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Kurt Baptiste was influential in his 29 minutes on the field for the Raiders in the 26-18 loss to the Broncos. Baptiste made two linebreaks, busted five tackles and scored two tries as he gave the Raiders a slim chance of mounting a comeback.

The Raiders right edge pairing of Joey Leilua and Jordan Rapana both topped the metre eaters category, running for a combined 359m. The English pair of Elliott Whitehead and Josh Hodgson both made over 40 tackles each, with Hodgson also putting in four kicks for 67 metres.

Metre Eaters

  1. Joey Leilua – 183m
  2. Jordan Rapana - 176m
  3. Paul Vaughan – 149m

Top Tacklers

  1. Elliot Whitehead - 43
  2. Josh Hodgson - 42
  3. Joseph Tapine - 32

Second Phase Play

  1. Jordan Rapana, Joseph Tapine – 2 offloads
  2. Jarrod Croker, Joey Leilua, Aidan Sezer, Junior Paulo, Sia Soliola – 1 offload


The Raiders registered 9 offloads, while the Broncos registered 8.

Damaging Runners

  1. Kurt Baptiste – 2 linebreaks, 5 tackle busts
  2. Joey Leilua – 7 tackle busts
  3. Jordan Rapana – 6 tackle busts

Line breaks

The Raiders tallied 2 linebreaks in comparison to the Broncos 5.

Kick Metres

  1. Aidan Sezer had 13 kicks for 345 metres
  2. Josh Hodgson had 4 kicks for 67 metres
  3. Blake Austin had 1 kick for 45 metres


Both teams had a 50% share of possession.

Completion Rate

The Raiders completed 29 of 37 sets. The Broncos completed 31 of 38 sets.


The Raiders made 10 errors, while the Broncos made 9.

Line Dropouts

The Raiders had 1 line dropout, while the Broncos registered 2.

Missed Tackles

The Raiders missed 41 tackles, while the Broncos missed 39.

Penalties Conceded

The Raiders conceded 6 penalties, while the Broncos conceded 4.

*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.