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The Canberra Raiders are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from the city of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. They compete in Australasia's elite rugby league competition, the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership. The Raiders' current home ground is Canberra Stadium in Bruce, Australian Capital Territory. Previously, the team played home matches at Seiffert Oval in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, with the move to Canberra Stadium taking place in 1990. The official symbol for the Canberra Raiders is the Viking. The Viking, also a mascot at Raiders' games, is known as Victor the Viking.

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Jordan Rapana says Canberra Raiders brotherhood the secret to success - The Canberra Times

Jordan Rapana says the secret to the Canberra Raiders' success is simple - the Green Machine "brotherhood" is so tight they will do everything it takes to avoid letting their teammates down.

Rapana says the Raiders never feel like they're out of a contest, and one needn't look any further than captain courageous Jarrod Croker's stunning try-saving tackle on Roger Tuivasa-Sheck in round seven for evidence.

The Raiders brotherhood is behind their success. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong The Raiders brotherhood is behind their success. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong

The Raiders were once renowned for switching off during games and letting the opposition back into the contest - but that seems to be a thing of the past.

The Raiders have become accustomed to grinding out games for 80 minutes and Rapana says even when they are down by huge margins the belief in the group never fades.

"We enjoy playing with each other, we've got a brotherhood...


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Canberra Raiders forward Luke Bateman calls fans to knock off work early to watch Friday's NRL clash - The Canberra Times

To paraphrase former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke, any boss who sacks anyone for leaving work early to watch the Canberra Raiders on Friday is a bum.

The Raiders have the early timeslot against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and players have issued a call to arms for fans to knock off work early on Friday to catch the 6pm kickoff at Canberra Stadium.

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Canberra Raiders CEO Don Furner says synthetic pitch would be a 'big jump' and need NRL approval - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders chief executive Don Furner says a synthetic surface would be a big jump in Australian sport and it would need NRL approval to use it.

The ACT government's proposed Civic Stadium, where that synthetic pitch could be laid, isn't the only thing back on the agenda with the Raiders investigating a community model to help build their $19 million headquarters at Braddon.

Raiders CEO Don Furner believes a synthetic surface would be a "big jump". Raiders CEO Don Furner believes a synthetic surface would be a "big jump". Photo: Colleen Petch

The Green Machine were hoping for a massive home crowd when they host Manly at Canberra Stadium on Friday night, especially given they will have just one home game in the following eight weeks.

A combination of away games and byes means they will host the Sydney Roosters in round 12 on May 28 before the Brisbane Broncos come to Canberra on June 24.

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Souths 24, Brisbane 25

Brisbane hold on to win, but Souths will well and truly feel like they lost that game. After battling back into the contest, it was see-sawing until the very end but Anthony Milford's clutch field goal was enough to win it. There were gigantic question marks over both the final try of the game and the field goal, which, on replay, looks like it was clearly knocked on by Milford before he slotted it through. I'm sure we'll hear more from Michael Maguire after the game - thanks for following along, we'll see you next time. 

Souths spread it left and Jennings goes into touch!

Game over. Not sure why they didn't attempt a field goal from right in front with a chance to tie the game. 

Gillett of all people drills it into touch and Souths will have to go 80 metres. 

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Canberra Raiders Cup: Belconnen United Sharks v Woden Valley Rams - The Canberra Times

After two big losses to start the season, the Belconnen United Sharks are starting to absorb some of the grit that characterised their coach's NRL career.

They might've still lost, but Sharks coach Scott Logan was much happier with the fight shown in their 26-22 loss to the Woden Valley Rams at O'Connor on Saturday.

Belconnen Sharks prop Brandon Nangaiti had an injury scare. Belconnen Sharks prop Brandon Nangaiti had an injury scare.  Photo: Rohan Thomson

Logan was a big-hearted prop for the Canberra Raiders, Sydney Roosters and South Sydney over his 174-game NRL career and he was hoping some of that fight would rub off on his charges.

He retired as a player at the end of the 2010 season before joining St George Illawarra as an assistant coach.

Now he's back in Canberra and has the task of rebuilding the Sharks after a tough couple of seasons for the club.

