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60th min TRY SHARKS to Kade Dykes. It’s a long range runaway under the posts. Converted Rivett. The wind has really swung behind the Sharks and that’s helping them immeasurably.

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62nd min TRY RAIDERS to Jayden Clarkson. They strike right back, and score almost under the posts. Moala converts.

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64th min A Raiders error gives the Sharks a chance in the red zone... but the Sharks can’t regather their own grubber to the line.
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Very close to full time...

PENALTY RAIDERS almost in front, and they’re going for goal! Moala gets it! That seals the game for the Green Machine!

PENALTY GOAL RAIDERS to Sione Moala.



FULL TIME

Canberra Raiders 28

Tries
Toby Thorburn 28'
Jack Sandford 31'
Livai Kaloutolu 38'
Livai Kaloutolu 46'
Jayden Clarkson 63'

Goals
Sione Moala 39'
Sione Moala 48'
Sione Moala 64'
Sione Moala 69'

SIN BIN: Noah SADDLER 44'

defeated

Cronulla Sharks 24

Tries
Samuel Stonestreet 35'
William Abou-Arrage 50'
Kobie Wilson 56'
Kade Dykes 60'

Goals
Ryan Rivett 36'
Ryan Rivett 51'
Ryan Rivett 57'
Ryan Rivett 61'

HALF TIME: Canberra Raiders 8 led Cronulla Sharks 0
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2021 Round 2 Junior Representatives

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Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders V Wests Tigers
Saturday February 13, 1:20pm
Kirkham Oval, Camden
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

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 12. Maata Alai-Lokeni 22. Felicity Bell13. Geena Elliott

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

20. Carly Heyman

Wests Tigers

1. Jessica Whelan 2. Jayme Willingham 3. Shelby Muir 4. Hope TAvaga 5. Kirra Boland 18. Georgia Edwards 7. Brianna Dean 8. Piper Sutton 9. Ebony Prior 10. Katie Edwards 11. Tehillah Vaeluaga 12. Shondell Akhabue 13. Tiamo Williams

14. Anna Moa 15. Imogen Gobran 16. Eliza Siilata 17. Folau Vaki

22. Abbey Riley

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders lost 16-12, to the Cronulla Sharks in Round 1 the Tarsha Gale Cup. The Green Machine had two point lead with 10 minutes remaining, courtesy of a try to Krystal Blackwell in the 35th minute. But the Sharks finished the stronger, with a try in the 53rd minute giving the visitors a first up win. The sixth placed Raiders now head to Camden for a Round 2 meeting with the Wests Tigers. The Tigers are in second place on the ladder, after a 22-12 win over the Parramatta Eels at Leichhardt Oval in Round 1. The Tigers beat the Raiders in Round 3 last year, 22-14, at Raiders Belconnen.

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders V Western Suburbs Magpies
Saturday February 13, 2:50pm
Kirkham Oval, Camden

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 12. Noah Martin 15. Blake Halls 13. Clay Sing

11. Owen Hromow 16. Jack Neyland 19. Deekon Parsons 22. Cooper Emonson

17. Harley Young

18. Kaide Steele

Western Suburbs Magpies

1. Tajh Colquhoun 2. Faaletino Tavana 3. Solomane Saukuru 4. William Craig 5. Ofele Lene 6. Heath Mason 7. Luke Keppie 8. Jordan Miller 9. Tallyn Da Silva 10. Lachlan Bush 11. Thomas Fisher 12. Masei Tavui 13. Kit Laulilii

14. Bohan Spencer 15. Lotutalosaga Lavilavi 16. Kaisara Tuimauga 17. Connor Fletcher

18. Rielly Smith 19. Teancum Brown 20. Zakauri Clarke 21. Cooper Cross 22. Remi Mant

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders suffered a 28-4 loss to the Cronulla Sharks in Round 1 of the Harold Matthews Cup - a result which sees the Green Machine in 14th place on the ladder. The Raiders were first to score, through winger Siamani Leuluai in the eighth minute. But after that, it was all the Sharks. Cronulla led 10-4 at half time, and posted a total of five tries. The Raiders meet the Western Suburbs Magpies in Round 2 at Camden. The Magpies had 24-18 win at home over the North Sydney Bears in Round 1 - and sit in seventh on the ladder on points differential. The Raiders have narrowly won the past two encounters with the Magpies: 16-14 in 2019 and 14-12 in 2018.

