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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 12:03 pm

16th min TRY WARRIORS to Tom Ale following a grubber kick through. It’s off the back of a penalty. Converted Sione Moala.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 12:05 pm

19th min TRY WARRIORS to Phillip Makatoa. Break right down the middle and the prop backs up. Scores under the posts. Converted Moala.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 12:08 pm

21st min TRY WARRIORS to five eighth Paul Turner. Terrible defence at present, they’re just carving the Raiders up down the middle of the park. Moala converts.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 12:13 pm

23rd min TRY WARRIORS to Jyris Glamuzina? They kick ahead down the wing, the Raiders let the ball bounce, the regather and tap the ball onto the try scorer. Moala converts from out wide. That’s four tries in four sets.

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Post by reptar » April 21, 2019, 12:18 pm

Is defence a thing in this game?
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 12:20 pm

32nd min TRY WARRIORS to centre Kayal Iro. Just the result of jumper grabbing by the Raiders. Moala misses the goal.

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Post by Ronny P » April 21, 2019, 12:25 pm

Losing the ruck badly. The early tries down the left edge from lazy inside front rower


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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 12:37 pm

Back underway...

38th min Raiders run on the last and Harley Smith Shields is held up over the line. Unlucky!
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 12:39 pm

40th min TRY RAIDERS to Joe Roberts! Not held up this time! No conversion Westcott from out wide.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 12:46 pm

46th min TRY WARRIORS to Harley Maynard. Converted Moala.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 12:48 pm

48th min Warriors running rampant again. TRY WARRIORS to Tom Ale, his second. Defence has gone missing today, after being a feature of the Raiders recent performances. Moala converts from in front.

Warriors 40-16

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 12:54 pm

54th min TRY RAIDERS to centre Harley Smith Shields. That’s a double for him. Converted Westcott.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 1:01 pm

9 mins to go TRY RAIDERS to lock Darby Medlyn. Converted Westcott from out wide.

Warriors 40-28

Knowing under 20s... this could turn out a 40 all draw!
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 1:03 pm

6 mins to go TRY RAIDERS to winger Daine Spencer on debut. Fantastic try! Westcott converts.

Warriors 40-34

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Post by Ronny P » April 21, 2019, 1:13 pm

Another week of mediocre refereeing. Warriors offside 70% of the second half. I dont know how coaches put up with it


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Post by The Greenhouse » April 21, 2019, 1:45 pm

MATCH REPORT: Jersey Flegg Canberra Raiders fall short against New Zealand Warriors

The Canberra Raiders have fallen short of a miracle comeback as they went down to the Warriors 40-34 at GIO Stadium. The Warriors had a 40-16 lead early in the second half before the Raiders seized momentum of the match to get within six points of their opponent.

New Zealand Warriors 40 (Tries: T Ale 2, P Makatoa, P Turner, J Glamuzina, K Iro, H Maynard, Goals: S Moala 6) d Canberra Raiders 34 (Tries: H Smith-Shields 2, J Martin, J Roberts, D Medlyn, D Spencer; Goals: T Westcott 5)

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/04 ... -warriors/
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Post by greeneyed » April 23, 2019, 10:00 am

2019 Jersey Flegg Round 7: Canberra Raiders V Manly Sea Eagles

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Canberra Raiders V Manly Sea Eagles
HE Laybutt Field, Blacktown
Sunday, 28 April, 3:00pm

Canberra Raiders

1. Jackson Stuart
2. Brigham Moeakiola
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Daine Spencer
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Kyle Paterson
10. Duwanye Mariner
11. Jordan Martin
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Darby Medlyn

14. Liam Mock
15. Thomas Robertson
16. Silafano Titiuti
17. Lazarus Vaalepu

18. Joe Roberts

Manly Sea Eagles

1. Zaan Weatherall
2. Roly Podesta
3. Max Lehmann
4. Kyle Cassel
5. Simi Afeaki
6. Zac Butler
7. Hyrum Wichmann
8. Michael Fenn (c)
9. Max Barry
10. Mark Tepu-Smith
11. Sean Vaivelata
12. Ben Gleeson
13. Finn Heath