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Canberra Raiders recruitment boss Peter Mulholland will start ... - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders recruitment boss Peter Mulholland will meet with coach Ricky Stuart and chief executive Don Furner this week as they start to look towards bolstering their depth for next season.

But Mulholland thought it was unlikely they would sign any players before this season's June 30 deadline.

Raiders recruitment manager Peter Mulholland says it's unlikely they'll bring anyone in before June 30. Raiders recruitment manager Peter Mulholland says it's unlikely they'll bring anyone in before June 30. 

He will spend the next 6-8 weeks casting his eye over the Green Machine's squad, including their players at NSW Cup side Mounties and their under-20s, with a view to the future and what areas they might need to bolster.

Salary cap pressure forced the Raiders to offload winger Edrick Lee and workhorse Shaun Fensom before the season started.

At the time, Mulholland said they'd look for a utility back, but the success of rookie winger Nick Cotric has meant that hasn't been a...


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Canberra Raiders Junior Paulo believes he scored in golden-point loss to Manly Sea Eagle - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders star Junior Paulo believes he scored a controversially disallowed try during the Green Machine's dramatic golden-point loss to Manly on Friday night.

But the prop said there's no point dwelling on the incident with his side preparing for a blockbuster clash against the Canterbury Bulldogs in Sydney on Saturday.

Canberra Raiders v Manly Sea Eagles at Canberra Stadium Junior Paulo. Canberra Raiders v Manly Sea Eagles at Canberra Stadium Junior Paulo. Photo: Rohan Thomson

Paulo was ruled to be held up in the 11th minute at Canberra Stadium in a game that went to extra time before Manly prevailed with a Dylan Walker penalty goal.

"All it needs is a blade of grass doesn't it, I believe I got the ball down but maybe it just wasn't our night," Paulo said.

"Toots [Jarrod Croker] as well, he slipped over, so there were plenty of opportunities for us to win the game but you can't think too much about it, we've just got to get on with...


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The Canberra Times sport podcast: Raiders' golden heartbreak and ... - The Canberra Times

It might technically have been the right call to award the penalty that cost the Canberra Raiders the game, but was it in the spirit of the law?

Manly's heartbreaking golden-point victory over the Green Machine took some of the gloss off winger Jordan Rapana's miraculous try, but it won't stop the Raiders winger from waltzing into the New Zealand team for the Anzac Test next month.

Raiders suffered a heasrt-breaking loss to the Sea Eagles. Raiders suffered a heasrt-breaking loss to the Sea Eagles. Photo: Mark Nolan

After a promising first-half, the ACT Brumbies were completely overrun by the Wellington Hurricanes in the second as the quagmire of Kiwi dominance continued.

They face another Kiwi team this week, the Auckland Blues, and Sonny Bill Williams will come to Canberra with him.

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A Canberra A-League bid is uncovered as Canberra's Carl Valeri gets ready for the A-League finals.

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Canberra Raiders' Josh Papalii hoping to named in Australian side with Jarrod Croker or Joey Leilua - Brisbane Times

 Canberra Raiders wrecking ball Josh Papalii is hoping to named in Mal Meninga's Australian side on Wednesday alongside club teammates Jarrod Croker or Joey Leilua.

The Kangaroos will host New Zealand in the Anzac Test at Canberra Stadium on May 5 in fixture that could feature several Raiders.

Raiders' star Josh Papalii [pictured] is hoping to named in Australian team alongside Jarrod Croker or Joey Leilua. Raiders' star Josh Papalii [pictured] is hoping to named in Australian team alongside Jarrod Croker or Joey Leilua. Photo: Mark Nolan

Papalii missed the Four Nations through injury but his stellar form this season is expected to see the gun second-rower picked in Maninga's squad alongside fellow Raiders big man Shannon Boyd.

"I can only hope. Obviously I've just got to let my footy do the talking and if they select me they do and if not I've just got to play better," Papalii said.

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Canberra Raiders forward Luke Bateman calls fans to knock off work early to watch Friday's NRL clash - The Canberra Times

To paraphrase former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke, any boss who sacks anyone for leaving work early to watch the Canberra Raiders on Friday is a bum.

