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Goulburn Bulldogs 56 (Tries: S Cummins 4, M Cornish 2, J Aubusson, P Cooke, N Cornish, T Greenwood, I Tittor; Goals: C Hart 6) defeated Gungahlin Bulls 4 (A Petit try)

Queanbeyan Blues 34 (Tries: I Cotric 3, N Marshall, M Parsons, J Stuckey; Goals: T Campese 5) drew Tuggeranong Bushrangers 34

Woden Valley Rams 12 (Tries: J Desaxe, J Morgan; Goals: L Withers 2) defeated West Belconnen Warriors 8

Queanbeyan Kangaroos 22 (Tries: J Ayers, J Kiely, K Pagura, J Simbikien; Goals: L Ingram 3) defeated Belconnen United Sharks 21 (Tries: S Mataora 2, C McAskill; Goals: T Aroha-Tuinauvai 4; Field Goals: M Morris)
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Canberra Raiders Cup: Round 8 Wrap

The Goulburn Bulldogs produced a dominant display in Round 8 of the Canberra Raiders Cup, defeating the Gungahlin Bulls 56-4 at Gungahlin Enclosed. The Bulldogs piled on 11 tries in the match, the Bulls just one. Mitch Cornish was the mastermind for Goulburn, controlling the play brilliantly, while winger Steven Cummins scored four tries - three consecutively in the first half.



The Bulldogs started fast, with hooker James Aubusson barging his way over the line from dummy half, despite a solid wall of defenders in front of him. Just four minutes later, Mitch Cornish produced his first piece of brilliance, a great left step and a great break delivering another four pointer and a 10-0 lead for the visitors.

The Bulls fought back through a try to second rower Alex Petit in the 17th minute, after he followed a ricocheted kick. But that fight back was short lived. Winger Steven Cummins produced a hat trick of tries between the 21st and 35th minutes - with the left edge of Mitch Cornish, Chris Hart and Cummins on fire. The first two were scored out wide in identical fashion. The third was scored under the posts, after Cummins backed up on the inside, giving Hart an easy shot at the conversion - and producing a 20 point lead.

Just before half time, Mitch Cornish was at it again after the Bulldogs conventional backline move in the red zone didn't deliver. On the next play, Cornish tried the unconventional, with the five eighth stepping his way along the sideline, reaching out to score in the corner himself. The Bulldogs went to the break with an imposing 28-4 lead - but it could have been greater had Chris Hart not missed four conversion attempts.

The Bulls came out fired up after the break - and held the Bulldogs scoreless for almost 20 minutes. Gungahlin nearly scored themselves, after the Dogs could not handle a Jake Scholes kick to the in goal - and Scholes appeared to ground the loose ball. However, it was ruled that he had knocked on... and, unfortunately for Gungahlin, that was the end of the fight.

In the 58th minute, the Bulldogs extended their lead, with Mitch Cornish making a half break with more great stepping, then throwing a gem of a pass for his brother, Nick, who scored right beside the posts. Eight minutes later, it was the turn of the Bulldogs' right edge, when centre Dillon Rota produced a great run, setting up winger Pat Cooke for a try in the corner. With around 10 minutes remaining, Goulburn prop Tyson Greenwood went over the line from close range, and the Hart conversion from in front gave the Bulldogs a 40 point lead.

The Bulldogs posted 50 points when winger Steven Cummins went over in the corner for his fourth try - shortly after a Bulls player was binned for a professional foul - and Hart got the goal from the sideline. They iced the cake in the shadows of full time, with Mitch Cornish putting second rower Isiah Tittor over for an easy try.

In other matches, the Queanbeyan Blues and Tuggeranong Bushrangers fought out a 34 all draw at Seiffert Oval - while at O'Connor the Queanbeyan Kangaroos won by a point, 22-21, over the Belconnen United Sharks, after the Sharks led 20-0 at half time. At Phillip, the Woden Valley Rams edged out the West Belconnen Warriors 12-8.







The Bushrangers remain on top of the competition ladder, but the second placed Bulldogs and third placed Rams are now just one competition point adrift. The Blues hold onto fourth place.

