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Canberra Raiders name their 2021 SG Ball and Harold Matthews squads

The Canberra Raiders have finalised their SG Ball and Harold Matthews squads for 2021.

SG Ball

Michael Asomua
Josh Billing
Deakin Bright
Abai Chatfield
JJ Clarkson
JoJo Delle
Caleb Esera
Wilson Hamblin
Eneseli Kamuta
Niu Mariota
Blake Martin
Jayden McLauchlan
Sione Moala
Joshua Pokoney
Mitchell Prest
Lavai Kaloutolu
Noah Saddler
Jack Sandford
Xavier Savage
Kane Smith
Mitchell Spencer
Sione Tapuosi
Toby Thorburn
Clay Webb
Connor Williams

Harold Matthews Cup

Darcey Bush
Jack Craig
Cooper Emonson
Jordan Eti
Samuel Gash
Michael Griffiths
Jacob Haeata
Blake Halls
Owen Hromow
Siamani Leuluai
Noah Marcantonio
Hunter Marsh
Noah Martin
Leroy Murray
Jack Neyland
Matthew Parkes
Deekon Parsons
Brock Sing
Clay Sing
Kaide Steele
David White
Harley Young

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2021/02 ... finalised/
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Games on Saturday to be moved away from Raiders Belconnen. Field got damaged in the storm yesterday apparently. New venue TBA.

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SG Ball Changes.
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Abai Chatfield-Mooka - Townsville Blackhawks
Blake Martin - Eels
Jayden McLachlan ?
Niu Mariota - promoted from HM

Assume Trey Mooney is with the NRL squad.
Keegan Vandenberg ???
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2021 Round 1 Junior Representatives

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Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders V Cronulla Sharks
Saturday February 6, 12:00pm
Bruce Oval

Canberra Raiders

1. Krystal Blackwell 2. Chloe Muggleton 3. Valasi Asomua 4. Alanna Dummett 5. Klaudia Osztrenkovics 6. Madison Tooth 7. Makayla Morris 10. Amelia Kiriui 9. Maddie Dodson 18. Carly Wilkin 11. Grace Sullivan 12. Maata Alai-Lokeni 13. Geena Elliott

14. Jaxan Blackhall 15. Cassius Delamere 16. Teliya Hetaraka 21. Hayley Liddle

20. Carly Heyman

Cronulla Sharks

1. Lilly Murdoch 2. Ella Gould 3. Chloe Boston 4. Ella Barker 5. Taylah Charman 6. Ally Weir 7. Zali Hopkins 8. Kirsty Sant 9. Sienna Stewart 10. Skye Brennan 11. Tayah Beckett 12. Sophia Griffin 13. Erika-May Kavana

14. Sarah Archer 15. Lilli Odea 16. Tipani Matai 17. Manaia Blair

18. Meaghan Mccauley 19. Marama Whanga Katipa 20. Taylor Curtis

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders struggled in their initial years in the Tarsha Gale Cup, but they made a promising start to the season in 2020. When the season was suspended, and then cancelled, due to the pandemic, they sat in fifth place on the ladder, with a WLWLL record behind them. The Sharks have won both previous encounters between the clubs in this grade, with the Sharks winning 28-22 in the last outing in 2019.

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Canberra Raiders V Cronulla Sharks
Saturday February 6, 1:30pm
Bruce Oval

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 9. Jack Craig 10. Matthew Parkes 11. Owen Hromow 12 Noah Martin 13. Clay Sing

14. Noah Marcantonio 15. Blake Halls 16. Jack Neyland 17. Harley Young

18. Kaide Steele 19. Deekon Parsons 20. Darcey Bush 22. Cooper Emonson

Cronulla Sharks

1. Chevy Stewart 2. Harrison Hood 3. Talanoa Penitani 4. Koby Douglas 5. Samson Mairi 6. Max Demeio 7. Dylan Christensen 8. Zane Watson 9. Taj Brailey 10. Lachlan Crossle 11. Lawson Cotter 12. Lachlan Colenso 13. Luke Raymond

14. Billy Dickens 15. Lachlan Araullo 16. Justin Letton 17. Ricardo Oloapu

18. Mitchel Hodgson 19. Albert Litisoni

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders sat in eighth place on the competition ladder last year, when the season was suspended, and then cancelled due the pandemic. The Raiders lost their clash with the Sharks in Round 5 2020, 40-28, at Gungahlin Enclosed. The Raiders conceded two early tries, but with the wind behind them, they piled on four tries in a row, posting 22 points. Unfortunately, the Raiders conceded a try to the Sharks after the half time hooter, and it was all Cronulla in the second half. Canberra's only second half try was a consolation to Niu Mariota in the final minute of the game.

