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They really shouldn't be mentioning first grade hookers along side signings like this, but I guess it drives interest.
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Isn't he too old for SG Ball?
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SG Ball is Under 19s at present. If he’s 19 (or under) on 31 December last year he qualifies.
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Canberra Raiders junior teams in action in trial matches this Saturday at Camden

The Raiders’ junior representatives trials that had been scheduled against the Illawarra Steelers at Bateman’s Bay last Saturday were cancelled due to COVID. However this Saturday’s trials against the Wests Magpies, Wests Tigers and Macarthur Wests Tigers will take place at Kirkham Oval, Camden. Admission is free.

Saturday, 22nd January — Kirkham Oval, Camden

Andrew Johns Cup: Macarthur Wests Tigers v Monaro Colts, 10:00am
Laurie Daley Cup: Macarthur Wests Tigers v Monaro Colts, 11:30pm
Tarsha Gale Cup: Wests Tigers v Canberra Raiders, 1:00pm
Harold Matthews: Western Suburbs Magpies v Canberra Raiders, 2:30pm
SG Ball: Western Suburbs Magpies v Canberra Raiders, 4:00pm
Jersey Flegg: Wests Tigers v Sydney Roosters, 5:30pm

Read more: https://www.weststigers.com.au/news/202 ... uster-day/
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ALX22 wrote: January 17, 2022, 1:59 pm Elekana Suavai looks to have signed with the Cowboys as aligned with the Blackhawks this year.
Correct.
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Is Mitchell Prest the captain for SG Ball?
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Canberra Raiders finalise Junior Representative squads for 2022

The Canberra Raiders have finalised their Junior Representative squads for the upcoming 2022 season.

Tarsha Gale Cup

Ma'ata Alai Lokeni
Felicity Bell
Jaxan Blackhall
Lila Brewer
Calissa Budullovich
Jasmine Claven
Cassius Delamere
Chloe Doon
Tikirah Douglas
April Downey
Alanna Dummett
Kayla Fleming
Carly Heyman
Roxanne Horne
Hunter Ings
Crysten Kennedy
Amelia Kiriui
Hayley Liddle
Tahnee McGregor
Makayla Morris
Ruby Morrisey
Vika Ngata
Nellie O'Donnell
Sophie Pagett
Mollie Sullivan
Sophie Tindale
Georgia Willey
Kiana Williams

SG Ball Cup

Jack Anderson
Deakin Bright
Tom Carey
Regan Carr
Tyler Conroy
Jack Craig
Calab Edwards
Prinston Esera
Jayden Ford
Jacob Haeta
Wani Howe
Eneseli Kamuta
Tane Kiriona
David Langi
Corey Lewis
Jett Liu
Stanly Longi
Nui Mariota
Blake Metcalfe
Jack Mills
Jacob Piper
Jack Poidevin
Mitch Prest
Kane Rushton
Jack Sandford
Brock Sing
Clay Sing
Mathew Wheatley
David White
Kaden Williams

Harold Matthews Cup

Ethan Alaia
Jonah Anderson
Xavier Cacciotti
Ben Castle
Sam Chapman
Jack Clutterbuck
Beniel Dakunibubului
Sam Gash
Tui Georgevski
Sam Graziani
Owen Hromow
Jacob Iosefa
Noah Killeen
Jaxon Lemon
Siamani Leuluai
Noah Marcantonio
Noah Martin
Kyle McDermott
Peter Milin
Lekani Mpaso
Elvis Nauer-Wood
Brayden O’Reilly
Jed Reardon
Koko Salim
Jayden Svager
Sam Taylor
Mathias Tomuli-Ah-Kuoi
Jayden Wolfe

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2022/01 ... finalised/
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The backgrounds of the SG Ball squad... happy for corrections and additions.

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Jack Anderson - Hooker, Queanbeyan Blues, was in Monaro Colts Laurie Daley Cup squad past two years

Deakin Bright - Centre, played in last year's SG Ball Grand Final victory, comes from Narrandera in the Riverina, west of Wagga

Tom Carey - Second rower, from Yass, West Belconnen Warriors, ACT and Monaro Colts representative, also been involved in Raiders junior reps teams

Regan Carr - Centre, Belconnen United Sharks, Monaro Colts

Tyler Conroy - Five eighth or second rower, The Cathedral College, Rockhampton, played Aaron Payne Cup in 2021 (North Queensland Schoolboys competition), Central Queensland Capras Mal Meninga Cup, Queensland junior emerging Origin squad, two year deal for 2022-2023

