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Post by The Greenhouse » June 8, 2019, 1:50 pm

32nd min The Raiders nearly over, but spilt ball. That’s twice now.
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 8, 2019, 1:52 pm

35th min The Raiders nearly over in the corner... again spilled.

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Wests Tigers 6
Canberra Raiders 0
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Wests Tigers kick off to start the second half.
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 8, 2019, 2:16 pm

43rd min TRY TIGERS to centre Curtis Wilson, an intercept and he goes the length to score. Converted by half Ben Stevanovic.

Wests Tigers 12-0
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51st min Matt Timoko sin binned for a ruck infringement near the try line.
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 8, 2019, 2:21 pm

52nd min TRY TIGERS in the corner to winger Liam Scholari. Converted Stevanovic from the sideline.

TIGERS 18-0
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Post by Ronny P » June 8, 2019, 2:22 pm

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Post by The Greenhouse » June 8, 2019, 2:26 pm

15 to go Now the Tigers get almost get a 40/20... touched out by Daine Spencer. Not the Raiders’ day.
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 8, 2019, 2:41 pm

3 to go TRY TIGERS to centre Zac Cini. That’s a double for him today. Sadly, the Raiders have been well outplayed today. No conversion.

Wests Tigers 22
Canberra Raiders 0

Dust up on full time... after a Raiders high tackle.

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Post by greeneyed » June 9, 2019, 7:08 pm

2019 Jersey Flegg Round 14: Canberra Raiders V Cronulla Sharks

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Canberra Raiders V Cronulla Sharks
Raiders Belconnen, Kippax
Sunday 15 June 3:00pm

Canberra Raiders

1. Daine Spencer
2. Lachlan Eveston
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Jackson Stuart
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Liam Mock
10. Silafano Titiuti
11. Duwanye Mariner
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Tom Robertson

14. Joe Roberts
15. Matthew Dragisic
16. Tyson Hodge
17. Ata Mariota

Cronulla Sharks

1. Jonaiah Lualua
2. Jonah Ngaronoa
3. Jensen Taumoepeau
4. Vito Tevaga
5. Josh Delailoa
6. Jayden Millard
7. Angus Ernst
8. Tom Hazelton
9. Isaac Longmuir
10. Monty Raper ©
11. Tom Caughlan
12. Jack Boyling
13. Fine Kula

14. Connor Luhan
15. Cruz Topai-Aveai
16. Jackson Stewart
17. Lachlan Scarpelli

21. Jangala Bennet
22. Franklin Pele
23. James Russell

Preview

The Canberra Raiders Jersey Flegg team is back in the nation's capital in Round 14, hosting the first placed Cronulla Sharks at Kippax on Sunday.

Last week: The Raiders stumbled in Round 13, losing to the 10th played Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday. Not a lot went right for the Green Machine. The Tigers had a lot of possession and territory in the first half, but Canberra's good defence contained the home team to just one try to centre Zac Cini in the 26th minute. The Raiders had opportunities to score, but spilled the ball over the try line on at least three occasions. The Tigers took a 6-0 lead to the break, and then scored three unanswered tries in the second half. Zac Cini bagged his second try of the day three minutes from full time, securing a 22-0 victory. Canberra's ill discipline cost them, with centre Matt Timoko sin binned for a ruck infringement on the Raiders' own goal line.

This week: It certainly won't be any easier on Sunday, when the Raiders meet the ladder leading Sharks. The Sharks have lost just one game all season, winning eight. That sole loss came against the Penrith Panthers, a 50-10 drubbing at Shark Park. But in every other week, the Sharks have been either handing out their own drubbings, or winning the close contests. They are now on a five game winning streak, and only the Warriors have come close in that time - with the New Zealand outfit losing 18-16 at Henson Park in Round 12. In their last outing, the Sharks ran out 34-10 victors over the Parramatta Eels at Shark Park.

The Raiders have posted six wins, a draw and three losses so far this season. They have won four of their last five, but have now fallen from third on the ladder to fifth. After being held scoreless in Round 13, the Raiders now rank third in the league in attack - behind the Newcastle Knights and the Penrith Panthers. They have averaged 30 points scored per match, compared with 29 for the Sharks (ranked fourth). The Raiders rank sixth in defence, having conceded an average of 17 points per game. And that's where the Sharks have the advantage - they are the number one defensive team and have conceded just 13 points per game on average.

Form: : Raiders: WWWWL
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Raiders team changes: The Raiders have named an unchanged team to the one that was defeated last week by the Tigers.

