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Raiders’ fans will have the opportunity to earn their stripes and win some amazing prizes this season, all thanks to Defence Housing Australia (DHA).

The prizes range from Raiders merchandise vouchers to spend at Raiders Shop, to a 14-night P&O South Pacific cruise for a family of four, worth more than $10,000!

There are three ‘challenges’ that will be run over the season, with great prizes up for grabs for completing each challenge. The entry period for the first challenge starts this Saturday at the Raiders v Roosters match (12 March), and finishes on the 22 April.

Canberra Raiders head coach Ricky Stuart is the face of the Earn Your Stripes campaign, as he instructs fans to get on board and complete the challenges he has set. 

“DHA has been a valued supporter of the Canberra Raiders for many years. The Earn Your Stripes promotion is a great initiative to increase the number of fans at our games,” Stuart said.

“I encourage everybody to enter the competition, as there are some truly great prizes up for grabs. Hopefully we will see lots of supporters being a part of ‘Earn Your Stripes’ at GIO Stadium this Saturday.”

The first of three challenges is: 

Fans are to take a photo of themselves watching the Canberra Raiders playing a home game against either the Sydney Roosters or Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks. The photo can be taken either watching the game at home on TV or at GIO Stadium during the game.

The Raiders play the Roosters this Saturday, so make sure you have your selfie skills ready for the challenge. The Raiders will play the Sharks in Round 7, Sunday 17 April.

The first 25 valid entries drawn for the first challenge will each win a $100 Raiders Shop voucher!

More information will be posted on the second and third challenges throughout the season.

To find out more and sign up, go to

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