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PostPosted: September 19, 2014, 8:11 pm
Kiyan Shaw is heading to the Canberra Raiders

Exciting Wellington rugby league prospect 17 year old Kiyan Shaw will be heading to the Canberra Raiders next year.

"We selected Kiyan for his speed and his willingness to compete in attack and defence. Kiyan also did not shy away from the contact side of the game," Canberra Raiders' high performance manager Dave Hamilton said.

"He will be living with a family of one of the players and he is a great representative for Aboriginals and will have the support of the whole community. He likes the Raiders and because the club has a country feel it was always his first option,'' Kiyan's father Zeke said.

Read more: http://www.wellingtontimes.com.au/story ... ers/?cs=12
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PostPosted: September 26, 2014, 1:18 pm
Canberra Raiders looking at NZ junior talent

Raw talent. That's the best way to describe Leicester Faingaanuku and Marvin Curry.

"Leicester is starting to attract some interest from the New Zealand under-16 coach who is pretty keen on him. I'm sure he'll be looking at him in Rotorua and if he stays fit then he could be in that side next year which would be the biggest achievement since Simon Mannering, really," said development officer Ryan Charles.

"Marvin has attracted some interest from the Canberra Raiders and they'll be looking at him as well, so it's a pretty massive opportunity for these two."

Read more: http://www.stuff.co.nz/nelson-mail/spor ... l-exposure
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PostPosted: October 8, 2014, 4:33 pm
Raiders High Performance Team excels on the Gold Coast

The Raiders High Performance team has recently returned from a successful camp on the Gold Coast and their efforts over the course of the trip has left club development staff highly enthusiastic about the future of the Green Machine.

Read more: http://www.raiders.com.au/news/2014/10/ ... coast.html
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PostPosted: October 9, 2014, 12:16 pm
2015 Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews squad

Gideon Afemui
Joel Ambrose
Tristan Aurisch
Jake Baker
Kyle Danilczak
Jesse Dent
Daniel Desmet
Jai Doolan
Jonathan Fangaiuiha
Jibou Finofanah
E’shea Gafa
Lachlan Ingram
Shaun Jenvey
Michael Johnson
Fred Kaihea
Destiny Kalolo
Seb Kris
Junior Leao
Alifeleti Ngahe
Liam Oakley
Joe Roberts
Tom Robertson
Joseph Searle
Kendrick Seignarack
Daine Spencer
Nitau Soli Junior
Kali Taiseni
Robert Tanks
Kye Tiedemann
Aidan Tremethick
Leonaitasi Tuionetoa
Lazarus Vaalepu
Trent Wilke
Teig Wilton

Read more: http://www.raiders.com.au/news/2014/10/ ... squad.html
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PostPosted: October 9, 2014, 12:30 pm
2015 Canberra Raiders SG Ball squad

Sione Afemui
Connor Brebner
Nathan Chudleigh
Lachlan Cooper
Nic Cotric
Hayden Cowled
Jacob Field
Sam Finnegan
Claude Edwards
Kalani Going
Bayley Graham
Ryan Griffin
Jake Hall
Bailey Hartwig
Trai Henderson
Jayke Hogan
Nick Lawrence
Ron Leapai
Harry Leddy
Dustin Litster
Jai Lyons
Matt Lyons
Jesse Martin
Jackson McDonald
Patrick Murphy
Matt Murray
Tyrone Nathan
Andre Niko
Jake Notaras
Kody Parson
Daniel Prior
William Samuel
Jedidiah Simbiken
Josh Stuckey
Stanley Takulua
Jarred Tuite
Tre Williams

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PostPosted: October 19, 2014, 11:40 am
Raiders junior Sam Dobb drawing attention from rival NRL clubs

Is there nothing multi-talented rugby league forward and judo competitor Sam Dobb can't do. The prop from the Raiders' Harold Matthews Cup team is drawing interest from a couple of rival NRL clubs eager to secure his services. After a broken hand ruled him out of trials for the Raiders' SG Ball team, Dobb went on to play for West Belconnen with a small fracture in the semi-finals and grand finals of the local competition. Dobb remains keen to balance his commitments in rugby league and judo. Judo won't be on the program at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, but Dobb is seen as a long-term prospect for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Read more: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/sport/a ... 17iex.html
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PostPosted: October 24, 2014, 5:52 pm
Young stars make squads with Canberra Raiders

IN what started out as an announcement from Young High School that two of their students had been selected for a Canberra Raiders train-on squad, soon turned into five lads from the town making the cut.