Our tip: Until their loss to the Tigers, the Raiders have been rolling along nicely. They'll be aiming to return to the form they showed in the previous four weeks. However, it'll be tough to turn it around against the Sharks, despite having the home ground advantage. On form, we have to tip a Sharks win... but let's hope the Raiders can prove that wrong.

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Kyle Shepherdson speaks out on importance of mental health after quitting NRL program

Tathra rugby league prodigy Kyle Shepherdson has shone a much-needed light on mental health in sport. Twice selected for NRL team programs, Mr Shepherdson recently made the tough choice to walk away from the opportunity for the sake of his mental health. Recently and just six months into a new development deal with the Canberra Raiders, Mr Shepherdson said he started to relive some familiar feelings.

"One week in, I thought it's happening again, I instantly had these self-worth feelings come back," he said.

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Good on him. Your life is long well after football. The mental pressure these kids go through to “make it” is insane and i am surprised there are not more publicised stories similar to this.


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Welcome to our coverage of today’s Jersey Flegg clash between the Canberra Raiders and the Cronulla Sharks at Kippax. We will have live scores in this thread, and this post will include summary scoring details. Kick off is at 3pm, so there’s still plenty of time to get to the ground! Final team line ups:

Canberra Raiders

1. Daine Spencer
2. Semi Valemi
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Jackson Stuart
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Tobias Westcott
8. Tyson Hodge
9. Kyle Patterson
10. Lazarus Vaalepu
11. Matthew Dragisic
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Charlie Rorke

14. Gideon Afemui
15. Tom Robertson
16. Ata Mariota
17. Jacob Sturt

Cronulla Sharks

1. Jonaiah Lualua
2. Jonah Ngaronoa
3. Jensen Taumoepeau
4. Vito Tevaga
5. Josh Delailoa
18. Kai Broadhurst
7. Angus Ernst
8. Tom Hazelton
9. Isaac Longmuir
10. Monty Raper ©
11. Tom Caughlan
12. Jack Boyling
13. Fine Kula

14. Connor Luhan
15. Cruz Topai-Aveai
17. Lachlan Scarpelli
22. Franklin Pele

Canberra Raiders 24

Tries
Harley Smith-Shields 12'
Semi Valemei 21'
Matthew Timoko 58'
Kai O'Donnell 68'

Goals
Tobias Westcott 13'
Tobias Westcott 26'
Tobias Westcott 59'
Tobias Westcott 69'

Cronulla Sharks 25

Tries
Vito Tevaga 3'
Monty Raper 16'
Isaac Longmuir 44'
Monty Raper 56'

Goals
Jonaiah Lualua 5'
Jonaiah Lualua 18'
Jonaiah Lualua 45'
Jonaiah Lualua 56'

Field goals
Kai Broadhurst 34'

HALF TIME

Cronulla Sharks 13 lead Canberra Raiders 12

FULL TIME

Cronulla Sharks 25 defeated Canberra Raiders 24
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 16, 2019, 2:15 pm

Overcast, cloudy conditions for today’s match, presently 12.5C, apparent temperature is 10C. So pretty cool, and probably a bit greasy on the field. Teams will warm up on field today, which is a little unusual for Kippax... but this is a single match program.
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 16, 2019, 3:05 pm

4th min TRY SHARKS to Vito Tevaga out wide. They sweep and it pays dividends. Converted from the sideline by Jonaiah Lualua.

Sharks 6-0
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13th min TRY RAIDERS to Harley Smith Shields. He steps and jinks and gets over! Toby Westcott not too far from the posts, gets the conversion.

Sharks 6
Raiders 6
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19th min TRY SHARKS to prop Monty Raper under the posts, backing up the break down the middle. Converted Jonaiah Lualua.

Sharks 12
Raiders 6
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23rd min TRY RAIDERS to Semi Valemi, great run down the sideline. Toby Westcott misses the goal, direction perfect, but it falls short of the cross bar.
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 16, 2019, 3:28 pm

27th min PENALTY GOAL RAIDERS to Toby Westcott from in front. Raiders got the penalty from the kick off, with the Sharks offside and it all went from there.

Raiders 12
Sharks 12
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 16, 2019, 3:36 pm

35th min FIELD GOAL SHARKS to Kai Broadhurst.