The Raiders have the early timeslot against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and players have issued a call to arms for fans to knock off work early on Friday to catch the 6pm kickoff at Canberra Stadium.

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Jordan Rapana says Canberra Raiders brotherhood the secret to success - The Canberra Times

Jordan Rapana says the secret to the Canberra Raiders' success is simple - the Green Machine "brotherhood" is so tight they will do everything it takes to avoid letting their teammates down.

Rapana says the Raiders never feel like they're out of a contest, and one needn't look any further than captain courageous Jarrod Croker's stunning try-saving tackle on Roger Tuivasa-Sheck in round seven for evidence.

The Raiders brotherhood is behind their success. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong The Raiders brotherhood is behind their success. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong

The Raiders were once renowned for switching off during games and letting the opposition back into the contest - but that seems to be a thing of the past.

The Raiders have become accustomed to grinding out games for 80 minutes and Rapana says even when they are down by huge margins the belief in the group never fades.

"We enjoy playing with each other, we've got a brotherhood...


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Canberra Raiders CEO Don Furner says synthetic pitch would be a 'big jump' and need NRL approval - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders chief executive Don Furner says a synthetic surface would be a big jump in Australian sport and it would need NRL approval to use it.

The ACT government's proposed Civic Stadium, where that synthetic pitch could be laid, isn't the only thing back on the agenda with the Raiders investigating a community model to help build their $19 million headquarters at Braddon.

Raiders CEO Don Furner believes a synthetic surface would be a "big jump". Raiders CEO Don Furner believes a synthetic surface would be a "big jump". Photo: Colleen Petch

The Green Machine were hoping for a massive home crowd when they host Manly at Canberra Stadium on Friday night, especially given they will have just one home game in the following eight weeks.

A combination of away games and byes means they will host the Sydney Roosters in round 12 on May 28 before the Brisbane Broncos come to Canberra on June 24.

Fairfax Media revealed last week chief minister Andrew Barr was...


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Canberra Raiders surge to NRL title second favouritism but Ricky Stuart not impressed - Fox Sports

THE Green Machine has clicked into gear, impressing the bookmakers enough to make them second favourites to lift the NRL trophy.

That doesn’t impress Raiders coach Ricky Stuart, who denies his side is “a serious threat.”

Canberra have the chance to power further ahead on the table against Manly at GIO Stadium on Friday night.

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Souths 24, Brisbane 25

Brisbane hold on to win, but Souths will well and truly feel like they lost that game. After battling back into the contest, it was see-sawing until the very end but Anthony Milford's clutch field goal was enough to win it. There were gigantic question marks over both the final try of the game and the field goal, which, on replay, looks like it was clearly knocked on by Milford before he slotted it through. I'm sure we'll hear more from Michael Maguire after the game - thanks for following along, we'll see you next time. 

Souths spread it left and Jennings goes into touch!

Game over. Not sure why they didn't attempt a field goal from right in front with a chance to tie the game. 

Gillett of all people drills it into touch and Souths will have to go 80 metres. 

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Canberra Raiders recruitment boss Peter Mulholland will start ... - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders recruitment boss Peter Mulholland will meet with coach Ricky Stuart and chief executive Don Furner this week as they start to look towards bolstering their depth for next season.

But Mulholland thought it was unlikely they would sign any players before this season's June 30 deadline.

Raiders recruitment manager Peter Mulholland says it's unlikely they'll bring anyone in before June 30. Raiders recruitment manager Peter Mulholland says it's unlikely they'll bring anyone in before June 30. 

He will spend the next 6-8 weeks casting his eye over the Green Machine's squad, including their players at NSW Cup side Mounties and their under-20s, with a view to the future and what areas they might need to bolster.

Salary cap pressure forced the Raiders to offload winger Edrick Lee and workhorse Shaun Fensom before the season started.

At the time, Mulholland said they'd look for a utility back, but the success of rookie winger Nick Cotric has meant that hasn't been a...


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Canberra Raiders Cup: Belconnen United Sharks v Woden Valley Rams - The Canberra Times

After two big losses to start the season, the Belconnen United Sharks are starting to absorb some of the grit that characterised their coach's NRL career.

