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Dragons Slay Raiders

By Kramer - 8 July 2007 5

The Raiders were left scorched by the Dragons, in what should have been a far scrappier bottom of the table struggle. Instead the infamous Todd Carney put his foot down driving the Raiders to an early 6-0 lead. From that point the Raiders were running on empty for the rest of the half – except for a very dubious try to the Raiders Ryan Hinchcliffe right on half time, making the score 22-10. The second half saw the Dragons continue to stack on the points, only to be briefly interrupted by another Todd Carney try. After that it was back to a League lesson for the Raiders, as 9 different players had scored tries for the Dragons by full time. The final score 58-16, seeing the Dragons equal their previous highest match score.

Plenty of details of the carnage from the Dragons
…and a more subdued report from the Raiders

So do we need to put the rest of the team on community service, or weekend detention? or maybe just time away from the field has stopped Carney getting stale like his team mates…

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5 Responses to
Dragons Slay Raiders
boomacat 9:08 pm 11 Jul 07

John Howard supports the Dragons, that should be enough to turn anyone off

Sammy 8:36 am 11 Jul 07

the Dragons are such a shitehouse team

Who defeated one of the premiership front-runners (Manly) the week before.

boomacat 1:38 pm 09 Jul 07

A disgraceful result…especially because the Dragons are such a shitehouse team.

Stung 10:00 am 09 Jul 07

58 missed tackles raiders?? I hear those wooden spoon calls at the beginning of the season starting up again

Thumper 7:55 am 09 Jul 07

The last three weeks saw the raiders lose to some very dubious decisions.

Yesterday they were given a good old fashioned flogging. The Raiders were woeful and if they don’t pick up their game they will run last.

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