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Digital Image Grant Trouville  © : Jack Wighton  : NRL Rugby League Round 24 - Cronulla Sharks v Canberra Raiders at Remondis Stadium Sunday the 24th of August 2014.

Here are the leading stats from the Raiders v Sharks match yesterday at Remondis Stadium. All the best runners, tacklers and most creative players.

Metre Eaters:

1. Jack Wighton 181 metres

2. Paul Vaughan 174 metres

3. Jarrod Croker 152 metres

Top Tacklers:

1. Glen Buttriss 37 tackles

2. Jarrad Kennedy 33 tackles

3. Joel Edwards 31 tackles

Missed Tackles:

The Raiders missed 37 tackles compared to the 31 missed by the Sharks.

Most Creative:

1. Anthony Milford 2 try assist

2. Jack Wighton 1 try assist

3. Mitchell Cornish 1 try assist

Second Phase Play:

1. Josh McCrone and Dane Tilse 2 offloads each

2. Jack Wighton, Jarrod Croker, Edrick Lee, Anthony Milford, Mitch Cornish, Paul Vaughan 1 offload each

Damaging Runners:

1. Jack Wighton 8 tackle breaks 1 line break

2. Jarrod Croker 5 tackle breaks and 3 line breaks

3. Bill Tupou 5 tackle breaks

Line Breaks:

The Raiders made four line breaks to the Sharks three, with Jarrod Croker making an impressive three of the Raiders four line breaks.

Kick Metres:

1. Anthony Milford 8 kicks for 168 metres

2. Mitch Cornish 6 kicks for 173 metres

3. Josh McCrone 4 kicks for 88 metres

Possession Rate:

The Raiders had a slightly higher possession rate with 51% of the ball throughout the match

Completion Rate:

The Raiders completed 24 out of 35 sets for a completion rate of 69%. Conversely, the Sharks had a completion rate of 70%

Penalties Conceded:

The Raiders conceded 7 penalties whilst the Sharks also conceded 7.


The Raiders made 14 errors compared to the 13 registered by the Sharks

Statistics courtesy of NRL Stats.

Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.