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NSW Cup & Jersey Flegg Round Six Preview

The Canberra Raiders NSW Cup and Jersey Flegg teams are gearing up to take on the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs at home this Sunday.  

With the NSW Cup team kicking off at 4pm at GIO Stadium Canberra,  and the Jersey Flegg team gearing up for action at Raiders Belconnen at 12:00 pm, fans are in for action-packed day of rugby league.


Fresh off a successful 30 - 6 win against the Parramatta Eels last weekend, the Raiders NSW Cup side are riding high on confidence as they remain undefeated.

Last weekend saw impressive performances from wingers Jed Stuart and Michael Asomua, both scoring two tries each.

There are a few changes to the team list this week, with fullback Chevy Stewart and forward Trey Mooney out as they are set to appear in the NRL side this weekend, coming in for injured NRL players Jordan Rapana and Corey Horsburgh respectively.

The Bulldogs NSW Cup side have had a mixed start to the season, although they are coming off two consecutive wins against the Roosters  and Rabbitohs. The Bulldogs will be eager to carry over their success this weekend at GIO Stadium Canberra. 

The last time these teams met was in round 25 of last season, where the Raiders defeated the Bulldogs 40-12 at Raiders Belconnen.

Jersey Flegg Cup

This Sunday’s excitement will kick off at 12pm, with the Raiders Jersey Flegg side taking on  the Bulldogs at Raiders Belconnen.

The Raiders’ young guns held their own last weekend with a solid 22-16 win against the Eels. This week, Canberra will look to continue their winning streak and hold onto their spot on top of the ladder.

The Jersey Flegg lineup remains largely unchanged this week, with  forward Caleb Garvie replacing Vena Patuki-Case, who suffered a leg injury last weekend. 

The Bulldogs Jersey Flegg side have also had a mixed start to the season, with an even two losses and two wins. After last week’s game was postponed due to poor weather conditions, the Bulldogs will be hungry  for a win this weekend at Raiders Belconnen. 

The last time these two teams met was in round 25 of last season, where the Raiders claimed a 32 – 10 victory over the Bulldogs.


Acknowledgement of Country

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