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Canberra Raiders V Western Suburbs Magpies
Saturday February 13, 4:20pm
Kirkham Oval, Camden

Canberra Raiders

1. Jack Sandford 2. Connor Williams 3. Deakin Bright 4. Joshua Billing 5. TBA 6. TBA 7. Sione Moala 10. Caleb Esera 9. Toby Thorburn 16. Jayden Clarkson 11. Noah Saddler 12. Clay Webb 13. Mitchell Spencer

14. Wilson Hamblin 15. Blake Martin 17. Mitchell Prest 18. Kane Smith

Western Suburbs Magpies

1. Jahoiyakira Afoa 2. Alosomu Lolohea 3. Salesa Tavui 4. Alexander Soakai 5. Abiarthur Toi Tuilaepa 6. Bryce Wilson 7. Joshua Parke 8. Tray Lolesio 9. Poasa Telepe 10. Dylan To'o 11. Lomi Saukuru 12. Kitione Kautoga 13. Justin Matamua

14. Jarney Proctor-Harwood 15. Jack Nicholson 16. Jurrado Smith 17. Tamehana Paruru

18. Byron Strikland

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders produced an exciting 28-24 victory over the Cronulla Sharks in Round 1 of the SG Ball Cup. Both teams looked a bit rusty in the opening stages, but the Raiders gained the ascendancy in the final stages of the first half. In the 28th minute, half back Sione Moala forced a line drop out and, on the back of a penalty, hooker Toby Thorburn was able to burrow over for the first try. Just three minutes later, New Zealand import Jack Sandford got his chance to show some speed, getting his first four pointer on his debut in the green. The Raiders took an 8-0 lead to the break.

The Sharks got themselves on the scoreboard in the first minute of the second half, with winger Samuel Stonestreet scoring under the posts. But three minutes later the Raiders struck back. Winger Livai Kaloutolu finished a great long range try, with Caleb Esera making a big run up field in the lead up. Kaloutolu got a double in the 46th minute, despite the Raiders playing with 12 men - with bench player Noah Saddler sin binned for a ruck infringement. That gave the Raiders a 20-6 lead, but the Sharks opened up, piling on three tries. The visitors had a two point lead, with 10 minutes remaining. A try to Raiders forward Jayden Clarkson in the 63rd minute saw the Green Machine wrest back control, and Canberra sealed the match with a penalty goal to Sione Moala in the final minute. Moala, a former Warriors junior, was probably the man of the match in his debut for the Raiders.

The Raiders are in sixth place on the ladder, on points differential, and head to Camden's Kirkham Oval for a clash with the Magpies in Round 2. The Magpies had a big 38-4 win over the North Sydney Bears at Camden in Round 1, putting them in second spot on the ladder. The Raiders have had big wins over the Magpies in their past two meetings: 42-6 in 2019 and 70-4 in 2018.

Andrew Johns Cup

Monaro Colts V Newcastle Maitland Region Knights
Saturday February 13, 11:00am
Goulburn Arena
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. Ethan Alaia 10. Peter Milin 11. Max Mercer 12. Kyle McDermott 13. Jayden Svager

14. Peter Soward 15. Jordan Williams 16. Gus Young 17. Michael Theodoris

18. Ben Castle

NMR Knights

1. Fletcher Thompson 2. Zeek Faulkner 3. Harrison Sams 4. Jack Ward 5. Taylor Griffen 6. Logan Aoake 7. Ty-James Davis-Dates 8. Riley Bajric 9. Harper Such 10. Chase Morris 11. Tyrese Gordon 12. Jacob Marshall 13. Baylen Lowe

14. Aajay Watts 15. Callan Barber 16. Jay Soli 17. Nicholas Tuliatua

18. Callum Hannah

Riverina Bulls V Western Rams
Sunday February 14, 10:00am
Leeton Sportsground
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Riverina Bulls

1. Jared McKinnon 2. Isaac Hardman 3. Toby Sarkis 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. Nicolas Carroll 15. Beniel Dakunibubului 16. Angus Clark 18. Jacob Cain

17. Noah Dal Molin

Western Rams

1. Ronan Hunt-Cameron 2. Will Cuthill 4. Lachlan Crook 22. Malakai Folau 5. Alexander Davies 6. Jaiden Powyer 7. Kaydden Hoad 8. Ethan Young 9. Fletcher Hunt 10. Michael Coady 11. Johah Raidaveta 12. Connor Vardanega 13. Tony Gibson