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Results:

Goulburn Bulldogs 56 (Tries: S Cummins 4, M Cornish 2, J Aubusson, P Cooke, N Cornish, T Greenwood, I Tittor; Goals: C Hart 6) defeated Gungahlin Bulls 4 (A Petit try)

Queanbeyan Blues 34 (Tries: I Cotric 3, N Marshall, M Parsons, J Stuckey; Goals: T Campese 5) drew Tuggeranong Bushrangers 34

Woden Valley Rams 12 (Tries: J Desaxe, J Morgan; Goals: L Withers 2) defeated West Belconnen Warriors 8

Queanbeyan Kangaroos 22 (Tries: J Ayers, J Kiely, K Pagura, J Simbikien; Goals: L Ingram 3) defeated Belconnen United Sharks 21 (Tries: S Mataora 2, C McAskill; Goals: T Aroha-Tuinauvai 4; Field Goals: M Morris)

Round 9

Saturday 15th June
Tuggeranong Bushrangers V Queanbeyan Kangaroos, Greenway, 2:00pm
Gungahlin Bulls V Belconnen United Sharks, Gungahlin, 3:00pm
Queanbeyan Blues V Woden Valley Rams, Seiffert Oval, 3:00pm
West Belconnen Warriors V Yass Magpies, Walker Park, 3:00pm
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Cornish brothers orchestrate Goulburn Bulldogs win over Gungahlin Bulls

The Cornish brothers, Mitch and Nick, played a huge role in the Bulldogs 56-4 victory over Gungahlin Bulls scoring three tries between them and playing a part in just about every other try scored by the side.

"I'm a very lucky coach to have some of the player I have in my side," coach Adam Kyle said. "Players like Nicholas and Mitchell are outstanding players, but it's what they do off the ball rather than what they do with it is what I notice. Just controlling the play around the middle."

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McIntyre Medal leaderboard

Joshua MITCHELL Tuggeranong Bushrangers 10
Nicholas CORNISH Goulburn Workers Bulldogs 8
Mitchell CORNISH Goulburn Workers Bulldogs 8
Brent CRISP West Belconnen Warriors 7
Lincoln WITHERS Woden Valley Rams 6
Harrison VAN DARTEL Woden Valley Rams 6
Jake WHEELER Queanbeyan Blues 6

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2019 Canberra Raiders Cup: Round 9 Preview

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Round 9 of the Canberra Raiders Cup is headlined by two big clashes - with the ladder leading Bushrangers pitted against the Kangaroos, and the Blues facing the Rams in a battle between third and fourth on the ladder. All teams should be fresh after the general bye during the Queen's Birthday long weekend.

Tuggeranong Bushrangers V Queanbeyan Kangaroos

In the first match of the round, the ladder leading Tuggeranong Bushrangers host the Queanbeyan Kangaroos on Saturday at Greenway.

The Bushrangers had their hands full at Seiffert Oval in Round 8 against the Queanbeyan Blues. The Blues went to an 18-0 lead inside the first 10 minutes. At one stage in the second half, they took a 34-8 lead over the Bushies, with winger Ilija Cotric having scored a hat trick. However, Bushrangers got some momentum in the final 20 minutes and staged a huge come back. They trailed by just two points, until just before full time, when Blues captain-coach Terry Campese was penalised in front of the sticks for failing to take a line drop out quickly enough. Wezley Alexander kicked the ensuing penalty goal, to secure a 34 all draw.

The Kangaroos moved into fifth place on the competition after an incredible 22-21 win over the Belconnen United Sharks at O'Connor in Round 8. The Sharks started strongly, with former Raiders forward Sam Mataora bagging a double. They led 18-0 after 25 minutes and went to the half time break with a 20-0 advantage. However, the Kangaroos fought back in the second half, piling on four tries, levelling the match 20-20 with seven minutes remaining. A Matthew Morris field goal inside the final five minutes gave the Sharks a 21-20 lead. But the Roos made one final raid from deep in their own half - and the play ended with a penalty right in front, with the Sharks holding a player back. Lachie Ingram kicked the winning penalty goal right on full time.