Jack Craig - Hooker, Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews, Goulburn

Calab Edwards - Fullback, Gungahlin Bulls, David Sharpe Award, Canberra Raiders Cup Under 19s Best and Fairest

Prinston Esera - Centre, brother of Caleb Esera, Wavell High, Souths Logan Magpies Meninga Cup Best Back of the Year 2021, Queensland junior emerging Origin squad



Jayden Ford - Prop, Monaro Colts 2021, Gungahlin Bulls

Jacob Haeta - Winger, Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews, 2021 Most Improved player Harold Matthews

Wani Howe - Prop, Hawani Howe is a Burleigh Bears junior, believe he's the son of former Raider Ezra Howe, who now is with the Titans.

Eneseli Kamuta - Prop, Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews, SG Ball 2020-2021

Tane Kiriona - Lock, Central Queensland Capras, Mal Meninga Cup, St Brendan's College Yepoon, Aaron Payne Cup, described as a "big, mobile middle forward"

David Langi - Prop, Parramatta Eels juniors, Eels SG Ball 2021, NSW Under 16s squad in 2019, Patrician Brothers Blacktown

Corey Lewis - Fullback or centre, North Coast Bulldogs, Laurie Daley Cup, Port City Breakers, Port Macquarie, two year deal 2022-2023





Jett Liu - Prop, Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews, Riverina Bulls, Leeton Galloping Greens

Stanley Iongi - Kiwi hooker at Under 16 level, was about to play with Storm affiliate Brisbane Tigers until recently recruited, touted as being in "Brandon Smith mould".



Nui Mariota - Brother of Ata Mariota, big forward, made a big impact in Harold Matthews, off field issues saw him dropped from the Raiders junior teams, played with Tuggeranong Bushrangers after that last year, huge prospect

Blake Metcalfe - Half, five eighth, Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews 2018-2019, SG Ball, Hills Sports High, Seven Hills, Western Sydney, Parramatta Eels juniors

Jack Mills - Fullback, Monaro Colts, Belconnen United Sharks

Jacob Piper - Lock, Monaro Colts, Boorowa/Harden

Jack Poidevin - Monaro Colts 2021, struggling to find details... may have rugby union background, back, The Southport School

Mitch Prest - Part of the 2021 SG Ball squad, played in the 2021 Grand Final winning team off the bench, backrower, Riverina Bulls, comes from Young, Young Cherrypickers junior, has come through Raiders junior ranks

Kane Rushton - Fullback, Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews



Jack Sandford - Fullback in the SG Ball 2021 Grand Final winning team, New Zealand rugby union background

Brock Sing - Five eighth, hooker, Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews, brother of Clay

Clay Sing - Lock, five eighth, Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews, brother of Brock, Matthews captain 2021

Mathew Wheatley - Monaro Colts, Bega Roosters

David White - Prop, Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews

Kaden Williams - Second rower, Canberra Raiders Harold Matthews 2020, Orange, Bloomfield juniors, Australian Schoolboys Under 15s

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Good to see Metcalfe and Williams back in the Raiders fold.
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ALX22 wrote:Good to see Metcalfe and Williams back in the Raiders fold.
and Niu Mariota is a big "in"

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The thing that’s a little worrying is the heavy reliance on Harold Matthews graduates and they won the wooden spoon last year. There are some good additions, not as many as last year. But hopefully enough to make the difference. Will try to look at the Matts squad too, when I get some time, but that’s always more difficult. If someone else wants to… feel free!
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NSWRL TV to bring even more action for fans

The NSWRL will engage with fans even more in 2022 with NSWRL TV to showcase 188 games across all formats of the game from the Sydney metropolitan area to regional NSW.

The full schedule of NSWRL TV games in 2022 includes:
- Every match of the SLE Andrew Johns Cup and SLE Laurie Daley Cup;
- Every match of the Men’s and Women’s Country Championships;
- One match every weekend from Harold Matthews Cup, Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup and SG Ball Cup with scope for double headers or triple headers;
- One match every weekend from The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup;
- Marquee events including Country v City and Wheelchair State of Origin.

Read more: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2022/01/2 ... -for-fans/

Junior representative matches to feature on News Limted websites



The next generation of rugby league superstars will be streamed live across The Daily Telegraph for the first time, giving fans a rare glimpse of the talented teenagers taking their first steps towards a professional career.

