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Warriors fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck.

In the wake of Friday night's crushing 46-12 loss to the Canberra Raiders on home turf, Warriors forward Jazz Tevaga said only two players could hold their head high after the blowout.

The Warriors gave up five first-half tries to trail 30-0 at the break, prompting a furious outburst from coach Stephen Kearney, who was seen kicking a towel in frustration during his half-time address to the players.

Tevaga said that spray was warranted and criticised his entire team - with the exception of captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and rookie half Chanel Harris-Tavita - for failing to show up with their season on the line.

"It all comes down to individual effort, attitude, and nobody bar probably Chanel and Roger had it tonight," Tevaga said.

"No-one packed their balls, no-one had any heart out there."

Match Highlights: Warriors v Raiders

For his part, a clearly frustrated Kearney said he hadn't seen the performance coming and admitted it had triggered an emotional response.

"I can't remember the last time I was that angry," Kearney said.

"I don't think [it was] anything tactical or technical tonight. I thought it was about a real lack of attitude, which is really disappointing.

"I was disappointed with the fact that we worked so hard over the last six weeks to build, we endured a fair bit along the way… and we created some really good habits.

"That's what I was pissed off about. I thought the first half we got bullied off the park, so that's why I was pretty animated [at half-time].

"To come here tonight and get belted up like that is really disappointing. I was surprised, I didn't picture any of that [happening].

"A couple of tries they scored in the second half were pretty soft, the young boy Bailey Simonsson busted through about five tackles [for his second]."

Heading into the round 20 clash the Warriors had lost just one of their last six games and had made a habit of staying in arm wrestles, with the biggest margin separating them and an opponent through that period being just four points.

But against the Raiders they collapsed in spectacular fashion, missing 58 tackles and allowing Canberra to run for 2060 metres compared to their own tally of 1415 metres.

"It's no good talking about it here after the game is said and done," Tevaga said.

"If you don't come prepared to play stuff like that will happen, they'll give you a good hiding."

Harris-Tavita crosses for double from Green pass

"We spoke about it after full-time and a couple of boys put their hand up, but it's just not good enough.

"Tonight we had a good opportunity to go up against a top-eight team and show how good we are, and we all folded.

The Warriors' cause wasn't helped by losing five-eighth Kodi Nikorima to an ankle injury after 20 minutes.

Hooker Karl Lawton also left the match with a shoulder complaint in the second half.