It was a big win for the green machine as they ran in nine tries to two against the Wests Tigers in a 48-12 victory at Campbelltown Stadium.
The Raiders put on a dominant second half performance and ended up with a total of 58% possession to 42%.
The green machine also had a superior completion rate to the home side with a total of 33/40 complete sets (82%) compared to 26/34 (76%).
Ricky Stuart's side made a whopping 1891 metres from 194 runs while Ivan Cleary's troops could only contribute with 1351 metres from 144 runs.
The joint venture did however complete more offloads with 11 in total compared to Canberra's seven.
On multiple occasions the green machine broke through the Tigers' defensive line and racked up eight-line breaks. The Tigers could only manage two.
The Tigers were busy in defence and made a total of 366 tackles while the Raiders made 270.
The home side will want to look away as they made a total of 61 missed tackles while Stuart's side only made 26.
The Raiders had to endure a tough start to the game and conceded a few penalties early on.
In total they ended up with nine compared to the Tigers five.
Unfortunately for Wests they made a total of 12 errors while the Raiders only made eight.
Elliott Whitehead produced another outstanding performance for the Raiders as he ran for 198 metres while also contributing with 33 tackles.
Josh Papalii was also solid as he scored a try to go along with 171 running metres and 27 tackles.
Joe Tapine was also outstanding as he bagged two tries and made 32 tackles. The Kiwi international also contributed with two-line breaks.