Canberra has completed one of the greatest comebacks in rugby league history to beat Wests Tigers at Leichhardt.
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The Raiders were down 22-0 early in the first half but fought back to win 30-22. It was a miraculous turnaround, one of the best you’ll ever see.
The Tigers started on fire, Tim Simona crossing early.
Keith Galloway put them 10-0 up after seven minutes.
Then it was Luke Brooks turn.
Pat Ritchards made it 22-0 and the game looked over.
But the Raiders managed two tries before half-time. First, Shannon Boyd forced his way over.
Then Jarrod Croker leapt high and scored an amazing try.
The Raiders had a sniff and the comeback was on when Kurt Bapiste smartly set up a four-pointer under the posts.
Then Jack Wighton tied it up at 22-22 with this try.
A penalty from Croker edged the Raiders in front by two. With a minute to go Jordan Rapana crossed on the right wing and Canberra’s memorable victory was confirmed.