Sharks 13
Raiders 12

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Good effort against the top team.
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Sharks kick off to start the second half.
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 16, 2019, 3:55 pm

42nd min Great run Timoko, kick ahead but Daine Spencer ruled to knock on. Looked like he kicked it. Great opportunity missed.
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45th min TRY SHARKS under the posts to Isaac Longmuir. It’s off the back of a penalty. Converted Jonaiah Lualua.

Sharks 19-12
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18 to go Harley Smith Shields goes off for an HIA.
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13 to go TRY SHARKS to Monty Raper, again off the back of a penalty... a pretty tough one. He’s a talent, Raper, big free running forward, hard to stop. Subloo injured after he collides with the post trying to stop the try... looks like he’ll be OK. Converted Jonaiah Lualua.

Sharks 25-12
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11 to go TRY RAIDERS to Matt Timoko! Great stepping and he scores under the posts. The Raiders got the ball back from the short kick off to set it up. Toby Westcott converts.

Sharks 25-18
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 16, 2019, 4:26 pm

1 to go TRY RAIDERS to Kai O’Donnell. Converted Toby Westcott.

Sharks 25
Raiders 24

The Sharks wasted much of the final minute, by a slow restart, and the Raiders has a play or two left, but couldn’t get out of their own end. Very good showing against the No. 1 team on the ladder.

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2019 Jersey Flegg Round 15: Canberra Raiders V South Sydney Rabbitohs

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Canberra Raiders V South Sydney Rabbitohs
Crestwood Oval
Sunday 23 June 11:00am

Canberra Raiders

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

14. Gideon Afemui
15. Thomas Robertson
16. Tyson Hodge
17. Lazarus Vaalepu

South Sydney Rabbitohs

1. James Tautaiolefua
2. Kane Allan
3. Nick Mougios (c)
4. Jaxson Paulo
5. Jack Frasca
6. Blake Taaffe
7. Lachlan Ilias
8. Augustine Stowers
9. Josh Cook
10. Luke Bain
11. Maila Aluni-Chanfoon
12. Matt French
13. Brock Gardner

14. Peter Mamouzelos
15. Tallis Angianga
16. Lachlan Gale
17. Luke Puru

18. Marc Zaurrini

Preview

The Canberra Raiders Jersey Flegg team is back on the road in Round 15, and head to Redfern Oval for a meeting with the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Last week: The Raiders produced a very good performance - but lost by a point to the ladder leading Cronulla Sharks at Kippax on Sunday afternoon. The Raiders significantly reshuffled their forward line up, with Tyson Hodge, Lazarus Vaalepu, Matthew Dragisic and hooker Kyle Patterson late inclusions in the starting pack - while Semi Valemi was a late inclusion on the wing. The shake-up seemed to produce much more energy than was on display in the loss to Wests Tigers in Round 13.

The Sharks went to an early lead when they swept the ball wide, with centre Vito Tevaga crossing in the scoreboard corner. The impressive conversion from the sideline from fullback Jonaiah Lualua produced a 6-0 scoreline inside the first five minutes. The Raiders levelled in the 13th minute, after Harley Smith Shield stepped and jinked his way over the try line. But the Sharks were quickly back in front, after a barnstorming run from prop Monty Raper up the middle saw him score under the posts.

In the 23rd minute, Semi Valemi made a great run down the sideline - his try in the corner keeping the Raiders right in the contest. The direction of Toby Westcott's conversion attempt was perfect, but the ball dropped short of the posts. The Sharks immediately put themselves under pressure from the restart, penalised for being offside at the kick off. That led to another penalty to the Raiders, right in front of the posts, after the Sharks were caught offside in the red zone. Westcott potted the easy goal, and the scores were level, 12-12, with eight minutes to the break. It looked like that would be the half time score - but Sharks half Kai Broadhurst kicked a field goal just before the siren, the ball sailing through despite the Raiders' touch on it in flight. The field goal would ultimately prove to be critical to the result.

In the second half, the Raiders created some good opportunities, but the Sharks converted theirs into tries - to Isaac Longmuir in the 45th minute, and then to Monty Raper in the 57th. The Sharks took a 25-12 lead, but the Raiders finished strongly. Centre Matt Timoko, who was probably the Raiders man of the match, stepped his way over the line, scoring under the posts with 11 minutes remaining. And then with one minute left on the clock, second rower Kai O'Donnell scored - with the Westcott goal bringing the Raiders within one point. The Sharks were slow to restart, and eventually the clock was stopped - but the Raiders only had time for a couple of plays at their own end. Time ran out.

