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2021 Best Moments: Wighton powers to the line

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September 17, 2021, 09:09:21 AM
2021 Best Moments: Wighton and Nicoll-Klokstad try savers against Titans

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September 16, 2021, 07:05:01 PM


2021 Best Moments: Wighton and Nicoll-Klokstad try savers against Titans

More: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2021/09/16/2021-best-moments-wighton-and-nicoll-klokstad-try-savers-against-titans/

Bulldogs’ backline boost as rising star re-signs; Eels hooker seals UK exit: Transfer Centre

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Posted By: Raidercast
September 16, 2021, 04:40:52 PM


The Bulldogs have re-signed a promising young talent on a long-term deal while an Eels hooker is off to England after finalising his exit. TRANSFER CENTRE >>

More: https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl-premiership/nrl-2021-st-georgeillawarra-dragons-gold-coast-titans-departing-players-corey-norman-ashley-taylor-tyrone-peachey-transfer-centre-signings/news-story/a6c1cdb196e86219a8075fa120d8ae69

Raider Horsburgh's injury woes continue

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Posted By: Raidercast
September 16, 2021, 12:40:55 PM
Canberra Raiders prop Corey Horsburgh's injury woes have continued, having undergone a shoulder reconstruction similar to what Bailey Simonsson had last year. Horsburgh was expected to be fit for round one, but will only return to contact training in January. The 23-year-old missed almost three months this season due to a dislocated wrist, as well as the opening six rounds due to a foot injury he suffered last year. He injured the shoulder in the final game of the season - against the Sydney Roosters. Simonsson's 2020 was ended when he hurt his shoulder against the Melbourne Storm midway through last year.

More: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/7433089/raider-horsburghs-injury-woes-continue/?cs=14239

Injury Update: Horsburgh, Whitehead, Croker

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Posted By: Raidercast
September 16, 2021, 12:40:48 PM
The Raiders can provide an update on post-season injuries, with some players undergoing or planning to undergo surgery ahead of the 2022 pre-season. 

Corey Horsburgh has had surgery on a shoulder injury he sustained in the Round 25 match against the Roosters. Horsburgh will make a gradual return to pre-season training with contact to resume post-Christmas. He will aim to be available in round one. 

Elliott Whitehead will have minor surgery this week on an elbow injury. Whitehead will be ready to resume full training at the commencement of the 2022 pre-season in November. 

Jarrod Croker will have surgery on his knee in early October. He will aim to resume running in January when the team resumes training in the post-Christmas period with a goal of being ready for the beginning of the season. 

Xavier Savage will commence contact in January and is on track to be ready for any trial matches. 

Injury/Suspension

NAME: Xavier Savage

INJURY: Shoulder

EXPECTED RETURN: Pre-Season trials

 

NAME: Corey Horsburgh

INJURY: Shoulder

EXPECTED RETURN: Round 1

 

NAME: Elliott Whitehead

INJURY: Elbow

EXPECTED RETURN: Pre-Season training

 

NAME: Jarrod Croker

INJURY: Knee

EXPECTED RETURN: Round 1



More: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2021/09/16/injury-update-horsburgh-whitehead-croker/

Gallery: Best action shots of 2021

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September 16, 2021, 12:08:13 PM
Dally M Awards to be held over two nights

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September 16, 2021, 12:08:13 PM
The Dally M Awards will be held over two nights for the first time with Fox Sports broadcasting both events.

A made-for-television event will be broadcast on Monday night which will crown a number of award winners before the Dally M Medal will be announced at a gala ceremony at Howard Smith Wharves in Brisbane seven days later on September 27.

The first television event will provide a greater spotlight on the supporting awards, including the Try and Tackle of the Year fan-voted gongs, that are traditionally crowned on Dally M night and build excitement towards the Dally M Medal count a week later.

Having two events will be a unique opportunity to celebrate the best performances of 2021, according to NRL CEO Andrew Abdo.

"The Dally M Awards showcase the exceptional performances of the season and this year we can celebrate the achievements of our players and officials across two events," he said.

"With the entire competition relocated to Queensland in 2021, it was important to think differently for our awards this year.



More: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2021/09/16/dally-m-awards-to-be-held-over-two-nights/

2021 Best Moments: Raiders left edge on the attack

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Posted By: Raidercast
September 16, 2021, 09:05:07 AM
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