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Photo by Jonathan Ng copyright : Dane Tilse running the ball during NRL Rugby League, Round 25 Canberra Raiders v Wests Tigers at GIO Stadium, Saturday 30th of August 2014.

Metre Eaters:

1. Jack Wighton 193 metres

2. Paul Vaughan 145 metres

3. Bill Tupou 132 metres

Top Tacklers:

1. Joel Edwards 33 tackles

2. Dane Tilse 28 tackles

3. Glen Buttriss 27 tackles

Missed Tackles:

Canberra missed 32 tackles in total whilst Wests missed 33.

Most Creative:

1. Anthony Milford 1 try assist and 1 line break assists

2. Mitchell Cornish, Edrick Lee and Bill Tupou 1 try assist

3. Jarrod Croker 1 line break assist

Second Phase Play:

1. Jarrod Croker 2 offloads

2. Shannon Boyd, Joel Edwards, Jeremy Hawkins, Josh McCrone, Kyle O’Donnell and Dane Tilse 1 offload

Line Breaks:

Canberra registered 4 line breaks whilst Wests managed to break the Raiders line on 3 occasions.

Damaging Runners:

1. Jack Wighton 2 line breaks and 7 tackle breaks

2. Josh Papalii 1 line break and 6 tackle breaks

3. Bill Tupou 1 line break and 1 tackle break

Kick Metres:

1. Mitch Cornish 8 kicks for 270 metres

2. Anthony Milford 9 kicks for 247 metres

3. Josh McCrone 1 kick for 60 metres

Possession Rate:

Canberra enjoyed 53% of possession.

Completion Rate:

The Raiders completed 32 out of 40 sets for a completion rate of 80%. Conversely, the Tigers had a completion rate of 58%.

Penalties Conceded:

The Raiders conceded 5 penalties compared to the 8 conceded by the Tigers.


The Raiders registered 9 errors, half the number registered by the Tigers.


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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.