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The Canberra Raiders have continued to secure their emerging talent, with Brad Schneider and Elijah Anderson signing new deals with the club.

Schneider has signed a two-year deal with the Raiders which sees him on contract until the end of the 2023 season, while Anderson has signed a one-year development deal which sees him on the roster for 2022.

Both players have had the opportunity to make their NRL debuts this season, with Schneider making his debut in round 11 against the Storm, while Anderson made his debut against the Dragons in last weekend’s win.

Schneider said he’s excited about the chance to continue his development with the Raiders, and he was loving the opportunity to be a part of the team hub on the Gold Coast.

“It’s Awesome to be able to re-sign with the club. I love everything they’ve been doing for me and I’m so happy that I’ve ben able to re-sign with them,” Schneider said. “I’m up here doing what I love, and to train and be amongst the group is awesome, so I’m just taking it day by day and loving the experience.”

“The goal for me now is to try and get some more games in the NRL and play a few more minutes in those games and look to have an opportunity to play halfback.”

Elijah Anderson said he’s also looking forward to more opportunities in the NRL after getting a taste last weekend against the Dragons.

“I’m excited to be extending my time here at the Raiders for another year and I’m grateful for the opportunity to further develop my skills,” Anderson said. “I really enjoyed my debut and I’m looking forward to another opportunity to run back out there with the boys.”

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