Under 16s players Kye Tiedemann and Jake Baker from the school were named as part of the Raiders Harold Matthews Squad, while three others - Jayke Hogan and Matt Murray from Young High and Connor Brebner from Hennessy - were selected for the SG Ball (Under 18s) Squad.

“I was pretty surprised,” Baker said of his first time selection.

“It’s good to get into the system to experience a higher level of footy.”

Read more: http://www.youngwitness.com.au/story/26 ... h-raiders/
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PostPosted: November 3, 2014, 8:56 pm
Canberra Raiders interested in young NZ player Rory Ferguson

Just a year after learning how to play rugby league, Rory Ferguson is being compared to Simon Mannering.

Ferguson (16), who is from Milton but boards at John McGlashan College in Dunedin, captained the New Zealand under-16 team to a 32-26 win over Samoa's under-16 team in Whangarei on Saturday.

The second-rower starred in the curtainraiser to the Kiwis v Samoa Four Nations test, scoring two tries and being named man of the match.

Ferguson, also a talented rugby player for his school's First XV, had attracted attention from two or three NRL clubs, including the Warriors and Canberra Raiders, U16s coach Jeff Whittaker said.

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PostPosted: November 3, 2014, 9:05 pm
Seems like NZ might be more of a focus now.
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PostPosted: November 17, 2014, 4:56 pm
Doolan takes his chances with Penrith Panthers, turns down Raiders

Cowra High Year 9 student, Jai Doolan, has begun what he hopes will be the start of a promising career in the NRL with the Penrith Panthers, having made selection into their under 16s Harold Matthews Cup junior representative training squad.

Doolan also made the respective training squad at the Canberra Raiders however will take the opportunity at the foot of the Mountains as he can live with family in Sydney while he undertakes training.

Read more: http://www.cowraguardian.com.au/story/2 ... s/?cs=4083
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PostPosted: December 6, 2014, 8:05 am
For people keen for some footy action. Raiders Harold Matthews and SG Ball teams playing Wests in trials today at Goulburn. 11am and 1pm
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PostPosted: December 17, 2014, 5:58 pm
Kyle makes the cut

Yass rugby league player Kyle Danilczak will head into the new year knowing he is on the brink of making the final Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews (under 16s) squad.

The Magpie trialled with 150 other hopefuls at Rugby League Park in Braddon two months ago, and playing lock, survived the first cut to a 34-man squad.

He was not alone, Trent Wilke from Yass, also bested more than 100 players to join Danilczak in the train-on squad.

Unfortunately when the axe was wielded again a week and a half ago, Wilke was one of the casualties. Danilczak on the other hand, breezed through to the current number of 25. There are 22 available positions in the final squad.

Read more: http://www.yasstribune.com.au/story/276 ... s-the-cut/
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PostPosted: December 19, 2014, 10:00 am
Harold Matthews Draw

http://www.nswrl.com.au/juniors/harold- ... _draw.html



2015 SG Ball Draw

http://www.nswrl.com.au/juniors/sg-ball ... _draw.html
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PostPosted: January 4, 2015, 7:28 am
You'd reckon they could spell Seiffert Oval correctly by now.
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PostPosted: January 4, 2015, 9:58 am
edwahu wrote:Seems like NZ might be more of a focus now.

Which sounds good to me, no one could ever get homesick for NZ
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PostPosted: January 24, 2015, 7:47 pm
Junior reps trials today:

Harold Matthews
Manly Sea Eagles 30 d Canberra Raiders 20

SG Ball
Canberra Raiders 32 d Manly Sea Eagles 20
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PostPosted: February 6, 2015, 2:07 pm
So I see we are at home on 21 Feb. Does that mean we are playing before the trial at Sieffert?
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Sorry Seiffert.
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2015 Junior Representatives Rd 1 V Penrith Panthers

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders v Penrith Panthers at 1:30pm on Saturday at Sportingbet Stadium.

