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Queanbeyan Blues withstand late fight back to seal victory

The Queanbeyan Blues have bounced back from their round one disappointment defeating the Bushrangers 32-20 at Seiffert Oval on Saturday afternoon. Captain-coach Terry Campese wound back the clock in his side’s 12-point victory putting on a spectacular performance which included two try assists and match clinching try in the 78th minute.

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2022/04 ... l-victory/

Campese proud of Queanbeyan Blues' youth after frantic finish against Tuggeranong

Man of the match Matthew Parsons set up Terry Campese to seal Queanbeyan's first win of the season with a try in the final two minutes against Tuggeranong on Saturday. Parsons was on fire at Seiffert Oval, with his leap for a Campese bomb helping the veteran five-eighth score under the uprights.

Read more: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14280

Canberra Raiders Cup Round 2 Wrap: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2022/04 ... nd-2-wrap/

Canberra Raiders Cup Round 2

Queanbeyan Blues 32 defeated Tuggeranong Bushrangers 20
Woden Valley Rams 40 defeated Yass Magpies 22
Goulburn City Bulldogs 48 defeated Gungahlin Bulls 16
Belconnen United Sharks 26 defeated Queanbeyan Kangaroos 10
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2022 Canberra Raiders Cup: Round 3 Preview

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Following a break for Easter, the Canberra Raiders Cup gets back underway this weekend. The action is headlined by the clash that most expected to see in last year's Grand Final - between the Gungahlin Bulls and Queanbeyan Blues. The round also features two local derbies - the Rams and Bushrangers in the southern derby and the Warriors and Shark in the Belconnen derby.

Woden Valley Rams V Tuggeranong Bushrangers

The Woden Valley Rams have been something of a surprise packet in the opening two rounds. They got an upset 16-6 win over the Blues in the season opener at home - and followed that up with a big, 40-22, victory over the Yass Magpies in Round 2 at Walker Park. The Rams led 22-6 at half time, but tries to second rower Benjamin Davis and fullback Kai Douven brought the Magpies right back into the game. Yass trailed by only four points at the 60 minute mark, but the Rams ran in three tries in the final 15 minutes. In the 65th minute, Woden fullback Nicholas Baldwin scored out on the wing. Second rower Sean Maloney added to the try tally five minutes later. Then, four tackles into the next set, Thomas Scrivener made a big break down the middle of the field, scoring under the posts. A second try to Davis close to full time was a consolation only for the Magpies.



In Round 3, the Rams host the "southern derby" when they take on the Tuggeranong Bushrangers. The Bushies had a first up, 40-6, win against the Queanbeyan Kangaroos, but couldn't back that up against the Blues at Seiffert in Round 2. So they are coming off a 32-20 defeat. The Bushrangers are certainly capable of getting a win in this match, but the Rams have the better form - and the home ground advantage. I'll tip the home team.

Team news: For the Rams, Thomas Scrivener takes over the No. 1 jersey, with Nicholas Baldwin switching to the wing. Michael Geiger is back at centre, partnering Gideon Afemui. Jackson McDonald will be starting halfback, while Kosta Posantizis comes in at dummy half, in place of Thomas Hicks. Joel Ambrose will start at lock. Bushrangers coach Jason Kelly will start Damien Hayden at fullback in place of Bailey Rogers. The experienced Michael Brophy comes back into the team at halfback. After a week in the Raiders' NSW Cup team, Zac Saddler is back with the Bushrangers at prop.

Season record: Rams 2 and 0 (2nd, +28)
Bushrangers 1 and 1 (3rd, +22)
Form: Rams DLWWW
Bushrangers WLLWL
Attacking record: Rams 28 points, Bushrangers 30 scored per match
Defensive record: Rams 14 points, Bushrangers 19 conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 15 Rams 28 defeated Bushrangers 22 at Greenway Oval

Gungahlin Bulls V Queanbeyan Blues

The Queanbeyan Blues returned home in Round 2 and got their first win of the season, defeating the Tuggeranong Bushrangers, 32-20. The Blues led 16-10, with most of the points the result of barge-overs from dummy half. One highlight was an angled run from new Bushrangers recruit Zac Saddler in the 25th minute, which saw him pierce through the defensive line and score under the posts. It is probably one thing which earned him a call up to the Raiders' NSW Cup side last weekend. But the best was held for the last minute of the first half, when Blues five eighth Terry Campese produced a brilliant cross field kick that was gathered in on the full by winger George Morseau. He ran 20 metres to score under the posts.

Ten minutes into the second half, Terry Campese was back at it, throwing a looping cut out pass to Morseu for another four points. A barge over try from Atunaisa Tupou gave Queanbeyan a 26-10 lead. But the Bushrangers were not finished. In the 63rd minute, a dropped ball gifted a try to Tuggeranong hooker Liam Oakley. And then with 10 minutes remaining, the Bushies spun the ball from one side of the field to the other. Centre Karlos Filiga was the beneficiary, who scored out wide. That narrowed the gap to just six points. Enter Terry Campese. Two minutes from full time he put up a kick to the Bushrangers' goal line - and Blues winger Matt Parsons was there, to regather and put the ball out the back for Campese and the winning try.



In Round 3, the Blues head to Gungahlin for a clash with the Bulls. Last year, as the season headed to its conclusion, the Bulls and Blues were streets ahead of the rest on the competition ladder. The Bulls were one premiership point ahead of the Blues after Round 15. Just when the two teams were about to face off in a "Grand Final preview", the pandemic forced the cancellation of the season. However, 2022 is a new year, and, with some changes in personnel, both of these teams still seem to be finding their way. The Bulls lost to the Warriors in Round 1, with West Belconnen staging a huge comeback to win 33-30 at the death. Then in Round 2, the Bulls went to Goulburn and suffered a 48-16 defeat. Given the form lines, I'm going to go with the Blues to win "on the road".