14. Cody Crouch 15. Braith Boyd 16. Jet McAuliffe 17. Harry Hammond

23. Klayton Naden

Laurie Daley Cup

Monaro Colts V Newcastle Maitland Region Knights
Saturday February 13, 12:20am
Goulburn Arena
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Monaro Colts

1. Ty Dowdle 2. Kane Rushton 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. Cole Taylor

18. Cayden Hill

NMR Knights

1. Tyler Moodie 2. Bailey Scholes 3. Tyrese Edwards 4. Joshua Andrew 5. Jayden Plummer 6. Aaron Cotterill 7. Harry Hore 10. Jordan Jones 9. Liam Browne 8. TBA 11. Bailey Krzanic 12. Riley Cullen 13. Declan Pettet

14. Takarei Kuru 15. Jett Cox 16. Connor Cromarty 18. Liam Dunn

Riverina Bulls V Western Rams
Sunday February 14, 11:20am
Leeton Sportsground
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Riverina Bulls

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

14. Logan Collins 15. Sam Neale 16. Charilie Corcoran 17. Cassius Clay

18. Jacob Maher

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. Jia Siakisoni 17. Tobias Miller

18. Jamie Thorpe 19. Lachlan Lawson
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Best name of the week is Western Suburbs benchie in SG Ball, Jack Nicholson.
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Junior Reps Round 2 Preview







After a narrow win in round one, the Canberra Raiders SG Ball Cup side will be looking for back to back victories this Saturday.

“I was quite pleased considering the quality of the Sharks, they are a good strong side,” coach Ash Barnes said. “I was quite pleased with the boys’ resilience. With all the things that were happening in the game, they kept fighting it out and got the win late in the game.”

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2021/02 ... 2-preview/

Round two SG Ball Cup match between Canterbury Bulldogs and Victoria Thunderbolts at Belmore Sports Ground cancelled and deemed a draw after Victoria went into lockdown following a COVID-19 outbreak: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2021/02/1 ... 7hADUs2hM0
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The NSWRL will live stream the Tigers V Raiders in Tarsha Gale Cup tomorrow (see above). They have the equipment at Kirkham Oval at Camden... but they aren't going to live stream the following games between the Raiders and Magpies in Harold Matthews and SG Ball. Seriously.
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Four junior Canberra Raiders players sacked after alcohol-fueled glassing incident

Four Canberra Raiders juniors have been sacked by the club after a violent incident last weekend during which at least one player in question was glassed.

The quartet, three of whom were recruited from western Sydney, had played in the Raiders' round one SG Ball side which beat Cronulla on Saturday before the alcohol-fueled incident which is believed to have occurred in a public place in Civic.

Read more: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=19616

Canberra Raiders sack four players over glassing in Civic district

The Raiders have sacked four SG Ball players who were involved in an incident that included one of the players being glassed. It’s understood at least three players tried to cover up the incident by giving false information to Raiders management.

Raiders head coach Ricky Stuart said: “The incident is one thing, but lying to your superiors just doesn’t wash at our club.It may seem tough, but this isn’t the culture that we accept at our club.’’

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One player has already signed with a Sydney club... that simply shouldn't happen.
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greeneyed wrote:One player has already signed with a Sydney club... that simply shouldn't happen.
Do the articles release the names of the sacked players?


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RTW wrote: February 12, 2021, 8:09 pm
greeneyed wrote:One player has already signed with a Sydney club... that simply shouldn't happen.
Do the articles release the names of the sacked players?


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Have we got some names to go with the articles? I couldn't access them. We're not talking big dogs are we?
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zim wrote: February 12, 2021, 10:27 pm Have we got some names to go with the articles? I couldn't access them. We're not talking big dogs are we?
Would all be speculation but a quick look at the 'outs' for this weekends game is telling.
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ALX22 wrote: February 12, 2021, 10:36 pm
zim wrote: February 12, 2021, 10:27 pm Have we got some names to go with the articles? I couldn't access them. We're not talking big dogs are we?
Would all be speculation but a quick look at the 'outs' for this weekends game is telling.
I'm not across SG enough to know who the 5 and 6 are but it's great to see these 2 names still there:
10. Caleb Esera 12. Clay Webb

Esera is one of those big dogs I was referencing.
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I think it's important the club takes a stand here. We've all witnessed what can happen if our juniors arentb reigned in. Not sure how I feel about them getting signed by other clubs. On the one hand it stinks but on the other hand these are young blokes who probably deserve another chanceb so they can learn and move on from their mistake
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FROG wrote: February 13, 2021, 2:31 am I think it's important the club takes a stand here. We've all witnessed what can happen if our juniors arentb reigned in. Not sure how I feel about them getting signed by other clubs. On the one hand it stinks but on the other hand these are young blokes who probably deserve another chanceb so they can learn and move on from their mistake
As you say, the other option is to rub them out of the game forever which is just a non starter.

