Brisbane Broncos Honours

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Honours won by the Brisbane Broncos include six National Rugby League Premierships and two World Club Challenge titles. In addition the club and its players have won several more honours and awards since the Broncos were founded in 1988.

Team honours[edit]

Premierships (6/25)[edit]

Year Opponent League Score
1992 St George Dragons New South Wales Rugby League 28-8
1993 St George Dragons New South Wales Rugby League 14-6
1997 Cronulla Sharks Super League (Australia) 26-8
1998 Canterbury Bulldogs National Rugby League 38-12
2000 Sydney Roosters National Rugby League 14-6
2006 Melbourne Storm National Rugby League 15-8

Runner Ups (0/25)[edit]

The Broncos have never lost a grand final.

Minor Premierships (4/25)[edit]

Year Competition Wins
1992 Winfield Cup 18
1997 Super League Telstra Cup 14
1998 National Rugby League 18
2000 National Rugby League 18

World Club Challenges (2/5)[edit]

Year Opponent Result Score
1992 Wigan Win 22-8
1994 Wigan Loss 14-20
1997 Hunter Mariners Win 36-12
2001 St Helens Loss 18-20
2007 St Helens Loss 14-18

Wooden Spoons (0/25)[edit]

Finals (21/25)[edit]

The Broncos qualified for the NSWRL/ARL/SL/NRL finals in the following years.
1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012

Individual honours[edit]

Rothmans Medal[edit]

The Rothmans Medal is awarded to Player of the Year from the years 1968-1996.

Winner Year
Allan Langer 1992

Dally M. Medal[edit]

The Dally M. Medal is a different system to Player of the Year. It started in 1980 and became the official award of the NRL in 1998

Winner Year
Allan Langer 1996

Clive Churchill Medal[edit]

The Clive Churchill Medal is awarded to the Man of the Match in a grand final

Winner Year
Allan Langer 1992
Gorden Tallis 1998
Darren Lockyer 2000
Shaun Berrigan 2006

Club awards[edit]

Each year the Paul Morgan Medal is awarded to the Broncos' best and fairest player of the season.

Player of Year
Year Player of Year
1988 Allan Langer
1989 Greg Dowling
1990 Kevin Walters
1991 Trevor Gillmeister
1992 Kerrod Walters
1993 Allan Langer
1994 Allan Langer
1995 Allan Langer
1996 Allan Langer
1997 Peter Ryan
1998 Andrew Gee
1999 Gorden Tallis
2000 Wendell Sailor
2001 Shane Webcke
2002 Darren Lockyer
2003 Darren Lockyer
2004 Petero Civoniceva
2005 Shane Webcke
2006 Petero Civoniceva
2007 Petero Civoniceva
2008 Sam Thaiday
2009 Corey Parker
2010 Josh Hoffman[1]
2011 Darren Lockyer
Clubman of Year
Year Clubman of Year
1988 Greg Conescu
1989 Tony Currie
1990 Ray Hearing
1991 Andrew Gee
1992 Allan Langer
1993 Chris Johns
1994 John Plath
1995 Chris Johns
1996 Chris Johns/Gorden Tallis
1997 Tony Spencer
1998 Brett Green
1999 John Plath
2000 Michael Hancock
2001 Ben Ikin
2002 Scott Prince
2003 Graham McColm
2004 Gorden Tallis
2005 Tony Duggan
2006 Andrew Gee
2007 Petero Civoniceva/Brad Thorn
2008 Matthew Middleton
2009 Nick Kenny
2010 Marty Rowen
Rookie of Year
Year Rookie of Year
1988 Shane Duffy & Kerrod Walters
1989 Michael Hancock
1990 Paul Hauff & Willie Carne[2]
1991 Julian O'Neill
1992 Brett Galea
1993 Wendell Sailor
1994 Brad Thorn/John Driscoll
1995 Darren Lockyer
1996 Tonie Carroll
1997 Michael De Vere
1998 Petero Civoniceva
1999 Lote Tuqiri
2000 Dane Carlaw
2001 Carl Webb
2002 Brent Tate
2003 Neville Costigan
2004 Karmichael Hunt
2005 Leon Bott
2006 Darius Boyd
2007 Dave Taylor
2008 Denan Kemp
2009 Andrew McCullough
2010 Matt Gillett
2011 Jack Reed
Best Back
Year Best Back
1988 Wally Lewis
1989 Tony Currie
1990 Kevin Walters
1991 Allan Langer
1992 Allan Langer
1993 Willie Carne
1994 Michael Hancock
1995 Allan Langer
1996 Allan Langer
1997 Kevin Walters
1998 Kevin Walters
1999 Wendell Sailor
2000 Wendell Sailor
2001 Darren Lockyer
2002 Darren Lockyer
2003 Darren Lockyer
2004 Shaun Berrigan
2005 Justin Hodges
2006 Darren Lockyer
2007 Karmichael Hunt
2008 Karmichael Hunt
2009 Justin Hodges
2010 Israel Folau


