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Edrick Lee of the Raiders during the Round 26 NRL match between the Parramatta Eels and the Canberra Raiders at Pirtek Stadium on September 6, 2015 in Parramatta, Australia. Digital Image by Mark Nolan.

Here are all the numbers from the Raiders thrilling 28-24 Golden Point win over the Parramatta Eels at Pirtek Stadium yesterday.

Metre Eaters:

1. David Shillington 167 metres 

2. Jarrod Croker 165 metres

3. Josh Papalii 151 metres

Top Tacklers:

1. Shaun Fensom 44 tackles

2. Jarrad Kennedy 43 tackles

3. David Shillington 37 tackles

Most Creative:

1. Jordan Rapana 1 try assist and 1 line break assist

2. Sam Williams 1 try assist and 1 line break assist

3. Kurt Baptiste 1 try assist and 1 line break assist

Second Phase Play:

1. David Shillington, Sisa Waqa, Sam Williams & Paul Vaughan 1 offload


In total, the Raiders registered four offloads whilst the Eels had nine.

Damaging Runners:

1. Edrick Lee 2 line breaks and 4 tackle busts

2. Jarrod Croker, Brenko Lee, Josh Hodgson, David Shillington 1 line break

3. David Shillington 5 tackle busts

Line Breaks:

Both teams made six line breaks each

Kick Metres:

1. Sam Williams 9 kicks for 287 metres

2. Mitch Cornish 5 kicks for 185 metres

3. Jordan Rapana 2 kicks for 26 metres

4. Josh Hodgson 1 kick for 56 metres

Possession Rate:

The Raiders only had 37% of possession compared to the Eels 63%

Completion Rate:

The Raiders completed 29 out of 42 sets for a completion rate of 69%, whilst the Eels had a completion rate of 70% (26/37).


The Raiders registered 13 errors whilst the Eels had 15.

Line Drop Outs:

The Raiders were forced to perform 6 line drop outs, whilst the Eels were forced to perform none.

Missed Tackles:

The Raiders missed 36 tackles, whilst the Eels 26.

Penalties Conceded:

Both sides conceded6 penalties each.

*Statistics provided by ProZone Sports.

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.