NRL has an integrity commission to decide if any suspensions are warranted, let it go to work. Setting a standard is going to be more important than losing 4 u19s players. There'll be 4 more next season.
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Not sure where to post but news.com has story 4 raiders under 18 players sacked involved in glassing??? Anyone know who they are??

https://www.news.com.au/sport/nrl/canbe ... 497a2a2289

https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl-pr ... 1779fab371
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daley6 wrote: February 13, 2021, 9:20 am Not sure where to post but news.com has story 4 raiders under 18 players sacked involved in glassing??? Anyone know who they are??

https://www.news.com.au/sport/nrl/canbe ... 497a2a2289

https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl-pr ... 1779fab371
No we don’t. Best not to speculate, we should restrict ourselves to what’s been published.
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greeneyed wrote: February 13, 2021, 10:41 am
daley6 wrote: February 13, 2021, 9:20 am Not sure where to post but news.com has story 4 raiders under 18 players sacked involved in glassing??? Anyone know who they are??

https://www.news.com.au/sport/nrl/canbe ... 497a2a2289

https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl-pr ... 1779fab371
No we don’t. Best not to speculate, we should restrict ourselves to what’s been published.
No point speculating when names will undoubtedly be released. Officially or not.
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The current team lists as published by the NSWRL have 7 players out from last weeks game.

https://www.nswrl.com.au/draw/sg-ball-c ... v-raiders/

Josh Pokoney was injured last week so his omission was not unexpected. It is unknown whether the other players listed as out are either injured or dropped due to form or not due to play for any other reason.
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This post updates with scoring details for today's Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cup matches at Goulburn, between the Monaro Colts and NMR Knights.



Andrew Johns Cup

Monaro Colts 26

Tries
Blake Hovi 2'
Mark Connors 8'
Sean Ward 18'
William Johnston 29'
Ethan Alaia 35'

Goals
Blake Hovi 3'
Blake Hovi 19'
Blake Hovi 36'

NMR Knights 4

Tries
Taylor Griffen 42'

Goals

HALF TIME: Monaro Colts 20 led NMR Knights 0
FULL TIME: Monaro Colts 26 defeated NMR Knights 4

Laurie Daley Cup

Monaro Colts 18

Tries
Kane Rushton 8'
Matthew Wheatley 23'
Mitchell Swadling 43'
Ty Dowdle 62'

Goals
Mitchell Evans 63'

NMR Knights 16

Tries
Bailey Scholes 28'
Jett Cox 37'
Tyler Moodie 53'

Goals
Liam Browne 38'
Liam Browne 55'

HALF TIME: Monaro Colts 8 led NMR Knights 4
FULL TIME: Monaro Colts 18 defeated NMR Knights 16

Around the grounds: Monaro Colts victorious in Johns and Daley Cups: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2021/02/1 ... reps-rd-2/

Monaro Colts Johns and Daley Cup Round Two Wrap: https://www.crrl.com.au/johns-and-daley ... -two-wrap/
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This post updates with live scores in today's Tarsha Gale Cup match between the Canberra Raiders and Wests Tigers. Kick off is at 1:20pm... watch the live stream!



Canberra Raiders 10

Tries
Klaudia Osztrenkovics 5'
Jaxan Blackhall 45'

Goals
Makayla Morris 46'

Wests Tigers 16

Tries
Jayme Willingham 11'
Folau Vaki 31'
Tehillah Vaeluaga 60'

Goals
Shondell Akhabue 13'
Jessica Whelan 53'

HALF TIME: Wests Tigers 6 led Canberra Raiders 4
FULL TIME: Wests Tigers 16 defeated Canberra Raiders 10

