By the Numbers: Raiders v Titans
The Raiders were impressive in attack against the Titans in round nine, with the Green Machine dominating the Gold Coast at GIO Stadium.
The Raiders scored six tries in a sizzling attacking effort, with a mix of individual brilliance and solid team work.
Despite the lopsided scoreline, the Raiders only just out-did the Titans in possession, with the Raiders controlling 52% of the ball compared to the Titans 48%.
The Raiders ran for a combined 1800 metres compared to the Titans 1409, with 188 runs to 149.
The completion rate is where the Raiders were able to dominate their rivals, with the Raiders completing at 85% with 33/39 sets, while the Titans completed at just 65% with 24/37 sets.
The Raiders had 10 errors compared to the Titans 15 and conceded 9 penalties compared to 10 by the Gold Coast.
The lopsided completion rate meant the Raiders had to make fewer tackles than the Titans, with the Raiders making 264 tackles to the Titans 345.
The Raiders missed 35 tackles compared to the Gold Coast's 45, with the Raiders having an 83% effective tackle percentage.
The win was dominated with some big numbers by the Raiders middle men, with Shannon Boyd running for 142 metres from 13 carries in his 39 minutes on the field. Boyd's efforts saw him rewarded with a try.
Sia Soliola continued his strong form with 170 metres from his 17 runs in a barnstorming 49 minutes of action. The veteran forward also made 20 tackles and also scored a try.
Josh Papalii was also big for the Raiders particularly in defence making 32 tackles, while he also ran for 112 metres from 12 runs in a brilliant 59 minutes.