Marked Men: Canberra Raiders
Thursday 15 August 2013 4:30 PM
Check out this list of 'Marked Men' from the Raiders that Bulldogs HQ has singled out as players to watch when the Bulldogs take on Canberra this Saturday afternoon.
He burst onto the scene this year and what a talent Anthony is. He is electric on his feet and can create something out of nothing. Whether it’s at the back for the Raiders, in the halves or off the Bench, he sure has been a standout for Canberra this year.
Still only 18 he sure has a big future in the game. An x-factor and one the Bulldogs need to put under pressure.
- Averages 10 runs(96m)
- Has 65 tackle breaks for the year, average of 5 a game
- 12 line breaks for the year
- 6 tries
- A 80.6% kick difusal
He returned to the Raiders line-up last week and almost single handedly beat the Roosters.
He has been out for a period of time, but prior to that and from what we seen on the weekend he is one of the Raiders best attacking weapons. He is a strong runner of the ball, great in the air and another who can create something out of nothing.
He got his first origin jersey this year and will be a handful for the Bulldogs left hand side defence.
- Averages 10 runs(103m)
- Has 44 tackle breaks for the year
- 10 line breaks
- 10 tries
- A 75% kick difusal
The Raiders right side back-rower has been devastating this year and his origin call up was certainly deserved. He is a handful and is one of the most damaging runners of the ball in our game.
Not only is he damaging with the ball, but also without it, which have seen him come up with some big tackles this year, which will feature on highlight reels.
Josh will be a handful for the Dogs defence, but they will need to be effective and minimise his impact in the match. His combination with Ferguson will be one the Dogs will need to watch.
- Averages 12 runs(114m)
- 66 tackle breaks this year
- 7 line breaks
- Averages 34.4m per game after contact
- Has a tackle efficiency of 91.9%