How it happened: The Canberra Raiders Tarsha Gale team has been defeated by the Wests Tigers, 16-10 at Kirkham Oval, Camden. The Raiders were the first to score through winger Klaudia Osztrenkovics, after just five minutes. But the Tigers quickly struck back with a try in the 11th minute to Jayme Willingham - and took their 6-4 lead to the break. The Tigers went further to the lead just after half time, with a try to Folau Vaki. Raiders bench player Jaxan Blackhall brought the Green Machine back into the game with 15 minutes remaining. Her converted try levelled the scores at 10-10. But, as in Round 1, the Raiders were squeezed out of the game in the final stages. A penalty goal to Jessica Whelan from in front of the posts, put the Tigers in front. The Raiders threatened, with a big break down the touch line, with a couple of minutes remaining. But the Tigers finished the stronger, with a perfect kick to the try line producing a Wests try for Tehillah Vaeluaga on the bell.
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The Tarsha Gale Cup team just squeezed out of the game in the final stages again. First a penalty goal, then a big kick to the try line on the last tackle, produced a try right on the bell. A bit unlucky that a big incursion down the other end didn't produce a try for the Raiders with around two minutes left.
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This post will update with live scores for the Harold Matthews Round 2 clash between the Canberra Raiders and Western Suburbs Magpies at Kirkham Oval, Camden. Here is the Raiders' final team line up:

Canberra Raiders

4. Michael Griffiths 2. Jacob Haeata 5. Siamani Leuluai 20. Darcey Bush 3. Hunter Marsh 6. Brock Sing 7. Leroy Murray 8. David White 14. Noah Marcantonio 10. Matthew Parkes 12. Noah Martin 15. Blake Halls 13. Clay Sing

11. Own Hromow 16. Jack Neyland 19. Deekon Parsons 22. Cooper Emonson

18. Kaid Steele

Canberra Raiders 14

Tries
Blake Halls 35'
Blake Halls 48'
Michael Griffiths 58'

Goals
Blake Halls 49'

Western Suburbs Magpies 32

Tries
Solomone Saukuru 2'
Tajh Colquhoun 6'
Faaletino Tavana 15'
Ofele Lene 19'
Tallyn Da Silva 24'
Ofele Lene 43'
Faaletino Tavana 53'

Goals
Heath Mason 3'
Heath Mason 8'

HALF TIME: Western Suburbs Magpies 24 led Canberra Raiders 0
FULL TIME: Western Suburbs Magpies 32 defeated Canberra Raiders 14

How it happened: The Canberra Raiders have suffered a big 32-14 loss at the hands of the Western Suburbs Magpies at Camden's Kirkham Oval. The Magpies scored five tries in the first half, while the Raiders were unable to get themselves on the board. Canberra scored three tries in the second half, with second rower Blake Halls getting a double. Fullback Michael Griffiths scored a consolation try just before full time. While the Raiders outscored the home team, three tries to two, in the second half, it was too little, too late - and the Magpies were well in control throughout the match.
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This post will update with live scores for the SG Ball Round 2 clash between the Canberra Raiders and Western Suburbs Magpies at Kirkham Oval, Camden. Kick off is at 4:20 pm. Here is the Raiders' final team line up:

Canberra Raiders

1. Jack Sandford 2. Connor Williams 3. Deakin Bright 4. Joshua Billing 5. Joseph Delle 13. Mitchell Spencer 7. Sione Moala 10. Caleb Esera 9. Toby Thorburn 16. Jayden Clarkson 11. Noah Saddler 12. Clay Webb 15. Blake Martin

14. Wilson Hamblin 17. Mitchell Prest 18. Kane Smith 19. Jack McDougall

Canberra Raiders 16

Tries
Sione Moala 8'
Noah Saddler 16'
Clay Webb 21'

Goals
Sione Moala 10'
Sione Moala 16'

Western Suburbs Magpies 10

Tries
Abiarthur Toi Tuilaepa 50'
Jarney Proctor-Harwood 57'

Goals
Jahoiyakim Afoa 59'

HALF TIME: Canberra Raiders 16 lead Western Suburbs Magpies 0
FULL TIME: Canberra Raiders 16 defeated Western Suburbs Magpies 10

How it happened: The Canberra Raiders SG Ball team has opened the season with two wins in a row, defeating the Western Suburbs Magpies today, 16-10, at Kirkham Oval, Camden. The Raiders had a difficult week, after four of the squad was sacked on Friday - due to an off field incident that followed the team's Round 1 win. The disrupted line up started the match strongly. Half back Sione Moala scored the first try after eight minutes. That was quickly followed up by tries to second rowers Noah Saddler and Clay Webb. Canberra led by 16-0 at the 22nd minute mark, but that was the end of the points for the Green Machine. The Magpies scored the only two tries of the second half - in the space of seven minutes. They drew within six points of the Raiders, but Canberra held on for the victory.
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Excellent win after the week they have had. Obviously got the jump early and were running without petrol in the second half.

