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The Monaro Colts Laurie Daley Cup and Men's Country Championships sides have named their team lists ahead of their semi-final clashes this Saturday. 

In the Laurie Daley Cup, Monaro will face the Central Coast Roosters at Woy Woy Oval, Sydney. 

The last time these two sides met in round one of the competition, the Roosters shut down Monaro, keeping them scoreless and securing a 14-0 victory. 

Since then, Monaro found unstoppable form, dominating in the remainder of their games and finishing atop their pool to carry plenty of momentum into their semi-final.

While in the Men's Country Championships, Monaro face the Northern Rivers Titans at the NSWRL Centre of Excellence in Sydney. 

After already doing one better than last year, Monaro come into this game with the advantage of having played a gritty and hard fought game to be in the position they're in, which is what Saturday's matchup promises to be. 

While Northern Rivers made light work of the Bulldogs in their first game, which may serve as a disadvantage to the Titans as they haven't truly been tested. 

Laurie Daley Cup 

Monaro Colts v Central Coast Roosters, Woy Woy Oval, Sydney 11:30am Saturday March 16th 

1. James CROKER
2. Brady SMITH 
4. Harry HUDSON
5. Lachlan CUNANAN
6. Clinton LATHAM
7. Jonah ANDERSON 
8. Alex HARDY 
9. Mitchell BROPHY 
10. Jesse MILIN 
11. Joseph ELTON
12. Brock APOLEVSKI 
13. Dylan WATKINS 
14. Yuri HROMOW
15. Ash FLINT
16. Sam LEVER
18. Toby FERRIS 

Men's Country Championships

Monaro Colts v Northern Rivers Titans, NSWRL Centre of Excellence, Sydney 12:30pm Saturday March 16th 

2. Brandon WITHERS
3. Brigham MOEAKIOLA
4. Gideon AFEMUI 
5. Jake KIELY 
6. Matthew WOOLNOUGH
7. Samuel WILLIAMS
8. Jesse MARTIN
9. Liam OAKLEY 
10. Bradley PRIOR 
11. Josh AYERS
12. Jesse DENT
13. Bayley HITCHCOCK
14. Loch INGRAM
15. Nick NAVARRO
16. Sonny TEPOLA 
17. Jeff MORGAN 
18. Thomas BETHKE
19. Levita LEVITA 


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.