Clydsdale making an impact

Playing his role: Scone's Adam Clydsdale came off the bench in Canberra's 46-6 demolition of Wests Tigers in the nation's capital on Sunday.

Playing his role: Scone's Adam Clydsdale came off the bench in Canberra's 46-6 demolition of Wests Tigers in the nation's capital on Sunday.

Scone's Adam Clydsdale continues to provide a quality impact off the bench for Canberra.

The back-up hooker impressed in 15 minutes of playing time during the Raiders 46-6 demolition of Wests Tigers on Sunday.

The ramifications of the loss were put into context on Monday when Tigers coach Jason Taylor was given his marching orders.

Clydsdale, who has worked hard to be a permanent member of the Canberra starting line-up, made seven tackles and three runs.

The success was the first for the Raiders, who were the last NRL side to register a win this season.

Bevan French was the region's lone other export to feature at the top-level in round three.

Fullback French proved one of the few shining lights as Parramatta slumped to a 12-point loss against Gold Coast Titans on Friday night.

The Tingha export covered 104m in 13 runs and made seven tackles, but it was not enough to prevent the first loss of the season for the Eels.

In the NSW premiership, Matt Allwood's New Zealand Warriors remained unbeaten with a 36-0 victory against Wests Tigers on Saturday.

The Farrer product crossed for a try in the 19th minute as the Warriors made it three wins from as many starts.

Tamworth talent Kurt Aldridge came off the bench in Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles' 52-8 loss to Wentworthville on Sunday.

Tyler Randell played halfback in Newcastle 30-6 defeat against North Sydney, while Quirindi's Andy Saunders featured at prop as Canterbury went down to Wyong 24-6.

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