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Canberra Raiders Cup Round Six Wrap

The Gungahlin Bulls are the only undefeated team, while the Yass Magpies, West Belconnen Warriors and Belconnen United Sharks all recorded victories. 

Gungahlin Bulls 40 d Queanbeyan Blues 20

The Gungahlin Bulls came out on top in the battle of the undefeated sides, with a  20 point victory over the Queanbeyan Blues on Saturday. 

A strong second half ensured the win for the home side, with the Bulls scoring five tries in the second forty minutes. 

Gungahlin started the game well, jumping to an early 10-0 lead after tries to Matthew Richards and Rourke O'Sullivan. 

The Blues bounced back and scored their first try of the afternoon, closing the gap to 10-6, before Bulls fullback Tristan Eldridge showed off his speed and crossed over the line, making it 14-6. 

But the momentum shifted in favour of Queanbeyan and they went into half-time with a 16-14 lead, with winger George Morseu and halfback Blake Murray both getting tries. 

The Bulls came out of half-time fired up, and showed why they have the best attack in the competition. Winger Dean Aylott and second rower Jack Williams both scored to give the home side a 26-16 lead.  

Blues centre Michael Asomua scored next for the visitors, closing the gap to 26-20, but from there the Bulls put the foot down on the accelerator, overpowering the Blues and running in three more tries. 

The Bulls are now outright first on the ladder on 12 points.

Round Six Highlights: Gungahlin Bulls v Queanbeyan Blues

Belconnen United Sharks 22 d Goulburn City Bulldogs 16

The Belconnen United Sharks recorded their first win of the season with an upset win over the Goulburn City Bulldogs at NSWRL HQ Bruce on Saturday. 

The Sharks trailed 16-14 with 25 minutes to go, before five-eighth Matthew Woolnough scored twice to give his side a 22-16 lead, with the Bulldogs unable to crack the Sharks defence in the final five minutes. 

Goulburn opened the scoring in the second minute, with fullback Max Flack beating a couple of defenders to the line. 

The Sharks bounced back, with Livai Kaloutolu going over from dummy half and Kahlil Rahme also crashing over for a try, giving the home side a 10-6 lead. 

Bulldogs winger Dominic Stephens levelled the scores at 10-10, finishing off a great team try, before other winger Steven Cummins got a four-pointer of his own.

Sharks halfback Joshua Pokoney was next to score, closing the gap to 16-14. 

Round Six Highlights: Belconnen United Sharks v Goulburn City Bulldogs

West Belconnen Warriors 30 d Queanbeyan Kangaroos 28

The West Belconnen Warriors notched up their second win of the season with a tight two-point win over the Queanbeyan Roos at Seears Workwear Oval on Saturday. 

In what was a high-scoring affair, the scores were locked at 24-24 with twenty minutes remaining before Warriors second-rower Joshua Ayers crashed his way over the tryline. 

Roos centre Mitchell Sullivan scored with two minutes to go to make it 30-28, giving the crowd a grand stand finish, but it wasn't enough as West Belconnen held on for victory. 

Queanbeyan did well to come back from a 16-0 deficit in the first half, with tries to Kaine Pagura, Jesse Dent and Sione Vuki in the opening forty minutes. 

Ayers finished the game with two tries, with the other Warriors try-scorers Mapu Uasi, Andrew McDonald and Logan Reis. 

West Belconnen are sitting in third place on the ladder after six rounds, just ahead of the Yass Magpies on for-and-against.

Round Six Highlights: Queanbeyan Roos v West Belconnen Warriors

Yass Magpies 38 d Woden Valley Rams 12

The Yass Magpies remain undefeated at Walker Park after a 38-12 win over the Woden Valley Rams on Saturday. 

It was a dominant performance by the Magpies, handing the Rams their third straight loss of the season. 

The home side's attack was dangerous all game, with the team running in seven tries. 

Yass second rower Bailey Timmer opened the scoring, scoring off a Josh Fattore kick. 

The Rams bounced back through their lock Sean Maloney, who score a try under the posts. Jackson McDonald kicked the conversion to give his side a 6-4 lead. 

But from there it was all the Magpies, with the side scoring 32 unanswered points. Shaun Davis, Nofaiga, Mitchell Turner, Josh Fattore, William Peace and Kyle Danilczak all scored tries. 

Woden got one back with fifteen minutes to go, with Maloney scoring his second try of the day, but it wasn't enough as the Magpies cruised to victory.

Round Six Highlights: Yass Magpies v Woden Valley Rams

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.