List of Gold Coast Titans records

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This article shows the records by the Gold Coast Titans, since their inception in First Grade Competition in 2007.

Individual Records[edit]

Most games (100+)[edit]

Games Player Era
164 Mark Minichiello 2007 –
144 Luke Bailey 2007 –
124 Scott Prince 2007 – 2012
117 Ashley Harrison 2008 – 2014
116 William Zillman 2009 –
107 Kevin Gordon (D) 2009 –
104 David Mead (D) 2009 –
103 Preston Campbell 2007 – 2011
102 Anthony Laffranchi 2007 – 2011
101 Luke O'Dwyer 2007 – 2013
101 Matt White 2009 –
100 Nathan Friend 2007 – 2011
  • (D) Debuted

Most points[edit]

Points Player Tries Goals FG
719 Scott Prince 32 293 5
248 Mat Rogers 32 59 2
236 Aidan Sezer 9 98 4
236 Kevin Gordon 56 6 0
220 David Mead 55 0 0

Most points in a match[edit]

Points Scorer Match Details
20 Scott Prince 2 tries, 6 goals vs. Wests Tigers, Skilled Park, Round 25, 2009 (Gold Coast won 36-24)
18 Scott Prince 1 try, 7 goals vs. Penrith Panthers, Skilled Park, Round 8, 2010 (Gold Coast won 38-24)
17 Scott Prince 1 try, 6 goals, 1 field goal vs. North Queensland Cowboys, Skilled Park, Round 23, 2010 (Gold Coast won 37-18)
16 Jordan Atkins 4 tries vs. North Queensland Cowboys, Skilled Park, Round 1, 2008 (Gold Coast won 36-18)
16 Scott Prince 1 try, 6 goals vs. Sydney Roosters, Allianz Stadium, Round 21, 2012 (Gold Coast won 36-16)

Most points in a season (100+)[edit]

Points Scorer Season Details
182 Scott Prince 7 tries, 77 goals in 24 Games, 2009
156 Aidan Sezer 1 try, 75 goals, 2 field goals in 22 Games, 2013
151 Scott Prince 4 tries, 66 goals, 3 field goals in 21 Games, 2010
138 Scott Prince 4 tries, 61 goals in 22 Games, 2012
124 Scott Prince 5 tries, 51 goals, 2 field goals in 16 Games, 2008

Most tries (30+)[edit]

Tries Player Era
56 Kevin Gordon 2009 –
55 David Mead 2009 –
37 William Zillman 2009 –
32 Anthony Laffranchi 2007 – 2011
32 Scott Prince 2007 – 2012
32 Mat Rogers 2007 – 2011
30 Mark Minichiello 2007 –

Most tries in a match[edit]

Tries Player Match Details
4 Jordan Atkins vs. North Queensland Cowboys, Skilled Park, Round 1, 2008 (Gold Coast won 36-18)
3 Matthew Petersen vs. Newcastle Knights, Carrara Stadium, Round 15, 2007 (Gold Coast won 28-22)
3 Matthew Petersen vs. Brisbane Broncos, Skilled Park, Round 6, 2008 (Gold Coast won 26-24)
3 David Mead vs. Sydney Roosters, Skilled Park, Round 12, 2010 (Gold Coast lost 16-30)
3 David Mead vs. New Zealand Warriors, Skilled Park, Round 9, 2011 (Gold Coast lost 14-34)
3 Kevin Gordon vs. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, ANZ Stadium, Round 22, 2013 (Gold Coast won 26-16)
3 Dave Taylor vs. New Zealand Warriors, Cbus Super Stadium, Round 11, 2014 (Gold Coast loss 16-24)

Most tries in a season[edit]

Tries Scorer Season Details
16 David Mead 24 Games, 2011
15 Kevin Gordon 22 Games, 2013
13 Kevin Gordon 23 Games, 2009
12 Kevin Gordon 26 Games, 2010
12 Anthony Laffranchi 20 Games, 2008
11 David Mead 16 Games, 2013
11 Albert Kelly 21 Games, 2013
11 Mat Rogers 20 Games, 2009

Club Records[edit]

Highest home game attendance[edit]

Crowd Opponent Venue Match Details
47,686 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Round 7, 2007
44,787 Sydney Roosters Suncorp Stadium Preliminary Final, 2010
42,030 St. George Illawarra Dragons Suncorp Stadium Round 1, 2007
27,227 Brisbane Broncos Skilled Park Qualifying Final, 2009
27,176 Brisbane Broncos Skilled Park Round 6, 2008
27,026 New Zealand Warriors Skilled Park Qualifying Final, 2010
26,974 North Queensland Cowboys Skilled Park Round 1, 2008
26,453 St. George Illawarra Dragons Skilled Park Round 16, 2008
26,336 Brisbane Broncos Skilled Park Round 20, 2009
26,197 Brisbane Broncos Skilled Park Round 19, 2010

Biggest wins[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Match Details
38 42-4 Parramatta Eels Mudgee Stadium Round 11, 2013
36 36-0 Canberra Raiders Skilled Park Round 2, 2013
30 36-6 Wests Tigers Skilled Park Round 21, 2013
26 38-12 Parramatta Eels Carrara Stadium Round 7, 2007
22 34-12 Parramatta Eels Skilled Park Round 22, 2010
20 28-8 Canberra Raiders Carrara Stadium Round 12, 2007
20 32-12 Canberra Raiders Skilled Park Round 4, 2008
20 30-10 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Round 22, 2009
20 24-4 Canberra Raiders Skilled Park Round 3, 2010
20 36-16 Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium Round 21, 2012

