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CANBERRA Raiders hooker Glen Buttriss has signed a new two year deal with the Raiders, with the Cootamundra junior remaining at the club until the end of 2015.
THE Manly Sea Eagles produced a flawless second half performance to come away with a gutsy 16-10 win in front of 10,871 vocal fans at Brookvale Oval.
CRONULLA have withstood a late Raiders fightback to post a dominant 30 points to 20 win in front of 12,130 fans at Cronulla Stadium this afternoon.
THE Canberra Raiders today showed a clean pair of heels to flog the Newcastle Knights 44-14 at Canberra Stadium, overcoming a slow start in front of 10,453.
THE Canberra Raiders have received a boost ahead of their round nine match against the Newcastle Knights at Canberra Stadium, with Blake Ferguson confirming today he has extended his contract with the club until the end of the 2015 season.
THE Canberra Raiders have done the unexpected and ended the winning streak of the Melbourne Storm with a 24-20 victory at AAMI Park in front of 15,464 fans.
THE Canberra Raiders will be joining in on Canberra
THE North Queensland Cowboys have emerged victorious over the Canberra Raiders in an error filled game at 1300SMILES Stadium in Townsville this evening. The final score was 30 - 12 in what was a dire affair between the two sides, with plenty of dropped ball, and penalties to match.
THE Canberra Raiders continue to sign up their future stars, with Mark Nicholls re-signing a new deal today that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2015 season.
CANBERRA have scored three tries in the final thirty minutes to overcome a gutsy Warriors side 20 points to 16 in front of 9,699 fans at Canberra Stadium tonight.
THE Canberra Raiders have received a huge boost on the eve of their clash with the New Zealand Warriors at Canberra Stadium, with Jarrod Croker re-signing with the club for a further two seasons until the end of 2015.
THE Canberra Raiders have come from behind to clinch victory from the Sydney Roosters 24-22 in a close encounter at Canberra Stadium in front of 10,969 fans.
THE Broncos emerge from the Dugan saga with zero credit... and so does the NRL.
THE St. George Illawarra Dragons' poor record in nation's capital continued tonight with the Canberra Raiders executing a 30-17 win in front of 12,115 fans at Canberra Stadium.
CANBERRA Raiders CEO Don Furner said the Raiders can feel vindicated about their involvement in the recent ASADA investigation and knew they had little to worry about from a club perspective.