Competition - NRL Premiership.

Teams - St George Illawarra Dragons v Canberra Raiders.

Round - Round 10. Indigenous Round.

Date - Thursday 12th of May 2016.

Venue - WIN Jubillee Oval Kogarah, Sydney.

Photographer – Grant Trouville © NRL Photos.

Description - #NRLIndigenous

The Raiders wingers were at their destructive best on Thursday night against the Dragons.

Jordan Rapana ran a total of 237 metres while also registering 2 linebreaks, 9 tackle busts, 2 offloads and 1 try. Edrick Lee brought out his creative side with 1 try assist, 2 linebreak assists and 3 offloads to go along with 213 metres gained. 

With Shaun Fensom playing reduced minutes due to injury, Elliot Whitehead stood up in the tackling department to make a huge 58 tackles. Luke Bateman was also effective coming off the bench, making 40 tackles in a 44 minute stint on the field. 

Metre Eaters

  1. Jordan Rapana – 237m
  2. Jack Wighton- 230m
  3. Edrick Lee- 213m

Top Tacklers

  1. Elliot Whitehead- 58
  2. Josh Hodgson- 42
  3. Luke Bateman- 40

Most Creative

  1. Edrick Lee- 1 try assist, 2 linebreak assists
  2. Elliot Whitehead- 1 try assist, 2 linebreak assists
  3. Josh Hodgson - 1 linebreak assist

Second Phase Play

  1. Joseph Leilua- 5 offloads
  2. Edrick Lee- 3 offloads
  3. Jarrod Croker, Jordan Rapana- 2 offloads

Offloads

The Raiders registered 17 offloads, while the Dragons registered 13.

Damaging Runners

1. Joseph Leilua- 1 line break, 13 tackle busts
2. Jordan Rapana- 2 line breaks, 9 tackle bust
3. Jarrod Croker- 1 line break, 5 tackle busts

Line Breaks

The Raiders tallied 6 linebreaks in comparison to the Dragons 2.

Kick Metres

  1. Aidan Sezer had 5 kicks for122 metres
  2. Blake Austin had 6 kicks for 119 metres
  3. Josh Hodgson had 3 kicks for 106 metres

Possession

The Raiders had 42% possession, while Dragons had 58%.

Completion Rate

The Raiders completed 26 of 43 sets. The Dragons completed 41 of 49 sets.

Errors

The Raiders made 15 errors, whilst the Dragons made 5.

Line Dropouts

The Raiders had 2 line dropouts whilst the Dragons registered 0.

Missed Tackles

The Raiders had 35 missed tackles, while the Dragons missed 45.

Penalties Conceded

The Raiders conceded 9 penalties, whilst the Dragons conceded 8.

*Statistics provided by ProZone Sports.

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