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Raiders 2021 Squad Tracker

Canberra Raiders squad members Kai O’Donnell and Adam Cook have been officially released by the club, to return to their home state of Queensland.

With 30 players permitted to travel to Queensland as part of the revised Apollo bubble and no NSW Cup fixtures for the foreseeable future, both players have been granted early releases from their contracts.

Kai O’Donnell (Raider #365) and Adam Cook (Raider #370) made their NRL debuts in 2020, with O’Donnell playing four matches and Cook one match.

The Raiders would like to take the opportunity to thank both Kai and Adam for their contributions to the club and wish them all the best for the future.

Below is the most up-to-date list for 2021. Please note this list is subject to change and includes players who have current contracts or ongoing training deals with the club in 2021.

Raiders Squad

Top 30
Caleb Aekins
Jarrod Croker
Matt Frawley
Emre Guler
Corey Harawira-Naera
Siliva Havili
Josh Hodgson
Corey Horsburgh
Ryan James
Sebastian Kris
Dunamis Lui
Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad
Josh Papalii
Jordan Rapana
Harry Rushton
Curtis Scott
Bailey Simonsson
Harley Smith-Shields
Sia Soliola
Tom Starling
Ryan Sutton
Joe Tapine
Matt Timoko
Semi Valemei
Elliott Whitehead
Jack Wighton
Sam Williams
Hudson Young
Development Players
Ata Mariota
Darby Medlyn
Trey Mooney
Xavier Savage
Clay Webb
On-Going Training
Elijah Anderson
Albert Hopoate
Brad Schneider
Leo Thompson
Adrian Trevilyan
Raiders NSW Cup
Josh Allen
Temple Beauchamp
Tom Casey
JJ Clarkson
Matt Fellows
Cooper Harris
Manase Kaho
Lachlan Lewis
Toby Marks
Jordan Martin
Keaton Meads
Brigham Moeokiola
Steve Numambo
Khalil Rahme
Joe Roberts
Jeremiah Simbiken
Mitch Souter
Misi Tapa
Sila Tituiti
Sione Vuki
Sam Wentworth
Jordan Williams



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.