A number of players will be backing up from 2020. Samuel Gash moves from centre to fullback, with Brock Sing's shift to five eighth. Centre Michael Griffiths and half Leroy Murray return in the backs. Props David White and Matthew Parkes are going around again in the forwards, along with Owen Hromow, Noah Martin and Clay Sing.

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders V Cronulla Sharks
Saturday February 6, 3:00pm
Bruce Oval

Canberra Raiders

1. Jack Sandford 2. Livai Kaloutolu 3. Michael Asomua 4. Joshua Billing 5. Deakin Bright 6. Joshua Pokoney 7. Sione Moala 8. Jayden Clarkson 9. Toby Thorburn 10. Abai Chatfield-Mooka 18. Caleb Esera 19. Clay Webb 13. Blake Martin

14. Mitchell Spencer 15. Noah Saddler 20. Eneseli Kamuta 23. Taulauniuotagaloa Mariota

21. Connor Williams

Cronulla Sharks

1. Kade Dykes 2. Samuel Stonestreet 3. Jordan Samrani 4. Noah Lester 5. Te Wehi Waitere 6. Cody Fuz 7. Ryan Rivett 8. Joshua Finau 9. Kobie Wilson 10. Semisi Sikei 11. Jed Hardy 12. Jake Biggs 13. Blake Hosking

14. Samuel Jinks 15. Toby Boothroyd 16. Waylon Fiaii 17. Billy Burke

18. Samuel Healey 19. William Abou-Arrage 20. Tully Wilton

AT A GLANCE: When the 2020 SG Ball season was suspended, and then cancelled, the Canberra Raiders were sitting in second place on the competition ladder, just one competition behind the ladder leading Newcastle Knights. They had a 4 and 1 record. The squad included some exciting prospects, and it was a team that seemed destined for big things in the finals.

We will see some of those prospects line up again on Saturday: Jayden Clarkson at prop and Caleb Esera and Clay Webb in the second row. Ata Mariota's brother, Niu, has progressed from Harold Matthews and will start off the bench. Niu impressed the rugby league world last year, with a 45 metre try scoring effort going viral. He brushed off half the opposition team on the way to the try line. New Zealand recruit Jack Sandford also had a viral moment late last year... the video of his friends giving him a moving farewell haka at the airport before he headed to Australia. He takes the No. 1 jersey.

The Raiders defeated the Sharks 20-16 in Round 5 last year at Gungahlin Enclosed, after trailing 12-4 at half time.

Andrew Johns Cup

Monaro Colts V Riverina Bulls
Saturday February 6, 10:00am
Pambula Beach Sporting Complex
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. Kyle McDermott 13. Jayden Svager

14. Ethan Alaia 15. Jordan Williams 16. Gus Young 17. Thomas Penfold

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. Chaise Sergi 10. Bailey Dal Molin 11. Jaxon Lemon 12. Noah Killeen 13. Billy Corcoran

14. Toby Sarkis 15. Beniel Dakunibubului 16. Angus Clark 18. Jacob Cain

17. Noah Dal Molin

Laurie Daley Cup

Monaro Colts V Riverina Bulls
Saturday February 6, 11:20am
Pambula Beach Sporting Complex
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Monaro Colts

1. Ty Dowdle 2. Samuel Cooper 3. Matthew Wheatley 4. Mitchell Swadling 5. TBA 6. Joshua Latham 7. Mitchell Evans 8. Jack McDougall 9. Jack Anderson 10. Jayden Ford 11. Keegan Kenny 12. Thomas Carey 13. James Dyball

14. Jacob Piper 15. Jayde Howard 16. Ryan Castle 17. Cayden Hill

Riverina Bulls

1. Logan Collins 2. Joseph Oti 3. Joseph Roddy 4. Brodie Mirtschin 5. Zain Mitchell-Dowding 6. Will McDermott 7. Semisi Liu 8. Jack Hillier 9. Charlie Corcoran 10. Jett Liu 11. Kye Wright 12. William Casey 13. Dylan McCartney

14. David Oti 15. Sam Neale 16. Ethan Gilchrist 17. Cassius Clay

18. Jacob Maher
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The best name of the day has to be Cassius Clay, on the bench for the Riverina Bulls in Laurie Daley Cup!
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greeneyed wrote:The best name of the day has to be Cassius Clay, on the bench for the Riverina Bulls in Laurie Daley Cup!
His Fajar owns Ross C's barbershop in Wagga. Good crew!