Team news: Former Bulls fullback Tristan Eldridge has been named on the wing for the Blues this week, with Matt Parsons taking back Queanbeyan's No. 1 jersey. Hooker Josh Mitchell will play his first game this year for the Blues, after a stint in NSW Cup with the Raiders. He replaces Charlie Woolford, who drops to the bench. For the Bulls, Isaac Walker - who was named at centre in Round 2 - will have the more familiar No. 7 on his back, with Richard Allan at centre. Sateki Fetuani replaces Matthew Richards at hooker, while Lucas Thomson returns in the second row.

Season record: Bulls 0 and 2 (8th, -35)
Blues 0 and 1 (5th, +2)
Form: Bulls DWWLL
Blues WWWLW
Attacking record: Bulls 23, Blues 19 points scored per match
Defensive record: Bulls 41, Blues 23 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 6 Bulls 40 defeated Blues 20 at Gungahlin Enclosed

Goulburn Bulldogs V Yass Magpies

The Goulburn Bulldogs lead the competition, with two impressive wins in the opening rounds. They shot out of the gates early against the Bulls in Round 2 - going to a 16 point lead after 15 minutes, courtesy of tries to prop Isaac Lanham and centres Dillon Rota and Max Flack. They didn't really look back after that. The Dogs led 26-6 at half time and went on to score a total of nine tries. Max Flack got a hat trick, while Dillon Rota and lock Angus Marshall scored doubles. The Yass Magpies travel up the Hume Highway on Sunday. With two good wins to their name in 2022 and the home ground advantage, it's impossible to go past the Bulldogs in this one.



Team news: Goal kicker Christopher Hart has been named at centre for the Bulldogs, with Max Flack shifting back to the wing. Thomas Croker has been included at five eighth, partnering Joshua Latham in the halves. Coach Tyson Greenwood will take over at starting prop, with Jacob Waters coming into the second row. For the Magpies, five eighth Dylan Perceval will join Josh Fattore in the halves. Benjamin Davis and Kyle Danilczak will shift up front, taking the starting prop roles.

Season record: Bulldogs 2 and 0 (1st, +56)
Magpies 0 and 1 (7th, -18)
Form: Bulldogs DLLWW
Magpies LLWLL
Attacking record: Bulldogs 43, Magpies 22 points scored per match
Defensive record: Bulldogs 15, Magpies 40 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 8 Bulldogs 34 defeated Magpies 18 at Walker Park

West Belconnen Warriors V Belconnen United Sharks

The Belconnen United Sharks got their first win of the season prior to Easter, beating the Queanbeyan Kangaroos, 26-10 at the old Raiders HQ at Bruce. Matthew Woolnough was strong for the Sharks, setting up the first try of the game with a kick for David Williams. He then scored the third United try himself, running wide. That saw the Sharks take a 14-0 lead to the break. Early in the second half, another Woolnough grubber set up a four pointer for fullback Darcy Leadbitter. A try and two assists wasn't a bad haul for the five eighth.



The West Belconnen Warriors produced a thrilling comeback win against the Bulls in the season opener, but had a bye in Round 2. They now host the Sharks in the Belconnen derby in Round 3 in a Sunday twilight match. This is a tough game to tip, given the limited form lines, but I'll stick with the home team.



Team news: Warriors co-coach Ryan McQueen turns back the clock and will appear for the first time this year - at fullback. Brandon Withers moves to the wing, while former Yass Magpies player Willie Peace will line up at centre. Manu Vanisi will start at prop. Co-coach Tim Sloman is not named in the top 17. Sharks coach Scott Logan has largely stuck with a winning team.

Season record: Warriors 1 and 0 (4th, +3)
Sharks 1 and 1 (6th, -8)
Form: Warriors WLWLW
Sharks WLLLW
Attacking record: Warriors 33, Sharks 20 points scored per match
Defensive record: Warriors 30, Sharks 24 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 9 Warriors 24 defeated Sharks 18 at Raiders Belconnen

The Greenhouse will again be going around the grounds to cover the Canberra Raiders Cup matches whenever we can this season. Watch for our coverage on @TheGHRaiders on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, while we also provide live scores on Twitter via @CanberraCup.

Round 3

Saturday 23 April
Woden Valley Rams V Tuggeranong Bushrangers, Phillip Oval, 3:00pm
Gungahlin Bulls V Queanbeyan Blues, Gungahlin Enclosed, 3:00pm
Sunday 24 April
Goulburn Bulldogs V Yass Magpies, Goulburn Arena, 3:00pm
West Belconnen Warriors V Belconnen United Sharks, Kippax, 5:00pm *
BYE Queanbeyan Kangaroos

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PODCAST: Rub of the green: West Belconnen Warriors half Bobby Roberts: https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=984808

VIDEO: West Belconnen Warriors half Bobby Roberts and Belconnen United Sharks second rower Sam Bramich: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2022/04 ... 3-preview/

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Bobby Roberts fired up for West Belconnen Warriors return

Bobby Roberts has always dreamed of becoming a firefighter. It's why he couldn't commit to football last year. And it's why he'll put work first if they come calling. But nonetheless Roberts is back in a West Belconnen Warriors jersey.

"The dream had always been to be a firey ... when the club hit me up to play again this year I told them work's my main priority and they're happy to work around that," Roberts said.

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Woden Valley Rams can't do it for club legend Peter Cox as Tuggeranong Bushrangers claim big win



The Rams went down 36-6 to the Tuggeranong Bushrangers at Phillip on Saturday, with a ceremony to celebrate "Coxy's" life held before the Canberra Raiders Cup game.