14. Jacob Sykes
15. Neihana Oldham
16. Raff Letoi
17. Mosese Faeamani

21. Semi Naisevunivai

PREVIEW: The Canberra Raiders suffered a 40-34 loss to the New Zealand Warriors at Canberra Stadium in Round 6 - dropping out of the top eight as a result. The Warriors had just one win to their name, but were dominant for much of the match. The Raiders started well, with tries to second rower Jordan Martin and centre Harley Smith Shields giving the home team a 12-0 lead after 11 minutes. But from the 15th minute, the Warriors unleashed. They scored four tries in the space of four sets. If they weren't making huge breaks down the middle of the park, they were kicking them down the sideline - with everything they did turning to gold. By halftime, the Warriors had piled on five tries, giving them a 28-12 lead.

The Raiders came back to life in the early stages of the second half, scoring through Joe Roberts after five minutes. However, the New Zealand outfit went on another attacking blitz, scoring a brace of tries in the space of two minutes - to winger Harley Maynard and second rower Tom Ale.

Canberra staged a comeback in the final quarter hour. First Harley Smith Shields went over for his second try of the afternoon, before lock Darby Medlyn crossed out wide with nine minutes remaining. And when winger Daine Spencer scored with six minutes left on the clock, it looked like Canberra might even force an unlikely 40 all draw. However, Toby Westcott's conversion was the end of the scoring, with the Raiders falling short by six.

The ninth placed Raiders now travel to HE Laybutt Field at Blacktown on Sunday for a meeting with the last placed Manly Sea Eagles. The Sea Eagles are on a five game losing streak, and have yet to produce a win in 2019. They were taken down 50-0 by the St George Illawarra Dragons in their last outing. The Raiders have a DWLWL record in their past five games. The Raiders have posted a much better attacking and defensive record than the Sea Eagles so far this season. The Raiders have scored an average 25 points per match, the Sea Eagles just nine. Canberra has shown some good defensive starch up until last weekend. They have now conceded an average of 22 points per match, while the Sea Eagles have conceded a whopping 45 points per game.

In team changes for the Raiders, Jarrett Subloo is back at five eighth after missing the Warriors match, with Toby Westcott moving to his regular No. 7 jersey, and Kyle Patterson back to his regular dummy half role. Liam Mock drops back from the No. 9 to the bench. Duwanye Mariner is named at starting prop, with Silifano Titiuti dropping back to the bench. For some reason, the big men usually switch roles late, with Titiuti starting. After being included in the top 17 last week, Joe Roberts is 18th man.

Our tip: If the Raiders play to their potential, they should be too strong.

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Post by greeneyed » April 24, 2019, 4:53 pm

Jersey Flegg Preview: Raiders v Sea Eagles

The Canberra Raiders’ Jersey Flegg team will be looking to bounce back this weekend as they face the Sea Eagles at HE Laybutt Field on Sunday afternoon.

"He's a player that plays with a lot of energy," coach Ash Barnes says of last week's debutant winger Daine Spencer. "Particularly at the back end of the second half, he caused the Warriors a bit of trouble and gave our side a bit of energy".

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Post by Bay53 » April 27, 2019, 6:47 am

I am sure the original fixture had this game being played at Brookvale and Mounties at Blacktown.

Personally, if we only get one of them I would rather have Mounties as the curtain raiser.

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Post by greeneyed » April 27, 2019, 6:59 am

Bay53 wrote:
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I am sure the original fixture had this game being played at Brookvale and Mounties at Blacktown.

Personally, if we only get one of them I would rather have Mounties as the curtain raiser.
It did, and listed that way up until teams were announced.
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Welcome to our coverage of today’s Jersey Flegg clash between the Canberra Raiders and Manly Sea Eagles at Blacktown. This post will update when can with live scores from 3pm! So refresh for the latest. This game is broadcast via on line radio: http://www.swr999.com.au/sport

Final team line ups:

Canberra Raiders

1. Jackson Stuart
2. Brigham Moeakiola
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Daine Spencer
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
16. Silafano Titiuti
9. Kyle Paterson
15. Thomas Robertson
12. Kai O'Donnell
10. Duwanye Mariner
13. Darby Medlyn