Biggest losses[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Match Details
46 10-56 Canberra Raiders Canberra Stadium Round 18, 2007
44 6-50 Melbourne Storm Olympic Park Stadium Round 25, 2007
42 4-46 Canberra Raiders Canberra Stadium Round 20, 2008
40 4-44 Melbourne Storm Olympic Park Stadium Round 21, 2008
34 4-38 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Brookvale Oval Round 26, 2009
30 20-50 Newcastle Knights Ausgrid Stadium Round 21, 2011
30 16-46 Newcastle Knights Hunter Stadium Round 16, 2013
30 12-42 Wests Tigers Cbus Super Stadium Round 2, 2014
29 10-39 Wests Tigers Campbelltown Stadium Round 25, 2011
28 12-40 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Round 2, 2011
28 4-32 South Sydney Rabbitohs Skilled Park Round 20, 2013

Kept opposition to nil[edit]

Score Opponent Venue Match Details
18-0 Melbourne Storm Skilled Park Round 13, 2008
18-0 North Queensland Cowboys Dairy Farmers Stadium Round 1, 2012
36-0 Canberra Raiders Skilled Park Round 2, 2013

Kept to nil[edit]

Score Opponent Venue Match Details
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Longest winning streak[edit]

Wins First Win Last Win
5 Round 3, 2008 Round 7, 2008
5 Round 20, 2010 Round 24, 2010

Longest winning home streak[edit]

Wins First Win Last Win
9 Round 21, 2007 Round 13, 2008
9 Round 1, 2009 Round 21, 2009

Longest winning away streak[edit]

Wins First Win Last Win
3 Round 20, 2010 Round 24, 2010
3 Round 1, 2014 Round 5, 2014

Longest losing streak[edit]

Wins First Loss Last Loss
6 Round 15, 2011 Round 21, 2011
6 Round 9, 2014 Round 16, 2014

Longest losing home streak[edit]

Wins First Loss Last Loss
6 Round 9, 2011 Round 23, 2011
6 Round 26, 2011 Round 9, 2012

Longest losing away streak[edit]

Wins First Loss Last Loss
7 Round 17, 2007 Round 2, 2008

Biggest comeback[edit]

Recovered from a 14-point deficit.

Worst collapse[edit]

Surrendered a 10-point lead.

Golden point record[edit]

Played Won Drawn Lost
7 3 0 4
Opponent Result Score Match Details
Brisbane Broncos Loss 18-19 Round 17, 2007
Brisbane Broncos Loss 21-25 Round 24, 2008
South Sydney Rabbitohs Won 19-18 Round 2, 2010
St George Illawarra Dragons Won 11-10 Round 20, 2010
Canberra Raiders Won 23-22 Round 4, 2011
West Tigers Loss 14-15 Round 9, 2012
Melbourne Storm Loss 22-23 Round 26, 2013

Win-loss record[edit]

Opponent Played Won Drawn Lost Win %
Brisbane Broncos 17 5 0 12 29.4
Canberra Raiders 14 9 0 5 64.3
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 10 5 0 5 50.0
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 11 5 0 6 45.4
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 12 5 0 7 41.7
Melbourne Storm 13 5 0 8 38.5
Newcastle Knights 11 4 0 7 36.4
New Zealand Warriors 15 6 0 9 40.0
North Queensland Cowboys 14 8 0 6 57.1
Parramatta Eels 10 7 0 3 70.0
Penrith Panthers 11 4 0 7 36.4
St. George Illawarra Dragons 13 4 0 9 30.8
South Sydney Rabbitohs 12 5 0 7 41.7
Sydney Roosters 11 7 0 4 63.6
Wests Tigers 13 7 0 6 53.9
Total 187 86 0 101 46.0

Biggest wins and losses (by opponent)[edit]

*Denotes a team no longer competing in the NRL
Opponent Win Lose
Brisbane Broncos 16 (34-18, 24/07/2009) 26 (6-32, 17/05/2013)
Canberra Raiders 36 (36-0, 17/03/2013) 46 (10–56, 15/07/2007)
Canterbury Bulldogs 11 (25-14, 11/05/2012) 24 (12-36, 20/07/2007)
Cronulla Sharks 14 (18-4, 29/03/2008) 24 (12-36, 25/06/2011)
Manly Sea Eagles 14 (28-14, 11/06/2010) 34 (4-38, 05/09/2009)
Melbourne Storm 18 (18-0, 09/06/2008) 44 (6-50, 02/09/2007)
Newcastle Knights 14 (34-20, 15/03/2009) 30 (20-50, 31/07/2011; 16-46, 30/06/2013)
New Zealand Warriors 20 (30-10, 09/08/2009) 24 (6-30, 11/08/2007)
North Queensland Cowboys 19 (37-18, 14/08/2010; 31-12, 02/06/2013) 16 (18-34, 31/07/2009)
Parramatta Eels 38 (42-4, 26/05/2013) 25 (2-27, 18/09/2009)
Penrith Panthers 18 (36-18, 17/06/2012; 28-10, 31/03/2013) 22 (18-40, 06/07/2013)
St George Illawarra Dragons 28-14 (Round 14, 2011) 10-28 (Round 10, 2007)
South Sydney Rabbitohs 22-14 (Round 23, 2009) 4-32 (Round 20, 2013)
Sydney Roosters 36-16 (Round 21, 2012) 6-32 (Finals Week 3, 2010)
Wests Tigers 36-6 (Round 21, 2013) 12-42 (Round 2, 2014)