"Massive day. There's no disappointment in the loss because Pete's seen plenty of them here," Rams coach Billy Thomson said with a wry laugh. "But the effort's there and we tried to play. We didn't get the result we wanted, but it was honourable to have the crowd that we had here and the respect for Pete was very nice.

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Gungahlin Bulls 44 (Tries: Reilly, R Allan 2, Sherd, Delamere, Luke, Walsh 2; Goals: Thomson 6) defeated Queanbeyan Blues 16 (Tries: Morseu, Butler-Fleming; Goals: Mitchell 2)

Tuggeranong Bushrangers 36 (Tries: Pollard 3, Wesley-Tameifuna, Nanesa 2, Medlyn; Goals: Saddler 3, Oakley) defeated Woden Valley Rams 6 (Tries: McDonald; Goals: Desmet)
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Goulburn Bulldogs make it three from three, but lose winger Max Flack to season-ending injury against Yass Magpies



Goulburn Bulldogs continued their Canberra Raiders Cup reign with a 36-6 victory in 60 minutes, but a season-ending injury for winger Max Flack (dislocated, broken ankle) overshadowed the result. The referees called the game as the Bulldogs player was left in-situ on the field waiting for an ambulance.

"It was a bit of a bit of a shake-up for the team but he's a good kid, he will move forward from that. He will bounce back and he'll be twice the bloke," Goulburn captain-coach Tyson Greenwood said.

West Belconnen Warriors 52 (Tries: Withers, Thomas 2, Peace 3, Launders, Graham, Brown; Goals: Roberts 8) defeated Belconnen United Sharks 6 (Tries: Aroha-Tuinauvai; Goals: Beagley)

Goulburn Bulldogs 36 (Tries: Stephens, Cummins, Flack, Latham, Leapai 2, Marshall; Goals: Hart 3, Flack) defeated Yass Magpies 6 (Tries: Smith; Goals: Fattore)

Read more: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14239

Warriors dominate Sharks in the Belconnen derby: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2022/04 ... nen-derby/

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2022 Canberra Raiders Cup: Round 4 Preview

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The top four clash between the Goulburn Bulldogs and West Belconnen Warriors shapes as the match of the round this Saturday in the Canberra Raiders Cup. The free live stream match comes from Walker Park, where the Yass Magpies host the Gungahlin Bulls.

Yass Magpies V Gungahlin Bulls

The Yass Magpies suffered a 36-6 loss at Goulburn last weekend against the Bulldogs. The Magpies' only try came in the 57th minute of the match, when bench player Jason Davis went on a good run to the line. Unfortunately, the match was called off at that point, as Bulldogs winger Max Flack severely dislocated and broke his ankle in an attempted tackle. It left his foot pointing in a direction that feet should not point. Yass were repeatedly beaten on their left edge by the Bulldogs - and that has left the Magpies winless after their opening two matches.



The Gungahlin Bulls shocked the Queanbeyan Blues last Saturday, defeating the visitors 44-16. The Bulls had lost their opening two games and the Blues were clear favourites. The Queanbeyan outfit led 10-6 at the 20 minute mark, but it was almost all the Bulls from there. Gungahlin ran in four straight tries to lead 30-10 at half time. And while the Blues were first to score in the second half, when Josh MItchell put Bradley Terry over the line, the Bulls went on with the job. The Bulls scored eight tries in all, with centre Richard Allan and bench player Keith Walsh both getting doubles. Five eighth Tre Holten-Williams pulled the strings for Gungahlin, as he so often does. While the Magpies will be at home in Saturday's clash, the Bulls should be able to notch up back to back wins in this one.

Team news: Calab Edwards has been playing with the Raiders' SG Ball team in the halves, but now the junior representatives season is over, he's back with the Bulls at fullback. He replaces Kane Allan. Keith Walsh comes in at centre for Gungahlin in place of Richard Allan, while Kurt Perry will start on the wing. Todd Sherd drops to the bench. For the Magpies, Bayley Maher moves to fullback, while Kai Douven shifts to centre. Liam Grame joins Josh Fattore in the halves. Ryan Prins shifts from lock to hooker, replacing Jack Hartwig.

Season record: Magpies 0 and 2 (8th, +28)
Bulls 1 and 2 (5th, -7)
Form: Magpies LWLLL
Bulls WWLLW
Attacking record: Magpies 14 points, Bulls 30 scored per match
Defensive record: Magpies 38 points, Bulls 32 conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 4 Bulls 36 defeated Magpies 34 at Walker Park

West Belconnen Warriors V Goulburn Bulldogs

The Warriors and Bulldogs are the only undefeated teams after three rounds - and this clash at Kippax is very clearly the match of the round.

The Warriors broke the 50 point barrier in a 46 point defeat of the Sharks at home last Sunday evening. The Warriors led 18-0 at half time, before piling on 34 points in the second stanza. Centre Willie Peace got a hat trick in the 52-6 victory, while Peace's centre partner, Ryley Thomas posted a double. Nine tries to one sure is a decisive victory. The Bulldogs were perhaps even more dominant in their 30-6 win over the Magpies last weekend. Who knows what the score might have been, if the game hadn't been declared finished after 60 minutes - due to the season ending injury to Goulburn winger Max Flack. Star second rower Ron Leapai scored two of Goulburn's six tries.





The return of Bobby Roberts and Ryan McQueen to the Warriors - and the recruitment of Willie Peace from the Magpies - has clearly added to the strike power of the two blues. The Bulldogs have adjusted quickly to the loss of half Isaac Walker and second rower Jesse Martin to other clubs over the off season. They've had some players return, like goal kicking centre Chris Hart, while the recruitment of Leapai has added another dimension to the team's attack. Goulburn will no doubt miss the speed of Max Flack for the rest of 2022. But they still have some strike of their own. This match will tell us a lot about where these teams are headed. The difference might prove to be the defence, with the Bulldogs conceding only 12 points per game so far. I'll tip the Dogs in this one.



