By the numbers Raiders v Storm
Here is this weeks by the numbers featuring all the key stats from the Raiders final home game of the season as they faced the Melbourne Storm.
The Storm and the Raiders had an even amount of possession which was split 50/50 but the home side were able to utilise their time with the ball in hand.
The minor premiers had a total of 37 sets compared to Canberra's 32. The home side had a completion rate of 87% while the men from the ACT had 71%.
The Raiders managed to complete 15 offloads in the match on Saturday night as the Storm could only conjure up six.
The Victorians showed that they have a strong kicking game as they notched up 566 kicking metres compared to Canberra's 268.
The green machine will be frustrated with themselves after coughing up 14 errors in the match compared to the Storm's five.
Individually, Jack Wighton was incredible for the Raiders as he completed over 291 running metres from 24 runs.
Josh Papalii led the way in the forward line as he completed 131 running metres combined with 21 tackles in an 80 minute performance.
Elliott Whitehead completed the most amlount of tackles for the green machine as he gathered 37. Joe Tapine was next in line on 31.