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ONE of the Raiders favourite sons will return home to Canberra to Coach the Raiders from 2014, after Ricky Stuart formally signed a new three year deal
CRONULLA will be confident going into their elimination final against North Queensland after dealing with the Raiders 38-18 in front of 7,615 fans at Canberra.
THE Canberra Raiders board of directors met today to determine the future of Blake Ferguson
THE NRL debut of Mitch Cornish this Sunday against the Sharks at Canberra Stadium has been halted, after the NRL salary cap auditor blocked the opportunity for Cornish to play.
THE Warriors have moved into 8th spot with a demolition job of the Canberra Raiders 50 points to 16 at Mt Smart Stadium tonight.
THE Raiders have been boosted on the eve of the NYC finals series, with three of their most promising under 20
THE Canberra Raiders have been made aware by the NRL of allegations made against one of their players Sandor Earl.
THE Canberra Raiders have stood down centre Blake Ferguson effective immediately from his playing duties.
THE Canberra Raiders board of directors met today at Canberra Stadium, deciding on a sub-committee which will be in charge of appointing a new Head Coach for the 2014 season.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have effectively ended the finals hopes of the Canberra Raiders, in control all the way as they won 36-22 in the nation
THE Canberra Raiders Board of Directors has made a decision on the future of the clubs Head Coaching role
CANTERBURY jumped back on the finals horse and in the process almost certainly ended Canberra's season with a comfortable 28-16 victory in the national capital this afternoon.
THE Sydney Roosters have cemented their spot on top of the NRL ladder after a 28-22 victory at Allianz Stadium. It was not the most convincing win, but they did enough to entertain the crowd of 13,223.
CANBERRA Raiders CEO Don Furner said the club will wait until the end of the season before they discuss the future of fullback Anthony Milford.
THE Melbourne Storm have shown why they shouldn