Team news: For the Warriors, Beau McFarlane replaces Kayne Laundess on the wing, while lock Naseri Naseri has not been named. Bulldogs winger Max Flack has been replaced by Laberato Tauoqooqo, while Jyi Little comes in at centre for Chris Hart. Bulldogs coach Tyson Greenwood moves back to the second row, with Mitchell Atkinson to start at prop. Raiders junior Jack Bishop has been included on the Goulburn bench.

Season record: Warriors 2 and 0 (3rd, +49)
Bulldogs 3 and 0 (1st, +86)
Form: Warriors LWLWW
Bulldogs LLWWW
Attacking record: Warriors 43, Bulldogs 41 points scored per match
Defensive record: Warriors 18, Bulldogs 12 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 10 Warriors 18 defeated Bulldogs 10 at Kippax

Tuggeranong Bushrangers V Belconnen United Sharks

The Tuggeranong Bushrangers bounced back last weekend, after a 12 point defeat to the Queanbeyan Blues in Round 2. They produced a 36-6 win over the Woden Valley Rams in the southern derby last Saturday. The win was not a complete surprise, but the dimensions of the win was unexpected - after the Rams had opened the season with two victories. The Bushrangers scored five unanswered tries in the second half. Winger Jayden Pollard produced a hat trick - with his third try coming as a result of an intercept after the siren. The Sharks probably had a game they'd prefer to forget last weekend - after being reduced to 12 men for the second half. They scored just one try in a 46 point defeat at the hands of the Warriors - through five eighth Tevita Aroha-Tuinauvai in the 55th minute. I expect the Bushies at home will be too strong for the Sharks this Saturday.





Team news: Experienced half Michael Brophy is out for the Bushrangers. He's replaced by hooker Liam Oakley, with Joshua Eppelstun named in the No. 9 jersey. Jack Davison replaces Seketoa Wesley Tameifuna on the wing. Steven Dunn will start at prop with Daniel Hickson dropping to the bench. Jack Grant replaces Patrick Birch in the second row. For the Sharks, Raiders SG Ball players Regan Carr and Jacob Piper come into the backline, at wing and centre, respectively. Paakofi Amponn-Nyamekye has been promoted from the bench to the other wing. Zachary Singh will start at prop.

Season record: Bushrangers 2 and 1 (2nd, +52)
Sharks 1 and 2 (7th, -54)
Form: Bushrangers LLWLW
Sharks LLLWL
Attacking record: Bushrangers 32, Sharks 15 points scored per match
Defensive record: Bushrangers 15, Sharks 33 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 12 Bushrangers 32 defeated Sharks 22 at Greenway

Queanbeyan Kangaroos V Woden Valley Rams

The Queanbeyan Kangaroos have struggled in their opening two games, scoring an average of eight points, while conceding 33. They host the Rams this weekend at Freebody Oval and will be hoping they can put a good performance together for the home fans. Woden upset the Blues in Round 1 and backed that up with a big win over Yass in Round 2. And while they were the first to cross against the Bushrangers last weekend - courtesy of a try to half Jackson McDonald in the seventh minute - Tuggeranong went on to score 36 unanswered points. The Roos are always hard to beat at Freebody - and with rain forecast for Saturday, the conditions might bring these sides closer together. I'll have to tip the team with the form on the board, however. Rams to win.

Team news: Kangaroos hooker Lachlan Ingram moves from hooker to half back, replaceing Robert Sheffield. Thomas Warner takes over at dummy half. Kaine Pagura is out, with Aiden Agnew moving from wing to fullback. Former Raider Reece Robinson returns to the Roos at centre. Jesse Dent shifts to lock, with Jonathan Ireome Mose joining Michael Cullen in the second row. Deakin Vellis and Connor Griffiths are the new wingers for the Rams, while Scott Swanson comes in for Jesse Martin in the second row.

Season record: Kangaroos 0 and 2 (9th, +50)
Rams 2 and 1 (4th, -2)
Form: Kangaroos LWWLL
Rams LWWWL
Attacking record: Kangaroos 8, Rams 21 points scored per match
Defensive record: Kangaroos 33, Rams 21 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 14 Kangaroos 52 defeated Rams 20 at Freebody Oval

The Greenhouse will again be going around the grounds to cover the Canberra Raiders Cup matches whenever we can this season. Watch for our coverage on @TheGHRaiders on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, while we also provide live scores on Twitter via @CanberraCup.

Round 4

Saturday 30 April
Yass Magpies V Gungahlin Bulls, Walker Park, 3:00pm *
West Belconnen Warriors V Goulburn Bulldogs, Kippax, 3:00pm
Tuggeranong Bushrangers V Belconnen United Sharks, Greenway Oval, 3:00pm
Queanbeyan Kangaroos V Woden Valley Rams, Freebody Oval, 3:00pm
BYE Queanbeyan Blues

* Free live stream match

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Canberra Raiders Cup Round 2 McIntyre Medal points

Woden Valley Rams v Tuggeranong Bushrangers
3 - Zac Saddler (Bushrangers)
2 - Liam Oakley (Bushrangers)
1 - Jack Heyman (Bushrangers)

Gungahlin Bulls v Queanbeyan Blues
3 - Sateki Fetuani (Bulls)
2 - Jason Brown (Bulls)
1 - Jake Butler-Fleming (Blues)

Goulburn Bulldogs v Yass Magpies
3 - Angus Marshall (Bulldogs)
2 - Dillon Rota (Bulldogs)
1 - Jack Hartwig (Magpies)

West Belconnen Warriors v Belconnen United Sharks
3- Robert Roberts (Warriors)
2 - Bayley Graham (Warriors)
1 - Matthew Woolnough (Sharks)

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Canberra Raiders' NRLW team would boost Katrina Fanning Shield



Katrina Fanning Shield player Elly Hazelton says two years of pandemic has meant is was hard to recruit new players for the Goulburn Bulldogs, but she was hopeful a pathway to a new Raiders NRLW team would change that.

