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LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S talented team of writers will continue the club by club review of the 2009 season. Today, Josh Hill puts Canberra's inconsistent year under the microscope.
THE Raiders Toyota Cup side has been boosted ahead of their elimination final against the Wests Tigers on Friday night, with NRL star Daniel Vidot included in the team in the centres.
THE Raiders most prestigious award has two winners this year with Josh Miller and Josh Dugan joint winners of the 2009 Meninga Medal.
THE Raiders have named an unchanged lineup for their final match of the 2009 season against the Brisbane Broncos on Sunday night at Suncorp Stadium.
THE Raiders have named experienced winger Phil Graham in the side for this weeks clash against the Newcastle Knights at Canberra Stadium, after he was a late withdrawal in the loss to the Warriors on Sunday afternoon with a virus.
THE Canberra Raiders have today resolved proceedings in the Industrial Relations Commission regarding former player Bronx Goodwin, with Goodwin deciding to discontinue his proceedings against the club.
THE CFMEU Canberra Raiders have named Joel Monaghan in the centres this weekend, for the Green Machine
THE Canberra Raiders have turned out their best performance of the season to take down the table topping St George Illawarra Dragons 24-12 in a classic encounter at Canberra Stadium tonight.
THE Tigers have held on to their chance of making the finals and effectively ended that of the Raiders, taking an emphatic 25-4 victory at Canberra Stadium this afternoon.
THE Canberra Raiders and Canberra Stadium are giving fans the chance to have a run on the Raiders home ground this weekend, following the Raiders v Tigers match on Sunday afternoon.
THE Raiders are encouraging all Raiders and rugby league fans to get out to Canberra Stadium for the last four home matches of the 2009 season.
THE Raiders will be without Tom Learoyd-Lahrs for at least one week, after he was ruled out today with a knee injury for Sunday
THE Penrith Panthers have effectively ended the semi-final aspirations of the Raiders with a 27-14 victory over the from the nations capital at CUA Stadium tonight. The Panthers outscored the visitors 4 tries to 3 in what was often a scrappy game.
EXCITING attacking football was enough for the Canberra Raiders to get home over the Gold Coast Titans today, the boys from the nation's capital holding out a strong second half Titans comeback to win 34-28 in front of 9,800 fans at Canberra Stadium.
THE Canberra Raiders have defeated the Melbourne Storm for the first time since 2002, recording a 26-16 upset in Canberra this afternoon.