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Competition - NRL Premiership Finals Finals Series. 
Round - Finals Week 2,
Date  -   September 17th 2016.
Teams - Canberra Stadium v Penrith Panthers.
at - GIO Stadium Canberra.
Pic - Grant Trouville © NRL Photos.

Five Key Stats

Games | 20
Tries | 5
Tackles | 535
Effective Tackle Percentage | 91%
All Running Metres | 1740

Best Match of the Season

Semi-Final | Raiders 22 defeated Panthers 12

Soliola came out firing in the Raiders semi-final against the Panthers, making several big charges and creating second phase play that helped the Raiders get on top early. On the field for 44 minutes, Soliola ran for 98 metres and tallied 27 tackles. 


Sia Soliola was once again one of the Raiders best in 2016, making a huge impact with his leadership on and off the field. 

The Raiders 2015 Meninga Medalist, Soliola suffered a setback early in the season when he broke his arm against the Bulldogs in Round Five. 

It was against the Bulldogs in Round 12 when Soliola returned to action, turning in an epic performance that included scoring the match-winning try for the green machine. 

While his statistics were slightly down on 2015, Soliola provided a huge boost for the Raiders with his on-field leadership and big-game experience. The leadership he provides will be key again in 2017 with the Raiders youthful forward pack shaping up as the one of the NRL's best. 

Raiders fans were delighted at the news Soliola extended his contract at the club midway through the season, signing a two-year contract extension that will keep him at the Raiders until the end of 2018. 

Off the field Soliola was heavily involved in the community, and was rewarded by winning the Raiders Clubman of the Year award and being announced as a finalist for the NRL Ken Stephen Medal. 

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.