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Raiders out muscled at Brookvale

By David Heidelberg - 17 April 2005 2

The Canberra Raiders recorded their first loss of the season, going down 36-14 to the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale oval.

The Raiders played reasonable well in the first half, going into the break with a 2-point lead.

Unfortunately poor ball security, and poor discipline, let them down in the second half.

The Sea Eagles were much more enthusiastic in attack, and successfully repelled the Raiders close to their own line.

The Sea Eagles first try came in extremely controversial circumstances, when it appeared a Raiders defender was taken in a head high tackle by Eagles Five Eighth, Michael Witt. He subsequently dropped the ball, allowing the eagles an easy stroll over the line. Video referee Tim Mander, appeared to ignore the high shot and awarded the try. We will here plenty more about that one.

Ultimately that decision wasn’t the difference between the sides, with the Raiders being totally outplayed. Lets just hope they can pick themselves up for a better showing next week.

Match report courtesy of the NRL can be found here.

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Raiders out muscled at Brookvale
Anonymous 2:39 pm 18 Apr 05

why does sydney hate the raiders so?

Ralph 9:55 am 18 Apr 05

I see the Sydney papers are all declaring yesterday’s game the ‘turning point’ for the Raiders. According to them its all downhill now for the Raiders.

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