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2017 Holden Cup: Rd 14 V Panthers

Post by greeneyed » June 6, 2017, 3:17 pm

2017 Holden Cup: Rd 14 V Panthers

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Canberra Raiders V Penrith Panthers
Saturday 10 June 1:00pm
Penrith Stadium
TV coverage: None

Canberra Raiders

1. Timoci Vatubuli
2. Komiti Tuilagi
3. Sebastian Kris
4. Andre Niko
5. Mikaele Ravalawa
6. Derek Hay
7. Lachlan Cooper
8. Emre Guler
9. Jarred Tuite (c)
10. Fabien Paletua-Kiri
11. Jack Murchie
12. Jacob Field
13. Zac Masters

14. Sam Finnigan
15. Kye Madden
16. Matthew Scott
17. Sione Afemui

18. Mitchell Smith
19. William Samuel
20. Kitione Vikash
21. Jayden Carroll
22. Daniel Keir
23. Quinlyn Cannon

Penrith Panthers

1. Caleb Aekins
2. Brian Too
3. Richie Munchow
4. Mose Feilo
5. Daniel Brown
6. Sam Martin-Savage
7. Dean Blore
8. Tom Skinner
9. Wayde Egan (C)
10. Stefano Hala
11. Reed Izzard
12. Billy Burns
13. Liam Martin

14. Mitch Kenny
15. Tevita Mapapalangi
16. Carl Winterstein
17. Mitch Revell

18. Jake Brennan
19. Ray Maroun
20. Jamon Wormleaton
21. Jesse Abbott
22. John Kaufusi
23. Meni Luke

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2017 Holden Cup: Rd 14 V Panthers

Post by greeneyed » June 7, 2017, 2:11 pm

2017 Rd 14 Canberra Raiders Holden Cup preview

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Canberra Raiders V Penrith Panthers
Saturday 10 June 1:00pm Penrith Stadium

The Holden Cup Canberra Raiders suffered a convincing 34-18 defeat at the hands of the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale in Round 13.

The Raiders went out to an early lead when winger Mikaele Ravalawa was put into space out wide - and that try was followed up by second rower Jacob Field, who scored off the back of a Lachlan Cooper grubber. The Raiders led 10-0 after just 15 minutes, but the Sea Eagles rebounded with three tries - giving the home team a 16-12 lead at the break.

Canberra came back from the sheds with renewed vigour, and threatened a number of times - but a niggling Manly were prepared to do anything - including to give penalties away - to defend their line. Eventually, the momentum turned the way of the Sea Eagles. Manly scored two quick tries - to Josh Martin in the 57th and to Taniela Paseka in the 62nd minute - and the score suddenly blew out to 26-12.

The Raiders looked like they had scored for sure and certain in the 65th minute, but Komiti Tuilagi was ruled to be held up over the line on the final tackle. Five minutes later, the frustration bubbled over, with an all-in dust up ruled to be initiated by Raiders forward Zac Masters. Manly quickly made the Raiders pay, with winger Jade Anderson going over in the corner on the back of the penalty

The Raiders scored a spectacular try after they regathered the ball from the ensuing kick off - with winger Mikaele Ravalawa crashing over to finish the movement. It narrowed the gap to 30-18 with five minutes remaining. But another try to winger Jade Anderson in the final minute sealed it for the Sea Eagles.

The loss sees the Raiders fall to 10th place on the competition ladder - two competition points away from the top eight. It only gets tougher this weekend, when Canberra meet the second placed Penrith. The Panthers have lost just twice this season and are on the same competition points as the first placed Sharks.

The Panthers cruised to a 28-12 victory over the Canterbury Bulldogs last weekend at Belmore Sports Ground. They piled on four tries in the first half, going to the break with a 22-6 lead. The second half was low scoring, but captain Wayde Egan put the match beyond doubt with five minutes remaining, crossing for his second try of the day - and his 12th for the season. Panthers winger Jamon Wormleaton also posted a double.

The Panthers have won four of their past five matches - but did suffer a six point loss to the Newcastle Knights in Round 11 at Hunter Stadium. The Raiders have a WLLWL form line. The Panthers rank second in the league in attack - averaging 33 points and six tries per match. In comparison, the Raiders average 24.5 points and 4.5 tries per match. The Panthers have the best defence in the competition, conceding just a little over three tries per match, compared to five for the Raiders.

The Raiders have lost fullback Harry Van Dartel after he suffered an ankle injury against the Sea Eagles. Van Dartel will be missed, as he's scored six tries and is averaging over 150 metres from 14 runs per match.

Timoci Vatubuli will debut in green in the No. 1 jersey. Vatubuli has a Fijian background - and has previously played junior football in Wagga Wagga and in the Parramatta district with Wentworthville. Most recently, he's been turning out with the Tuggeranong Bushrangers in the centres.