Darren Lockyer playing for the Broncos in 2004. Lockyer has won numerous awards for the Broncos since his debut in 1995 and retired as captain in 2011. He holds the record for most NRL games by any club player.
Best Forward
Year Best Forward
1988 Terry Matterson
1989 Greg Dowling
1990 Gene Miles
1991 Andrew Gee
1992 Trevor Gillmeister
1993 Kerrod Walters
1994 Andrew Gee
1995 Glenn Lazarus
1996 Peter Ryan
1997 Brad Thorn
1998 Shane Webcke
1999 Gorden Tallis
2000 Brad Thorn
2001 Shane Webcke
2002 Shane Webcke
2003 Shane Webcke
2004 Petero Civoniceva
2005 Petero Civoniceva
2006 Brad Thorn
2007 Petero Civoniceva
2008 Sam Thaiday
2009 Sam Thaiday
2010 Sam Thaiday
Most Consistent
Year Player
2004 Tonie Carroll
2005 Brad Thorn
2006 Justin Hodges
2007 Corey Parker
2008 Michael Ennis
2009 Peter Wallace
2010 Corey Parker
Player's Player
Year Player
2004 Petero Civoniceva
2005 Shane Webcke
2006 Shane Webcke
2007 Petero Civoniceva
2008 Sam Thaiday
2009 Karmichael Hunt
2010 Josh Hoffman
People's Choice
Year Player
2004 Darren Lockyer
2005 Darren Lockyer
2006 Darren Lockyer
2007 Darren Lockyer


Most Improved
Year Player
2004 Corey Parker
2006 Sam Thaiday
2007 Ben Hannant
2008 Nick Kenny
2009 Dave Taylor
2010 Josh Hoffman
Encouragement
Year Player
2006 Sam Thaiday
2007 Ben Hannant
2008 Nick Kenny
2009 Andrew McCullough
Defence Play Of The Year
Year Player
2007 Brad Thorn
2008 Ashton Sims
2009 Lagi Setu (tackle on Nathen Fien, Semi-Final)
2010 Jharal Yow Yeh


Play of the Year
Year Player
2006 Darren Lockyer - Wests Tigers in Round 21.
2007 Darren Lockyer
2008 Darren Lockyer and Denan Kemp (80th minute try, Round 12)
2009 Dave Taylor (80th minute try, Round 23)
2010 Antonio Winterstein
Hit of the Year
Year Player
2004 Neville Costigan
2005 Petero Civoniceva


Coaches
Year Coach
1988-2008 Wayne Bennett
2009-2011 Ivan Henjak
2011-Present Anthony Griffin
Captains
Year Captain
1988-1989 Wally Lewis
1990-1991 Gene Miles
1992-1999 Allan Langer
1999-2000 Kevin Walters
2001-2004 Gorden Tallis
2005-2011 Darren Lockyer
2012-Present Sam Thaiday


Famous Fans[edit]

National Youth Competition honours[edit]

The Broncos were runners up in the 2008 NYC grand final.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Steve Ricketts and Karl deKroo (9 October 2010). "Rookie Josh Hoffman is Bronco of the year". The Courier-Mail. Retrieved 11 October 2010. 
  2. ^ Harms, John (2005). The Pearl: Steve Renouf's Story. Australia: University of Queensland Press. p. 99. ISBN 978-0-7022-3536-8. 
  3. ^ a b Bronco Magazine 2002
  4. ^ Warhorse: Life, Football and other Battles. Shane Webcke with Ian Heads. Published by Pan Macmillan Australia
  5. ^ The Footy Show, 28 September 2006
  6. ^ The Footy Show, 29 March 2007
  7. ^ Club News
  8. ^ "Broncos a hurdle for medallist Sally McLellan". 22 December 2008. [dead link]