Raiders focused on regaining form during Dragons match

Shaun Berrigan of the Canberra Raiders.
Shaun Berrigan of the Canberra Raiders. Mark Nolan / Getty Images

RAIDERS hooker Shaun Berrigan says his team has not considered the Dragons' hoodoo at Canberra Stadium going into Sunday's clash.

St George Illawarra has not won in the national capital for 13 years, but Berrigan said his team was solely focused on getting its own form back on track after two heavy losses to start the season.

"We just need a win, and more importantly we need to go there as a team and finally reach some KPIs that we set ourselves at the start of the year," he said.

"We're doing all the right things at training, we're saying all the right things. We haven't been going out there and doing them."

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