Regardless it is another 2 points in the bag and a chance to regroup for the rest of the season.
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Here are the results for the Round 2 clash between the Riverina Bulls and Western Rams from earlier today. That's a big score in Laurie Daley Cup...



Andrew Johns Cup

Riverina Bulls 16

Tries
Noah Killeen 14'
Isaac Hardman 29'
Jared McKinnon 52'

Goals
Jared Mckinnon 15'
Jared Mckinnon 30'

Western Rams 20

Tries
Connor Vardanega 9'
Jaiden Powyer 17'
Alexander Davies 37'
Will Cuthill 47'

Goals
Kaydden Hoad 19'
Kaydden Hoad 49'

HALF TIME: Riverina Bulls 12 led Western Rams 10
FULL TIME: Western Rams 20 defeated Riverina Bulls 16

Laurie Daley Cup

Riverina Bulls 6

Tries
Zain Mitchell-Dowding 19'

Goals
Will McDermott 19'

Western Rams 54

Tries
Nathan Walker 8'
Samuel Lane 14'
David West 22'
Darcy Leadbitter 26'
Braye Porter 37'
Zac Williams 49'
Billy Phillips 54'
Samuel Lane 59'
David West 63'
Zac Williams 67'

Goals
Braye Porter 15'
Braye Porter 23'
Braye Porter 38'
Braye Porter 54'
Braye Porter 60'
Braye Porter 64'
Braye Porter 68'

HALF TIME: Western Rams 20 led Riverina Bulls 6
FULL TIME: Western Rams 54 defeated Riverina Bulls 6
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Bay53 wrote:Excellent win after the week they have had. Obviously got the jump early and were running without petrol in the second half.

Regardless it is another 2 points in the bag and a chance to regroup for the rest of the season.
Only played with 16 due to Esera injury during warmup. Great effort.


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2021 Round 3 Junior Representatives

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Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders V Illawarra Steelers
Saturday February 20, 11:00am
Belconnen Oval
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Canberra Raiders

1. Krystal Blackwell 2. Chloe Muggleton 3. Valasi Asomua 4. Alanna Dummett 5. Klaudia Osztrenkovics 6. Madyson Tooth 7. Makayla Morris 10. Amelia Kiriui 9. Maddie Dodson 18. Carly Wilkin 12. Maata Alai-Lokeni 15. Cassius Delamere 13. Geena Elliott

14. Jaxan Blackhall 16. Teliya Hetaraka 20. Carly Heyman 22. Felicity Bell

17. Grace Tai

Illawarra Steelers

1. Teagan Berry 2. Keele Browne 3. Olivia Vale 4. Jordyn Preston 5. Alivia Brown 6. Keeley Kopara 7. Riley Scott 8. Rose Lina Tau 9. Salma Nour 10. Tiana Kore 11. Mackenzie Lear 12. Mollie Bonham 13. Ula-Mari Time-Cribb

14. Tiana Graham 15. Alex Wallace 16. April Stevens 17. Checoby Murray

18. Annabel Mcdonald 19. Lily Rogan 20. Sian Allen 22. Shante Lenartowicz 23. Madysson Shoemark

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders Tarsha Gale team was defeated by the Wests Tigers, 16-10 last Saturday at Kirkham Oval, Camden. The Raiders were the first to score through winger Klaudia Osztrenkovics, after just five minutes. But the Tigers quickly struck back with a try in the 11th minute to Jayme Willingham - and took their 6-4 lead to the break. The Tigers went further to the lead just after half time, with a try to Folau Vaki. Raiders bench player Jaxan Blackhall brought the Green Machine back into the game with 15 minutes remaining. Her converted try levelled the scores at 10-10. But, as in Round 1, the Raiders were squeezed out of the game in the final stages. A penalty goal to Jessica Whelan from in front of the posts, put the Tigers in front. The Raiders threatened, with a big break down the touch line, with a couple of minutes remaining. But the Tigers finished the stronger, with a perfect kick to the try line producing a Wests try for Tehillah Vaeluaga on the bell.

The Raiders are yet to produce a win in this grade in 2021, and are placed seventh in a nine team competition. The Steelers sit in fourth place, following a Round 1 bye, and a 10-4 victory over the Roosters Indigenous Academy in Round 2. The Steelers have won both previous encounters between the clubs, the last a 58-4 win over the Raiders in 2019.

