Rd 6 NRL News Stats Breakdown: Warriors v Broncos

Former Brisbane Broncos centre Michael De Vere

Another day of games, and the first of three stat breakdowns. 

We kick-start with the New Zealand Warriors v the Brisbane Broncos.

Both sides have boasted plenty of talent over the years, but just who has come out on top in their clashes?

With an array of good stats to spool through, here is the stats breakdown ahead of today’s clash:

New Zealand Warriors v Brisbane Broncos

The two sides have played each other on 42 occasions, with the Broncos winning 23 games, the Warriors winning 17 games as well as two draws.

The New Zealand Warriors need 18 points to reach 800 total points scored against the Brisbane Broncos.

The Warriors will be looking for three straight wins against the Broncos for just the third time in their history.

The first game between the two sides came in the opening round of the 1995 ARL Premiership on Friday, March 10, 1995, in a 25-22 win for the Broncos.

Biggest wins

The Brisbane Broncos biggest win over the New Zealand Warriors was a 44-6 success on Sunday, August 27, 1995, in round 22 of the 1996 ARL premiership season.

The New Zealand Warriors biggest win over the Brisbane Broncos was a 56-18 victory on Monday, June 3, 2013, in round 12 of the 2014 NRL premiership season.

Most prolific point-scorer in these clashes

  • Michael De Vere (BRI) – 9 tries & 26 goals (88 pts)
  • Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 4 tries, 30 goals & 1 field goal (77 pts)
  • Corey Parker (BRI) – 1 try & 33 goals (70 pts)
  • James Maloney (WAR) – 3 tries & 22 goals (56 pts)
  • Darren Lockyer (BRI) – 6 tries & 15 goals (54 pts)
  • Stacey Jones (WAR) – 2 tries, 17 goals & 1 field goal (43 pts)
  • Ben Walker (BRI) – 4 tries & 11 goals (38 pts)
  • Shaun Berrigan (BRI) – 8 tries (32 pts)
  • Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 2 tries & 10 goals (28 pts)
  • Francis Meli (WAR) – 7 tries (28 pts)
  • Wendell Sailor (BRI) – 6 tries (24 pts)
  • Brent Webb (WAR) – 4 tries & 3 goals (22 pts)
  • Steve Renouf (BRI) – 5 tries (20 pts)
  • Lance Hohaia (WAR) – 4 tries & 2 goals (20 pts)
  • Tony Martin (WAR) – 9 goals (18 pts)

Disclaimer: As always, these are simply the top 15 most prolific point-scorers in games between these two sides. 

If there is any further data or information you would like to see that involves these two teams, just ask and we can dig that information up for you.

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