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CANBERRA Raiders skipper Alan Tongue and centre Justin Carney are in doubt for Sunday
CANBERRA will have their three star players back on deck for this week's clash with Melbourne.
THE Raiders will be without in form forward Tom Learoyd-Lahrs for this weekend
JOSH McCrone is set to make his debut at halfback for the Green Machine this week, while the Raiders and Canberra Rugby League have struck a new sponsorship deal for Juniors.
SHUTTING down Raiders playmaker Terry Campese will be the key says Titans skipper Scott Prince.
THE Wests Tigers have defeated the Canberra Raiders 34-26 in a highly entertaining encounter at Campbelltown Stadium.
JOEL Thompson was today stood down by the Canberra Raiders after the second rower was charged with assault...
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Paul Zines looks at the 2008 NRL season, club-by-club. More season reviews for other NRL clubs to follow in the days ahead.
BRONX Goodwin is reportedly considering taking legal action against the Canberra Raiders.
THE Canberra Raiders have terminated the contract of Raiders player Bronx Goodwin, following a meeting of the Raiders board today.
THE Canberra Raiders side have pulled off a stunning 28-24 extra time victory over the Brisbane Broncos in today's Toyota Cup (National Youth Competition) Under 20s Grand Final.
THE Cronulla Sharks have produced a dominant attacking performance to post a 36-10 victory over a disappointing Canberra Raiders team at Toyota Park, leaving the Raiders hanging on to their 2008 season by a thread.
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.