Canberra Raiders

1. SEB KRIS 2. JOE SEARLE 3. KALI TAISENI 4. JONATHAN FANGAIUIHA 5. KENDRICK SEIGNARACK 6. DANIEL DESMET 7. LACHLAN INGRAM 8. JOEL AMBROSE 9. JESSE DENT 10. KYLE DANILCZAK © 11. TRISTAN AURISCH 12. ALIFELETI NGAHE 13. TOM ROBERTSON

14. LEONAITASI TVIONETOA 15. MICHAEL JOHNSON 16. BAILEY LITSTER 17. GIDEON AFEMUI 18. DESTINY KALOLO 19. DAINE SPENCER 20. NITAU JR SOLI 21. JOE ROBERTS 22. LAZARUS VAALEPU 23. LIAM OAKLEY

Penrith Panthers

1. DYLAN MCBAIN 2. JOSHUA BROMBAL 3. THOMAS LOFTS 4. BLAKE MCCAFFREY 5. BRENTON ALLNUTT 6. SHANNON HARRIS 7. TOBIAS WESTCOTT 8. JOSH YOUNG 9. BRAD NOLLAND 10. ESERA TOGATUKI 11. ALEXANDER MYLES 12. JAI FERGUSON 13. CHASE TAIA

14. KOBI COLLINS 15. JOSHUA ATUA 16. SIONA COLLINS 17. JORDAN-TRAE CADONA 18. NICK SAVAGE

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders v Penrith Panthers at 3:00pm on Saturday at Sportingbet Stadium.

Canberra Raiders

1. TRE WILLIAMS 2. ANDRE NIKO 3. NICK COTRIC 4. KODY PARSONS 5. JEDIDIAN SIMBIKEN 6. BAILEY HARTWIG 7. LACHLAN COOPER © 8. JAKE HALL 9. JESSE MARTIN 10. TYRONE NATHAN 11. JARRED TUITE 12. WILLIAM SAMUEL 13. KALANA GOING

14. TRAI HENDERSON 15. SIONE AFUMI 16. RYAN GRIFFIN 17. JAKE FIELD 18. SAM FINNIGAN 19. MATT MURRAY 20. CONNOR BREBNER 21. JAKE NOTARAS 22. RONNY LEAPAI 23. STANLEY TAKULUA

Penrith Panthers

1. DANIEL BROWN 2. CHRISTOPHER THOMAS 3. ROBBIE GRAHAM 4. ALEX DAVIS 5. JARARD GORMAN 6. NATHAN CLEARY 7. JAROME LUAI 8. CARL WINTERSTEIN 9. WAYDE EGAN 10. TEVITA MAPAPALANGI 11. LIAM MARTIN 12. SAMUAL RADOVU 13. REED IZZARD

14. RAYMOND MAROUN 15. STEELE KAKE 16. NAVAETANGI SONI 17. TERRELLSMITH 18. JAYDEN MURPHEY-HINTON 19. JAMON WORMLEATON COACH BEN HARDEN
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PostPosted: February 12, 2015, 7:49 pm
VIDEO: Canberra Raiders junior representatives preview

The Junior Representative season kicks off this Saturday with the Canberra Raiders travelling up to Sportingbet Stadium to take on the Penrith Panthers.

"We started training in November and had some trial games with some pretty good performances so the boys can't wait to get out there this Saturday," Harold Matthews Coach Adam Kyle said.

Read more and video: http://www.raiders.com.au/news/2015/02/ ... son_p.html
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PostPosted: February 13, 2015, 6:25 pm
Good interview, should do all our media.

Juniors are going to struggle this year thogh, early injuries already.
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PostPosted: February 14, 2015, 1:21 pm
Harold Matthews Round 1 Canberra Raiders V Penrith Panthers

@joshrobbo44 on twitter, Panthers supporter

Here at Pepper Stadium for #HMATTS & #SGBall matches.

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Referee for this #HMATTS game is Daniel Luttringer and Panthers in white have first usage of the ball.
40/20 from Tobias Westcott puts the Panthers in good attacking position.
9' TRY PANTHERS - Alexander Miles gets Penrith on the board for the first time in 2015, conversion Good, Panthers lead 6-0
17' TRY Panthers - Off the back of a Penalty Thomas Lofts scores down the left for the Panthers & he converts his own try, now 12-0
25' Panthers break down field but some inexperience costs them as they lose the ball in a one on one tackle
HALF TIME in #HMATTS - Panthers take a 12-0 lead to the break, been the dominant side on the park and should have a bigger lead