Three junior elite representative rugby league matches, including a match from the under-17 Harold Matthews Cup, under-19 SG Ball Cup and under-19 female Tarsha Gale Cup, will be broadcast each Saturday following a deal with NSW Rugby League.

LIVE STREAM SCHEDULE

Round 1 (Feb 5):
11am – Canberra Raiders v Illawarra Steelers (Tarsha Gale)
12:30pm – Canberra Raiders v Manly Sea Eagles (Harold Matts)
2pm – Canberra Raiders v Manly Sea Eagles (SG Ball)

Round 2 (Feb 12):
10:30am – Parramatta Eels v Canterbury Bulldogs (Tarsha Gale)
12pm – Parramatta Eels v Canterbury Bulldogs (Harold Matts)
1.30pm – Parramatta Eels v Canterbury Bulldogs (SG Ball)

Round 3 (Feb 19):
12pm – South Sydney Rabbitohs v Newcastle Knights (Tarsha Gale)
1.30pm – South Sydney Rabbitohs v Newcastle Knights (Harold Matts)
3pm – South Sydney Rabbitohs v Newcastle Knights (SG Ball)

Read more: https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport ... 2572ba314d

Not certain, but it sounds an awful lot like News will be transmitting the NSWRL TV games. The Raiders to feature in Round 1 on NSWRL TV by the looks. It's not clear why the NSWRL can't arrange a deal for an organisation like Bar TV Sports to cover every single game. The Raiders' away games are the ones we will really want.
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2022 Round 1 Junior Representatives

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Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders V Illawarra Steelers
Saturday 5 February, 11:00am
Raiders Belconnen, Kippax

Canberra Raiders

1. Alanna Drummet 2. Tikirah-ann Douglas 3. Georgia Willey 4. Roxy Home 5. April Downey 6. Jaxan Blackhall 7. Makayla Morris 8. Amelia Kiriui 9. Tahnee McGregor 10. Hayley Liddle 11. Chloe Doon 12. Maata Alai Lokeni 13. Kayla Fleming

14. Carly Heyman 15. Cassius Delamere 16. Ruby Morrisey 17. Hunter Ings

18. Lila Brewer

Ilawarra Steelers

1. Annabel McDonald 2. Lilli O'Dea 3. Lily Rogan 4. Jordyn Preston 5. Sulieti Ahio 6. Zali Yeo 7. Sian Allen 8. Jemma Gallagher 9. Salma Nour 10. Tiana Kore 11. Mackenzie Lear 12. Taimani Kolomaka 13. April Stevens

14. Brody Preston 15. Sienna Morgan 16. Tully Phillips 19. Maddison D'Ombrain

20. Ella Headrick

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders meet the Illawarra Steelers at home in Round 1 of the 2022 Tarsha Gale Cup competition. The Steelers finished second on the ladder in 2021, but were knocked out by the Sydney Roosters during their finals campaign. Canberra missed the finals last year, winning just two games and drawing one. They ended in seventh place. The two teams have previously met three times, with the Raiders yet to record a victory. The Steelers beat the Raiders 28-16 last year at Kippax - but 2022 is a new year, with plenty of off season turnover in Canberra's playing ranks.

Harold Matthews

Canberra Raiders V Manly Sea Eagles
Saturday 5 February, 12:30pm
Raiders Belconnen, Kippax

Canberra Raiders

1. Lekani Mpaso 2. Samuel Gash 3. Siamani Leuluai 4. Jacob Iosefa 5. Jack Clutterbuck 6. Sam Chapman 7. Brayden O'Reilly 8. Mathias Tomuli-Ah-Kuoi 9. Ethan Alaia 10. Jayden Wolfe 11. Noah Martin 16. Jed Reardon 13. Owen Hromow

14. Xavier Cacciotti 15. Noah Nilleen 18. Beniel Dakunibubului 19. Elvis Nauer-Wood

12. Johah Anderson 17. Kyle McDermott

Manly Sea Eagles

1. Lehi Hopoate 2. Nepote Taufa 3. Maxwell Taotua 4. TBA 5. Charlie Poynton 6. TBA 7. Jackson Cahill-Smith 10 Rene Bagon 9. William Benn 10. TBA 11. TBA 12. Roy Quiroz-Mapusua 13. Mitchell Taotua

