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Canberra Raiders Cup Round Four Wrap

The Gungahlin Bulls and Queanbeyan Blues notched up their fourth straight wins, while West Belconnen recorded their first victory of the season in round four action. 

West Belconnen Warriors 30 d Woden Valley Rams 12

The West Belconnen Warriors claimed their first win of the season with a 18-point victory over the Woden Valley Rams in the Brad Hardy Cup memorial match.

The Warriors jumped to an early 12-0 lead, with centre Kane Rushton and prop Timothy Sloman both scoring tries. 

The Rams hit back through five-eighth Sean Maloney, who burst through the defensive line to score. Jackson McDonald converted to close the gap to 12-6. 

With the score at 14-6 at half-time, Woden closed the gap to 14-12 with Andrew Chard scoring and McDonald converting. 

But from there it was all West Belconnen, with tries to Sloman, Kiarn Wilson and Logan Reis to seal the win. 

Round Four Highlights: West Belconnen Warriors v Woden Valley Rams

Queanbeyan Blues 60 d Tuggeranong Bushrangers 6

The Queanbeyan Blues remain on top of the ladder, after a comprehensive 60-6 win over the Tuggeranong Bushrangers. 

The Blues attack was on fire, with the side running in eleven tries. Richard Holani scored a hat-trick, while Charlie Woolford, Cyprian Ale and Matthew Parson all scored doubles. 

Parsons is the top try-scorer for the First Grade competition, with eight tries from four games. 

Woolford opened the scoring in the seventh minute for his side, with the score 30-0 at half-time. 

Taulaniuotagaloa Mariota scored the Bushrangers only try. 

Round Four Highlights: Tuggeranong Bushrangers v Queanbeyan Blues

Queanbeyan Kangaroos 24 d Belconnen United Sharks 18

The Queanbeyan Kangaroos recorded their second straight win with a six point victory over the Belconnen United Sharks at Seears Workwear Oval. 

Roos halfback Thomas Casey opened the scoring for the home side, scoring under the posts in the fourth minute. Lachie Ingram successfully converted to make it 6-0. 

The Sharks hit back to make it 8-6, with tries to prop Sonny Tupuola and Jay Slavin. 

Casey then got his second try of the day, before Alifelti Ngahe burst through the defensive line to score a try. The Roos went into the half-time break leading 18-8. 

They extended their lead to 24-8 with Jeremiah Simbiken scoring. 

Belconnen scored two late tries, but it wasn't enough as the Roos held on to get the two points. 

Round Four Highlights: Queanbeyan Kangaroos v Belconnen United Sharks

Gungahlin Bulls 36 d Yass Magpies 34

The Gungahlin Bulls made it four wins from four after a tight two-point win over the Yass Magpies at Gungahlin Enclosed Oval. 

The Bulls started well, jumping to a 12-0 lead after 10 minutes. 

Yass hit back with three consecutive tries, with Mitchell Turner, Charlie Shepherd and winger Bruce Barrie all scoring. Yass went into half-time with a 16-12 lead. 

Gungahlin came out of the break fired up, with tries to Rourke O'Sullivan, Tristan Eldridge and Jack Williams giving the home side a 28-16 lead with half an hour remaining. 

The Magpies scored two quick tries to close the gap to 28-24, before Bulls winger Dean Aylott crossed the try-line in the corner, giving the home side a 10 point lead. 

Yass scored two late tries, but it wasn't enough as the Bulls held on. 

Round Four Highlights: Gungahlin Bulls v Yass Magpies

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.