Round 2 highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2021/02/1 ... a-gale-r2/

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders V Illawarra Steelers
Saturday February 20, 12:30pm
Belconnen Oval
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

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 12. Noah Martin 15. Blake Halls 13. Clay Sing

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

19. Deekon Parsons

Illawarra Steelers

1. Sean Trindall 2. Ethan Cliff 3. James Walsh 4. Te Umuariki Heremia-Tukere 5. Bryden Rutledge 6. Palu Tausala 7. Kynan Clough 8. Jahream Lole-Ngarima 9. Jaxon Lavender 10. Jack Quine 11. Callum Leikvoll 12. Dylan Egan 13. Hamish Stewart

14. Jasper Scobie 15. Kyan Hjaltason 16. Kane Graham 17. Paul Mahanidis

18. Riley Costello 19. Kristian Sekuljica 20. Viliami Amone

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders have lost both of their opening matches of the season in Harold Matthews - one of six teams yet to get a win. They suffered a big 32-14 loss at the hands of the Western Suburbs Magpies last Saturday at Camden's Kirkham Oval. The Magpies scored five tries in the first half, while the Raiders were unable to get themselves on the board. Canberra scored three tries in the second half, with second rower Blake Halls getting a double. Fullback Michael Griffiths scored a consolation try just before full time. While the Raiders outscored the home team, three tries to two, in the second half, it was too little, too late - and the Magpies were well in control throughout the match.

Canberra sits in 13th place on the ladder, on points differential, and host the ninth placed Steelers at Belconnen Oval in Round 3. The Steelers, are also yet to post a victory, but sit on two competition points, thanks to a Round 1 bye. Illawarra lost 26-18 to the Roosters last weekend at Mascot Oval. The Steelers won the last clash between the clubs in this grade, 28-22, in Round 9 2019 at Seiffert Oval.

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders V Illawarra Steelers
Saturday February 20, 2:00pm
Belconnen Oval
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Canberra Raiders

1. Jack Sandford 2. Michael Asomua 3. Xavier Savage 4. Joshua Billing 5. Deakin Bright 6. Mitchell Spencer 7. Sione Moala 10. Kane Smith 9. Toby Thorburn 16. Jayden Clarkson 11. Noah Saddler 12. Clay Webb 15. Blake Martin

14. Connor Williams 15. Abai Chatfield-Mooka 17. Mitchell Prest 19. Jack McDougall

21. Wilson Hamblin

Illawarra Steelers

1. Alexander Lobb 2. Blake Wellington 3. Benjamin Lavender 4. Brandon Morkos 5. Cooper Tunbridge 6. Jack Bostock 7. Trey Barlow 8. Bryce Magnone 9. Riley Wooden 10. Thomas Phillips 11. Travis Barrett-Hancock 12. Clive Brett 13. Phoenix Vetenibua-Finnerty

14. Viliami Mahe 15. Jack Owens 16. Trent Giffiths 25. Jacob Webster

17. Syddarys Cassidy 18. Dilan Asanoski 19. Tyrone Roberts 20. Toby Peters 21. Jackson Sherb


AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders SG Ball team has opened the season with two wins in a row, after defeating the Western Suburbs Magpies on Saturday, 16-10, at a wet Kirkham Oval, Camden. The Raiders had a difficult week, after four of the squad was sacked last Friday - due to an off field incident that followed the team's Round 1 win. To add to their woes, an injury to Caleb Esera in the warm up meant the Green Machine had to play with just 16 men. The disrupted line up started the match strongly. Half back Sione Moala scored the first try after eight minutes. That was quickly followed up by tries to second rowers Noah Saddler and Clay Webb. Canberra led by 16-0 at the 22nd minute mark, but that was the end of the points for the Green Machine. The Magpies scored the only two tries of the second half - in the space of seven minutes. They drew within six points of the Raiders, but Canberra held on for the victory.

Canberra sits on top of the competition ladder, the only team with a perfect record. They return home for their Round 3 clash with the 13th placed Illawarra Steelers. The Steelers are yet to record a win, having a bye in Round 1, and losing last weekend to the Roosters, 28-16 at Mascot Oval. The Raiders have the better recent record in matches between these clubs, but they lost the last clash. It was a 28-22 loss for the Raiders at home at Seiffert Oval in Round 9 of 2019.