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Saturday’s Raiders games now listed as “Bruce Oval”. That’s the old Raiders HQ and... that’s the worst possible venue for the spectators. It’s a training ground and probably a good surface. But it’s not designed for any sort of crowd, and it’s not possible to get anywhere near one of the sidelines. Obstructed views are the norm, given tents etc are pitched on the sidelines for the bench.

I see Belconnen United Sharks are going to use it as their home ground this year. It is even worse than their last ground, which saying something.

We also now have the Tarsha Gale Cup teams and the full Sharks teams.
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Only other oval in Bruce that is set up for high level games is Brumbies HQ, so I'd assume so

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Junior Representatives Round 1 Preview

With the 2020 junior representative season cut short last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been challenges due to players missing valuable game time. However, a change in the age groups by NSWRL, as well as a new approach in training has helped negate that.

Each of the three grades has moved up one year in their age groups, which also compliments the Country Championships which have remained as Under 16 and Under 18 competitions.

“Now, we don’t need to make too hard of a call on players,” Raiders Head of Pathways and Performance, Dean Souter said.

“If there’s a kid who’s not clearly ready to be in an S.G. Ball or Harold Matthews environment, we can put them in the Riverina and Monaro pathway and bring them through the following year.”

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2021/02 ... 1-preview/

Monaro Colts V Riverina Bulls fixtures will be live streamed on Saturday.



NSWRL TV Previews | Junior Reps Rd 1: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2021/02/0 ... reps-rd-1/
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SG Ball: The young stars on the bring of breaking into the NRL



XAVIER SAVAGE (RAIDERS)

Sprint star who has been training with Canberra’s NRL side. Savage won the 100m at Queensland’s Junior Athletics Championships last year with a time of 10.95 seconds – Josh Addo-Carr clocked at 10.6sec at the same age. Was electric at fullback and wing for Queensland’s under-16s.

CLAY WEBB (RAIDERS)

Skilful forward from Gundagai. Has a strong constitution and great maturity for his age. Turned down multiple clubs in favour of Canberra and spent his summer training with the NRL squad.

Read more: https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport ... 587dcba393
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This post will update for live scores in today's Round 1 matches for our regional junior representative teams, the Monaro Colts and Riverina Bulls at Pambula.



Andrew Johns Cup

Monaro Colts 18

Tries
Lane Davis 15'
Max Mercer 29'
Lane Davis 58'

Goals
Blake Hovi 16'
Blake Hovi 30'
Blake Hovi 59'

Sent off: Xavier Cacciotti 30'

Riverina Bulls 6

Tries
Max Harland 53'

Goals
Jared McKinnon 53'

HALF TIME: Monaro Colts 12 led Riverina Bulls 0
FULL TIME: Monaro Colts 18 defeated Riverina Bulls 6

Laurie Daley Cup

Monaro Colts 32

Tries
Kane Rushton 2'
Jayden Ford 8'
Kane Rushton 12'
Kane Rushton 22'
Jack McDougall 39'

Goals

Mitchell Evans 9'
Mitchell Evans 14'
Mitchell Evans 23'
Mitchell Evans 28'
Mitchell Evans 40'
Mitchell Evans 59'

Riverina Bulls 16

Tries
Jett Liu 18'
William Casey 45'
Ethan Gilchrist 54'

Goals
Kye Wright 19'
Kye Wright 46'

HALF TIME: Monaro Colts 24 led Riverina Bulls 6
FULL TIME: Monaro Colts 32 defeated Riverina Bulls 16

Monaro Colts Johns and Daley Cup Round One Wrap: https://www.crrl.com.au/johns-and-daley ... -one-wrap/
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This post will update with live scores in today's Tarsha Gale Cup match between the Canberra Raiders and Cronulla Sharks. Kick off at 12:00 pm.