HALF TIME Panthers 12-0

Referee @DLutts91 calls time back on and it's play back on here at Pepper Stadium - Panthers lead 12-0
33' TRY Raiders - A bit of luck for Canberra with the try scorer looking held with all momentum stopped but referee doesnt call held
34' Conversion missed so the Panthers keep a 12-4 lead
38' Another try to the Raiders who have ALL the momentum and this time its converted so Panthers lead now 12-10
42' Panthers attack is pretty plain at the moment, nothing really doing & Raiders are dominating
54' TRY PANTHERS - Chase Taia scores under the posts and Thomas Lofts converts to give Penrith a handy 18-10 lead
57' Possibly a bit of karma for the Panthers after two bad penalty calls with the Raiders losing the ball and surely the game
FULL TIME at Pepper Stadium and the Panthers have won it 18-10 despite being on the wrong end of an 8-2 penalty count

FULL TIME

Penrith Panthers 18
Canberra Raiders 10
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SG Ball Round 1 Canberra Raiders V Penrith Panthers

@joshrobbo44 on twitter, Panthers supporter tweeting from Penrith Stadium

#SGBALL Takes just 26 seconds for the first penalty to come against Canberra but kick doesn't find touch
Neither side taking absolute control so far in #SGBALL - Panthers more threatening but no real chances in the first 10
14' TRY RAIDERS - Lachlan Cooper scores after the winger Andrew Niko had too much size on the Panthers defenders, kick good 6-0
18' Panthers now deep in attack after the Raiders let the kick off go dead but attack fails with a knock on
25' TRY PANTHERS - Liam Martin scores for the Panthers after a mountain of pressure on the Canberra line, 6-4 KTC
26' Nathan Cleary can't convert the try so the Raiders keep a 6-4 lead
32' TRY PANTHERS - Raymond Maroun gets the Panthers second, Nathan Cleary converts from close range, Panthers lead 10-6
HALF TIME at Pepper Stadium and its Penrith who take a 10-6 lead to the break thanks to tries to Liam Martin & Ray Maroun

HALF TIME

Penrith Panthers 10
Canberra Raiders 6

Panthers on the attack after some brilliance from Liam Martin at the kickoff to out jump his opponent and get the ball back
44' Panthers have good attacking position but cant use it then concede their first penalty of the match
Raiders number 3 Nick Kotric on report for a high tackle
44' TRY RAIDERS - Nick Kotric scores a long range try off the back of a penalty, kick converted now 12-10
47' TRY RAIDERS - Nick Kotric gets a double after again being too elusive for the defenders, Raiders now take a 18-10 lead
58' TRY PANTHERS - Things are getting testy but Carl Winterstein scores and Nathan Cleary converts, Raiders still lead 18-16
7 minutes to go - Raiders lead by 2, definitely not over, Raiders have a scrum 19m from their own line

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Canberra Raiders 20
Penrith Panthers 16
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Thank you to the Panthers supporter joshrobbo44 for his updates. Perhaps we could invite him to be our Penrith correspondent.
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Raiders defeat Panthers in SG Ball Round 1

The Canberra Raiders SG Ball side overcame a 10-6 deficit at halftime to overpower the Penrith Panthers at home in their first official match of 2015.

Penrith went within an inch of being crowned the 2014 SG Ball premiers, going down by four points to the Sydney Roosters.

One of those players is star five-eighth Nathan Cleary, son of NRL Coach Ivan, and Canberra did tremendously well in defence to nullify his attacking threat and also halt the momentum of Penrith’s monstrous forwards.

“I think an area that we were good in was our attitude to defence,” Coach Dean Souter said. “Our line speed was a key against their big pack.”

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders 20 (Nick Cotric 2, Lachlan Cooper tries; Bailey Hartwig 4 goals) def. Penrith Panthers 16 (Carl Winterstein, Liam Martin, Raymond Maroun tries; Nathan Cleary 2 goals)

Harold Matthews

Penrith Panthers 18 (Thomas Lofts, Alexander Myles, Jai Ferguson tries; Lofts 3 goals) def. Canberra Raiders 10 (Jonathan Fangaiuiha, Alifeleti Ngahe tries; Daniel Desmet goal)

Read more: http://www.raiders.com.au/news/2015/02/ ... ch_re.html
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VIDEO: Round 1 junior representatives highlights

Harold Matthews highlights: http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2015/02/17 ... eIB7l4pPSX (10.50 mark for Raiders V Panthers)

SG Ball highlights: http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2015/02/17 ... fbryimYp9p (3.25 mark for Raiders V Panthers)
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2015 Junior Representatives Rd 2: Canberra Raiders V South Sydney Rabbitohs

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders v South Sydney Rabbitohs
Sieffert Oval, Saturday, Feb 21
Kick-off: 3pm

