NRL Stats Breakdown Rd 20: New Zealand Warriors v Canberra Raiders

Canberra Raiders centre and captain Jarrod Croker

It is hard to split these two sides historically as both have enjoyed good times and bad times. 

In 2019, though, the Raiders are in the better position. With a finals berth beckoning, can the Warriors spoil the Green Machine party?

New Zealand Warriors v Canberra Raiders Stats Breakdown

The New Zealand Warriors and Canberra Raiders have played each other on 42 occasions; the Warriors have won 19 games, the Raiders have won 21 games and there have been two draws.

The Warriors have won the last two clashes between the two sides, having lost four in a row prior to that.

The Raiders have won just three games in their last thirteen clashes at Mt Smart Stadium against the Warriors.

The first clash between the two sides was a 15-8 win for the Canberra Raiders in round 21, 1995.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 17
Jarrod Croker (CAN) – 17
Laurie Daley (CAN) – 8
Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 7
Sean Hoppe (WAR/CAN) – 5
Lesley Vainikolo (CAN) – 5
Joel Monaghan (CAN) – 5

Top point-scorer in this clash

Jarrod Croker (CAN) – 17 tries & 47 goals (158 pts)
Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 7 tries, 37 goals & 2 field goals (104 pts)
Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 17 tries (68 pts)
Clinton Schifcofske (CAN) – 1 try, 24 goals & 2 field goals (54 pts)
David Furner (CAN) – 3 tries & 18 goals (52 pts)
Stacey Jones (WAR) – 4 tries, 11 goals & 2 field goals (40 pts)
Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 18 goals (36 pts)
Luke Williamson (CAN) – 1 try, 14 goals & 1 field goal (33 pts)
Laurie Daley (CAN) – 8 tries (32 pts)
Matt Gafa (CAN) – 3 tries & 7 goals (26 pts)
Terry Campese (CAN) – 1 try & 10 goals (24 pts)
James Maloney (WAR) – 2 tries, 7 goals & 1 field goal (23 pts)

Former New Zealand Warriors winger Manu Vatuvei

Head Coaching records

Tim Sheens (CAN) – 2/2 (100%)
David Furner (CAN) – 5/7 (71.4%)
Andrew McFadden (WAR) – 4/6 (66.7%)
Anthony Kemp (WAR) – 2/3 (66.7%)
Mal Meninga (CAN) – 5/9 (55.6%)
Stephen Kearney (WAR) – 2/4 (50%)
Frank Endacott (WAR) – 1/2 (50%)
Matthew Elliott (WAR) – 1/2 (50%)
Neil Henry (CAN) – 1/2 (50%)
Matthew Elliott (CAN) – 4/9 (44.4%)
Daniel Anderson (WAR) – 3/7 (42.9%)
Ricky Stuart (CAN) – 4/10 (40%)
Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 3/7 (42.9%)
John Monie (WAR) – 1/3 (33.3%)
Mark Graham (WAR) – 1/4 (25%)
Tony Iro (WAR) – 0/1 (0%)
Brian McClennan (WAR) – 0/1 (0%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Sean Hoppe – 1992-1993 (CAN) & 1995-1999 (WAR)
  2. Phil Blake – 1992 (CAN) & 1995-1997 (WAR)
  3. Ruben Wiki – 1993-2004 (CAN) & 2005-2008 (WAR)
  4. Quentin Pongia – 1993-1997 (CAN) & 1998 (WAR)
  5. Anthony Swann – 1996-1998 (WAR) & 2000-2001 (CAN)
  6. Tyran Smith – 1998 (WAR) & 2002-2005 (CAN)
  7. Odell Manuel – 1999-2000 (WAR) & 2001-2002 (CAN)
  8. Jason Death – 1991-1995 (CAN) & 1999-2001 (WAR)
  9. Justin Morgan – 2000 (CAN) & 2001-2002 (WAR)
  10. Sione Faumuina – 2001 (CAN) & 2002-2006 (WAR)
  11. Bill Tupou – 2010-2013 (WAR) & 2013-2015 (CAN)
  12. Shaun Berrigan – 2011 (WAR) & 2012-2013 (CAN)
  13. Matthew Allwood – 2014 (CAN) & 2015-2016 (WAR)
  14. Charlie Gubb – 2013-2017 (WAR) & 2018 (CAN)
  15. Ata Hingano – 20116-2017 (WAR) & 2018 (CAN)
  16. Siliva Havili – 2014-2015 (WAR) & 2018-2019 (CAN)

Biggest winning margins

The Canberra Raiders biggest win over the New Zealand Warriors was a comfortable 56-12 success in round 5, 2000.

An equally comfortable success happened for the New Zealand Warriors after a 54-12 win in round 9, 2014.

Players sin-binned/sent-off in this clash

  1. Steve Stone (CAN) & Mark Horo (WAR) both sin-binned in round 21, 1996.
  2. Adam Blair (WAR) sin-binned in round 3, 2018.

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