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Despite losing to the Titans, Josh Hodgson was at his creative best on Saturday. The English representative made early inroads into the Titans defense with two try assists, one line break and one line break assist.

Jordan Rapana was also ever present for the Raiders, running a total of 143m with three tackle busts and three offloads.

Metre Eaters:

1. Paul Vaughan 146m

2. Jordan Rapana 143m

3. Josh Papalii 139m

Top Tacklers:

1. Shaun Fensom 45 tackles

2. Josh Hodgson 42 tackles

3. Sia Soliola 40 tackles

Most Creative:

1. Josh Hodgson 2 try assists and 1 linebreak assists

2. Sam Williams 1 try assist

3. Jack Wighton 1 linebreak assist

Second Phase Play:

1. Jack Wighton, Jordan Rapana 3 offloads

2. Elliot Whitehead 2 offloads

3. Paul Vaughan 1 offload


In total, the Raiders registered 9 offloads whilst the Titans had 13.

Damaging Runners:

1. Elliot Whitehead 1 linebreak and 5 tackle busts

2. Paul Vaughan 1 linebreak and 4 tackle busts

3. Jordan Rapana 1 linebreak and 3 tackle busts

Line Breaks:

In total, the Raiders made 5 linebreaks whilst the Titans had 4

Kick Metres:

1. Sam Williams had 11 kicks for 238 metres

2. Jack Wighton had 2 kicks for 86 metres

3. Josh Hodgson had 2 kicks for 82 metres

Possession Rate:

The Raiders and the Titans shared the football with both sides having 50% possession.

Completion Rate:

The Raiders completed 27 out of 37 sets for a completion rate of 73%, whilst the Titans had a completion rate of 83.8% (31/37).


The Raiders registered 12 errors whilst the Titans made seven.

Line Drop Outs:

The Raiders had two line dropouts whilst the Titans had one.

Missed Tackles:

The Raiders missed 19 tackles, whilst the Titans missed 31.

Penalties Conceded:

The Raiders conceded eight penalties whilst the Titans conceded 10. 

*Statistics provided by ProZone Sports.

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