Derek Hay made a good debut in the halves last weekend when he was a late inclusion for Jayden Carroll. He retains his place at five eighth, alongside half Lachlan Cooper.

For the Panthers, Daniel Brown returns on the wing and Stefano Hala at prop - after they were late omissions last weekend. The Raiders will have to watch Brown: he's scored 10 tries this season. Hala's likely to cause some damage as well: he's averaging 130 metres from 12 runs and 15 tackles per match. Tevita Mapapalangi drops back to the bench, while Mitch Revell retains his place in the top 17 after being a late inclusion last week.

Our tip: It will be tough ask for the Raiders to win this one, away from home. Panthers by 12.

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Re: 2017 Holden Cup: Rd 14 V Panthers

Post by greeneyed » June 8, 2017, 11:00 am

NYC Preview: Canberra Raiders v Penrith Panthers

The Canberra Raiders will be looking to bounce back after a tough loss last week when they come up against the Penrith Panthers at Pepper Stadium this Saturday.

After going down to the Sea Eagles by 16 points last weekend, the Raiders will be out to shake up the competition and get their season back on track by defeating the second placed Penrith Panthers on their home turf.

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Re: 2017 Holden Cup: Rd 14 V Panthers

Post by The Greenhouse » June 10, 2017, 12:33 pm

Welcome to our coverage of today's Holden Cup clash. The Canberra Raiders have not supplied a final team line up again this week.

Here's the Panthers final team:

1. Caleb AEKINS
2. Brian TOO
3. Richie MUNCHOW
4. Mose FEILO
5. Daniel BROWN
6. Sam MARTIN-SAVAGE
7. Dean BLORE
8. Tom SKINNER
14. Mitch KENNY
10. Stefano HALA
11. Reed IZZARD
12. Billy BURNS
13. Liam MARTIN

16. Carl WINTERSTEIN
17. Mitch REVELL
18. Jake BRENNAN
19. Ray MAROUN

This post will update, so keep checking back for the latest scores.

FIRST HALF

Match underway at Penrith Stadium. Canberra has possession first set.
3rd min Raiders receive two penalties, but make an error early in the set.
8th min TRY PANTHERS to Billy Burns following a Sam Martin-Savage grubber. Dean Blore converts. Panthers 6-0.
14th min Raiders force a line drop out and get a repeat set.
15th min TRY RAIDERS to Jack Murchie, who runs through a big hole in the defensive line. No conversion. Panthers 6-4
20th min TRY PANTHERS to Dean Blore who gathers a ricocheted kick. He converts his own try. Panthers 12-4
27th min TRY RAIDERS after grounding a loose ball to narrow the gap. Converted. Panthers 12-10
31st TRY PANTHERS to Brian Too. No conversion from Blore. Panthers 16-10

HALF TIME Panthers 16-10

SECOND HALF

Second half underway. Panthers with the ball first set.
49th min Still Panthers 16-10
51st min TRY RAIDERS to Jack Murchie, his second of the afternoon. Converted. Raiders 16 Panthers 16
54th min TRY PANTHERS to Daniel Brown over out wide. Blore converts from the sideline. Panthers 22-16
69th min TRY PANTHERS to Jake Brennan, converted Blore. Panthers 28-16
76th min TRY RAIDERS to Sebastian Kris out wide. Converted. Panthers 28-22
79th min Raiders get six again, on attack! But a Blore tackle forces a Raiders error.

FULL TIME Panthers 28-22
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Re: 2017 Holden Cup: Rd 14 V Panthers

Post by Notaroboticfish » June 10, 2017, 1:30 pm

Why have the Raiders not supplied a team list 2 weeks in a row?


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Re: 2017 Holden Cup: Rd 14 V Panthers

Post by greeneyed » June 10, 2017, 1:48 pm

Notaroboticfish wrote:Why have the Raiders not supplied a team list 2 weeks in a row?


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Part of the continued downgrading of the Holden Cup I'm assuming.


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Re: 2017 Holden Cup: Rd 14 V Panthers

Post by -PJ- » June 10, 2017, 1:49 pm

Where's Harry ?
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Re: 2017 Holden Cup: Rd 14 V Panthers

Post by greeneyed » June 10, 2017, 2:08 pm

-PJ- wrote:Where's Harry ?


It's in the preview.


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Re: 2017 Holden Cup: Rd 14 V Panthers

Post by greeneyed » June 10, 2017, 4:22 pm

Penrith Panthers prevail over Canberra Raiders in NYC battle

The NYC Panthers have jumped to equal first on the Holden Cup ladder after a 28-22 win over Canberra Raiders at Pepper Stadium.

The Panthers were kept honest for large parts of the game as a dogged Canberra outfit kept themselves within reach, before the Panthers ran in two second-half tries to seal victory.

Penrith Panthers 28 – 22 Canberra Raiders

Read more: http://www.penrithpanthers.com.au/news/ ... evail.html
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