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The Canberra Raiders NSW Cup and Jersey Flegg teams are gearing up for an exciting double-header against the New Zealand Warriors this Saturday at Seiffert Oval, Queanbeyan. 

Fresh off massive victories last weekend, both Raiders teams are riding high on confidence as they take on the New Zealand Warriors. The Jersey Flegg Cup match will kick off at 12.15pm, followed by the NSW Cup match at 2.00pm. Entry to both games is free.


After a strong start to the season locking in first place on the ladder, the Raiders NSW Cup side will be looking to build on this momentum on Saturday.

Last week's performance showcased the team’s ability, with a dominant display resulting in an extraordinary 50-12 win over the Western Suburbs Magpies at GIO Stadium Canberra. 

Head Coach Brock Shepperd has named an unchanged line-up after last week's impressive game, which saw centre James Schiller scoring a hat trick and captain Hohepa Puru running for 213 metres.

The Warriors NSW Cup side have had a mixed start to the season, losing to the Bears 38-18 last week, after defeating the Jets 28-24 the week before. The Warriors will be eager to bounce back this weekend at Seiffert Oval.  

The last time these teams met was in week two of finals last season, where the Warriors defeated the Raiders in an unfortunate loss of 49-6. 

Jersey Flegg Cup

The excitement at Seiffert Oval will kick off at 12:15pm as the Canberra Raiders' Jersey Flegg Cup team take on the New Zealand Warriors. 

The Raiders' young guns showed off their skill and strong defensive side last weekend with a commanding 36-0 victory over the Wests Tigers. 

Similar to the NSW Cup, the Raiders Jersey Flegg team have named an unchanged lineup as they look to carry over their good form into round three and continue the season three-from-three. 

The Warriors Jersey Flegg side have had an unfortunate start to the season, coming off of a 36-10 loss to the Storm last week before a 38-10 loss to the Sharks in round one. There is no doubt the Warriors will be hungry to redeem themselves this weekend at Seiffert Oval.  

The last time these two teams met was in round 20 of the 2019 season, where the Raiders claimed victory over the Warriors with a final score of 34-16. 

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.