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The Canberra Raiders are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from the city of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. They compete in Australasia's elite rugby league competition, the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership. The Raiders' current home ground is Canberra Stadium in Bruce, Australian Capital Territory. Previously, the team played home matches at Seiffert Oval in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, with the move to Canberra Stadium taking place in 1990. The official symbol for the Canberra Raiders is the Viking. The Viking, also a mascot at Raiders' games, is known as Victor the Viking.

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7th Tackle: Flight fracas costs Raiders assistant - Yahoo7 Sport

It's been an unhappy week for assistant coaches.

First Manly staffer Willie Peters lost his job after towelling-up the team's high performance man, Dan Ferris, after a day on the booze in the city.

Now we can reveal the Raiders have also been forced to let go a member of their coaching crew following another alcohol-related incident, this time on a commercial flight.

As they flew home from their final game against Melbourne's Holden Cup team on the Sunshine Coast a fortnight ago, the Raiders U20s became rowdy and disrupted passengers.

The Raiders are looking for a new assistant coach. Image: Getty

Qantas cabin crew decided to stop the service of alcohol altogether, which angered other passengers.

Amid the fracas, one of the team's assistant coaches got up when not permitted to go to the toilet. He was reprimanded by the airline and complaints ensued.

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Who is the next Nick Cotric for the Canberra Raiders? - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders young gun Nick Cotric has taken the NRL by storm in his maiden season, but who will follow in his footsteps from the final batch of Raiders under-20s?

Second-rower Jack Murchie and hooker Erin Clark will both join the Raiders top-30 players on the senior roster for next season, with a few more of their teammates a chance of getting development contracts.

Is Jack Murchie the next Nick Cotric? Is Jack Murchie the next Nick Cotric? Photo: Pencil Pollack

Cotric burst through from last year's under-20s to make the Green Machine's left wing his own after he made his debut in round one against North Queensland and then went on to play every game of the season.

He's already won the Raiders and Rugby League Players Association rookie-of-the-year awards and is the favourite for the NRL gong off the back of his 16-try debut season.

Raiders training 2nd August 2017. Erin Clark Raiders training 2nd August 2017. Erin Clark  Photo: Karleen Minney

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Canberra Raiders make Tony Wood, aka Victor the Viking, a life member - The Canberra Times

He's spent 35 years putting smiles on the faces of young fans and the Canberra Raiders returned the favour for the man behind the mask of Victor the Viking.

The Raiders made Tony Wood a life member at the Mal Meninga Medal on Monday night, but he has no plans of hanging up the suit and wants to push on for at least another five years.

Tony Wood, aka Raiders mascot Victor the Viking, has been made a life member of the NRL club. Tony Wood, aka Raiders mascot Victor the Viking, has been made a life member of the NRL club. Photo: Jamila Toderas

Mr Wood first became Victor the Viking in 1983 and has more than 600 NRL games behind him since becoming a piece of the furniture at Canberra Stadium.

He was caught totally unawares by the honour, which included a gold ring that only a few select people have - including Raiders legend Mal Meninga.

"For them to recognise me in that is just a beautiful memory. There's no hard work involved in this, you go out there and sweat a bit, but I'm...


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Canberra Raiders' Dean Pay favourite to replace Des Hasler at Canterbury Bulldogs - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay is the favourite to replace Des Hasler as head coach of the Canterbury Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs sacked Hasler on Tuesday - just five months after agreeing to a two-year contract extension.

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Canberra Raiders to seek $3.6 million tax break on $46 million Braddon development - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Raiders are expected to seek a potential $3.6 million tax break on the club's proposed $46 million Braddon apartment complex.

But Chief Minister Andrew Barr has said he is not inclined to support a waiver on the Raiders development proposal, even if it is formally lodged.

A view of the proposed Braddon development. A view of the proposed Braddon development. Photo: Supplied

Such waivers have been a sore point for the territory government since Mr Barr gave the Brumbies rugby union club 'in-principle' support for a waiver of a $7.5 million 'change of use' charge in 2012.

The club last week submitted its latest development application for its block on Donaldson and Torrens streets in Braddon, for 140 new dwellings across 11 separate buildings on the site, works expected to cost some $46.9 million.

