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Round 3 Junior Representatives Wrap

The Canberra Raiders enjoyed wins in the Tarsha Gale Cup and S.G. Ball Cup on Saturday at Mascot Oval.

S.G. Ball Cup

Canberra Raiders 18 (Tries: C Webb, Jordan Williams, A Gaffey; Goals: J Owen 2) d North Sydney Bears 8 (Tries: C Fenning, C Deane)

The Canberra Raiders moved up into seventh place on the ladder as the claimed a ten point win against the North Sydney Bears.

After suffering a heavy defeat at the hands of Balmain the previous week, the Raiders were staunch in defence to claim their second win of the season.

Forward Clay Webb and half Jordan Williams scored early tries while winger Aidan Gaffey also added his name to the list of try scorers.

Harold Matthews Cup

North Sydney Bears 26 (Tries: T Vasilovski, T Masters, A Namoli, Z Knight, T Leyshon 2; Goals: A Skaf) d Canberra Raiders 12 (Tries: T Kimori-Edmond, U Asomua; Goals: M Stewart 2)

The Canberra Raiders succumbed to a 14 point loss at the hands of the North Sydney Bears at Mascot Oval.

After a gritty win against the Balmain Tigers the previous week, the Raiders weren’t able build upon that performance as the loss saw the side slip out of the top eight and into ninth position.

Winger Tyrel Kimori-Edmond and fullback Utuloa Asomua were the two try scorers for the Raiders.

Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders (Tries: T McGrath-West, G Davis, K Osztrenkovics, T Johnston; Goals: G Davis 3) d Indigenous Academy 16 (Tries: B Davis-Welch, K Joseph, S Williams; Goals: R Casey 2)

The Canberra Raiders have claimed their first win of the season after an impressive win against the Indigenous Academy at Mascot Oval.

After showing plenty of determination in the first two fixtures of the season, the Raiders scored four tries on Saturday afternoon to claim a six point win.

Tara McGrath-West, Klaudia Osztrenkovics, Taylah Johnston and Gabbie Davis all crossed the line for tries while Davis also slotted three conversions.

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.