2018 Brisbane Broncos season

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2018 Brisbane Broncos season
NRL Rank6th
2018 recordWins: 15; Draws: 0; Losses: 9
Points scoredFor: 556; Against: 500
Team information
CEOPaul White
CoachWayne Bennett
Captain
StadiumSuncorp Stadium - 52,500
Avg. Attend.31,137
High. Attend.46,080 (vs. North Queensland in round 2)
Top scorers
TriesJamayne Isaako (8)
GoalsJamayne Isaako (45)
PointsJamayne Isaako (123)
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The 2018 Brisbane Broncos season is the 31st in the club's history. Coached by Wayne Bennett, and captained by Darius Boyd, they completed the NRL's 2018 Telstra Premiership regular season in the number six position, qualifying for the finals.[1] They were defeated in the 2nd Elimination Final by St George-Illawarra and did not progress further.[2]


Movements[edit]

Source:[3]

Gains[edit]

Player Signed From Until End of Notes
Jack Bird Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 2021 [4]
Andre Savelio Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves 2019 [5]

Losses[edit]

Player Signed To Until End of Notes
Ben Hunt St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons
2022
[6]
Benji Marshall Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers [7]
Tautau Moga Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights [8]
Jai Arrow Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans [9]
Adam Blair New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors [10]
Herman Ese'ese Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights [11]

Ladder[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L B PF PA PD Pts
1 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 16 0 8 1 542 361 +181 34
2 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 16 0 8 1 536 363 +173 34
3 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 16 0 8 1 582 437 +145 34
4 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 24 16 0 8 1 519 423 +96 34
5 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 15 0 9 1 517 461 +56 32
6 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9 1 556 500 +56 32
7 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 15 0 9 1 519 472 +47 32
8 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 15 0 9 1 472 447 +25 32
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 12 0 12 1 377 460 −83 26
10 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 10 0 14 1 563 540 +23 22
11 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 9 0 15 1 414 607 −193 20
12 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 8 0 16 1 428 474 −46 18
13 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 8 0 16 1 449 521 −72 18
14 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 8 0 16 1 472 582 −110 18
15 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 7 0 17 1 500 622 −122 16
16 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 6 0 18 1 374 550 −176 14


Fixtures[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

Date Round Opponent Venue Score Tries Goals Attendance
Thursday, 8 March Round 1 Illawarra colours.svg St George Illawarra Dragons UOW Jubilee Oval 12 – 34 [12][13] Roberts (2) Kahu (1/2) 14,457[14]
Friday 16 March Round 2 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys Suncorp Stadium 24 – 20 [15] Junior, Opacic, Glenn, Nikorima Isaako (4/4) 46,080 [15]
Friday 23 March Round 3 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers Campbelltown Stadium 9 – 7[16] Isaako (4/4) (1/3 FGs) 11,434[17]
Sunday 1 April Round 4 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans Suncorp Stadium 14 – 26[18] McCullough, Nikorima Isaako (3/3) 30,742[18]
Saturday 7 April Round 5 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium 10 – 15[19] Oates, Milford Isaako (1/2) 21,969[19]
Saturday 14 April Round 6 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium 27 – 18[20] Isaako (2), Oates, Su'A Isaako (5/7) 16,636
Friday 20 April Round 7 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm Suncorp Stadium 20 – 34[21] Glenn, Isaako, Milford, Roberts Isaako (2/4) 32,709
Thursday 26 April Round 8 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium 24 – 20[22] Boyd, Nikorima, Oates, Roberts Isaako (4/4) 11,123
Thursday 3 May Round 9 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Suncorp Stadium 22 – 20[23] Glenn, Oates, Ofahengaue Isaako (5/5) 22,225
Saturday 12 May Round 10 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Suncorp Stadium 24 – 38[24] McCullough, Thaiday, Millford, Isaako Isaako (4/5) 31,118
Friday 18 May Round 11 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters Suncorp Stadium 28 – 22[25] Isaako (2), Oates, Staggs, Roberts Isaako (4/6) 29,009
Thursday 24 May Round 12 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels Suncorp Stadium 18 – 10[26] Isaako, Oates, Roberts Isaako (3/4) 21,555
Round 13 Bye
Sunday 10 June Round 14 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm AAMI Park 16 – 32[27] Boyd, Isaako, Kahu Isaako (2/4) 17,106
Saturday 16 June Round 15 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla Sutherland Sharks Southern Cross Group Stadium 20 – 16[28] Junior, Milford, Oates Isaako (4/5) 14,587
Saturday 30 June Round 16 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders Suncorp Stadium 26 – 22[29] Oates, Glenn, Kahu, Milford Isaako (5/5) 30,495
Sunday 8 July Round 17 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium 34 – 0[30] Nikorima, Staggs, Boyd, Ofahengaue, Pearson Isaako (7/7), Kahu (0/1) 18,005
Sunday 15 July Round 18 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors Suncorp Stadium 6 – 26[31] McCullough Isaako (1/1) 37,493
Friday 20 July Round 19 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Penrith Panthers Suncorp Stadium 50 – 18[32] Junior (2), Nikorima (2), Roberts, Oates, Boyd, Lodge Isaako (5/5), Kahu (3/3) 26,357
Thursday 26 July Round 20 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla Sutherland Sharks Suncorp Stadium 12 – 10[33] Oates, Lodge Kahu (2/3) 22,859
Thursday 2 August Round 21 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs ANZ Stadium 22 – 36[34] Sims (2), Isaako, Milford Isaako (3/5) 6,434
Thursday 9 August Round 22 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILES Stadium 30 – 34[35] Junior, Lodge, Roberts, Sims Isaako (7/7) 19,663
Thursday 16 August Round 23 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs Suncorp Stadium 38 – 18[36] Oates (3), Fifita, Nikorima, Sims Isaako (7/8) 29,241
Saturday 25 August Round 24 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium 22 – 8[37] Isaako, Nikorima, Oates Isaako (5/7) 13,263
Sunday 2 September Round 25 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Suncorp Stadium 48 – 16[38] Oates (4), Isaako, Nikorima, Ofahengaue, Roberts Isaako (8/10) 41,536
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw   Bye

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