Canberra Raiders

1. SEB KRIS 2. JOE SEARLE 3. KALI TAISENI 4. JONATHAN FANGAIUIHA 5. KENDRICK SEIGNARACK 6. DANIEL DESMET 7. LACHLAN INGRAM 8. JOEL AMBROSE 9. JESSE DENT 10. KYLE DANILCZAK © 11. TRISTAN AURISCH 12. ALIFELETI NGAHE 13. TOM ROBERTSON

14. LEONAITASI TVIONETOA 15. MICHAEL JOHNSON 16. BAILEY LITSTER 17. DESTINY KALOLO 18. DAINE SPENCER 19. NITAU JR SOLI 20. JOE ROBERTS 21. LAZARUS VAALEPU 22. LIAM OAKLEY

South Sydney Rabbitohs

1. JOHNNY MITSIAS 2. NICHOLAS MOUGIOS 3. CAMPBELL GRAHAM 4. MAWENE HIROTI 5. RAINE DELLOW 6. BAILEY FITZGERALD 7. DEAN HAWKINS (C) 8. DANIEL FIFITA 9. JOSH COOK 10. WESLEY VEIKOSO 11. BOBBY NADER 12. JOEY LOSE 13. JAKE KAMBOS

15. KY RODWELL 16. CHE HYSLOP 17. SIMIONE FALEMANU 18. EGAN BUTCHER 19. HARRISON SMITH 20. NICK KAIROUZ 21. MAILA CHAN-FOON 22. JACOB MEADER 23. KY BOURIS

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Canberra Raiders V South Sydney
Sieffert Oval, Saturday, February 21
Kick-off: 4:30pm

Canberra Raiders

1. TRE WILLIAMS 2. ANDRE NIKO 3. NICK COTRIC 4. KODY PARSONS 5. JEDIDIAH SIMBIKEN 6. BAILEY HARTWIG 7. LACHLAN COOPER 8. JAKE HALL 9. JESSE MARTIN 10. TYRONE NATHAN 11. JARRED TUITE 12. WILLIAM SAMUEL 13. KALANI GOING

14. TRAI HENDERSON 15. SIONE AFEMUI 16. RYAN GRIFFIN 17. JACOB FIELD 18. SAM FINNEGAN 19. MATTHEW MURRAY 20. CONNOR BREBNER 21. JAKE NOTARAS 22. RON LEAPAI 23. STANLEY TAKULUA

South Sydney Rabbitohs

1. BLADE PERRI 2. JALEN REWETI 3. JADE ANDERSON 4. DYLAN O’CONNOR 5. JOHNATHAN TUFUGA 6. RICARDO RAHME 7. KOBI HOOKEY 8. TRISTAN ALVARADO 9. JOHN NEIL 10. GABE HAMLIN 11. KEAON KOLOAMATANGI 12. SIOSIFA TALAKAI (C) 13. CAMERON MURRAY

14. HENRY FUIMAONO 15. BLAKE MANOWSKI 16. KURTIS PREECE 17. BRODY FITZGERALD 18. KEENEN NGAMOTU 19. REECE TOWNSEND 20. TUTEAURU MAIPI 21. WIREMU TUILETUFUGA 22. EMRE GULER
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Gee you look at those teams and you see just how big the Polynesian influence is on the game don't you.

Terrific opportunity for these kids to play just before a NRL match.
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greeneyed wrote:SG Ball highlights: http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2015/02/17 ... fbryimYp9p (3.25 mark for Raiders V Panthers)


That Cotric was a class above at 15-16 and still looks to be at that level. Is this his last year in SG Ball. I was away all last season so don't know how he went.

That blond haired half back threw some good balls but made some really bad attempts at tackling.
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Welcome to our coverage of today's Canberra Raiders junior representative matches against the South Sydney Rabbitohs. First up is Harold Matthews at 3pm. We will have live scores for both junior reps games right here. Conditions are very warm and humid, quite a bit of heavy cloud around.
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South Sydney kick off, we are underway in the first half!
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3rd min Raiders make an early raid on the try line, but the grubber goes dead in goal.
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9th min Raiders have another set right on the Rabbitohs line, but just can't get through. Raiders having the better of the match so far, possession and territory.
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12th min Good tackle from centre Taiseni saves a Rabbitohs try, put over the sideline 1m out.
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14th min Fullback Seb Kris knocks on a bomb, Souths scrum centre field. But they can't take advantage, knocking on, on an early tackle.
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