Brisbane Broncos

Brisbane BroncosOne of the NRL’s most successful club during their short tenure, the Brisbane Broncos were formed in 1988 under coach Wayne Bennett. Bennett led the Broncos to six Premiership victories, and the side has lost just one Grand Final in their history. It is this culture, with the help of league legends Shane Webcke, Darren Lockyer and Alan Langer, that has enabled Brisbane to record the highest annual revenues out of all NRL clubs and maintain the largest crowd attendances in the competition with an average of 33,000 people per game.

In 2015 the Broncos were on the losing side in one of the greatest Grand Finals in NRL history, going down 17-16 to the North Queensland Cowboys in golden-point extra time.

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Brisbane Broncos Articles

Melbourne Storm vs Brisbane Broncos: NRL live scores, blog

Melbourne Storm vs Brisbane Broncos: NRL live scores, blog

by , 26 Aug 2016 Popular article! Video

The Melbourne Storm have a chance to wrap up the minor premiership with a round to go, but standing in their path are the resurgent Brisbane Broncos. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 7:50pm (AEST).

James Roberts’ $20k fine isn’t fair, it’s relative

James Roberts’ $20k fine isn’t fair, it’s relative

by , 26 Aug 2016

If I was fined $20,000 for every stupid thing I’d done on the drink, I would be $4.76 million worse off.

Is Wayne Bennett about to fleece us all again?

Is Wayne Bennett about to fleece us all again?

by , 25 Aug 2016 Popular article!

Forgive me for publicly denouncing the integrity of a legend, but I don’t trust Wayne Bennett as far as you could boot the frail old fellow at altitude.

James Roberts cleared to play but cops $20,000 fine over drunken incident

James Roberts cleared to play but cops $20,000 fine over drunken incident

by , 24 Aug 2016 Video

Broncos star James Roberts has been fined $20,000 but escaped suspension over a drunken incident.

After mid-season slumps, last year’s grand finalists look ready for September

After mid-season slumps, last year’s grand finalists look ready for September

by , 24 Aug 2016

Both the Broncos and the Cowboys have endured form slumps in the past couple of months, after clearly being the best two teams in the first half of the season.

NRL vow to support Roberts, but will “look at previous misdemeanours”

by , 24 Aug 2016

The investigation into Brisbane flyer James Roberts’ alleged drunken incidents must take into account his troubled history, NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg says.

Kasiano pleads guilty over boot to Parker’s face

Kasiano pleads guilty over boot to Parker’s face

by , 22 Aug 2016

Canterbury big man Sam Kasiano will miss his side’s run to the NRL finals after pleading guilty over his kick to Brisbane skipper Corey Parker’s head.

Roberts investigation is not a distraction insist Broncos teammates

Roberts investigation is not a distraction insist Broncos teammates

by , 22 Aug 2016

The television news cameras staking out their training facility carpark might suggest otherwise but Brisbane players insist an investigation into James Roberts isn’t a distraction. The NRL club launch a probe last week after it was revealed centre Roberts had been forcibly removed from a Brisbane hotel after allegedly abusing a female staff member when […]

‘Jimmy the Jet’ not worth the trouble

‘Jimmy the Jet’ not worth the trouble

by , 22 Aug 2016

There’s no doubting James Roberts is one of the most exciting players in rugby league. He holds the title of quickest man in the game, and has the strength to match that incredible speed.

Kasiano cited for Parker kick

Kasiano cited for Parker kick

by , 19 Aug 2016

Canterbury’s Sam Kasiano faces being suspended until the finals after being charged for kicking Brisbane’s Corey Parker in the face in Thursday’s spiteful NRL clash.


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