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The Raiders U20's will be looking to grab their first win of the season when they host the Wests Tigers on Sunday at GIO Stadium. 

Thrashed by the Sharks last week, the Raiders will be fired up to bounce back this weekend. Coach Brett White has made several changes to the side, including handing debuts to exciting Fijian winger Mikaele Ravalawa and powerful forward Hudson Young. Lachlan Cooper also comes into the team and will partner Jayden Carroll in the halves.

The Tigers have shown promising form to start the season, edging out the Rabbitohs in round one before going down to the Panthers last weekend. 

The two sides played out a thrilling draw last time they met in the final round of the 2016 regular season. Down by 22-points in the second-half, the Raiders pulled off a thrilling comeback to level the scores and take home a point. The Raiders will need that fighting spirit again on Sunday as they look to get their season on track. 

Kick-off is at 1.45pm on Sunday at GIO Stadium and updates from the match will be on the Raiders Twitter account

Team Lists 

As of Tuesday March 14.

Canberra Raiders Wests Tigers
1. Harry Van Dartel 1. Ryan Papenhuyzen
2. Matt Lyons 2. Jamin Williams
3. Sebastian Kris 3. Liam Pakau
4. Mikaele Ravalawa 4. Toa Mata'afa
5. Andre Niko 5. Connelly Lemuelu
6. Jayden Carroll 6. Hosea Leuea
7. Lachlan Cooper 7. Blake Higgins
8. Emre Guler 8. Lenny Sauni
9. Jarred Tuite 9. Daniel Peck (capt.)
10. Zac Masters 10. Siaosi Nasilai
11. Jack Murchie 11. Corey Kurnoth
12. Kalani Going (C) 12. Royce Tout
13. Hudson Young 13. Rhys Sciglitano
14. Sato Ketia-Opo 14. Jake Scott
15. Kye Madden 15. Thomas Mikaele
16. William Samuel 16. PJ Mati-Leifi
17. Sione Afemui 17. Trent Pye
18. Fabien Paletua-Kiri 18. Ben Powers
19. Derek Hay 21. Oscar Tui
20. Komiti Tuilagi 22. Jarrod Tompkins
21. Sam Finnegan 25. Alatanu Wright
22. Ron Leapai  
23. Connor Brebner  

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.