This week: The loss to the Sharks saw the Raiders fall to sixth on the ladder, and they now meet the fifth placed Rabbitohs. The Rabbitohs have won six, drawn two and lost three matches this season. They won by just a point over the Penrith Panthers in their last outing, 23-22. The Panthers led by 18-4 at half time, but the Rabbitohs came back in the second half. The scores were level for the final 10 minutes, but a field goal to halfback Lachlan Ilias with six seconds remaining saw the Rabbitohs run out last gasp winners. They have had recent losses to the Knights (28-16) and Eels (31-18).

The Raiders have a six and four record, with one draw - and are just one competition point adrift of the Rabbitohs. Four wins in a row saw Canberra climb to third place on the ladder, but the Raiders have now lost their past two games. The Raiders rank third in the league in attack - behind the Newcastle Knights and the Penrith Panthers. They have averaged 29 points scored per match, compared with 28 for the Rabbitohs (ranked fourth). The Raiders rank sixth in defence, having conceded an average of 17 points per game, compared with 23 for the Rabbitohs.

Form: Raiders: WWWLL
Rabbitohs: WWLLW

Raiders team changes: Duwanye Mariner returns to the team at starting prop and will be partnered by Charlie Rorke, who moves back to the front row from lock. Props Tyson Hodge and Lazarus Vaalepu drop back to the bench. Matthew Dragisic retains his position in the second row, while Darby Medlyn returns to the team at lock, after playing in NSW Cup last week. Ata Mariota and Jacob Sturt drop out of the top 17.

Our tip: The two teams are ranked closely, but the Raiders have the slightly better record in attack, and the better record in defence. The Raiders face the Rabbitohs on foreign turf, but they have been strengthened by this week's team changes and they have the capability to win. It'll be a tough contest, but if the Raiders play anything like they did in the clash with the Sharks, they should come away with the competition points.

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Post by greeneyed » June 18, 2019, 4:23 pm

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Jersey Flegg has shifted date, time and location. Now the Raiders play the Rabbitohs on Sunday, 11:00am at Crestwood Oval.
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Welcome to our coverage of today's Jersey Flegg clash between the Canberra Raiders and South Sydney Rabbitohs. This post will update with live scores, so refresh for the latest. Final team line ups:

Canberra Raiders

1. Daine Spencer
2. Manase Kaho
3. Semi Valemei
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Jackson Stuart
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Toby Westcott
8. Charlie Rorke
9. Kyle Paterson
10. Tyson Hodge
11. Lachlan Lewis
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Darby Medlyn

14. Gideon Afemui
15. Thomas Robertson
16. Duwanye Mariner
17. Lazarus Vaalepu

South Sydney Rabbitohs

1. James Tautaiolefua
2. Kane Allan
3. Nick Mougios (c)
4. Jaxson Paulo
5. Jack Frasca
6. Blake Taaffe
7. Lachlan Ilias
8. Augustine Stowers
9. Josh Cook
15. Tallis Angianga
11. Maila Aluni-Chanfoon
12. Matt French
13. Brock Gardner

14. Peter Mamouzelos
16. Lachlan Gale
17. Luke Puru
19. Joshua Fepuleai

HALF TIME South Sydney Rabbitohs 16 lead Canberra Raiders 6

FULL TIME South Sydney Rabbitohs 28 defeated Canberra Raiders 12

Canberra Raiders 12

Tries
Lachlan Lewis 23'
Jarrett Subloo 64'

Goals
Tobias Westcott 25'
Tobias Westcott 65'

South Sydney Rabbitohs 28

Tries
Tallis Angianga 8'
Tallis Angianga 17'
Lachlan Gale 28'
Jack Frasca 46'
Jaxson Paulo 61'

Goals
Lachlan Ilias 10'
Blake Taaffe 30'
Blake Taaffe 48'
Lachlan Ilias 62'
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South Sydney Rabbitohs 16 lead Canberra Raiders 6
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#JerseyFlegg FT: South Sydney Rabbitohs defeated Canberra Raiders 28-12. Scoring details: http://ow.ly/OsKC50uKDZM

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2019 Jersey Flegg Round 16: Canberra Raiders V Parramatta Eels

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Canberra Raiders V Parramatta Eels
Ringrose Park
Sunday 30 June 1:00pm

Canberra Raiders

1. Daine Spencer
2. Manase Kaho
3. Semi Valemei
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Jackson Stuart
6. Jarrett Subloo
7. Toby Westcott
8. Lazarus Vaalepu
9. Kyle Paterson
10. Tyson Hodge
11. Lachlan Lewis
12. Kai O'Donnell
13. Darby Medlyn