To make way for the development, if approved, the club's lease on the land would need to be changed to allow...


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Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay interviewed for Warrington Wolves job - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay is midway through the interview process for the head coaching job for the Warrington Wolves.

Pay met with the Super League club's chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick on Thursday and was one of several coaches Fitzpatrick was meeting during his trip Down Under.

Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay is being interviewed for the Warrington head coach job. Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay is being interviewed for the Warrington head coach job. Photo: Tom Logan/Raiders Media

Wolves current coach Tony Smith will step down at the end of the Super League season.

It's not the only job Pay's been linked to, with the former Canterbury Bulldogs and Parramatta forward also the favourite to replace Bulldogs coach Des Hasler - if Canterbury decide to end Hasler's six-year reign.

Pay's been highly successful as the NSW under-20s coach and has been an assistant with the Green Machine in charge of defence since he followed senior coach Ricky...


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Who is the next Nick Cotric for the Canberra Raiders? - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders young gun Nick Cotric has taken the NRL by storm in his maiden season, but who will follow in his footsteps from the final batch of Raiders under-20s?

Second-rower Jack Murchie and hooker Erin Clark will both join the Raiders top-30 players on the senior roster for next season, with a few more of their teammates a chance of getting development contracts.

Is Jack Murchie the next Nick Cotric? Is Jack Murchie the next Nick Cotric? Photo: Pencil Pollack

Cotric burst through from last year's under-20s to make the Green Machine's left wing his own after he made his debut in round one against North Queensland and then went on to play every game of the season.

He's already won the Raiders and Rugby League Players Association rookie-of-the-year awards and is the favourite for the NRL gong off the back of his 16-try debut season.

Raiders training 2nd August 2017. Erin Clark Raiders training 2nd August 2017. Erin Clark  Photo: Karleen Minney

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Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart backs Dean Pay as Canterbury Bulldogs being hunt - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart has declared his assistant Dean Pay is ready to be a head coach.

Pay is considered the favourite to replace coach Des Hasler at the Canterbury Bulldogs after the two-time premiership winner was sacked on Tuesday.

Raiders coach Ricky Stuart says Dean Pay is ready to be a senior coach. Raiders coach Ricky Stuart says Dean Pay is ready to be a senior coach. Photo: NRL Imagery/Scott Davis

Stuart and Pay have worked together for the past five years, after they teamed up for one season with the Parramatta Eels and then moved to Canberra together to take the helm of the Raiders.

Pay's also in the running for the top job of Super League club Warrington Wolves, having had an interview with their chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick last week.

While Pay's been in charge of the Raiders' defensive structures, Stuart said he'd also provided valuable input right across the team and had been an invaluable member of his coaching...


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Canberra Raiders' Josh Papalii to miss Prime Minister's XIII due to family death - Brisbane Times

"He's a big body and we're going to need those big bodies up in Papua New Guinea when we're playing their big bodies.

"He's got a World Cup coming up, Papa. It's sad that he's not there at the moment.

"[Coach] Mal [Meninga] is a big fan of his and what he brings to that side is size and experience. His presence there on the edge, he's been playing pretty good for Canberra this year."

Norman had a superb year with the Eels this season, helping the club to a top-four finish before they were bundled out of the finals by North Queensland last weekend.

He adds further depth to a PM's XIII back line already pulsing with talent through the likes of James Tedesco, Tom Trbojevic, Dane Gagai and Jack Bird.

"It's an opportunity for him to show his wares at the end of the season," Lam said.

"Going out last week wasn't ideal for the club and him, but now he gets the opportunity to play for...


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Canberra Raiders' Dean Pay favourite to replace Des Hasler at Canterbury Bulldogs - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay is the favourite to replace Des Hasler as head coach of the Canterbury Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs sacked Hasler on Tuesday - just five months after agreeing to a two-year contract extension.

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Canberra Raiders to seek $3.6 million tax break on $46 million Braddon development - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Raiders are expected to seek a potential $3.6 million tax break on the club's proposed $46 million Braddon apartment complex.

But Chief Minister Andrew Barr has said he is not inclined to support a waiver on the Raiders development proposal, even if it is formally lodged.

