
Harrison Small 37'
Harrison Small 49'

HALF TIME: Monaro Colts 18 led Macarthur Wests Tigers 0
FULL TIME: Monaro Colts 34 defeated Macarthur Wests Tigers 12



Andrew Johns Cup

Riverina Bulls 10

Tries
Isaac Hardman 6'
Noah Killeen 15'

Goals
Jared McKinnon 16'

Illawarra South Coast Dragons 20

Tries
Zac Tagliapietra 11'
Caleb Hall 18'
Caleb Hall 47'
Byron Pitt 58'

Goals
Clay Baldock 19'
Clay Baldock 48'

HALF TIME: Riverina Bulls 10 Illawarra South Coast Dragons 10
FULL TIME: Illawarra South Coast Dragons 20 defeated Riverina Bulls 10

Laurie Daley Cup

Riverina Bulls 20

Tries
David Oti 28'
Joseph Roddy 50'
Brodie Mirtschin 56'

Goals
Jack Hillier 10'
Will McDermott 30'
Jack Hillier 51'
Jack Hillier 56'

Illawarra South Coast Dragons 40

Tries
Ryan Couchman 17'
Callum Cecil 22'
Jarvis Austin 31'
Jarvis Austin 37'
Jack Bostock 46'
Flynn Allen 58'
Benjamin Rumble 69'

Goals
Toby Peters 19'
Toby Peters 24'
Toby Peters 33'
Toby Peters 47'
Toby Peters 60'
Toby Peters 70'

HALF TIME: Illawarra South Coast Dragons 18 led Riverina Bulls 8
FULL TIME: Illawarra South Coast Dragons 40 defeated Riverina Bulls 20
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2021 Round 6 Junior Representatives

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Canberra Raiders V Parramatta Eels
Saturday March 13, 12:00pm
Seiffert Oval

Canberra Raiders

5. Klaudia Osztrenkovics 2. Chloe Muggleton 3. Valasi Asomua 6. Madyson Tooth 17. Grace Tai 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

15. Cassius Delamere 16. Teliya Hetaraka 21. Hayley Liddle 24. Shanae Pope

20. Carly Heyman 23. Molly Carr

Parramatta Eels

1. Ameena Kanj 2. Tamerah Leati 3. Tahleisha Pugh 4. Loreen Luamanuvae 5. Chelsee Austin 6. Katalin Vave 7. Demia Pritchard 8. Ruby-Jean Kennard 9. Jada Toevai 10. Losalio Sita Payne 11.Lorijocacha Masame 12. Summah Terare 13. Taimani Kolomaka

14. Jacinta Tui 15. Lei-Lani Tua 16. Kristen Cawthorne 17. Summer Brown

18. Eloisa Seve

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders Tarsha Gale side suffered a 30-12 defeat at the hands of the Newcastle Knights at Seiffert Oval in Round 5. The Knights led 14-0 at half time and went to a 30-0 lead at the 50th minute, before the Raiders produced two tries in the final 10 minutes. Bench player Carly Heyman crossed in the 53rd minute, while winger Grace Tai scored just before full time.

The Raiders remain in seventh place on the ladder with a 1 and 4 record so far this season. With three games and a bye remaining, Canberra can still force their way into the top six. But they'll likely need to get a win this Saturday against the eighth placed Parramatta Eels at Seiffert Oval - and follow it up with a win against the sixth placed Dragons in Round 7 in Sydney. The Eels got their first win of the season last week, when they beat the Bulldogs 26-20 at Kirkham Oval, Camden. Parramatta has won three of the four clashes against Canberra in this grade - but the Raiders won the last encounter, 30-8, in Round 1 last year at Kippax.

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders V Parramatta Eels
Saturday March 13, 1:30pm
Seiffert Oval

Canberra Raiders

2. Jacob Haeata 1. Samuel Gash 5. Siamani Leuluai 12. Noah Martin 3. Hunter Marsh 13. Clay Sing 7. Leroy Murray 8. David White 6. Brock Sing 10. Matthew Parkes 15. Blake Halls 18. Kaide Steele
11. Owen Hromow

4. Michael Griffiths 14. Noah Marcantonio 17. Harley Young 19. Deekon Parsons

20. Darcey Bush 21. Jordan Eti 22. Cooper Emonson

Parramatta Eels

1. Patrick Spence 2. Suliasi Aho 3. Charlie Guymer 4. Declan Murray 5. Joshua Lealaiauloto 6. Terrence Lafai 7. Ethan Sanders 8. Sam Tuivaiti 9. Yehya Ayache 10. Aufag Mino 11. Raffaele De Stradis 12. Saxon Pryke 13. Myles Martin

