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NRL Rd 21 Stats Breakdown: Penrith Panthers v Cronulla Sharks

Cronulla Sharks legend Steve Rogers

The Sharks enjoy playing against Penrith and currently possess a lengthy winning streak over the Panthers. 

Can the team from the West buck the trend or will the Sharks successes continue?

Penrith Panthers v Cronulla Sharks Stats Breakdown

The Penrith Panthers and Cronulla Sharks have played each other on 103 occasions; the Panthers have won 43 games, the Sharks have won 56 games and there have been four draws.

The Panthers need just twenty points to score 1700 total points against the Sharks. It will be just the third team that the Panthers will have scored 1700+ points against.

The first clash between the two sides was in round 11, 1967, a 13-10 win to the Panthers.

The Panthers have lost the last seven games against the Sharks; their last win against them was round 8, 2015.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Brad Izzard (PEN) – 10
Andrew Ettinghausen (CRO) – 10
Michael Jennings (PEN) – 10
Paul Gallen (CRO) – 9
Luke Covell (CRO) – 8
Steve Rogers (CRO) – 7
Ryan Girdler (PEN) – 7
Rhys Wesser (PEN) – 7

Former Penrith Panthers player Brad Izzard

Top point-scorer in this clash

Steve Rogers (CRO) – 7 tries & 64 goals (149 pts)*
Ryan Girdler (PEN) – 7 tries & 40 goals (108 pts)
Luke Covell (CRO) – 8 tries & 33 goals (98 pts)
Michael Gordon (PEN/CRO) – 6 tries & 25 goals (74 pts)
Greg Alexander (PEN) – 5 tries & 25 goals (70 pts)
Mat Rogers (CRO) – 4 tries & 21 goals (58 pts)
Bob Landers (PEN) – 1 try & 24 goals (51 pts)*
Preston Campbell (CRO/PEN) – 5 tries & 14 goals (48 pts)
George Taylforth (CRO) – 1 try & 21 goals (45 pts)*
Barry Andrews (CRO) – 1 try & 21 goals (45 pts)*

Head Coaching records

Jack Clare (PEN) – 2/2 (100%)
Mike Stephenson (PEN) – 2/2 (100%)
Jamie Shepherd (CRO) – 1/1 (100%)
John Morris (CRO) – 1/1 (100%)
Allan Fitzgibbon (CRO) – 4/5 (80%)
Shane Flanagan (CRO) – 9/12 (75%)
Greg Pierce (CRO) – 3/4 (75%)
Tim Sheens (PEN) – 6/8 (75%)
Tommy Bishop (CRO) – 6/10 (60%)
Bob Boland (PEN) – 6/10 (60%)
Stuart Raper (CRO) – 3/5 (60%)
John Lang (CRO) – 6/12 (50%) (1 draw)
John Lang (PEN) – 4/8 (50%)
Matthew Elliott (PEN) – 4/8 (50%)
Ricky Stuart (CRO) – 3/6 (50%)
Len Stacker (PEN) – 3/6 (50%) (1 draw)
John Raper (CRO) – 2/4 (50%)
Leo Trevena (PEN) – 2/4 (50%)
Norm Provan (CRO) – 2/4 (50%) (1 draw)
Terrence Fearnley (CRO) – 2/4 (50%) (1 draw)
Arthur Beetson (CRO) – 2/4 (50%)
Edwin Glossop (CRO) – 1/2 (50%)
Phil Gould (PEN) – 3/8 (37.5%)
Royce Simmons (PEN) – 4/11 (36.4%) (1 draw)
Chris Anderson (CRO) – 1/3 (33.3%)
John Gibson (CRO) – 2/6 (33.3%)
Ivan Cleary (PEN) – 2/7 (28.6%)
Don Parish (PEN) – 1/4 (25%)
Kenneth Kearney (CRO) – 1/6 (16.7%)
Peter Sharp (CRO) – 0/1 (0%)
Noel Thornton (CRO) – 0/2 (0%)
Barry Harris (CRO) – 0/2 (0%)
Ronald Willey (CRO) – 0/2 (0%)
John Peard (PEN) – 0/4 (0%)
Anthony Griffin (PEN) – 0/5 (0%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Maurie Raper – 1967-1970 (PEN) & 1971-1972 & 1974 (CRO)
  2. Paul Merlo – 1977-1979 (PEN) & 1983-1985 (CRO)
  3. David Burnes – 1983 & 1988-1989 (CRO) & 1985-1986 (PEN)
  4. Rob Jackson – 1982-1983 (PEN) & 1986 (CRO)
  5. Joe Vitanza – 1984, 1986-1987 & 1990-1991 (PEN) & 1992 (CRO)
  6. Mark McGaw – 1984-1992 (CRO) & 1993 (PEN)
  7. Craig Greenhill – 1995-1998 (CRO) & 1999-2001 (PEN)
  8. Gavin Clinch – 1995 (CRO) & 1996 (PEN)
  9. Brett Howland – 1997-2000 (CRO) & 2003-2005 (PEN)
  10. Martin Lang – 1996-2001 (CRO) & 2002-2004 (PEN)
  11. Preston Campbell – 1999-2002 (CRO) & 2003-2006 (PEN)
  12. Shannon Donato – 1998-2001 (CRO) & 2002-2003 & 2005 (PEN)
  13. Matthew Rieck – 1999-2001 (PEN) & 2002-2004 (CRO)
  14. Luke Lewis – 2001-2012 (PEN) & 2013-2018 (CRO)
  15. Paul Franze – 2002-2004 (CRO) & 2005 (PEN)
  16. Ben Ross – 2003-2005 (PEN) & 2006-2009 & 2012-2013 (CRO)
  17. David Simmons – 2003-2009 (CRO) & 2010-2015 (PEN)
  18. Michael Gordon – 2006-2012 (PEN) & 2013-2015 (CRO)
  19. Nick Youngquest – 2003 (CRO) & 2006-2007 (PEN)
  20. Paul Aiton – 2006-2009 (PEN) & 2010-2011 (CRO)
  21. Craig Stapleton – 2006 (PEN) & 2007 (CRO)
  22. Bryan Norrie – 2006-2007 (PEN) & 2008-2009 (CRO)
  23. Kevin Kingston – 2005-2008 (CRO) & 2010-2014 (PEN)
  24. Ben Pomeroy – 2004-2005 (PEN) & 2006-2013 (CRO)
  25. Cameron Ciraldo – 2005-2007 (CRO) & 2012-2013 (PEN)
  26. Joseph Paulo – 2008-2011 (PEN) & 2016-2018 (CRO)
  27. Wade Graham – 2008-2010 (PEN) & 2011-2019 (CRO)
  28. Dayne Weston – 2007 (CRO) & 2011-2012 (PEN)
  29. James Segeyaro – 2013-2016 (PEN) & 2017-2018 (CRO)
  30. Tyrone Peachey – 2013 (CRO) & 2014-2018 (PEN)
  31. Jeremy Latimore – 2013-2016 (PEN) & 2017 (CRO)
  32. Matt Moylan – 2013-2017 (PEN) & 2018-2019 (CRO)

