2014 Holden Cup: Rd 25 V Wests Tigers

 
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2014 Rd 25 V Wests Tigers: Teams and Previews

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Canberra Raiders V Wests Tigers
Canberra Stadium
Saturday, August 30, 3:15pm
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Canberra Raiders

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1. Andrew Heffernan 2. Cleveland McGhie 3. Jack Creith 4. Jono Kent 5. Lachlan Hurst 6. Lachlan Lewis 7. Matt Frawley 8. Jules Webley 9. Dylan McGrath 10. Thoren Fidow-Kele 11. Patrick Mago 12. Jack Williams 13. Luke Bateman (C)

14. Ricky Garard 15. Jamal Nchouki 16. Jordan Aiono-Fatu 17. Kilu Pangai 18. Trent Schubach

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1. Jeremy Marshall-King 2. John Tohi 3. Watson Heleta 4. Delouise Hoeter 5. John Ogden 6. Te Maire Martin 7. Eli Levido 8. Dallas Graham 9. Manaia Cherrington 10. Jordan Grant 11. Salesi Funaki 12. Lamar Liolevave 13. Tyler Cassell

14. Hala Masila 15. Peter Ta'auso 16. Mason Farrell 19. Dwayne Lemafa 24. Daniel Ravkin

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Referee: Kasey Badger
Touch judges: Phil Henderson, Brendan Lucas

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Welcome to our coverage of today's Holden Cup clash between the Canberra Raiders and Wests Tigers at Canberra Stadium. Sunny conditions, blue skies, and around 16C. Perfect weather for footy! Some late changes for Canberra, with Ricky Garard to start at hooker, and Mitch Barnett a late inclusion on the bench.

NYC: CANBERRA RAIDERS V WESTS TIGERS
SATURDAY AUGUST 30, 3.15PM, Canberra Stadium

1. Andrew Heffernan
2. Cleveland McGhie
3. Jack Creith
4. Jono Kent
5. Lachlan Hurst
6. Lachlan Lewis
7. Matt Frawley
8. Jules Webley
14. Ricky Garard
10. Thoren Fidow-Kele
11. Patrick Mago
12. Jack Williams
13. Luke Bateman (C)

16. Jordan Aiono-Fatu
17. Kilu Pangai
18. Trent Schubach
19. Mitchell Barnett
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We're underway in Holden Cup. Wests Tigers kick off and Raiders have the ball first set.
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PostPosted: August 30, 2014, 3:26 pm
8th min TRY WESTS TIGERS to back rower Lamar Liolevave, set up by Te Maire Martin. Eli Levido misses the conversion, hits the upright.

Wests Tigers 4-0
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12th min TRY WESTS TIGERS to Jeremy Marshall-King, after a break from John Ogden. Levido converts from an easy position.

Wests Tigers 10-0
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19th min TRY RAIDERS to Jack Williams. Converted by Patrick Mago.

Wests Tigers 10-6
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24th min TRY RAIDERS to Jack Creith, with great lead up from Andrew Hefernan and Lachlan Hurst. Mago converts.

Raiders 12-10
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28th min TRY RAIDERS to Lachlan Lewis who goes over under the posts, barging through. Patrick Mago converts.

Raiders 18-10
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That's what I love about the Subaru cup, you can never count yourself out, even I'd you are a few tries down.
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33rd min TRY WESTS TIGERS to winger John Tohi, at the end of a good backline movement. There's no conversion.

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37th min TRY WESTS TIGERS down the blind side to winger John Tohi. And Eli Levido converts from the sideline.

Wests Tigers 20-18

And that's HALF TIME.
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We're back underway for the second half, Raiders kick off.
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GE where are you sitting?
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58th min TRY WESTS TIGERS to John Ogden, set up by a Te Maire Martin cut-out pass. No conversion Levido from the sideline.

Wests Tigers 24-18
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68th min TRY RAIDERS to Jack Williams, set up by Matt Frawley. And Mago converts.

Raiders 24
Wests Tigers 24
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71st min Raiders get a penalty, 35m out, go for the line. TRY RAIDERS to Lachlan Hurst, Andrew Hefernan in the lead up. Patrick Mago cannnot convert, his first miss today.

Raiders 28-24
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FULL TIME

Canberra Raiders 28
Wests Tigers 24

Jack Williams was the official Canberra Raiders man of the match.
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Good win against a top 8 side.
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MATCH REPORT: Canberra Raiders secure revenge over Wests Tigers in Holden Cup

The last time these two sides met the NYC Raiders were stunned by a rampant second half display from the Tigers going down 46-16. This time around the Raiders were up for the contest and have pulled off a stunning come from behind win taking down the Tigers 28-24 this afternoon.

Jack Williams was superb for the home side in a man of the match performance scoring two tries and making constant metres. Matthew Frawley was sublime again showing off his silky moves all game.

An honourable mention must go to Lachlan Hurst who scored the match winning try and took himself to equal first on the NYC try scoring list after bagging his 25th try for the year.

Prolific try scorer Hurst then added to his amazing tally when he put the Raiders in the lead in the 72nd minute. Mago missed his first conversion of the day from the sideline with the Raiders taking a 28-24 lead with just over six and half minutes to go.

In a willing game where both sides were up for the contest. Frawley was sublime in attack finding holes sometimes at will and setting up a number of points for the boys. Williams was another superb contributor and he earned the man of the match performance with a double and constant hard work in defence.

Canberra Raiders 28
Tries: Williams 2, Creith, Lewis, Hurst; Mago 4 goals

Wests Tigers 24
Tries: Tohi 2, Liolevave, Marshall-King, Ogden; Levido 2 Goals

Read more: http://www.raiders.com.au/news/2014/08/ ... igers.html
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