The Kangaroos have the better attacking record so far this season - with the Kangaroos ranking third in the competition in attack, the Bushrangers fifth. But the Bushrangers are not leading the competition because of their attack. It is because of their defence. Until they conceded 34 points in their last outing, they were the competition's defensive benchmark - but that title is now held by the Woden Valley Rams. The Bushies are not far behind, however, conceding just four more points than Woden. The Kangaroos' defensive record is not too shabby either. They've conceded just two more points on average per match than the Bushrangers.

The Bushrangers have been the form team all season - but their only loss and draw have come in their past three games. The Kangaroos form line has been on an upward trend. They have lost two games in their past five matches, but both losses, to the Rams and the Warriors, were by a margin of only two points. It should be a very good contest, but we'll go with the ladder leaders at home.

Season record: Bushrangers 5 and 1, 1 draw (1st, +42)
Kangaroos 3 and 3, 1 draw (5th, +63)

Form: Bushrangers WWLWD
Kangaroos LWLWW

Attacking record: Bushrangers 27, Kangaroos 32 points scored per match
Defensive record: Bushrangers 21, Kangaroos 23 points conceded per match

Most recent meetings:
2018 Rd 8: Bushrangers 46 defeated Kangaroos 22 at Greenway
2018 Rd 17: Kangaroos 44 defeated Bushrangers 6 at Freebody Oval

Gungahlin Bulls V Belconnen United Sharks

The eighth placed Gungahlin Bulls host the seventh placed Belconnen United Sharks at Gungahlin Enclosed. Both of these teams have been "giant killers" this season, producing some big upsets against more fancied rivals.

Until Round 6, the Sharks had not won a match since 2017. But they had a breakthrough win over this year's cellar dwellers, the Yass Magpies. They followed that up with a second win in a row, a huge upset over the then fourth placed West Belconnen Warriors, 26-12 in a gripping contest. In Round 8, they led the Kangaroos for most of the match, and only suffered a one point loss at the death. It is great to see the Sharks playing some good football after such a long period in the doldrums.



The Bulls have also produced a couple of big recent upsets against the Woden Valley Rams and the Queanbeyan Blues, coincidentally winning by an identical, 24-22, scoreline. The Bulls' victories have come in the two games when young Canberra Raiders half Brendan O'Hagan was available - but they have not performed as well without him. In their last two matches they have been comprehensively defeated. They lost first to the Queanbeyan Kangaroos 52-10 at Freebody. And in their last outing, the Goulburn Bulldogs piled on 11 tries, with the Bulls scoring just one. Mitch Cornish was the mastermind of the 56-4 win for Goulburn, while Bulldogs winger Steven Cummins scored four tries - three consecutively in the first half.

This should be a hard fought game, but the most recent form of the two teams points to a victory on the road for the Sharks. If you can't get to the ground, thanks to the Bar TV Sports YouTube channel, you'll be able to watch a live stream of this match right here:



Season record: Bulls 2 and 5 (8th, -186)
Sharks 2 and 5 (7th, -71)

Form: Bulls WLWLL
Sharks LLWWL

Attacking record: Bulls 14, Sharks 19 points scored per match
Defensive record: Bulls 41, Sharks 29 points conceded per match

Most recent meetings:
2018 Rd 5: Bulls 26 defeated Sharks 16 at Gungahlin
2018 Rd 14: Bulls 54 defeated Sharks 18 at O'Connor

Queanbeyan Blues V Woden Valley Rams

The Queanbeyan Blues host the Woden Valley Rams at Seiffert Oval - in a battle between third and fourth on the ladder. The Blues have produced some patchy form in their most recent matches, losing to the Bulls and the Bulldogs, prior to a 34-34 draw against the Bushrangers. It was a match they had in their keeping, but conceded 26 points in the final 20 minutes. The Rams are on a three game winning streak, accounting for the Kangaroos and delivering the Bushrangers only defeat of the season - before 12-8 victory over the West Belconnen Warriors in Round 8.

The Rams now have the best defence in the competition, but only rank sixth in attack. The Blues are producing a lot of points, and their attacking record is second only to the Goulburn Bulldogs. But it is the Rams that are winning in the tight contests. Given the recent form line, we'll tip the Rams to win on the Blues' home turf.