"I think that would be such a great thing for our region," she said. "It seems to always be country championships and stuff around here, but then as far that there's no real pathway for us girls to progress on - unless we're playing in Sydney - it's sort of hard to get recognised.

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MATCH REPORT: Magpies record first win of the season over the Bulls

The Yass Magpies have recorded their first win of the season with a 34-16 victory over the Gungahlin Bulls at Walker Park on Saturday afternoon.

Following a tight, competitive contest in the first half, Yass ran away with the win late in the second 40 minutes through a stunning performance from halfback Joshua Fattore who scored two tries in the round four clash.

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2022/04 ... the-bulls/

Yass Magpies 34 (Tries: Pothan, Fettore 2, S Davis, Denilzak; Goals: S Davis 5) defeated Gungahlin Bulls 16 (Tries: Pehara 2, Perry; Goals: Thomson 2)

West Belconnen Warriors 37 (Tries: Mcqueen, Thomas, Roberts, Middleton, Roughley; Goals: Roberts 6; FG: Roberts) defeated Goulburn Bulldogs 30 (Tries: Cummins, Croker, Atkinson, Lanham, Leapai, Marshall; Goals: Rota 3)

Tuggeranong Bushrangers 52 (Tries: Pollard 2, Davison 3, Saddler, Eppelstun, Grant, Nanesa, Medlyn; Goals: Oakley, Saddler 5) defeated Belconnen United Sharks 16 (Tries: Leadbitter, Amponn-Nyamekye, Aroha-Tuinauvai ;Goals: Carr, Woolnough)

Woden Valley Rams 34 d Queanbeyan Kangaroos 18

Woden Valley beat Tuggeranong Bushrangers in Katrina Fanning Shield season opener: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14237

Canberra Raiders Cup Round 4 Wrap: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2022/05 ... nd-4-wrap/
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2022 Canberra Raiders Cup: Round 5 Preview

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The top four clash between the West Belconnen Warriors and Woden Valley Rams shapes as the match of the round this Saturday in the Canberra Raiders Cup. The free live stream match is the Queanbeyan derby, with the Blues hosting the Kangaroos at Seiffert Oval.

Yass Magpies V Tuggeranong Bushrangers

The Yass Magpies produced an upset win over the Gungahlin Bulls last weekend - defeating last year's minor premiers, 34-16, at Walker Park. It was their first win of the year. The Bulls were the first to score in the 17th minute, with half Isaac Walker throwing a huge cut out pass to winger Earldric Pehara - who found himself in wide open spaces. The home team hit back in the 25th minute, after Yass half switched the attack to the right edge, and winger Ayden Pothan crashed over out wide. The teams went to the break with the score locked at six all.

Six minutes into the second half, the Bulls took the lead after Tre Holten-Williams sent the ball wide, with Pehara getting himself a double. In the 55th minute, a great grubber from five eighth Liam Grame could not be defused by Pehara in goal - and Grame pounced on the ball for four points. The Shaun Davis conversion gave the Magpies a 12-10 lead. But it was quickly sacrificed three minutes later, when the Magpies charged down a kick - and the ball ended in the hands of Gungahlin Bulls winger Kurt Perry - and he streaked away for a try. The Bulls led 16-12 at the 60 minute mark. But it was all the Magpies from there. Half Josh Fattore got a double, while Shaun Davis and Kyle Danilczak also crashed over for tries.



The Magpies will be hoping for another upset when they host the Tuggeranong Bushrangers on Saturday at Walker Park. A huge 52-16 win over the Belconnen United Sharks at Greenway last weekend saw the Tuggeranong Bushrangers take over the competition lead. The home team scored a total of 10 tries, with winger Jack Davison getting a hat trick, and fellow winger Jayden Pollard scoring a double. The Bushies led 26-8 at half time and were in control from the start.



The Bushrangers rank second in the competition in attack, just behind the Goulburn Bulldogs. But they clearly have the best defence, so far conceding an average of just 15 points per game. That's the sort of defensive record most NRL teams would love to have. I'll go with the numbers in this one. Bushrangers to win away from home.



Season record: Magpies 1 and 2 (7th, -32)
Bushrangers 3 and 1 (1st, +88)
Form: Magpies WLLLW
Bushrangers LWLWW
Attacking record: Magpies 20 points, Bushrangers 37 scored per match
Defensive record: Magpies 31 points, Bushrangers 15 conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 14 Magpies 32 defeated Bushrangers 10 at Greenway Oval

Woden Valley Rams V West Belconnen Warriors

The Woden Valley Rams have had a good start to the 2022 season - and after the opening four rounds, they find themselves sitting in the top four. They suffered a big loss to the Bushrangers in Round 3, but bounced back last week against the Queanbeyan Kangaroos at Freebody. The Roos led 18-12 at half time, but Woden scored four straight tries in the opening 15 minutes of the second half. Rams winger Connor Griffiths got a double. The Blues made a late comeback, with tries to winger Thomas Williams and hooker Thomas Warner in the last 10 minutes, but by then it was too late.



