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A try fest in Canberra today by both sides, with 16 tries in total, will see the Canberra Raiders finishing the 2008 season in 6th position, just ahead of the Dragons, while the Canterbury Bulldogs will take away the 2008 Wooden Spoon.
THE Canberra Raiders have continued on from where they left off last week and downed an inferior Newcastle Knights side 38-18 in front of 12,206 fans at Canberra Stadium today.
A Peter Wallace inspired Broncos outfit saw off the in form Raiders 34 points to 6 in front of more than 28,000 fans at Suncorp Stadium this afternoon.
A clinical performance from the Canberra Raiders has seen them upset the Sydney Roosters 34-12 at Canberra Stadium.
A clinical Canberra Raiders performance has seen them defeat the St George Illawarra Dragons at WIN Stadium this afternoon...
THE Canberra Raiders have put the top eight on notice with a convincing 19-12 victory over the St George Illawarra Dragons in Wollongong today.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy celebrated his 100th victory at the helm of the club after his side produced a 30-14 home win over the Raiders...
THE Cronulla Sharks have claimed equal top spot on the NRL ladder following a comprehensive 36-24 victory over the Canberra Raiders...
THE Canberra Raiders have handed out an embarrassing defeat to the Bulldogs...
DEBUTANT Justin Carney has scored two tries to guide the Canberra Raiders to a comprehensive 34-16 victory over an injury-depleted Brisbane Broncos outfit at Canberra Stadium.
MATEO has a hand three tries, Raiders miss too many tackles
MATT Orford stuck to the game plan tonight to guide Manly to a 13 point victory over a pedestrian Raiders outfit. This was despite Manly's Adam Cuthbertson being sent off.
THE New Zealand Warriors have held the Canberra Raiders out at a wet and empty Mt Smart Stadium today, taking the match 14-6 in atrocious conditions.
STORM v Raiders preview plus facts and info from Melbourne.
THE Canberra Raiders have produced an inspirational fightback against the Wests Tigers today, reviving memories of the 1989 Grand Final to defeat the visitors by 30-24 at Canberra Stadium.