14. Blaize Talagi 15. Joshua Alhazim 16. Movete 'Oto'ota 17. Tyrese Lokeni

18. Mohamed Alameddine

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders have lost all five matches of the season in Harold Matthews - one of only two teams yet to get a win. Last Saturday, they lost 34-12 to the Newcastle Knights at Seiffert Oval, after trailing 24-6 at the break. The Knights piled on four tries in the first thirty, before Raiders centre Hunter Marsh went over in the corner, right on half time. The Knights went to a 34-6 lead, courtesy of tries to hooker Broden Konz and fullback Elijah Faalua. A consolation try to Raiders lock Owen Nromow in the 50th minute produced the final score line. The loss has left the Raiders in last place on the competition ladder. In Round 6, they host host the fourth placed Eels - a team with a 3 and 1 record so far in 2021. The Eels are coming off a 22-14 win over the Western Suburbs Magpies at Camden. Parramatta has won all three of their recent matches against Canberra in this grade. The Eels won 14-4 at Kippax in Round 1 last year.

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders V Parramatta Eels
Saturday March 13, 3:00pm
Seiffert Oval

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 10. Caleb Esera* 11. Noah Saddler 12. Clay Webb* 13. Mitchell Prest

14. Connor Williams 15. Blake Martin 18. Loghan Lewis** 21. Wilson Hamblin

22. Joshua Pokoney

* Also named in the Round 1 NSW Cup team.
** Canberra Raiders debut, Gold Coast recruit.


Parramatta Eels

1. Freeman Forsythe 2. Caleb Coroneos 3. Kamoe Fekitoa 4. Jabriel Kalache 5. Sione Tapuosi 6. Josh Chappell 7. Keahlan Bray 8. Jontay-Junior Betham-Misa 9. Vlado Jankovic 10. Larry Muagututia 11. Jock Brazel 12. Max Tupou 13. Peter Taateo

14. Drew Lloyd 15. Taylor Mauala 16. Francis Faaofo Tuitino 17. Koevy Lemusu

18. Kylan Mafoa

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders SG Ball team remain on top of the SG Ball ladder, after opening the season with five wins in a row. The Raiders produced another win in a very high scoring match last Saturday - defeating the Newcastle Knights 52-32. Canberra scored nine tries, but conceded six - on a hot day which likely affected the defence of both teams.

The Knights had the Raiders rocking at times during the game, with the visitors going to a 12-6 lead after 12 minutes - before the Raiders reasserted control. The Knights also staged a second half charge, scoring the opening two tries of that half, taking a 26-24 lead in the 45th minute. The Raiders went on to score five second half tries, but it was no easy contest for the Green Machine. It is not often I'd say that a winger was the man of the match, but Canberra's Michael Asomua took those honours in my eyes. He scored a hat trick and made a lot of powerful runs. Deakin Bright and Josh Billing also scored doubles. Hooker Toby Thorburn and forwards Caleb Esera, Clay Webb, Noah Saddler and Mitchell Prest also all impressed.

The Raiders are the only team with a perfect 5-0 record. In Round 6, they meet the sixth placed Parramatta Eels at Seiffert. The Knights have two wins and a draw to their name in 2021 - and are coming off a 32-18 win over the Western Suburbs Magpies at Camden last Saturday. The Raiders have won two of the past four matches between the clubs in this grade - including a 30-16 victory in Round 1 last year.
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ALX22 wrote: March 6, 2021, 11:27 pm Still backing the SG Ball side to remain undefeated heading into the finals.

Looks like a new recruit in Loghan Lewis.
Ash Barnes will be very disappointed by that performance on Saturday. Whilst we scored 50 which was great, it has been reported that we have a real focus on defence and then to concede 32 points was pretty ordinary. There were some very soft tries.

Particularly if at some stage we can get Mooney and Savage back, we are definitely the team to beat.
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If Mitchell Prest is who I think he is, he is well bred.
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Looks like one of the sacked players found a new club in Parra.
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ALX22 wrote: March 10, 2021, 4:31 pm Looks like one of the sacked players found a new club in Parra.
Yes. This might sound harsh, but at this level, players sacked for disciplinary reasons shouldn't be turning out for other clubs this quickly. It should be back to community football.
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greeneyed wrote: March 10, 2021, 4:43 pm
ALX22 wrote: March 10, 2021, 4:31 pm Looks like one of the sacked players found a new club in Parra.
Yes. This might sound harsh, but at this level, players sacked for disciplinary reasons shouldn't be turning out for other clubs this quickly. It should be back to community football.
I don’t think that is harsh at all, I think it is perfectly reasonable.
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Tarsha Gale Cup coach John Hawke says concentration will be key to their success against the Eels on Saturday.

"We have to win every game. I go in confident every game that we play in, if we maintain our concentration and communicate better, I think the result will take care of itself. We’ve got to improve on our concentration levels and then from there, the result will take care of itself."

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