Canberra Raiders 12

Tries
Makayla Morris 16'
Krystal Blackwell 34'

Goals
Makayla Morris 31'
Makayla Morris 35'

Cronulla Sharks 16

Tries

Alexandra Weir 10'
Zali Hopkins 31'
Skye Brennan 52'

Goals
Sophia Griffin 32'
Sophia Griffin 53'

HALF TIME: Canberra Raiders 4 Cronulla Sharks 4
FULL TIME: Cronulla Sharks 16 defeated Canberra Raiders 12
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Sharks kick off in Harold Matthews... we are underway! Beautiful day now for footy, but it rained heavily for seven or more hours from very early this morning. Ground still in good condition.



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9th min TRY RAIDERS to winger Siamani Leuluai out wide. Sharks making some early errors to give the Raiders possession and territory. No conversion.

Raiders 4-0
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21st min TRY SHARKS to out wide to winger Osca Catton, no conversion. The Raiders were up the other end, shortly before and try was disallowed.

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Sharks 4
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25th min TRY SHARKS Lachlan Araullo. They were held up on the last but a driving run on the last play produced the results. Converted Dylan Chistensen.

Sharks 10-4

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We’re back underway in the second half of Harold Matthews.
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47th min TRY SHARKS and it’s converted. The result of good pressure, they’ve had a chance denied by good Raiders defence, but they couldn’t stop that one.

Sharks 16-4
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54th min TRY SHARKS and they’re well in control now and it is converted by their halfback Dylan Christensen.

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FULL TIME

TRY SHARKS right on the bell to winger Koby Douglas, after the Raiders failed to clean up a kick. Dylan Christensen converts.

Cronulla Sharks 28

Tries
Osca Catton 19'
Lachlan Araullo 23'
Chevy Stewart 40'
Lachlan Crossle 50'
Osca Catton 59'

Goals
Dylan Christensen 25'
Dylan Christensen 41'
Dylan Christensen 52'
Dylan Christensen 59'

defeated

Canberra Raiders 4

Tries
Siamani Leuluai 8'

HALF TIME: Cronulla Sharks 10 led Canberra Raiders 4
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Sharks kick off in SG Ball!



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11th min Raiders held up over the line, Sharks hold on in the red zone... and they get a piggyback penalty.
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16th min Raiders kick to in goal is too long. Seven tackle set conceded... and another penalty. Still 0-0, neither side really on top, both have had chances. The set ends with a Sharks knock on in the red zone.
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20th min Raiders kick ahead to the try line rebounds and the Sharks clean up. Still 0-0, shortly after the drinks break.
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27th min The execution from both teams, not really on song. Quite a few errors. Raiders kick ahead on the last again defused by the Sharks.
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28th min A grubber from Raiders half Sione Moala produces a forced line drop out... and now a penalty to the Raiders on the Sharks goal line.

TRY RAIDERS Toby Thorburn is the scorer, he burrows through from close range. No conversion from Moala.

Raiders 4-0
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32nd min TRY RAIDERS to fullback Jack Sandford in the south west corner, showed some speed, no conversion from Moala. Hearing five eighth Josh Pokoney, who left the field early in the match, has a shoulder injury. Hopefully not too serious.

Raiders 8-0
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Canberra Raiders 8
Cronulla Sharks 0
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Raiders kick off to start the second half in SG Ball.
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36th min TRY SHARKS to Samuel Stonestreet just a minute in, big break down the middle of the field and it’s converted from in front by Ryan Rivett. The wind is very strong, cross field, but probably more behind the Sharks.

Raiders 8-6

And now the Raiders kick off is out on the full.
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39th min TRY RAIDERS to winger Livai Kaloutolu, good break from Caleb Esera in the lead up. Great long range try. Converted Moala.

Raiders 14-6
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45th min Raiders have a player binned for repeated infringements, Noah Saddler. Very tough call. Raiders under pressure in the red zone, but the Sharks throw it over the sideline.
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46th min TRY RAIDERS to Livai Kaloutolu, his second, set up by Josh Billing. Billing featured in the last try as well. Moala converts. Moala has been very busy.

Raiders 20-6
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49th min TRY SHARKS to William Abou-Arrage. The man in the bin is understandably making a difference to the Raiders’ defence. Converted Rivett.

Raiders 20-12

We go to a short drinks break.
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57th min TRY SHARKS to Kobie Wilson and converted by Rivett. Just good quick running from dummy half, up the middle. The game is very fast with fewer scrums, and the referee is being very tough on any slowing of the ruck.

Raiders 20-18
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