Season record: Blues 3 and 3, 2 draws (4th, +92)
Rams 5 and 2 (3rd, +25)

Form: Blues WWLLD
Rams LLWWW

Attacking record: Blues 37, Rams 24 points scored per match
Defensive record: Blues 24, Rams 20 points conceded per match

Most recent meetings:
2018 Rd 5: Blues 22 defeated Rams 18 at Seiffert Oval
2018 Rd 14: Rams 46 defeated Blues 16 at Phillip

West Belconnen Warriors V Yass Magpies

Finally, the sixth placed West Belconnen Warriors travel to Walker Park, Yass for a meeting with the last placed Magpies. The Warriors were placed in the top four after Round 6, but losses to the Sharks and the Rams in the past two rounds see them two competition points adrift of the fourth placed Blues. The Magpies are on a four game losing streak and have won just one match all season - a 48-14 victory over the Gungahlin Bulls. The Warriors will be desperate to stay in touch with the top four - and should be too strong for Yass in this one.

Season record: Magpies 1 and 6 (9th, -143)
Warriors 3 and 4 (6th, +12)

Form: Magpies WLLLL
Warriors WLWLL

Attacking record: Magpies 17, Warriors 28 points scored per match
Defensive record: Magpies 38, Warriors 26 points conceded per match

Most recent meetings:
2018 Rd 7: Magpies 18 defeated Warriors 16 at Kippax
2018 Rd 16: Magpies 16 defeated Warriors 12 at Walker Park

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Canberra Raiders Cup Round 9

Saturday 15th June
Tuggeranong Bushrangers V Queanbeyan Kangaroos, Greenway, 2:00pm
Gungahlin Bulls V Belconnen United Sharks, Gungahlin, 3:00pm
Queanbeyan Blues V Woden Valley Rams, Seiffert Oval, 3:00pm
West Belconnen Warriors V Yass Magpies, Walker Park, 3:00pm
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Canberra Raiders Cup: Gungahlin Bulls use Old Boys day to raise money for Menslink

It is a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Gungahlin Bulls first Canberra Raiders Cup premiership. But also a celebration of the lives of old boys Paul de Dassel and Michael Thompson. They'll wear a replica jersey from their 1999 triumph then they play Belconnen United at Gungahlin on Saturday and then auction them off with proceeds going to Menslink to help young men.

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Canberra Raiders Cup

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Tuggeranong Bushrangers 28 defeated Queanbeyan Kangaroos 16, after the Bushrangers led 12-10 at half time.

Belconnen United Sharks 44 lead Gungahlin Bulls 28, after the Sharks led 32-6 at half time.

Full results:

Queanbeyan Blues 24 (Tries: J Wheeler 2, M Parsons, N Marshall, I Cotric; Goals: M Parsons, S Taholo) defeated Woden Valley Rams 16 (Tries: Vaetoe 2, L Ellis; Goals: L Withers)

Tuggeranong Bushrangers 28 (Tries: T Eldridge 2, C Massen, N Low, D Low, J Pollard, W Alexander) defeated Queanbeyan Kangaroos 16 (Tries: N Ngere 2, J Ulrick; Goals: L Ingram)

West Belconnen Warriors 30 (Tries: H Brown, B McFarlane, R McQueen, R Roberts, J Roberts; Goals: B Crisp 5) defeated Yass Magpies 12

Belconnen United Sharks 44 defeated Gungahlin Bulls 28
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Canberra Raiders Cup: Round 9 Wrap

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The Tuggeranong Bushrangers maintained their place at the top of the Canberra Raiders Cup ladder after a victory over the Queanbeyan Kangaroos at Greenway, while the Queanbeyan Blues moved into third after overcoming the Woden Valley Rams at Seiffert Oval.

The opening stages at Greenway probably belonged to the Kangaroos. But it took until the 15th minute before the first points were put on the board, with Kangaroos hooker James Ulrick crossing the line - after a good individual run from dummy half. The conversion from half Lachie Ingram gave the visitors a 6-0 lead.

The Bushrangers struck back in the 25th minute, with hooker Josh Mitchell sending the ball wide to winger Jayden Pollard. He looked certain to go out over the the touch line in the corner. But without looking, he flung the ball back inside, and five eighth Wez Alexander was on the spot to regather and score the try, unchallenged. Alexander was unable to convert from the sideline.

