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Curtis Scott is a born-and-bred Shire boy. This is why he snubbed Sydney... twice

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Posted By: Raidercast
January 24, 2020, 10:59:05 AM
One of rugby league’s worst kept secrets was confirmed last November when Melbourne’s premiership-winning centre Curtis Scott signed a four-year deal with Canberra.Having only played nine games for the Storm last year, the 22-year-old had a forgettable 2019.

His form became inconsistent and he was relegated to Queensland Cup during a period that he described as a “time in my life where things weren’t going the best.

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'Give him a swan song': the push to put Todd Carney back in a Raiders jersey

Raiders NRL News
Posted By: Raidercast
January 22, 2020, 02:16:31 PM
Some said it was impossible. The mere mention of Todd Carney's name still sends some Canberra Raiders fans into a meltdown. But after all the pain, controversies and "what ifs", could the prodigal son be coming home? Raiders skipper Jarrod Croker is on board. A group of Raiders fans have launched a petition to bring Carney out of retirement for the NRL Nines, which will be played in Perth on February 14. More than 250 people have already pledged their support, but whether it gathers enough momentum to become a genuine option remains to be seen.

More: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6592651/give-him-a-swan-song-the-push-to-put-todd-carney-back-in-a-raiders-jersey/?cs=14239

'Give him a swansong': the push to put Todd Carney back in a Raiders jersey

Raiders NRL News
Posted By: Raidercast
January 22, 2020, 01:52:28 PM
Some said it was impossible. The mere mention of Todd Carney's name still sends some Canberra Raiders fans into a meltdown. But after all the pain, controversies and "what ifs", could the prodigal son be coming home? Raiders skipper Jarrod Croker is on board. A group of Raiders fans have launched a petition to bring Carney out of retirement for the NRL Nines, which will be played in Perth on February 14. More than 250 people have already pledged their support, but whether it gathers enough momentum to become a genuine option remains to be seen.

More: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6592651/give-him-a-swansong-the-push-to-put-todd-carney-back-in-a-raiders-jersey/?cs=14239

Simonsson looking continue combination with Croker

Raiders Club News
Posted By: Raidercast
January 22, 2020, 09:46:23 AM
Raiders speedster Bailey Simonsson plans to avoid "second-year syndrome" as he attempts to secure the wing jersey vacated by Jordan Rapana.

Simonsson impressed despite being shuffled around the backline in 21 games last season. That included a spot on the interchange bench in the grand final.

He represented New Zealand in the World Cup 9s at season's end and was included in the Kiwis' extended Test squad.

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Simonsson aiming to nail down wing role

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Posted By: Raidercast
January 22, 2020, 09:29:20 AM


Simonsson aiming to nail down wing role

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Wests Tigers deal to decide whether Leilua stays or goes

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Posted By: Raidercast
January 21, 2020, 06:00:59 PM
Joey Leilua's happy in Canberra, but whether he stays with the Raiders will come down to what the Wests Tigers offer. Leilua's contracted to the Green Machine for 2020, but he's been given permission his explore his options with the club unable to fit him into the 2021 salary cap. He's facing a battle to hold on to his spot at right centre after he was given extra leave to get married in Samoa late last year. Plus the Raiders recruited former Melbourne Storm centre Curtis Scott, who has already formed a combination - both on and off the field - with Raiders winger Nick Cotric. Wests are circling Leilua after missing out on landing Latrell Mitchell, who jumped ship from the Sydney Roosters to arch rivals South Sydney.

More: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6591291/wests-tigers-deal-to-decide-whether-leilua-stays-or-goes/?cs=14239

2020 Junior Representatives Final Squads

Raiders Club News
Posted By: Raidercast
January 21, 2020, 05:24:45 PM
Congratulations to the following players who have been named in the Canberra Raiders Junior Representative Final Squads for the 2020 season.

S.G. Ball Cup (Under 18 Boys) Henry Alesi

Pauliasi Amone

Michael Asomua

JJ Clarkson

Caleb Esera

Ethan Foster

Eneseli Kamuta

Ashton Kolinisau

Seeti Kuresa

Bryce Magnone

Trey Mooney

Jackson Owen

Joshua Pokhoney

Levi Rokovuki

Xavier Savage

Kane Smith

Mitchell Spencer

Zane Thomson

Junior Tupou

Keegan Vandenberg

Clay Webb

Jack Williams

Connor Williams

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Pre-Season Training Camp

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Posted By: Raidercast
January 21, 2020, 04:52:58 PM


Pre-Season Training Camp

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Cotric, Croker edge closer to new deals

Raiders NRL News
Posted By: Raidercast
January 21, 2020, 04:42:47 PM
Nick Cotric will sit down with Canberra Raiders hierarchy next week, with the Australian international keen to win an NRL title for his hometown team. His co-captain Jarrod Croker is also in discussions with his next contract potentially ensuring he sees out his record-breaking career with the Green Machine. The Canberra Times revealed back in November they were two of the off-contract players the Raiders wanted to lock down before the season starts. Cotric grew up dreaming of playing in lime green and he's been a sensation since he made that dream come true at the start of the 2017 campaign. He's gone on to not only play 70 NRL games but represent both NSW and Australia as well.

More: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6591282/cotric-croker-edge-closer-to-new-deals/?cs=14239

Cotric pleased to be back in Canberra

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Posted By: Raidercast
January 21, 2020, 04:30:48 PM


Cotric pleased to be back in Canberra

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