SYDNEY (AP) — Center Brenko Lee scored four tries and the Canberra Raiders scored 24 unanswered points in the second half to beat Parramatta 28-18 Sunday, clinching a top-four finish in Australia's National Rugby League.
The Raiders trailed 18-4 at halftime before a spirited comeback led by the 20-year-old Lee. It was Canberra's eighth win in a row.
The weekend results left Melbourne in first place with 40 points, three ahead of the Cronulla Sharks, who play South Sydney on Monday to conclude the 24th of 26 regular-season rounds.
Canberra is in third place, two points behind the Sharks and three ahead of Canterbury.
Defending champion North Queensland and Brisbane are in fifth and sixth places with 30 points each.
In the other Sunday match, the Sydney Roosters beat St. George Illawarra 42-6.