A view of the proposed Braddon development. A view of the proposed Braddon development. Photo: Supplied

Such waivers have been a sore point for the territory government since Mr Barr gave the Brumbies rugby union club 'in-principle' support for a waiver of a $7.5 million 'change of use' charge in 2012.

The club last week submitted its latest development application for its block on Donaldson and Torrens streets in Braddon, for 140 new dwellings across 11 separate buildings on the site, works expected to cost some $46.9 million.

To make way for the development, if approved, the club's lease on the land would need to be changed to allow...


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Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart backs Dean Pay as Canterbury Bulldogs being hunt - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart has declared his assistant Dean Pay is ready to be a head coach.

Pay is considered the favourite to replace coach Des Hasler at the Canterbury Bulldogs after the two-time premiership winner was sacked on Tuesday.

Raiders coach Ricky Stuart says Dean Pay is ready to be a senior coach. Raiders coach Ricky Stuart says Dean Pay is ready to be a senior coach. Photo: NRL Imagery/Scott Davis

Stuart and Pay have worked together for the past five years, after they teamed up for one season with the Parramatta Eels and then moved to Canberra together to take the helm of the Raiders.

Pay's also in the running for the top job of Super League club Warrington Wolves, having had an interview with their chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick last week.

While Pay's been in charge of the Raiders' defensive structures, Stuart said he'd also provided valuable input right across the team and had been an invaluable member of his coaching...


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Canberra Raiders' Josh Papalii to miss Prime Minister's XIII due to family death - Brisbane Times

"He's a big body and we're going to need those big bodies up in Papua New Guinea when we're playing their big bodies.

"He's got a World Cup coming up, Papa. It's sad that he's not there at the moment.

"[Coach] Mal [Meninga] is a big fan of his and what he brings to that side is size and experience. His presence there on the edge, he's been playing pretty good for Canberra this year."

Norman had a superb year with the Eels this season, helping the club to a top-four finish before they were bundled out of the finals by North Queensland last weekend.

He adds further depth to a PM's XIII back line already pulsing with talent through the likes of James Tedesco, Tom Trbojevic, Dane Gagai and Jack Bird.

"It's an opportunity for him to show his wares at the end of the season," Lam said.

"Going out last week wasn't ideal for the club and him, but now he gets the opportunity to play for...


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Canberra Raiders to seek $3.6 million tax break on $46 million Braddon development - The Canberra Times

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The Canberra Raiders are expected to seek a potential $3.6 million tax break on the club's proposed $46 million Braddon apartment complex.

But Chief Minister Andrew Barr has said he is not inclined to support a waiver on the Raiders development proposal, even if it is formally lodged.

A view of the proposed Braddon development. A view of the proposed Braddon development. Photo: Supplied

Such waivers have been a sore point for the territory government since Mr Barr gave the Brumbies rugby union club 'in-principle' support for a waiver of a $7.5 million 'change of use' charge in 2012.

The club last week submitted its latest development application for its block on Donaldson and Torrens streets in Braddon, for 140 new dwellings across 11 separate buildings on the site, works expected to cost some $46.9 million.

To make way for the development, if approved, the club's lease on the land would need to be changed to allow...


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Canberra Raiders to seek $3.6 million tax break on $46 million Braddon development - The Canberra Times

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The Canberra Raiders are expected to seek a potential $3.6 million tax break on the club's proposed $46 million Braddon apartment complex.

But Chief Minister Andrew Barr has said he is not inclined to support a waiver on the Raiders development proposal, even if it is formally lodged.

A view of the proposed Braddon development. A view of the proposed Braddon development. Photo: Supplied

Such waivers have been a sore point for the territory government since Mr Barr gave the Brumbies rugby union club 'in-principle' support for a waiver of a $7.5 million 'change of use' charge in 2012.

The club last week submitted its latest development application for its block on Donaldson and Torrens streets in Braddon, for 140 new dwellings across 11 separate buildings on the site, works expected to cost some $46.9 million.

To make way for the development, if approved, the club's lease on the land would need to be changed to allow...


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4137739 canberra-raiders-to-seek-3-6-million-tax-break-on-46-million-braddon-development-the-canberra-times

The Canberra Raiders are expected to seek a potential $3.6 million tax break on the club's proposed $46 million Braddon apartment complex.

