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Competition points are becoming increasingly crucial as we enter round 13 of the Blumers Lawyers Canberra Raiders Cup this weekend.

Woden Valley Rams vs Queanbeyan Kangaroos, 3:00pm, Saturday at Phillip Oval

The Woden Valley Rams will return home this weekend as they go head-to-head with the Queanbeyan Kangaroos at Phillip Oval. 

Following a big win over Goulburn last week, the Rams are confident in their strike power to beat the Roos this weekend. 

"If we play our game and play to our standards, I think we can knock them off," Rams backrower Ron Leapai said. 

"I think there's more strike on our team this weekend, so they better watch out."

Five-eighth Brendan Jimenez was a standout performer once again, scoring four tries for his side.  

"He [Jimenez] is a gun, I don't think there is a player in the comp like him, he brings a lot to our team and having on your side is better than playing against him." 

The Queanbeyan Kangaroos will come into the competition well-rested after a bye last round, to face the in-form Rams.

The Roos will look to string together a full 80 minute performance, an area of their game they've struggled with this season. 

"We've done that a few times, the two that we drew and the two that we lost, we lost it towards the end," said Roos prop Bayley Hitchcock. 

"We're relaxing too much when we get a lead on, but it's something we're working on and we'll fix." 

"At the end of the day it's just going to be who plays better, we know a few of their strike players, you just shut them down and the rest go away pretty easily." 

Tuggeranong Bushrangers vs Goulburn City Bulldogs, 3:00pm, Saturday at Greenway Oval

The Tuggeranong Bushrangers will be playing host to the Goulburn City Bulldogs this Saturday at Greenway Oval.

The Bushrangers are coming off a narrow four point loss to the West Belconnen Warriors at Raiders Belconnen.

Despite their defeat, the Bushrangers showcased resilience in a tight contest and will be looking to bounce back on their home turf.

The Goulburn City Bulldogs, on the other hand, are aiming to recover from a heavy 40-10 loss against the Woden Valley Rams.

This match will be crucial for both teams as they strive to improve their standings and gain momentum for the back-end of the year.

Gungahlin Bulls vs West Belconnen Warriors, 3:00pm, Saturday at Gungahlin Enclosed Oval

The West Belconnen Warriors will be travelling this Saturday as they gear up to face the Bulls at Gungahlin Enclosed Oval

The Gungahlin Bulls will want to put last week's 28-24 loss to the Yass Magpies behind them.

Despite a strong start with a 24-10 lead, the Bulls couldn't hold off the Magpies' late surge.

They will need to regroup and focus on finishing strong against the West Belconnen Warriors.

The Warriors, fresh off their 22-18 victory over the Bushrangers, will be confident and motivated to continue their winning form, especially with halfback Bobby Roberts back in action.

Queanbeyan Blues vs Yass Magpies, 3:00pm, Saturday at Seiffert Oval

Yass Magpies will travel to Seiffert Oval this Saturday to face the Queanbeyan Blues at home.

The Queanbeyan Blues pulled off a thrilling 32-26 victory over the Belconnen United Sharks last week at Seiffert Oval.

Their ability to stage a comeback from a 20-8 halftime deficit highlights their resilience and fighting spirit.

The Yass Magpies also secured a remarkable win, defeating the Gungahlin Bulls 28-24 with a late surge of tries.

This matchup between two teams with strong winning momentum is set to be a high-energy and closely contested game.

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