This week, the Rams host the West Belconnen Warriors - the only undefeated team left in the 2022 Cup. The Warriors knocked off the Goulburn Bulldogs in Round 4 at Kippax. The Warriors led 24-10 at half time, with Bulldogs second rower Ron Leapai chasing a grubber after the hooter to score and keep Goulburn in touch. A try to bench prop Kirren Roughley in the 51st minute saw the home team go to a 30-10 lead. But then two quick tries to the Bulldogs saw them draw within 10 points at the 60 minute mark.



In the 67th minute, a cross field kick from West Belconnen half Bobby Roberts came up trumps, with centre Ryley Thomas chasing. The Thomas try saw the Warriors take a 16 point lead. But the Bulldogs were not done. Goulburn five eighth Thomas Croker crossed in the 72nd minute, while prop Mitchell Atkinson bumped and swiveled his way over for a try three minutes later. That closed the gap to just six points. But with a minute or so left, Bobby Roberts sealed it for the Warriors with a 30 metre field goal. The return of Roberts and fullback Ryan McQueen - who ended with a double - has really added something to the Warriors this year. While they'll be playing away this week, I think they might be too strong for the Rams.

Season record: Rams 3 and 1 (4th, +4)
Warriors 3 and 0 (3rd, +56)
Form: Rams WWWLW
Warriors WLWWW
Attacking record: Rams 24, Warriors 41 scored per match
Defensive record: Rams 23, Warriors 22 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 4 Warriors 30 defeated Rams 12 at Kippax

Queanbeyan Blues V Queanbeyan Kangaroos

The Queanbeyan derby is a traditional blockbuster, between two traditional powerhouse teams. But in 2022, the Blues have won just one game so far, while the Kangaroos are winless. The Blues beat the current competition leaders, the Bushrangers, in Round 2. But they were upset by the Rams in their season opener and spanked by the Bulls in Round 3 - losing 44-16 at Gungahlin. They come into this game off the bye.

The Kangaroos lost big time to the Bushrangers in Round 1 (40-6), with the Sharks producing something of an upset the following week. The men in maroon probably came as close to a win last weekend - against the Rams - as they have all year. The Kangaroos did well in 2021 with a young halves combination - Thomas Casey and Sione Vuki - but this year they are with the Raiders' Flegg team. The Roos seem to be struggling to adjust without them.



The Kangaroos have the worst attacking record in the competition, the Blues the third worst. The defensive records are a little better, but not a lot. The Kangaroos are a chance in this one, but the Blues are in slightly better form. They also have hooker Josh Mitchell back, after he spent some time playing with the Raiders in NSW Cup. I'll tip the Blues at home.



Season record: Blues 1 and 2 (6th, -26)
Kangaroos 0 and 3 (9th, -56)
Form: Blues WWLWL
Kangaroos WWLLL
Attacking record: Blues 18, Kangaroos 15 points scored per match
Defensive record: Blues 27, Kangaroos 33 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 12 Blues 44 defeated Kangaroos 12 at Freebody Oval

Belconnen United Sharks V Gungahlin Bulls

This is another match up between two last start losers. The Sharks suffered a big loss to the Bushies last week, while the Bulls were upset by the Magpies. The Sharks have just one win to their name - the Round 2 victory over the Kangaroos (26-10). In the last two weeks they've conceded 52 points to the Warriors and Bushrangers. They now have the worst defensive record in the league.

The Bulls were minor premiers last year, but are not quite the same team in 2022. They've been inconsistent. They've had one win (44-16), against the Blues in Round 3. They also lost by just three points to the Warriors in their season opener. But they've also lost by a big margin to the Bulldogs (48-16) - and were upset by the Magpies last week. Even though this week's clash is on the Sharks' home territory, the numbers point to a Bulls victory in this game. Gungahlin has a better attacking and defensive record.

Season record: Sharks 1 and 3 (8th, -90)
Bulls 1 and 3 (5th, -23)
Form: Sharks LLWLL
Bulls WLLWL
Attacking record: Sharks 16, Bulls 27 points scored per match
Defensive record: Sharks 38, Bulls 32 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 15 Bulls 28 defeated Sharks 14 at Gungahlin Enclosed

The Greenhouse will again be going around the grounds to cover the Canberra Raiders Cup matches whenever we can this season. Watch for our coverage on @TheGHRaiders on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, while we also provide live scores on Twitter via @CanberraCup.

Round 5

Saturday 7 May
Yass Magpies V Tuggeranong Bushrangers, Walker Park, 3:00pm
Woden Valley Rams V West Belconnen Warriors, Phillip Oval, 3:00pm
Queanbeyan Blues V Queanbeyan Kangaroos, Seiffert Oval, 3:00pm*
Belconnen United Sharks V Gungahlin Bulls, NSWRL HQ Bruce, 3:00pm
BYE Goulburn Bulldogs

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Canberra Raiders Cup
Round 5

FULL TIME

Queanbeyan Kangaroos 64 defeated Queanbeyan Kangaroos 10
West Belconnen Warriors 34 defeated Woden Valley Rams 20
Belconnen United Sharks 30 defeated Gungahlin Bulls 28
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Blues destroy Roos in Queanbeyan derby

Not one, but two Queanbeyan Blues hat-tricks in their 64-10 walloping of the Queanbeyan Kangaroos in the derby at Seiffert Oval on Saturday. Jake Butler-Fleming and Ropata Doherty will have to fight over the match ball as they both scored three tries in a dominant display.

"I don't get over the line very often, so it was nice to score some, but it was all about the team today," Butler-Fleming said. "Our halves were great, but it was a whole team effort.

