MORE GREAT CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: "Do you believe in hoodoos? Do you believe in miracles?", 2011 In Round 20 2011, the Raiders hoodoo continued over the Dragons, with an incredible last minute try to Josh Dugan to win the match. After leading 18-6 at half time, the Dragons thought they'd sealed it 19-18, with a Jamie Soward field goal in the dying minutes. But with just seconds remaining, a short kick off gave the Raiders another chance and they took it. Final score: Raiders 24 Dragons…

MORE GREAT CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: "Do you believe in hoodoos? Do you believe in miracles?", 2011 In Round 20 2011, the Raiders hoodoo continued over the Dragons, with an incredible last minute try to Josh Dugan to win the match. After leading 18-6 at half time, the Dragons thought they'd sealed it 19-18, with a Jamie Soward field goal in the dying minutes. But with just seconds remaining, a short kick off gave the Raiders another chance and they took it. Final score: Raiders 24 Dragons…

GREATEST CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS  30. Final home match for Croker, Woolford and Schifcofske, 2006    The end of 2006 saw the departure of a host of experienced players, not least of all Jason Croker. Croker left the Raiders for France, as the most capped Raider ever, with 318 games. Clinton Schifcofske, Simon Woolford - both captains of the club - Adam Mogg, Jason Smith and Michael Hodgson also played their final home game alongside Croker.

GREATEST CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS 30. Final home match for Croker, Woolford and Schifcofske, 2006 The end of 2006 saw the departure of a host of experienced players, not least of all Jason Croker. Croker left the Raiders for France, as the most capped Raider ever, with 318 games. Clinton Schifcofske, Simon Woolford - both captains of the club - Adam Mogg, Jason Smith and Michael Hodgson also played their final home game alongside Croker.

2013 Round 6 Canberra Raiders V Warriors: Raiders player Terry Campese hugs his mum after his return from injury.

2013 Round 6 Canberra Raiders V Warriors: Raiders player Terry Campese hugs his mum after his return from injury.

MORE GREAT CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: Classic fiery clash with Dragons, 2009    Instantly rated a classic, this fiery clash with the Dragons is remembered for some explosive clashes up front and an explosion of points from the Raiders in the second half. A Josh Miller clash with Michael Weyman encapsulated the ferocity of the contest, with heads knocking together and Weyman dropping to the ground. The premiership contending Dragons never recovered from the jolt in season 2009.

MORE GREAT CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: Classic fiery clash with Dragons, 2009 Instantly rated a classic, this fiery clash with the Dragons is remembered for some explosive clashes up front and an explosion of points from the Raiders in the second half. A Josh Miller clash with Michael Weyman encapsulated the ferocity of the contest, with heads knocking together and Weyman dropping to the ground. The premiership contending Dragons never recovered from the jolt in season 2009.

GREATEST CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: 1. Grand Final full time, 1989 The greatest ever Grand Final, and the first premiership for the Canberra Raiders. The joy amongst the team and in the national capital has not been equalled before or since. The incredible winning streak meant the Raiders were the first team from fourth or fifth to win the premiership, and the first team from outside Sydney to take the crown.

GREATEST CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: 1. Grand Final full time, 1989 The greatest ever Grand Final, and the first premiership for the Canberra Raiders. The joy amongst the team and in the national capital has not been equalled before or since. The incredible winning streak meant the Raiders were the first team from fourth or fifth to win the premiership, and the first team from outside Sydney to take the crown.

2009 NRL Rd 1 - Wests Tigers v Canberra Raiders - Terry Campese

NRL Rd 1 - Wests Tigers v Raiders

MORE GREAT CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: Raiders dominate Dragons, 2010    Another classic match against the Dragons at Canberra Stadium. Canberra showed it had what it took to compete in the 2010 finals with a storming 32-16 win over St George Illawarra, the ultimate premier club. The match started to swing to the Raiders with a great try from Terry Campese. It was followed later by two devastating long range tries by Josh Dugan and Joe Picker.

MORE GREAT CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: Raiders dominate Dragons, 2010 Another classic match against the Dragons at Canberra Stadium. Canberra showed it had what it took to compete in the 2010 finals with a storming 32-16 win over St George Illawarra, the ultimate premier club. The match started to swing to the Raiders with a great try from Terry Campese. It was followed later by two devastating long range tries by Josh Dugan and Joe Picker.

Gallery: Raiders v Titans

Gallery: Raiders v Titans

GREATEST CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: 3. A dominant third premiership, 1994 The Raiders had the 1994 Grand Final won from the kickoff. Paul Osborne, a late call up for a suspended John Lomax, produced some brilliant offloads to set up the first two tries. It was a dominant and comprehensive victory over the Bulldogs, 36-12.

GREATEST CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: 3. A dominant third premiership, 1994 The Raiders had the 1994 Grand Final won from the kickoff. Paul Osborne, a late call up for a suspended John Lomax, produced some brilliant offloads to set up the first two tries. It was a dominant and comprehensive victory over the Bulldogs, 36-12.

MORE GREAT CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: Raiders beat Storm hoodoo, 2009     Canberra had not beaten the Melbourne Storm in seven seasons and were enduring an awful run in 2009. Canberra went to a commanding 20-4 lead early in the second half, with the Raiders forwards working over the highly rated Storm pack, and Canberra’s kicking game keeping the Melbourne attack contained. Melbourne came back, but a Bronson Harrison try sealed the match, setting off scenes of jubilation at Canberra Stadium.

MORE GREAT CANBERRA RAIDERS MOMENTS: Raiders beat Storm hoodoo, 2009 Canberra had not beaten the Melbourne Storm in seven seasons and were enduring an awful run in 2009. Canberra went to a commanding 20-4 lead early in the second half, with the Raiders forwards working over the highly rated Storm pack, and Canberra’s kicking game keeping the Melbourne attack contained. Melbourne came back, but a Bronson Harrison try sealed the match, setting off scenes of jubilation at Canberra Stadium.

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