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Katrina Fanning Shield Round Two Preview

Round two of the Specsavers Katrina Fanning Shield is this weekend, with three exciting matches

Queanbeyan Blues v Boomanulla Raiders, 12pm Saturday 8 May at Seiffert Oval

The Queanbeyan Blues will be looking to back up their round one performance when they host the Boomanulla Raiders on Saturday. 

The Blues recorded a 24-12 win over the Tuggeranong Bushrangers last weekend, with hooker Payge-Louise Condon scoring twice in the victory. 

The halves pairing of Jacinta Williams and Taylor Galjaardt looked dangerous, with Galjaardt playing her first game back in over a year. 

Boomanulla lost their opening game 52-0 to the Goulburn City Bulldogs, and will want an improved performance this weekend. 

Yass Magpies v Harden Worhawks, 12pm Saturday 8 May at Walker Park

Looking to make it two wins from two, the Yass Magpies take on the Harden Worhawks in round two at Walker Park. 

The Magpies are coming off a dominant round one win, with their attack particularly impressive. 

Fullback Lucy Prosser and five-eighth Jenna Cooke both scored doubles in the win.

Yass halfback Hollie Massey made her return to the competition, leading the team well around the park and picking up two Best and Fairest points. 

Second-rower Shannon Wright picked up three Best and Fairest points for her performance. 

After a bye in round one, this will be the first game of the season for the Harden Worhawks. 

The Worhawks have a balanced side, with a good mix of experienced and younger players. 

Harden player Mellissa Ings will play alongside daughter Hunter for the first time on the weekend. Mellissa played for the Tuggeranong Buffaloes in the KFS competiton last year, but has moved back to Harden this year and now gets the chance to take to the field with her daughter. 

Defence will be key for the Worhawks, holding out a strong Yass outfit. 

Goulburn City Bulldogs v Tuggeranong Bushrangers, 11am Sunday 9 May at Workers Arena

An exciting game between two strong sides, with the Tuggeranong Bushrangers travelling to Goulburn to take on the Bulldogs. 

Goulburn claimed a comprehensive win in round one, defeating Boomanulla 52-0, and will want to back it up again this week.

 Fullback Krystal Blackwell was impressive in the victory, scoring a hat-trick, while prop Carly Wilkin scored a double. 

Hooker Maddie Dodson was best on ground, picking up three Best and Fairest points. 

The Tuggeranong Bushrangers are coming off a tough 12-point loss and will look to get into the winners circle this weekend. 

Winger Renae Davis and hooker Zoe Podmore both scored four-pointers in the game. 

Fullback Elissa Blowes was awarded two Best and Fairest points for her performance in the match. 

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.