Read more: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14237

Blues boil-over win in the classic Queanbeyan Derby: https://thegh.com.au/forum/viewtopic.ph ... 8#p1864918

MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: https://www.bartvsports.com.au/competit ... minigames/

Queanbeyan Blues 64 defeated Queanbeyan Kangaroos 10
West Belconnen Warriors 36 defeated Woden Valley Rams 20
Belconnen United Sharks 30 defeated Gungahlin Bulls 28
Tuggeranong Bushrangers 30 defeated Yass Magpies 10
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Canberra region representative sides to face Newcastle

The Canberra Raiders Cup representative side will take on the Newcastle Rebels this Saturday 14 May in an exhibition match at NSWRL HQ, Bruce. The under 20's will meet at 12pm and the open men at 1:30pm.

Canberra Under 20's

1. Darcy Leadbitter - Belconnen United Sharks
2. Kai Douvan - Yass Magpies
3. Connor Bush - Woden Valley Rams
4. Regan Carr - Belconnen United Sharks
5. Thomas Scrivener - Woden Valley Rams
6. Calab Edwards - Gungahlin Bulls
7. Joshua Latham - Goulburn City Bulldogs
8. Jordan Eti - Gungahlin Bulls
9. Cody Mccallum - Goulburn City Bulldogs
10. Max Miller - Queanbeyan Blues
11. Arthur Brown - West Belconnen Warriors
12. Jacob Piper- Belconnen United Sharks
13. Jordan Wilson - Belconnen United Sharks

14. Zane Thomson - Woden Valley Rams
15. Pat Hubbard - Gungahlin Bulls
16. George Wood - Belconnen United Sharks
17. Jyi Little - Goulburn City Bulldogs

Coach- Jarred Teka

Canberra Open Men's

1. Matthew Parsons - Queanbeyan Blues
2. Jayden Pollard - Tuggeranong Bushrangers
3. Ryley Thomas - West Belconnen Warriors
4. Gideon Afemui - Woden Valley Rams
5. Michael Geiger - Woden Valley Rams
6. Ryan McQueen - West Belconnen Warriors
7. Mathew Woolnough - Belconnen United Sharks
8. Romann Leota - Queanbeyan Blues
9. Josh Mitchell - Queanbeyan Blues
10. Atu Tupou - Queanbeyan Blues
11. Jesse Martin - Woden Valley Rams
12. Josh Baker - Queanbeyan Blues
13. Jesse Dent - Woden Valley Rams

14. Angus Marshall - Goulburn City Bulldogs
15. Noa Vanisi - West Belconnen Warriors
16. Thomas Watego - Gungahlin Bulls
17. Sean Maloney - Woden Valley Rams

Coach - Jordan Macey

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2022/05 ... newcastle/

Settling the score with Newcastle Rebels: Canberra's big league weekend with Magic Round: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14239

Canberra Raiders Cup representatives selected for NSW Country

The NSW Country side will line-up with a number of Monaro Colts representatives in their exhibition match against NSW City at 2pm this Sunday 15 May at Leichardt Oval.

Ron Leapai (Goulburn City Bulldogs)
Darby Medlyn (Tuggeranong Bushrangers)
Zac Saddler (Tuggeranong Bushrangers)
Bradley Prior (Woden Valley Rams)
Dillon Rota (Goulburn City Bulldogs)

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Canberra Raiders Cup representative sides fall to Newcastle Rebels in Bruce

The Canberra Raiders Cup's two representative sides - the under 20s and open - both fell to the sword of the Newcastle Rebels on Saturday.

"They boys were awesome," Canberra coach Jordan Macey said."It's obviously not the result we wanted, but I thought the effort from all of them was outstanding. The forwards, overall, were outstanding. They all had a really good game and just kept showing up."

Read more: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14237

Newcastle Rebels 28 defeated Canberra 16
Under 20s: Newcastle Rebels 26 defeated Canberra 6

Men's Country complete clean sweep in thrilling contest: Country have defeated City 36-34 in a see-sawing clash at Leichhardt Oval://www.raiders.com.au/news/2022/05/17/mens ... g-contest/
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Round 6 of the Canberra Raiders Cup is headlined by the top of the table clash between the Tuggeranong Bushrangers and West Belconnen Warriors on Saturday at Greenway. The live stream match is the top four contest between the Goulburn Bulldogs and Woden Valley Rams.

Tuggeranong Bushrangers V West Belconnen Warriors

The Bushrangers and Warriors sit on top of the competition ladder - level on competition points and split only by points differential. The first placed Bushrangers are on a three game winning streak, having recently beaten the Rams (36-6), Sharks (52-16) and Magpies (30-10). The Warriors are the only undefeated team left in the competition, having accounted for the Bulls, Sharks, Bulldogs and Rams.



The Warriors have the best attack in the league - just ahead of the the Bushies on a per game basis. Warriors halfback, Bobby Roberts, is sitting on top of the McIntyre medal count after the opening five rounds - and he's a key reason for that. However, the Bushrangers have a decided advantage in defence - having conceded an average of just 14 points per game. There's been no better defensive outfit in the competition over the opening five rounds. Most NRL teams would be happy with those sorts of numbers. This should be a cracking contest and it is tough to predict a winner. It is probably only the home ground advantage that tips this in favour of the Bushrangers. And that defence.



Season record: Bushrangers 4 and 1 (1st, +108)
Warriors 4 and 0 (2nd, +72)
Form: Bushrangers WLWWW
Warriors WBWWW
Attacking record: Bushrangers 36, Warriors 40 points scored per match
Defensive record: Bushrangers 14, Warriors 22 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 8 Bushrangers 22 defeated Warriors 22 at Kippax

Queanbeyan Kangaroos V Yass Magpies

The two teams at the foot of the ladder meet in this contest. The Magpies have struggled in recent years, but that is very unfamiliar territory for the Kangaroos. The Roos are coming off a 64-10 thrashing at the hands of the Blues in the Queanbeyan derby at Seiffert Oval in Round 5. They are the only team that is yet to record a win - though they came close against the Rams in Round 4. In that match, the Roos led a half time, but were defeated by six points in the end. The Magpies lost to the ladder leading Bushrangers in their last outing. Their one win has come against the Bulls, at home in Round 4. It was a decent win, too, against last year's minor premiers, 32-16.