14. Jake Fulton 15. Zedrick Tuupulua 16 Simione Laiafi 18. Julius Pula

22. Isaia Tu'ifua

AT A GLANCE: The 2021 season is one that the Raiders' Harold Matthews team would have been happy to put behind them. They finished with the wooden spoon and failed to record a single win. In contrast, their opponents on Saturday, the Manly Sea Eagles finished as minor premiers - and were undefeated on their path to victory in the Grand Final. They beat the Parramatta Eels, 24-12, in the decider. As with the Tarsha Gale Cup squad, the Raiders will have a fresh line up in 2022, with a number of key players graduating to the SG Ball team. Many of the newcomers have come through the district representative teams, the Riverina Bulls and Monaro Colts. Canberra has lost in their previous two encounters with the Sea Eagles - 28-22, at Kippax in 2019 and 50-10 at HE Laybutt Field in 2018.

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders V Manly Sea Eagles
Saturday 5 February, 2:00pm
Raiders Belconnen, Kippax

Canberra Raiders

1. Jack Sandford 5. Jack Poidevin 3. TBA 4. Kane Rushton 2. TBA 6. Calab Edwards 7. Blake Metcalfe 8. Taulauniuotagaloa Mariota 9. Stan Iongi 10. Eneseli Kamuta 11. Kaden Williams 12. Thomas Carey 13. Mitchell Prest

15. Tane Kiriona 16. Brock Sing 17. Matthew Wheatley 18. Clay Sing

19. Jett Liu 21. Jacob Piper

Manly Sea Eagles

1. Charlie Thompson 2. Luke Tucker 3. TBA 4. Josh Feledy 5. Ashton Kolinisau 6. Latu Fainu 7. TBA 8. Hatcher Hatcher 9. Daniel O'Donnell 10. Caleb Navale 11. Samuela Fainu 12. Dylan Coutts 13. TBA

14. Kobe Fulton 15. Ollie Cummins 16. Tainiu Quiroz-Mapusua 17. Epeli Lavaki

18. Noa Faatui 20. Antonio Taufa 21. Drew Williams 22. Eli Sagala

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders won their fourth SG Ball title in 2021, defeating the Illawarra Steelers, 18-14, in an enthralling Grand Final at Leichhardt Oval. The team was littered with prospective first graders - the likes of Xavier Savage, Trey Mooney, Caleb Esera, Clay Webb and Michael Asomua. However, those players have moved up in the Raiders' ranks this year, with Savage and Mooney promoted into the top 30 NRL squad. There'll be plenty of work ahead for the new combination.

The team lists are difficult to decipher, but we are assuming Prinston Esera, the brother of Caleb, will play at centre and Jacob Piper on the wing. There are some other players to watch bustling forward Nui Mariota, the brother of Ata and Kiwi hooker Stan Iongi. Good prospects like half Blake Metcalfe and second rower Kaden Williams have returned to the fold. Jack Sandford and Mitch Prest are the only players backing up from the 2021 Grand Final squad. The Sea Eagles will likely be tough opposition. They finished second on the ladder in 2021 in this grade, and were premiers in Harold Matthews. This Saturday, we will see a re-match of last year's Grand Final qualifier - won by the Raiders 20-18 at Leichhardt. What a thriller that was. Hopefully, this will be another great game. If you're in Canberra, make sure you get out to Kippax on Saturday.

The Raiders' district teams, the Riverina Bulls and Monaro Colts, meet at McLean Oval at Harden on Sunday, in the Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cups.

Andrew Johns Cup

Riverina Bulls V Monaro Colts
Sunday 6 February, 10:00am
McLean Oval, Harden

Riverina Bulls

1. Darcey O'Toole 2. Lachlan Field 3. Nicholas Powderly 4. Jake Cayfe 5. Detroy McKellar 6. Lachlan Cole 7. Cohen Benson 8. Matthew Chant 9. Billey Maher 10. Maxwell Warr 11. Malakai Charles 12. Harvey Gay 13. Zakaia Lewis

14. Rusty Kenningale 15. Dylan Bendall 16. Callum Rossiter 17. Cody Wood

18. Joseph Hill

Monaro Colts

1. Josef Medina 2. Brady Smith 3. Harry Hudson 4. Toby Ferris 5. Zac Warner 6. Brady McCallum 7. Lucas McPherson 8. Alex Hardy 9. Mitchell Brophy 10. Dylan Watkins 11. Joseph Elton 12. Archie Duncombe 13. Brock Apolevski