They might've still lost, but Sharks coach Scott Logan was much happier with the fight shown in their 26-22 loss to the Woden Valley Rams at O'Connor on Saturday.

Belconnen Sharks prop Brandon Nangaiti had an injury scare. Belconnen Sharks prop Brandon Nangaiti had an injury scare.  Photo: Rohan Thomson

Logan was a big-hearted prop for the Canberra Raiders, Sydney Roosters and South Sydney over his 174-game NRL career and he was hoping some of that fight would rub off on his charges.

He retired as a player at the end of the 2010 season before joining St George Illawarra as an assistant coach.

Now he's back in Canberra and has the task of rebuilding the Sharks after a tough couple of seasons for the club.

Belconnen lost the opening two rounds by a combined margin of 110 points, but...


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The Canberra Times sport podcast: Raiders' golden heartbreak and Brumbies get ditched - The Canberra Times

It might technically have been the right call to award the penalty that cost the Canberra Raiders the game, but was it in the spirit of the law?

Manly's heartbreaking golden-point victory over the Green Machine took some of the gloss off winger Jordan Rapana's miraculous try, but it won't stop the Raiders winger from waltzing into the New Zealand team for the Anzac Test next month.

Raiders suffered a heasrt-breaking loss to the Sea Eagles. Raiders suffered a heasrt-breaking loss to the Sea Eagles. Photo: Mark Nolan

After a promising first-half, the ACT Brumbies were completely overrun by the Wellington Hurricanes in the second as the quagmire of Kiwi dominance continued.

They face another Kiwi team this week, the Auckland Blues, and Sonny Bill Williams will come to Canberra with him.

Is SBW myth or a true super star?

A Canberra A-League bid is uncovered as Canberra's Carl Valeri gets ready for the A-League finals.

Manuka Oval is also...


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Ex-Canberra Raiders captains expect Manly loss to make them ... - The Canberra Times

They might be hurting now, but two former Canberra Raiders captains expect the Green Machine's heart-breaking, golden-point loss to Manly to make them "want it more".

The Raiders have struggled in close games over the past few years, winning just seven of their 26 matches decided by six points or less since 2014.

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Canberra Raiders forward Luke Bateman calls fans to knock off work early to watch Friday's NRL clash - The Canberra Times

To paraphrase former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke, any boss who sacks anyone for leaving work early to watch the Canberra Raiders on Friday is a bum.

The Raiders have the early timeslot against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and players have issued a call to arms for fans to knock off work early on Friday to catch the 6pm kickoff at Canberra Stadium.

Tigers win ends turbulent week

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Jordan Rapana says Canberra Raiders brotherhood the secret to success - The Canberra Times

Jordan Rapana says the secret to the Canberra Raiders' success is simple - the Green Machine "brotherhood" is so tight they will do everything it takes to avoid letting their teammates down.

Rapana says the Raiders never feel like they're out of a contest, and one needn't look any further than captain courageous Jarrod Croker's stunning try-saving tackle on Roger Tuivasa-Sheck in round seven for evidence.

The Raiders brotherhood is behind their success. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong The Raiders brotherhood is behind their success. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong

The Raiders were once renowned for switching off during games and letting the opposition back into the contest - but that seems to be a thing of the past.

The Raiders have become accustomed to grinding out games for 80 minutes and Rapana says even when they are down by huge margins the belief in the group never fades.

"We enjoy playing with each other, we've got a brotherhood...


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Round 8
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14 - 38 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 April 2015, 7:45pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 18,521
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 28 - 32 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,102
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 - 26 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,518
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 12 - 14 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 25 April 2015, 4:00pm Allianz Stadium (Nine Network) 35,110
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 10 - 12 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 25 April 2015, 6:00pm AAMI Park (Fox Sports) 13,948
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 28 - 16 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 25 April 2015, 8:00pm Suncorp Stadium (Fox Sports) 34,398
Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 26 - 18 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 26 April 2015, 2:00pm Pepper Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,798
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 22 - 30 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 26 April 2015, 4:00pm Barlow Park (Nine Network) 8,713

 

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9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
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