Brisbane Broncos

Brisbane BroncosJoining the NRL in 1988 as part of their expansion into Queensland, the Brisbane Broncos have routinely been one of the competition’s premier sides in their short history. Best known for an era that saw them claim six premierships amidst a 19-year finals streak, the Broncos are one of the most popular and well respected rugby league clubs in the world.

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The Broncos improved upon their strong campaign a season ago, winning 16 games and finishing the season in third. They rebounded from a narrow qualifying final loss to the Roosters with a spirited victory over Penrith in the semi final, but their season came to a close after an embarrassing 30-0 loss to Melbourne in their preliminary final.

Senior coach: Wayne Bennett
Captain: Darius Boyd
2017 finish: 4th (3rd before finals)
Premierships: 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2006

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2018 Team List
Jack Bird, Darius Boyd, Troy Dargan, George Fai, David Fifita, Salesi Funaki, Matt Gillett, Alex Glenn, Jamayne Isaako, Jordan Kahu, Matt Lodge, Patrick Mago, Andrew McCullough, Josh McGuire, Anthony Milford, Todd Murphy, Kodi Nikorima, Shaun Nona, Corey Oates, Joe Ofahengaue, Tom Opacic, Mosese Pangai, Tevita Pangai, Jonus Pearson, James Roberts, Andre Savelio, Sam Scarlett, Marion Seven, Gehamat Shibasaki, Korbin Sims, Jaydn Su’a, Sam Tagatese, Sam Thaiday, Jake Turpin

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Last updated: 13 February, 2018

Brisbane Broncos Articles

WATCH: Broncos coach Bennett walks out on media

WATCH: Broncos coach Bennett walks out on media

by , 19 Apr 2018 Video

Wayne Bennett has walked out on a press conference after taking exception to questions about his coaching future at NRL club Brisbane.

New Zealand Warriors vs Brisbane Broncos: NRL live scores, blog, highlights

New Zealand Warriors vs Brisbane Broncos: NRL live scores, blog, highlights

by , 14 Apr 2018 Popular article! Video

The New Zealand Warriors are looking to continue their unbeaten start to the season when they host the Brisbane Broncos at Mt Smart Stadium. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match from 3pm (AEST).

Matt Gillett played with neck fracture

Matt Gillett played with neck fracture

by , 13 Apr 2018

Brisbane back-rower Matt Gillett played through the pain of a fractured neck for four NRL rounds before Broncos medical staff discovered the injury.

Not about winning? You can be OK with that… for now

Not about winning? You can be OK with that… for now

by , 11 Apr 2018 Video

“Tonight wasn’t about winning for us, it was about getting better than last week.”

Has Wayne Bennett lost his aura?

Has Wayne Bennett lost his aura?

by , 9 Apr 2018 Video

Suggesting Wayne Bennett has lost his aura always makes me laugh, but there has been some weird stuff to come out of the Broncos in the last week.

Newcastle Knights vs Brisbane Broncos: NRL live scores, blog

Newcastle Knights vs Brisbane Broncos: NRL live scores, blog

by , 7 Apr 2018 Popular article! Video

Match result: The Newcastle Knights have snatched another big win in 2018, knocking off the Brisbane Broncos by five points.

Boyd unaware of any Bennett-Walters rift

Boyd unaware of any Bennett-Walters rift

by , 5 Apr 2018

Brisbane captain Darius Boyd says he’s unaware of any rift between Wayne Bennett and Kevin Walters after a third breakdown in their Broncos coaching union.

Brisbane Broncos vs Gold Coast Titans: NRL live scores, blog

Brisbane Broncos vs Gold Coast Titans: NRL live scores, blog

by , 1 Apr 2018 Popular article!

Match result: The Gold Coast Titans have snatched a win form their Queenslandian rivals, defeating the Brisbane Broncos by 12 points on Sunday.

From penalties to panic stations: NRL trends in 2018

From penalties to panic stations: NRL trends in 2018

by , 26 Mar 2018

Like a snowflake or a Blake Austin haircut, no two NRL seasons are the same. After three rounds of the 2018 Premiership, let’s take a look at what’s trending this season.

Everything old is Storm again, Bulldogs’ lucky win and 1986 again with the Tigers

Everything old is Storm again, Bulldogs’ lucky win and 1986 again with the Tigers

by , 24 Mar 2018

The Melbourne Storm put the cleaners through the Cowboys on Thursday night and once again look somewhere near the benchmark early in 2018.


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