By the Numbers: Raiders v Warriors
Josh Papalii showed why is an Australian representative with a damaging performance on Saturday night against the Warriors. With three offloads, one linebreak and four tackle busts Papalii was a menace to the Warriors defence for the full 80 mintues.
His backrow partner, Elliott Whitehead, also had a standout game - making 39 tackles and two tackle busts.
Star winger Jordan Rapana continued his white-hot form with 162m, seven tackle busts and one offload.
- Jordan Rapana- 162m
- Edrick Lee- 140m
- Paul Vaughan- 135m
- Elliot Whitehead- 39
- Luke Bateman- 36
- Josh Hodgson- 29
- Jack Wighton- 1 try assist, 1 line break assist
- Josh Hodgson- 1 try assist, 1 line break assist
Second Phase Play
- Josh Papalii- 3 offloads
- Jordan Rapana, Edrick Lee - 1 offload
The Raiders registered 5 offloads, while the Warriors registered 3.
- Josh Papalii- 1 line break, 4 tackle busts
- Blake Austin- 1 line break, 3 tackle busts
- Jarrod Croker, Joseph Leilua, Josh Hodgson- 1 line break, 2 tackle busts
The Raiders tallied 5 line breaks in comparison to the Warriors 1.
- Aidan Sezer had 8 kicks for 195 metres
- Blake Austin had 5 kicks for 160 metres
- Josh Hodgson had 1 kick for 3 metres
The Raiders had 51% of possession, while the Warriors had 49%.
The Raiders completed 27 of 38 sets. The Warriors completed 26 of 36 sets.
The Raiders made 11 errors, while the Warriors made 9.
The Raiders had 2 line dropouts while the Warriors registered 0.
The Raiders missed 18 tackles, while the Warriors missed 30.
The Raiders conceded 7 penalties, while the Warriors conceded 10
*Statistics provided by ProZone Sports.