14. Gideon Afemui
15. Thomas Robertson
16. Duwanye Mariner
17. Jacob Sturt

Parramatta Eels

1. Michael Cheer
2. Solomone Naiduki
3. Sione Fonua
4. Tuimavave Afualo
5. Nabetelevu Turaganivalu
6. Joey Taipari
7. Bailey Biondi-Odo
8. James Porter
9. Kyle Schneider
10. Harry Duggan
11. Charbel Tasipale
12. Arron Shelford
13. Jesse Cronin

15. Etu Vinny Lui
16. PJ Vaigalu
17. Sam Hughes
18. Bruce Ward

19. Peni Tohi
20. Joe Small
21. Ethan Le Blanc
22. JP Nohra
23. Jayden Yates

Preview

The Canberra Raiders Jersey Flegg team is on the road yet again in Round 16, and head to Ringrose Park for a meeting with the Parramatta Eels. It is part of a two match program, with Mounties later meeting the Wentworthville Magpies.

Last week: The Raiders fell to the South Sydney Rabbitohs, 28-12, at Crestwood Oval on Sunday = their third straight defeat. Canberra had risen to as high as third place on the competition ladder, after recording their fourth consecutive win in Round 12 - but have now tumbled to eighth.

The Rabbitohs went to a 10-0 lead after "prop" Tallis Angianga - who is a regular centre and was a late inclusion in the starting side - scored a double. The Raiders hit back with a try to Lachlan Lewis - no not that Lachlan Lewis... he's 22 - in the 24th minute in his first match for the Raiders' Jersey Flegg outfit. That reduced the Rabbitohs' lead to four points, but a try to interchange player, Lachlan Gale five minutes later gave South Sydney a 16-6 lead at the break.

It was almost a quarter hour into the second half before further points were added. But when Rabbitohs winger Jake Frasca crossed in the 49th minute, it was going to be tough for the Raiders to come back. The match was put beyond doubt when centre Jaxson Paulo scored, stretching the South Sydney lead to 20 points. The Raiders scored a consolation try through Jarrett Subloo with five minutes remaining.

This week: The Raiders now meet the 11th placed Parramatta Eels - in what is shaping as a "must win" for the Green Machine. While Canberra is safely in the top eight, with the ninth placed Warriors three competition points adrift - the Raiders need to beat teams below them on the ladder if they're to remain safe.

The Eels lost to the Victoria Thunderbolts, 26-22, at McCredie Park at Guildford Leagues last Saturday. The Eels led 16-12, after conceding the opening two tries to the Thunderbolts inside the opening 10 minutes. But the Melbourne outfit piled on three tries in the second half. The Eels scored late, through five eighth Joseph Taipari, but it was too little too late. Parramatta's recent form has been up and down, but they have recent wins over the Rabbitohs (31-18) and Warriors (32-14).

Raiders now rank fifth in the league in attack - overtaken on the weekend by the Sharks and Rabbitohs - and seventh in defence. While they are falling down the rankings, the Raiders have a clearly better record than the Eels in both attack and defence.

Season record: Raiders 6 and 5, 1 draw (8th, +106)
Eels 4 and 8 (11th, -107)

Form: Raiders: WWLLL
Eels: LWLWL

Attacking record: Raiders 28, Eels 17 points scored per match
Defensive record: Raiders 19, Eels 26 points conceded per match

Raiders record away: 4 and 2
Eels record at home: 3 and 4

Raiders team changes: Lazarus Vaalepu comes in at prop for Charlie Rorke, with Jacob Sturt coming in for Vaalepu on the bench. Matthew Timoko and Darby Medlyn have been named for both Mounties and the Raiders' Under 20s, so late changes can be expected for this game, with NSW Cup duties to take precedence.

Our tip: The Raiders came close against the ladder leading Cronulla Sharks two weeks ago, but they will be wanting to halt their losing streak in this one. There are eight matches remaining in the season - and the Raiders are just three competition points adrift of the teams placed third to fifth (Knights, Panthers and Rabbitohs). So there are plenty of competition points still up for grabs and the Raiders are still in striking distance of the top four. But this is the sort of game the Raiders need to win if they're to stay in touch. They have the capability to win this one - and we'll tip them to do it.

Round 15 Jersey Flegg highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/06/2 ... p---rd-15/
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