14. Darnell Nye 15. Jesse Milan 16. Cohan Stonham 17. Hayden Collings

18. Lachlan Cunanan

Laurie Daley Cup

Riverina Bulls V Monaro Colts
Sunday 6 February, 11:20am
McLean Oval, Harden

Riverina Bulls

1. Riley Powderly 2. Max Harland 3. Dylan Warner-Chilstone 4. TBA 5. Dan James 6. Cooper Emonson 7. Will McDermott 8. Jack Neyland 9. Semisi Liu 10. Sam Neale 11. Joseph Roddy 12. Kye Wright 13. Clay Sing

14. Samuel Burley 15. Zac Treglown 16. Angus Clark 17. Daniel Parisotto

18. Billy Corcoran

Monaro Colts

1. TBA 2. Regan Carr 3. Darcey Bush 4. Cole Taylor 5. Hunter Marsh 6. George Wood 7. Jesse Eljuga 8. Max Miller 9. TBA 10. Jordan Eti 11. Jye Smith 12. Gus Young 13. Noah Mills

14. Riley Shaw 15. Lane Davis 16, Hayden Whitton 17. Kai Holt

18. Sean Ward
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That TBA bloke seems to be doing double duty
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Matt wrote: February 1, 2022, 5:53 pm That TBA bloke seems to be doing double duty
The NSWRL site really is a horrible mess.
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Seven 2021 SG Ball premiership winners now training with NRL squad



The junior reps 2022 season kicks off this Saturday, with all three Canberra Raiders sides in action at Raiders Belconnen. Raiders premiership winning SG Ball coach Ash Barnes says that winning competitions is great but having players pushing through the grades is far more important.

“Our number one goal is to develop players and see them go through the grades. To have an NRL debutant in Xavier last year and Trey being 18th man a number of times was really pleasing to see," Barnes said.

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2022/02 ... view-2022/

Sea Eagles ready to back up historic season in 2022: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2022/02/0 ... n-in-2022/

The Daily Telegraph will show Raiders v Sea Eagles/Steelers (subscription). NSWRL TV will be showing Roosters v Eels in Tarsha Gale and Harold Matthews Cup.

All of the matches for the Monaro Colts and Riverina Bulls will be shown on NSWRL TV, starting on Sunday, when our two regional teams face off.

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Welcome to our coverage of todays Round 1 Junior Representative matches of 2022 at Raiders Belconnen. First up we have the Canberra Raiders up against the Illawarra Steelers in Tarsha Gale Cup. This post will update with live scores from 11am. Here are the final teams:

Canberra Raiders

1. Alanna Drummet 2. Tikirah-ann Douglas 3. Georgia Willey 4. Roxy Horne 5. April Downey 6. Jaxan Blackhall 7. Makayla Morris 8. Amelia Kiriui 9. Tahnee McGregor 10. Hayley Liddle 11. Chloe Doon 12. Maata Alai Lokeni 13. Kayla Fleming

14. Carly Heyman 15. Cassius Delamere 16. Ruby Morrisey 17. Hunter Ings

18. Lila Brewer

Ilawarra Steelers

1. Annabel McDonald 5. Sulieti Ahio 4. Jordyn Preston 19. Maddison D'Ombrain 20. Taleisha Love 3. Lily Rogan 7. Sian Allen 8. Jemma Gallagher 9. Salma Nour 10. Tiana Kore 11. Mackenzie Lear 12. Taimani Kolomaka 13. April Stevens

2. Lily O’Dea 14. Brody Preston 15. Sienna Morgan 16. Tully Phillips

22. Lily Gibson



Canberra Raiders 22

Tries
Georgia Willey 6’
Maata Alai Lokeni 15’
Roxy Horne 34’
Roxy Horne 45’

Goals
Makayla Morris 6’
Makayla Morris 34’
Makayla Morris 45’

Illawarra Steelers 36

Tries
Jordan Preston 8’
Annabel McDonald 18’
Jordyn Preston 21’
Lily O’Dea 38’
Salma Nour 52’
Salma Nour 58’
Salma Nour 60’

Goals
Lily Rogan 21’
Lily Rogan 52’
Lily Rogan 58’
Lily Rogan 60’

HALF TIME Illawarra Steelers 14 led Canberra Raiders 10
FULL TIME Illawarra Steelers 36 defeated Canberra Raiders 22

The match was a lot closer than the final scores indicated, with the Steelers scoring two late tries.
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Harold Matthews is up next! Canberra Raiders v Manly Sea Eagles. Live scores here from 12:30pm. Here are the final teams:

Canberra Raiders

1. Lekani Mpaso 2. Samuel Gash 3. Siamani Leuluai 4. Jacob Iosefa 5. Jack Clutterbuck 7. Brayden O'Reilly 6. Sam Chapman 8. Mathias Tomuli-Ah-Kuoi 14. Xavier Cacciotti 19. Elvis Nauer-Wood 11. Noah Martin 16. Jed Reardon 13. Owen Hromow

9. Ethan Alaia 10. Jayden Wolfe 15. Noah Nilleen 18. Beniel Dakunibubului

Manly Sea Eagles

1. Lehi Hopoate 2. Nepote Taufa 3. Maxwell Taotua 4. Thomas Klem 5. Charlie Poynton 6. Tuaomaliemavaitoelau Patea 7. Jackson Cahill-Smith 10 Rene Bagon 9. William Benn 10. Rene Bagon 11. Cayden Close 12. Roy Quiroz-Mapusua 13. Mitchell Taotua

14. Jake Fulton 15. Zedrick Tuupulua 16 Simione Laiafi 18. Julius Pula

21. Dayshawn Lyden 22. Isaia Tu'ifua
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We’re underway in Harold Matthews! Manly knock on from the kick off!
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2nd min TRY RAIDERS first set after the Manly error. Noah Martin the try scorer. No conversion Samuel Gash.

Raiders 4-0
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7th min TRY RAIDERS Elvis is in the house! They just crash over under the posts! Elvis Nauer-Wood Is the scorer. Samuel Gash converts. Raiders 10-0.
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This Manly team is HUGE.
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17th min What a try saver in the corner from the Raiders! Still 10-0, but the size advantage of the Sea Eagles is causing problems.
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21st min TRY RAIDERS to big prop Mathias Tomuli-Ah-Kuoi under the posts. Manly a bigger and stronger but errors are costing them. Samuel Gash converts.

Raiders 16-0
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28th min TRY SEA EAGLES after a string of penalties and repeat sets in the Raiders’ red zone. Tuaomaliemavaitoelau Patea the try scorer. Jackson Cahill-Smith converted.

Raiders 16-6

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Sea Eagles kick off to start the second half in Harold Matthews.
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41st min TRY RAIDERS Great kick through from the the five eighth and second rower Noah Martin chased hard and just grounded it inside the dead ball line! No conversion from wide out.

Raiders 20-6
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46th min TRY RAIDERS to Mathias Tomuli-Ah-Kuoi under the posts. His second for the day. Great attack down the left edge from the Raiders in the lead up. Siamani Leuluai converts. This is a great effort from the Raiders’ small men.

Raiders 26-6
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Final line ups for SG Ball:

Canberra Raiders

1. Jack Sandford 2. Corey Lewis 3. Prinston Esera 4. Kane Rushton 5. Jack Poidevin 6. Calab Edwards 7. Blake Metcalfe 8. Taulauniuotagaloa Mariota 9. Stan Iongi 10. Eneseli Kamuta 12. Thomas Carey 18. Clay Sing 13. Mitchell Prest

16. Brock Sing 17. Matthew Wheatley 19. Jett Liu 21. Jacob Piper

14. Jack Craig

Manly Sea Eagles

1. Charlie Thompson 2. Luke Tucker 4. Josh Feledy 22. Eli Sagala 5. Ashton Kolinisau 6. Latu Fainu 7. Tylor
Bunting 8. Hatcher Hatcher 9. Daniel O'Donnell 10. Caleb Navale 11. Samuela Fainu 12. Dylan Coutts 13. Jonathan Chan

14. Kobe Fulton 15. Ollie Cummins 16. Tainiu Quiroz-Mapusua 17. Epeli Lavaki
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54th min TRY RAIDERS HAT TRICK for Mathias Tomuli-Ah-Kuoi! Sam Gash converts. The small men on the left edge making great inroads. Sea Eagles have a man in the bin, professional foul in try scoring position.

Raiders 32-6

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Physical altercation on the sidelines involving female spectator(s) sitting in the first row behind the fence and members of the Manly Harold Matthews team. Lots of pushing and shoving, most of team was involved trying to bring others or one other under control. Looked like a melee.
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The Sea Eagles kick off in SG Ball. We are underway!

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15th min TRY RAIDERS They dive over from dummy half. Stan Iongi gets his first try in green. Blake Metcalfe converts from virtually in front. The Sea Eagles have been looking dangerous in attack, throwing lots of forward passes, some of which are being picked up.

Raiders 6-0
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