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It was a supreme captain's performance by Jarrod Croker yesterday in the Raiders 30-22 victory over the Titans. Croker bagged two tries in the first half while also making 1 linebreak, four tackle busts and three offloads.

He was ably supported on the left edge by a rampaging Brenko Lee who scored a double of his own while also running for 181 metres.

Josh Papalii was strong after backing up from Origin on Wednesday night, running for 113 metres and making 24 tackle in a 80 minute performance. 

Metre Eaters

  1. Brenko Lee – 181m
  2. Jordan Rapana - 128m
  3. Joey Leilua – 116m

Top Tacklers

  1. Elliot Whitehead - 35
  2. Blake Austin - 28
  3. Josh Papalii, Luke Bateman - 24

Second Phase Play

  1. Joey Leilua – 4 offloads
  2. Jarrod Croker  – 3 offloads
  3. Blake Austin, Josh Papalii, Joseph Tapine – 2 offloads


Both teams registered 14 offloads each.

Damaging Runners

  1. Jarrod Croker – 1 linebreak, 4 tackle busts
  2. Brenko Lee – 1 linebreak, 3 tackle busts
  3. Paul Vaughan – 1 linebreak, 2 tackle busts

Line breaks

The Raiders tallied 3 linebreaks in comparison to the Titans 2.

Kick Metres

  1. Josh Hodgson had 3 kicks for 100 metres
  2. Blake Austin had 3 kicks for 59 metres
  3. Aidan Sezer had 3 kicks for 57 metres


Both teams had a 50% share of possession.

Completion Rate

The Raiders completed 27 of 35 sets. The Titans completed 29 of 34 sets.


The Raiders made 7 errors, while the Titans made 5.

Line Dropouts

The Raiders had 1 line dropout, while the Titans also registered 1.

Missed Tackles

The Raiders missed 19 tackles, while the Titans missed 28.

Penalties Conceded

The Raiders conceded 9 penalties, while the Titans conceded 7.

*Statistics provided by ProZone Sports.

Post-Match Coverage

Match Report

Match Highlights

Press Conference


Play of the Week

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.