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The Raiders upset the Tigers 30-16 at Campbelltown Stadium in Round 4.

The Wests Tigers, missing Robbie Farah to suspension, led 12-10 at halftime before a hat-trick of tries to the visitors from the 46th to 68th minutes set up a stunning comeback win.

The Raiders, who were under-strength themselves with Josh Dugan sidelined with injury, found themselves on the wrong side of the scoreboard after 40 minutes despite dominating the attack – they made five first-half line-breaks to their opponents’ one.

However, seven additional line busts in the second half were too much for the Tigers’ defence to manage, with the home side crumpling to an embarrassing 34 missed tackles after the break.  

Terry Campese starred for the Raiders with a try and two try assists, while centre Jarrod Croker scored two tries and made three line-breaks.

Incredibly, Tigers’ stand-in captain Benji Marshall made just three runs (from 43 receives) for a total of eight metres on the evening.
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