But Chief Minister Andrew Barr has said he is not inclined to support a waiver on the Raiders development proposal, even if it is formally lodged.

A view of the proposed Braddon development. A view of the proposed Braddon development. Photo: Supplied

Such waivers have been a sore point for the territory government since Mr Barr gave the Brumbies rugby union club 'in-principle' support for a waiver of a $7.5 million 'change of use' charge in 2012.

The club last week submitted its latest development application for its block on Donaldson and Torrens streets in Braddon, for 140 new dwellings across 11 separate buildings on the site, works expected to cost some $46.9 million.

To make way for the development, if approved, the club's lease on the land would need to be changed to allow...


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The Canberra Raiders are expected to seek a potential $3.6 million tax break on the club's proposed $46 million Braddon apartment complex.

But Chief Minister Andrew Barr has said he is not inclined to support a waiver on the Raiders development proposal, even if it is formally lodged.

A view of the proposed Braddon development. A view of the proposed Braddon development. Photo: Supplied

Such waivers have been a sore point for the territory government since Mr Barr gave the Brumbies rugby union club 'in-principle' support for a waiver of a $7.5 million 'change of use' charge in 2012.

The club last week submitted its latest development application for its block on Donaldson and Torrens streets in Braddon, for 140 new dwellings across 11 separate buildings on the site, works expected to cost some $46.9 million.

To make way for the development, if approved, the club's lease on the land would need to be changed to allow...


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Canberra Raiders to seek $3.6 million tax break on $46 million Braddon development - The Canberra Times

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The Canberra Raiders are expected to seek a potential $3.6 million tax break on the club's proposed $46 million Braddon apartment complex.

But Chief Minister Andrew Barr has said he is not inclined to support a waiver on the Raiders development proposal, even if it is formally lodged.

A view of the proposed Braddon development. A view of the proposed Braddon development. Photo: Supplied

Such waivers have been a sore point for the territory government since Mr Barr gave the Brumbies rugby union club 'in-principle' support for a waiver of a $7.5 million 'change of use' charge in 2012.

The club last week submitted its latest development application for its block on Donaldson and Torrens streets in Braddon, for 140 new dwellings across 11 separate buildings on the site, works expected to cost some $46.9 million.

To make way for the development, if approved, the club's lease on the land would need to be changed to allow...


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Canberra Raiders' Dean Pay favourite to replace Des Hasler at Canterbury Bulldogs - The Canberra Times

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Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay is the favourite to replace Des Hasler as head coach of the Canterbury Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs sacked Hasler on Tuesday - just five months after agreeing to a two-year contract extension.

Des Hasler's demise

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Des Hasler's demise

A look at some of the numbers behind Des Hasler's sacking as coach of NRL club Canterbury.

Kelly reveals why he's staying at the Giants

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Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay is the favourite to replace Des Hasler as head coach of the Canterbury Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs sacked Hasler on Tuesday - just five months after agreeing to a two-year contract extension.

Des Hasler's demise

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Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay is the favourite to replace Des Hasler as head coach of the Canterbury Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs sacked Hasler on Tuesday - just five months after agreeing to a two-year contract extension.

Des Hasler's demise

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Canberra Raiders' Dean Pay favourite to replace Des Hasler at Canterbury Bulldogs - The Canberra Times

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Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay is the favourite to replace Des Hasler as head coach of the Canterbury Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs sacked Hasler on Tuesday - just five months after agreeing to a two-year contract extension.

Des Hasler's demise

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Des Hasler's demise

Des Hasler's demise

A look at some of the numbers behind Des Hasler's sacking as coach of NRL club Canterbury.

Kelly reveals why he's staying at the Giants

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Canberra Raiders' Dean Pay favourite to replace Des Hasler at Canterbury Bulldogs - The Canberra Times

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Canberra Raiders assistant coach Dean Pay is the favourite to replace Des Hasler as head coach of the Canterbury Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs sacked Hasler on Tuesday - just five months after agreeing to a two-year contract extension.

Des Hasler's demise

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Des Hasler's demise

Des Hasler's demise

A look at some of the numbers behind Des Hasler's sacking as coach of NRL club Canterbury.

Kelly reveals why he's staying at the Giants

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