Just five minutes later, the Kangaroos extended their lead when second rower Nukurua Ngere charged over the white stripe out wide - giving the visitors a 10-4 advantage. But a few minutes later, Ngere found himself in the bad books, after he was ruled to have kicked at the ball in a Bushrangers ruck in the red zone - and was sent to the sin bin. The Bushies took advantage almost immediately, with Ngarima Low getting a four pointer. That reduced the Roos lead to two points... but another Low, Drury, gave the home team the lead with a try right on half time. The Bushrangers went to the break with a 12-10 lead.



Just two minutes into the second half, the Bushies were at it again, spreading the ball wide to winger Jayden Pollard, who scored in the corner. Tuggeranong failed to convert for a fourth time in the match - but by the time Ngere had returned to the field, the Bushrangers had a 16-10 lead. In the 54th minute, Ngere partially made up for his sin binning, with his second try of the afternoon - backing up after a break from fellow second rower Josh Ayres. The conversion from Lachie Ingram from in front of the posts levelled the match, 16-16.

But that was the end of the scoring for the Kangaroos. In the 59th minute, Wez Alexander sent Tristan Eldridge to the try line. Then two tries for the Bushrangers in the space of four minutes put the result beyond doubt. In the 68th minute, winger Connor Massen crossed in the corner, while Eldridge bagged his double shortly afterwards. The Bushrangers scored seven tries in all - the Kangaroos three - but, with Josh Mitchell not kicking, failed in all seven conversion attempts.

In other matches, the Queanbeyan Blues got themselves back on the winners list with a 24-16 win over the defending premiers, the Woden Valley Rams. This was a battle between third and fourth on the ladder, and the result saw the the Blues jump over the Rams into third place. Jake Wheeler scored a double for the Blues in the six tries to three victory.

At Kippax, the Yass Magpies were the first to score, but the new look West Belconnen Warriors took a 14-6 lead to the break - and in the end the Warriors ran out comfortable 30-12 winners. At Gungahlin, the Belconnen United Sharks produced a big first 40 minutes, and led 32-6 at half time. While the Bulls put in a stronger performance in the second half, the result was never really in doubt, with the visitors winning 44-28.









Canberra Raiders Cup Round 9

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Results:

Tuggeranong Bushrangers 28 (Tries: T Eldridge 2, C Massen, N Low, D Low, J Pollard, W Alexander) defeated Queanbeyan Kangaroos 16 (Tries: N Ngere 2, J Ulrick; Goals: L Ingram)

Queanbeyan Blues 24 (Tries: J Wheeler 2, M Parsons, N Marshall, I Cotric; Goals: M Parsons, S Taholo) defeated Woden Valley Rams 16 (Tries: K Vaetoe 2, L Ellis; Goals: L Withers)

West Belconnen Warriors 30 (Tries: H Brown, B McFarlane, R McQueen, R Roberts, J Roberts; Goals: B Crisp 5) defeated Yass Magpies 12 (Tries: W Peace, A Tupou; Goals: S Davis 2)

Belconnen United Sharks 44 (Tries: S Tupuola 2, T Aroha-Tuinauvai, M Butz, J Vejvoda, A Agnew, R Baker, C Rogers; Goals: T Aroha-Tuinauvai 3, M Mapiou 2, D Williams) defeated Gungahlin Bulls 28 (Tries: T Sherd, N Mead, S Lomax, I Vatanitawake, B Dunn; Goals: B Robinson 2, D Hately 2)

Round 10

Saturday 22nd June
Belconnen United Sharks V Queanbeyan Blues, O'Connor, 3:00pm
Queanbeyan Kangaroos V Goulburn Bulldogs, Freebody Oval, 3:00pm
Yass Magpies V Woden Valley Rams, Walker Park, 3:00pm
Sunday 23rd June
West Belconnen Warriors V Tuggeranong Bushrangers, Kippax, 3:00pm
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Big Dan is Kilian it for the Tuggeranong Bushrangers

Bushrangers coach Jarrad Teka credited Dan Kilian with turning the momentum in their 28-16 win over the Queanbeyan Kangaroos at Greenway on Saturday - in just his second game.

"[Kilian] was the one that was the turning point, when he came on today he got us back in the game. Just a bigger body taking a bit of gas out of their tank to tackle him," Teka said.

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