The attacking and defensive records of these two teams indicate that the Magpies are the stronger of the two teams. But Freebody is a tough place to play for any away team - particularly on a cold winter's day. And that makes this another flip of the coin. I'll go with the home team to get a breakthrough in this one.

Season record: Kangaroos 0 and 4 (9th, -110)
Magpies 1 and 3 (8th, -52)
Form: Kangaroos LLBLL
Magpies BLLWL
Attacking record: Kangaroos 14 points, Magpies 18 points scored per match
Defensive record: Kangaroos 41 points, Magpies 31 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 9 Kangaroos 46 defeated Magpies 16 at Freebody Oval

Goulburn Bulldogs V Woden Valley Rams

This is a battle between third (Bulldogs) and fourth (Rams) on the ladder. The Bulldogs opened the season with three straight victories over the Sharks, Bulls and Magpies. But they are coming off a seven point loss to the Warriors at Kippax in their last match - nearly three weeks ago. They had the bye in Round 5. The Rams also fell victim to the Warriors in their last outing - suffering a 36-20 loss at Phillip Oval. The Rams have been a bit of a surprise packet so far this year. They set the tone in the season opener, upsetting the Blues at Phillip. They've also had wins over the Magpies and Kangaroos - but both of those teams are at the bottom of the ladder. The Bulldogs to win this one at home.

Season record: Bulldogs 3 and 1 (3rd, +79)
Rams 3 and 2 (4th, -12)
Form: Bulldogs WWWLB
Rams WWLWL
Attacking record: Bulldogs 38 points, Rams 23 scored per match
Defensive record: Bulldogs 18 points, Rams 26 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 11 Bulldogs 28 drew Rams 28 at Goulburn Arena

Belconnen United Sharks V Queanbeyan Blues

The Sharks and Blues are both last start winners. The Sharks conceded 52 points in each of their recent losses to the Warriors and Bushrangers, But they bounced back in their last match, beating the Bulls by two points at home in Round 5 (30-28).



The Blues won big time in the Queanbeyan derby two weeks ago, producing their best win of the season against cross town rivals, the Roos. Terry Campese might be close to the end of his playing days, but he certainly still knows how to steer his football team around the park. He was outstanding. I'll tip the Blues to win this match, and win well.





Season record: Sharks 2 and 3 (6th, -88)
Blues 2 and 2 (5th, +28)
Form: Sharks LWLLW
Blues LWLBW
Attacking record: Sharks 18, Blues 30 points scored per match
Defensive record: Sharks 36, Blues 23 points conceded per match
Last meeting: 2021 Round 10 Blues 30 defeated Sharks 24 at NSWRL HQ Bruce

The Greenhouse will again be going around the grounds to cover the Canberra Raiders Cup matches whenever we can this season. Watch for our coverage on @TheGHRaiders on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, while we also provide live scores on Twitter via @CanberraCup.

Round 6

Saturday 21 May
Tuggeranong Bushrangers V West Belconnen Warriors, Greenway Oval, 3:00pm
Queanbeyan Kangaroos V Yass Magpies, Freebody Oval, 3:00pm
Goulburn Bulldogs V Woden Valley Rams, Goulburn Arena, 3:00pm *
Belconnen United Sharks V Queanbeyan Blues, NSWRL HQ Bruce, 3:00pm
BYE Gungahlin Bulls

* Free live stream match, click the links for live streams.

Don't forget, you can watch every match in every grade of the Canberra Raiders Cup with a subscription to Bar TV Sports: Click here

Team lists: Click here.

PODCAST: Rub of the green: Rams captain Steven Ferry and Bulldogs captain-coach Tyson Greenwood: Click here

Round 5 McIntyre Medal votes

Yass Magpies v Tuggeranong Bushrangers
3 - Liam Oakley (Tuggeranong Bushrangers)
2 - Brigham Moeakiola (Tuggeranong Bushrangers)
1 - Joshua Fattore (Yass Magpies)

Woden Valley Rams v West Belconnen Warriors
3 - Robert Roberts (West Belconnen Warriors)
2 - Daniel Desmet (Woden Valley Rams)
1 - Kirren Roughley (West Belconnen Warriors)

Queanbeyan Blues v Queanbeyan Kangaroos
3 - Terry Campese (Queanbeyan Blues)
2 - Brent Lamb (Queanbeyan Blues)
1 - Jake Butler-Fleming (Queanbeyan Blues)

Belconnen United Sharks v Gungahlin Bulls
3 - Shaun Fensom (Belconnen United Sharks)
2 - Lucas Thomson (Gungahlin Bulls)
1 - Matthew Woolnough (Belconnen United Sharks)

McIntyre Medal leader board

12 - Robert Roberts (West Belconnen Warriors)
9 - Liam Oakley (Tuggeranong Bushrangers)
8 - Zac Saddler (Tuggeranong Bushrangers)
8 - Daniel Desmet (Woden Valley Rams)
8 - Terry Campese (Queanbeyan Blues)

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Canberra Raiders Cup Round 6

Tuggeranong Bushrangers 26 drew West Belconnen Warriors 26
Woden Valley Rams 34 defeated Goulburn Bulldogs 16
Queanbeyan Blues 42 defeated Belconnen United Sharks 16
Queanbeyan Kangaroos 20 defeated Yass Magpies 12

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