Fulltime: Jarrod Croker scores in the final minute as the Raiders are absolutely flogged 54-12. It's the second time they've conceded 50 in two straight games and their biggest loss ever against the Warriors. The Raiders could be last by the end of the weekend. A great performance by the Warriors in their first win at Eden Park.
Could be late try to the Raiders in the final second to Jarrod Croker. Fans don't care, they're already in full celebration mode.
That's back to back games the Raiders have conceded more than 50, their biggest loss to the Warriors of all-time, and second straight loss they've conceded 50 against the Warriors.
73min: And that's a try!!! The Warriors are up to the half century in back to back games against the Raiders. Johnson converts! Warriors 54; Raiders 6
73min: TRY? We'll go to the video ref for the first time to see if the Warriors bring up the half century. Great hands from Tomkins as Vatuvei goes in the corner. Possible obstruction, but it looks fine.
66min: This Raiders side has been absolutely pumped two games in a row. Should be a fun press conference.
63min: Just when the Warriors were toying with the Raiders, Sam Tomkins brings the Eden Park crowd back to life. Magnificent hands from the England fullback, who passed it to Hurrell, who then puts Bukuya under the posts. Johnson converts. Warriors 48; Raiders 6
53min: TRY: Dear oh dear, the Warriors are in again. This time it's Vatuvei down the left hand sideline as Robinson comes in for the intercept. This is utter embarassment for the Raiders. Johnson converts his seventh straight. Warriors 42; Raiders 6
48min: TRY: Shut the gate, this one's over. The Warriors are in unstoppable form when they're like this. Sam Tomkins scores, but give that one to Johnson for his offload to put Laumape down the sideline, who slings it back basketball style to a teammate. Warriors 36; Raiders 6
46min: Shaun Johnson, stop it, just stop it. The Warriors halfback takes a bomb from Terry Campese to sprint 90m and go the length of the field. Raiders consider themselves unlucky on that one as the bounce fell into Johnson's arms. Johnson converts. Warriors 30; Raiders 6
41min: After a meat pie and a bottle of L n P, we're back for the second half at Eden Park. The Warriors make an early mistake and the Raiders have the ball on halfway from the scrum.
And here's a couple from Warriors fans
I hope @kevinlocke01 shows the warriors why they shouldn't of let him go— Ali Johnston (@alijohnston_10) May 10, 2014
So, I see the good Warriors showed up this week. #NRLWarCan— Hayden Hooper (@hoopaman18) May 10, 2014
A couple of Raiders fans not too pleased with that first half. Send me your comments on Twitter @Lee_Gaskin1
@Lee_Gaskin1 terrible awful rotten !!! Miracle if we actually complete a set !! Ricky better rip into them at halftime ��— cath (@cathyf74) May 10, 2014
@Lee_Gaskin1 when will things change goodbye campese toupo white buttriss.— Darren cini (@CiniDarren) May 10, 2014
Halftime: The Warriors are in complete control with a 24-6 lead over the Raiders at the break. Shaun Johnson has been dominant in attack and the Raiders are coughing up plenty of possession. Ricky Stuart will have to deliver some talk in the sheds to reverse this one.
34min: GOAL: Johnson has it on an absolute string today, he can do nothing wrong. That conversion is over. Warriors 24; Raiders 6
33min: TRY: And just like that, the Warriors find the try-line again. Beautiful move off the scrum, as Johnson swings around and opens up his backline, leaving Ngani Laumape an open run to the line. And yes, that was down Billy Tupou's wing, again. Warriors 22; Raiders 6 KTC
31min: The Warriors chant ringing around Eden Park. The crowd really getting into this one as the Warriors hoping to win their first ever game at their part-time home ground. They're 0-5 going back to 2011.
28min: Big Dane Tilse comes off for the Raiders for a well deserved break. Here comes Josh McCrone into dummy-half, fantastic kick, finds touch a couple of metres out. Josh Papalii also on as Ricky Stuart empties his bench.
24min: This is frantic stuff from the Raiders. Attacking the Warriors' line one side, then another. Jack Wighton went within millimetres of getting over the line. But an error in the play the ball from Wighton lets the Warriors off the hook. Warriors 18; Raiders 6
20min: TRY: And just as I write that they're gone, the Raiders hit right back through centre Jarrod Croker. Sign him up to the AFL, that's an amazing take off a bomb from Terry Campese. That quietens up the crowd here at Eden Park. Croker with the conversion. Warriors 18; Raiders 6
18min: TRY: Shaun Johnson plucks a pass from Glen Buttriss out of the air and runs untouched for the Warriors' third straight try. This is developing into another Raiders thrashing. Johnson knocks over the conversion. Warriors 18; Raiders 0
15min: Thanks to my CT colleague Jon Tuxworth back in Fyshwick for filling in while I got through some technical dramas here in Auckland. Speaking of dramas, the Raiders are in all sorts. Reece Robinson gets tackled in the in-goal and the Raiders will have to hold out the Warriors again.
The Raiders must be having nightmare flashbacks to their 54-18 capitulation to Manly last start. The Sea Eagles led 42-0 at one stage in the first half, Warriors already up 12-0 early here!
9th min: Another try to the Warriors! This time Canberra's left edge is exposed as centre Konrad Hurrell is put into space by Johnson. Hurrell runs 60 metres to score out wide. Johnson converts and it's 12-0 to the Warriors.
7th: Raiders nearly replay instantly after a nice in and away from fullback Anthony Milford puts winger Reece Robinson into space, but the chance is defused by Warriors fullback Sam Tomkins.
4th min: Try Warriors! Raiders give away a penalty in the play the ball, and and Ben Mataulino goes through some flimsy left-side Raiders defence to score. Shaun Johnson converts and it's 6-0 to the hosts.
Just about kick-off at Eden Park for Raiders v Warriors. Who do you think will win?
Thanks for joining me this afternoon as the Canberra Raiders take on the NZ Warriors at Eden Park, in their round 13 clash.
Here's who's playing for New Zealand.
WARRIORS: Sam Tomkins, Ngani Laumape, Konrad Hurrell, Ben Henry, Manu Vatuvei, Chad Townsend, Shaun Johnson, Sam Rapira, Nathan Friend, Jacob Lillyman, Jayson Bukuya, Simon Mannering (capt), Sebastine Ikahihifo. Interchange: Feleti Mateo, Suaia Matagi, Sione Lousi, Ben Matulino, Kevin Locke (one to be omitted).
And here's Canberra's team.
RAIDERS: Anthony Milford, Reece Robinson, Jarrod Croker, Matt Allwood, Bill Tupou, Jack Wighton, Terry Campese (capt), Dane Tilse, Glen Buttriss, Brett White, Paul Vaughan, Joel Edwards, Shaun Fensom. Interchange: Josh McCrone, Kyle O'Donnell, David Shillington, Josh Papalii, Jarrad Kennedy (one to be omitted).