8. Charlie Rorke
14. Liam Mock
17. Lazarus Vaalepu
19. Jesse Dent

Manly Sea Eagles

1. Zaan Weatherall
2. Roly Podesta
3. Max Lehmann
4. Kyle Cassel
5. Simi Afeaki
6. Zac Butler
7. Hyrum Wichmann
8. Michael Fenn (c)
9. Max Barry
10. Mark Tepu-Smith
11. Sean Vaivelata
12. Ben Gleeson
13. Finn Heath

14. Jacob Sykes
15. Neihana Oldham
16. Raff Letoi
17. Mosese Faeamani

Canberra Raiders 56

Tries
Matthew Timoko 9'
Kyle Paterson 13'
Kyle Paterson 16'
Kai O'Donnell 20'
Harley Smith-Shields 30'
Daine Spencer 33'
Charlie Rorke 38'
Matthew Timoko 41'
Jesse Dent 45'
Harley Smith-Shields 64'

Goals
Tobias Westcott 15'
Tobias Westcott 17'
Tobias Westcott 31'
Tobias Westcott 34'
Tobias Westcott 39'
Tobias Westcott 42'
Tobias Westcott 46'
Tobias Westcott 65'

Manly Sea Eagles 4

Tries
Maxwell Barry 25'

Goals
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 3:59 pm

Jersey Flegg

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Jersey Flegg

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2019 Jersey Flegg Round 8: Canberra Raiders V Penrith Panthers

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Canberra Raiders V Penrith Panthers
McDonalds Park, Wagga Wagga
Saturday, 4 May, 12:45pm

Canberra Raiders

1. Jackson Stuart
2. Brigham Moeakiola
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Daine Spencer
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Kyle Paterson
10. Silafano Titiuti
11. Darby Medlyn
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Duwanye Mariner

14. Liam Mock
15. Thomas Robertson
16. Jesse Dent
17. Lazarus Vaalepu

Penrith Panthers

1. Charlie Staines
2. Glen McGrady
3. Stephen Crichton
4. Thomas Lofts
5. Matthew Faauila
6. Matt Burton
7. Brendan Hands
8. Jayden Tanner
9. Ryan Pritchard
10. Brad Gaut
11. Terrell May
12. J'maine Hopgood (C)
13. Lindsay Smith

14. Adam Fearnley
15. Jack Quinn
16. Ratu Nanovo
17. John Trimboli
18. Dylan McBain
19. Jake Tago

PREVIEW: The Canberra Raiders produced a huge 56-4 victory over the Manly Sea Eagles in Round 7 at Blacktown's HE Laybutt Field. Canberra scored six tries in the first half, including a double to hooker Kyle Patterson in the space of three minutes - and led 32-4 at the break. They continued on their merry way in the second half, with centre Matthew Timoko and winger Harley Smith Shields both picking up their second tries of the afternoon. In the end it was 10 tries for the Green Machine in a comprehensive performance. The result saw the Raiders climb back into the top eight.

It will no doubt be a much tougher contest for the sixth placed Canberra when they travel to Wagga Wagga for a clash with the first placed Penrith Panthers. The Panthers have lost just once this season - to the Dragons, 22-20 in Round 3 - and are on a four game winning streak. They have run up cricket scores in their past three games - against the Thunderbolts (72-4), Sharks (50-10) and Rabbitohs (42-0). The Raiders have a WLWLW record in their past five games.

The Panthers are the benchmark in the Jersey Flegg competition in both attack and defence. They have averaged 38 points scored per match so far this season, compared with 30 for the Raiders (ranked second in attack in the competition). Penrith has conceded just 11 points per match, compared with the Raiders' 19.

Raiders team changes: Charlie Rorke moves back into the starting line up, partnering Silafano Titiuti at prop, with Tom Robertson dropping back to the bench. Darby Medlyn moves into the second row, alongside Kai O'Donnell, with Duwanye Mariner taking over from Medlyn at lock. Jesse Dent maintains his place on the bench, after being a late inclusion last week.

Our tip: We'd love to tip the Raiders in this one... but the Panthers are in raging hot form. It could be a tough afternoon for the Green Machine.

MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: Round 7: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/04/3 ... --round-7/
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Post by greeneyed » May 1, 2019, 1:19 pm

Jersey Flegg Preview: Raiders v Panthers

The Canberra Raiders’ Jersey Flegg team will head into the weekend full of confidence when they come up against league leaders Penrith Panthers at McDonalds Park this Saturday. Jarret Subloo returned to the starting line-up last week after a quad injury.

"We were able to be quite a threat across the field," coach Ash Barnes said. "Going forward, those combinations between Subloo, Wescott and Kyle Paterson will continue to build… it’s really pleasing."

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/05 ... -panthers/
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Canberra Raiders boost launch of Disability Trust program with surprise visit

A surprise visit from the Canberra Raiders under-20s has helped boost the launch of the Disability Trust's new rugby league program Score Raiders. The program provides people with disabilities an opportunity to participate in a weekly training session where they can showcase and learn the skills of rugby league.

"People with disabilities love their sport and are huge fans of rugby league," sport and recreation services manager Michael Norris said.

Read more: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14239
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greeneyed wrote:Canberra Raiders boost launch of Disability Trust program with surprise visit

A surprise visit from the Canberra Raiders under-20s has helped boost the launch of the Disability Trust's new rugby league program Score Raiders. The program provides people with disabilities an opportunity to participate in a weekly training session where they can showcase and learn the skills of rugby league.

"People with disabilities love their sport and are huge fans of rugby league," sport and recreation services manager Michael Norris said.

Read more: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14239
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Welcome to our coverage of today's Jersey Flegg match between the Canberra Raiders and Penrith Panthers. This post will update with live scores, so refresh for the latest. Here are the final team line ups:

Canberra Raiders

1. Jackson Stuart
2. Brigham Moeakiola
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Daine Spencer
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Kyle Paterson
10. Silafano Titiuti
11. Darby Medlyn
12. Kai O'Donnell
16. Jesse Dent

13. Duwanye Mariner
14. Liam Mock
15. Thomas Robertson
17. Lazarus Vaalepu

Penrith Panthers

1. Charlie Staines
2. Glen McGrady
3. Stephen Crichton
19. Jake Tago
5. Matthew Faauila
6. Matt Burton
7. Brendan Hands
8. Jayden Tanner
9. Ryan Pritchard
10. Brad Gaut
11. Terrell May
12. J'maine Hopgood (C)
13. Lindsay Smith

14. Adam Fearnley
16. Ratu Nanovo
17. John Trimboli
23. Nitoa Kairau

HALF TIME Canberra Raiders 16 led Penrith Panthers 12
FULL TIME Canberra Raiders 37 defeated Penrith Panthers 12

Canberra Raiders 37

Tries
4' Matthew Timoko
7' Harley Smith Shields
14' Charlie Rorke
43' Duwanye Mariner
48' Kyle Patterson
63' Kyle Patterson
69' Daine Spencer

Goals
8' Toby Westcott
15' Toby Westcott
45' Toby Westcott
70' Toby Westcott

Field goal
67' Toby Westcott

Penrith Panthers 12

Tries
18' Stephen Crichton
32' Stephen Crichton

Goals
20' Brendan Hands
34' Brendan Hands
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Canberra Raiders lead 10-0 after 10 minutes. Centre Matt Timiko first to score, following a grubber kick. No conversion. Fellow centre Harley Smith Shields next to score, from close range, converted by Westcott.
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15th min TRY RAIDERS to hooker Kyle Patterson! Converted by Westcott. The scorer could be Charlie Rorke...

Raiders 16-0
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18th min TRY PANTHERS to centre Stephen Crichton, converted Brendan Hands.

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Post by The Greenhouse » May 4, 2019, 1:23 pm

32nd min TRY PANTHERS to Stephen Crichton and he gets a double. The conversion from Hands sees the Panthers trail by four.

Raiders 16-12
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Penrith Panthers 12
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Post by The Greenhouse » May 4, 2019, 1:45 pm

43rd min TRY RAIDERS to Duwanye Mariner, capitalises on a kick from Toby Westcott, converted by Westcott.

Raiders 22-12
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