Andrew Johns Cup

Monaro Colts V Illawarra South Coast Dragons
Saturday February 20, 10:00am
Sid Parrish Park, Wolllongong
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 Alia 15. Jordan Williams 16. Gus Young 17. Peter Soward

18. Ben Castle

ISC Dragons

1. Clay Baldock 2. Byron Pitt 3. Cooper Harison 4. Toby Rumble 5. Zac Tagliapietra 6. Caleb Hall 7. Jackson Rieck 8. Jai Duncan 9. Dextar Grant 10. Noah McNally 11. Bailey Marks 12. Ashton O'Dea 13. Kaide Pratt

14. Seth Pearnman 15. Seth Larkings 16. Billy Hahn 17. Isaac Laughton

18. Tristan Dawson

Riverina Bulls V Central Coast Roosters
Saturday February 20, 10:00am
McLean Oval, Harden
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. Chaise Sergi 10. Bailey Dal Molin 11. Jed Reardon 12. Noah Killeen 13. Billy Corcoran

14. Nicolas Carroll 15. Beniel Dakunibubului 16. Angus Clark 18. Jaxon Lemon

17. Noah Dal Molin

Central Coast Roosters

1. Dylan Coyte 2. Noah Owens 3. Tyrone Dorrell 4. Jackson Pennell 5. Damon Schell 6. Riley Burke 7. Zac Gillett 8. Aticus Fotfili 9. Malachi Smith 10. Kyan Parker 11. Jake Elliott 15. Travis Northey 13. James Miller

12. Riley Watson-Miletic 14. Josh Farmilo 17. Noah Hill 22. Zack Visconti

24. Jarrod Dann

Laurie Daley Cup

Monaro Colts V Illawarra South Coast Dragons
Saturday February 20, 11:20am
Sid Parrish Park, Wolllongong
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Monaro Colts

1. Ty Dowdle 2. Kane Rushton 3. Matthew Wheatley 4. Mitchell Swadling 5. Cole Taylor 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. Cayden Hill 16. Ryan Castle 17. TBA

ISC Dragons

1. Liam Arnold 2. James McClelland 3. Flynn Allen 4. Jarvis Austin 5. Jack Prccirilli 6. Ryan Hodgson 7. Liam Constable 8. Ryan Couchman 9. Coleby Smith 10. Darby Turner 11. Joshua Specia 12. Jedd Ross 13. Sam Stewart

14. Callum Cecil 15. Isaiah Kennedy 16. Wil Patison 17. Will Starling

18. Radif Kanj

Riverina Bulls V Central Coast Roosters
Saturday February 20, 11:20am
McLean Oval, Harden
On line broadcast: NSWRL TV, NSWRL Facebook page

Riverina Bulls

1. Logan Collins 2. Joseph Oti 3. David Oti 4. Brodie Mirtschin 5. Jack Stewart 6. Will McDermott 7. Jacob Maher 8. Jack Hillier 9. Charlie Corcoran 10. Jett Liu 11. Kye Wright 12. William Casey 13. Joseph Roddy

14. William Murray 15. Sam Neale 16. Mitchell Carter 17. Zain Mitchell-Dowding

Central Coast Roosters

1. Beau Newlands 2. Jack Granger 3. Lachoneus Paki 4. Michael Whitton 5. Brodie Pintatara 22. Fletcher Powell 7. Jessi O'Neill-Pethebridge 8. Daniel Peters 9. Tyler Moriarty 10. Lachlan Mears-Crabbe 11. Jai Boyle 12. Brody Briggs 6. Wiremu Tibbutt

14. Leon Elton 16. Jett Frendin 17. Flynn Sharman 23. Simon Pati

20. Matthew Kuech
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Imagine being a league fan in Darwin. You have just described the ground that they play the one NRL game a year that we get.


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Rick wrote: February 15, 2021, 5:32 pm Imagine being a league fan in Darwin. You have just described the ground that they play the one NRL game a year that we get.
I'm standing corrected. I'm told "Belconnen Oval" is intended to mean Raiders Belconnen (West Belconnen or Kippax).
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Xavier Savage to debut in SG Ball.
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I think you will find the games this Saturday will be live streamed on the NSWRL Facebook page.

Should be a good afternoon of footy.
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Players who played Round 1 but didn’t play Round 2 nor selected in Round 3.

Livai Koloutolu
Sione Tapuosi
Eneseli Kamuta
Nui Mariota
Josh Pokoney
Caleb Esera

We know Pokoney did his shoulder in Round 1 and Esera got injured in the warm up last week.

Not sure if the others are injured or out of form.
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