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2017 Holden Cup: Rd 8 V Sea Eagles

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Canberra Raiders V Manly Sea Eagles
Friday 21 April 3:45pm
Canberra Stadium
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Canberra Raiders

1. Jayden Carroll
2. Cody Hodge
3. Sebastian Kris
4. Andre Niko
5. Mikaele Ravalawa
6. Logan Spaander
7. Lachlan Cooper
8. Emre Guler
9. Zac Patch
10. Zac Masters
11. Jack Murchie
12. Kalani Going (C)
13. Hudson Young

14. Jarred Tuite
15. Kye Madden
16. William Samuel
17. Fabien Paletua-Kiri

18. Sato Ketia-Opo
19. Matthew Scott
20. Kitione Vikash
21. Connor Brebner
22. Derek Hay
23. Sione Afemui

Manly Sea Eagles

1. Luke Polselli
2. Bilal Maarbani
3. Brad Parker
4. Marvin Curry
5. Alfred Smalley
6. Tom Wright
7. Kurtis Preece
8. Jaiden Tarrant
9. Manase Fainu
10. Taniela Paseka
11. Haumole Olakau’atu
12. Josh Martin
13. Jesse Martin (C)

14. Trey Brown
15. Elia Faatui
16. John Tuivati
17. Blake Andrews

18. Cameron Davis
19. Eddie Ieremia
20. Jade Anderson
21. Cade Cust
22. Kane McQuiggin
23. Amoni Tufui

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Holden Cup Round 8 preview: Raiders v Sea Eagles

Round 8 kicks off with a battle between two teams separated by for and against after respective 3-4 starts to the Holden Cup season.

The Raiders scrapped their way to an 18-16 win over the winless Warriors to maintain their impressive record at Canberra Stadium.

Manly snapped a four-game losing streak with a shock win at Pittwater Park headlined by a double to Bilal Maarbani who has made the most of his switch from fullback to the wing.

The Sea Eagles are yet to win on the road this season and that trend should continue on Friday.

Tip: Raiders by 8

Read more: http://www.nrl.com/holden-cup-round-8-p ... fault.aspx
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PostPosted: April 20, 2017, 4:30 pm
Matt Scott set to make his debut for NYC Canberra Raiders

NOWRA-BOMADERRY Jets product Matt Scott will this week make his long awaited debut for the Canberra Raiders National Youth Competition team, when he runs onto the field against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.

"I was absolutely stoked when it was announced that I was making my debut - I couldn't stop smiling when I got told before training," Soctt said. "It means a lot to me to be finally making my under 20s debut and it’s been a goal of mine for some time. It demonstrates that all my hard work and commitment to training is paying off.

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Welcome to our coverage of this afternoon's Holden Cup clash between the Canberra Raiders and Manly Sea Eagles. Matthew Scott comes into the team in place of Emre Guler. Scott will start on the bench with Fabien Paletua-Kiri coming into the starting side. Jarred Tuite will start at lock with Hudson Young moving to the bench. Here's the final Raiders line up:

1 Jayden Carroll 2 Cody Hodge 3 Sebastian Kris 4 Andre Niko 5 Mikaele Ravalawa 6 Logan Spaander 7 Lachlan Cooper 17 Fabien Paletua-Kiri 9 Zachary Patch 10 Zac Masters 11 Jack Murchie 12 Kalani Going (c) 14 Jarred Tuite

13 Hudson Young 15 Kye Madden 16 William Samuel 19 Matthew Scott

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We have kick off, Raiders with the ball first set. First penalty to Canberra. They go right on the attack but Manly hold their line.
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4th min TRY SEA EAGLES in the corner to winger Alfred Smalley. No conversion from the sideline.

Sea Eagles 4-0
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15th min Mikaele Ravalawa not having the best of luck today with errors. Mishandled the kick twice in the red zone.
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18th min TRY SEA EAGLES to five eighth Tom Wright out wide. Some good defence from Canberra but they couldn't hold on in the end. No conversion from Bilbao Maarbani.

Sea Eagles 8-0
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22nd min Good run from Ravalawa to escape the in goal and make 20m. And he follows it up with a good take on his own line in the next Manly set.
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34th min TRY RAIDERS to Andre Niko, following a grubber kick. And he converts his own try.

Sea Eagles 8-6
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Go the Raiders!!!!!
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Sea Eagles 8
Raiders 6
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43rd min TRY RAIDERS to Kalani Going, just swivels and plants it! This is a remarkable score given the dominance of the Sea Eagles in the first half. Centre Andre Niko converts.

Raiders 12-8
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47th min TRY RAIDERS to Jack Murchie. The Raiders putting on the attack now. Nikko converts.

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Go the Raiders!!!
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52nd min TRY RAIDERS to Zac Patch. That was great running from close to the line, used his fend, ran wide with a thousand Manly players trying to get to him, to no avail. Andre Niko, great kick from out wide.

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Pls be another preview. Go lads

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The Greenhouse wrote:34th min TRY RAIDERS to Andre Niko, following a grubber kick. And he converts his own try.

Sea Eagles 8-6


onya Nickman!! Didn't realise he'd graced the field with his presence since that Origin match a few years ago!
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56th min Manly have a player binned for professional foul on the try line. And now another penalty for a high shot.
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61st min TRY RAIDERS to Cody Hodge. Break up the sideline and Hodge runs 30 or 40 metres to score, backing up inside. Chasers couldn't keep pace. Outstanding. Nikko converts.

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68th min Good defence from Canberra, they take Manly out over the sideline in the corner. And now there's a dust up... lots of pushing and shoving. And Manly end up with the penalty.

It's to no advantage... Manly knock on on an early tackle.
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73rd min TRY SEA EAGLES to Cade Cust. Converted Maarbani.

Raiders 30-14
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77th min TRY RAIDERS to Kalani Going, he runs on the last and storms over! It's his second try of the day. Converted.

Raiders 36-14

Man of the match is Tuite.
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Canberra Raiders 36
Manly Sea Eagles 14
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MATCH REPORT: NYC Canberra Raiders soar past Manly Sea Eagles

The Canberra Raiders have made it back-to-back wins for the first time this season with a convincing 36 points to 14 win over the Manly Sea Eagles.

Canberra put a scrappy first half behind them to pile on 24 unanswered points in the second half to keep the Sea Eagles winless on the road.

Raiders Prop Emre Guler was a late exclusion from the side as Matthew Scott made his NYC debut coming off the bench.

Canberra Raiders 36 (Niko, Going, Murchie, Patch, Hodge, Going ; Niko 6/6) defeated Manly Sea Eagles 14 (Wright, Smalley, Cust; Maarbina 1/3)

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Very impressed with the goal kicking of right center Andre Niko. One classic from the touchline which he curled in 'Thurston' like. Seems to have a footballers instincts as well when he followed a grubber kick for a try. Although Jarred Tuite was named MOTM, Niko must have been up there along with Captain Kalani Going. None of the three are overly large, but they assess and play what is in front of them. Jack Murchie is another with talent. Hopefully they and others, will be developed through to FG in future seasons.
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