Biggest winning margins

The Penrith Panthers biggest win over the Cronulla Sharks came in the form of a 50-12 victory in round 26, 2010.

The Cronulla Sharks biggest win over the Penrith Panthers was a comprehensive 42-10 success in round 19, 2001.

Players sin-binned/sent-off in this fixture

  1. Steve Kneen (CRO) sent-off in round 9, 1980.
  2. Mark Ellison (CRO) sin-binned in round 23, 1985.
  3. Ryan Girdler, Greg Alexander & Mark McGaw (all PEN) all sin-binned in round 22, 1993.
  4. Ryan Girdler (PEN) sin-binned in round 6, 1996.
  5. Matt Adamson (PEN) sin-binned in round 19, 2001.
  6. Rhys Wesser (PEN) sin-binned in round 11, 2005.

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Also, in the top point-scorer section, any player with an asterisk next to their total indicates they played during a period when tries were three points and/or field goals were two points.

NRL Rd 21 Stats Breakdown: New Zealand Warriors v Manly Sea Eagles

Former Manly Sea Eagles centre Jamie Lyon

Manly have certainly enjoyed prolonged success against the Warriors and on form, that trend looks to continue.

Of course, you can never rule out the Warriors for the simple reason that they are perhaps the most inconsistent side in the NRL.

New Zealand Warriors v Manly Sea Eagles Stats Breakdown

The New Zealand Warriors and Manly Sea Eagles have played each other on 34 occasions; the Warriors have won just nine times, Manly have won 24 times and there has been 1 draw.

The Warriors nine wins when facing Manly is their second lowest wins total against any NRL team.

The Manly Sea Eagles need just 20 points to score 800 total points against the New Zealand Warriors.

In the last nine years of games between the two sides, the Warriors have won just two out of sixteen games.

Manly have lost just three times at Mt Smart Stadium from a possible 15 games when up against the Warriors.

The first game played between the two sides was a 26-14 success to Manly in round 5, 1995.

Tom Trbojevic has scored seven tries in eight games against the New Zealand Warriors.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Brett Stewart (MAN) – 13
Steve Menzies (MAN) – 7
Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 7
Steve Matai (MAN) – 7
Daly Cherry-Evans (MAN) – 7
Tom Trbojevic (MAN) – 7
Michael Robertson (MAN) – 6
David Williams (MAN) – 5
Simon Mannering (WAR) – 5
David Fusitu’a (WAR) – 5
Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 5

Top point-scorer in this clash

Jamie Lyon (MAN) – 4 tries & 38 goals (92 pts)
Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 5 tries, 17 goals & 1 field goal (55 pts)
Brett Stewart (MAN) – 13 tries (52 pts)
Daly Cherry-Evans (MAN) – 7 tries, 9 goals & 4 field goals (48 pts)
Stacey Jones (WAR) – 4 tries & 14 goals (44 pts)
Matt Orford (MAN) – 2 tries & 16 goals (40 pts)
Steve Matai (MAN) – 7 tries & 1 goal (30 pts)
Steve Menzies (MAN) – 7 tries (28 pts)
Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 7 tries (28 pts)
Tom Trbojevic (MAN) – 7 tries (28 pts)
James Maloney (WAR) – 1 try & 12 goals (28 pts)
Michael Robertson (MAN) – 6 tries & 1 goal (26 pts)

Former Manly Sea Eagles fullback Brett Stewart

Head Coaching records

Mark Graham (WAR) – 1/1 (100%)
Geoff Toovey (MAN) – 5/6 (83.3%)
Trent Barrett (MAN) – 4/5 (80%)
Des Hasler (MAN) – 12/16 (75%)
Bob Fulton (MAN) – 3/4 (75%)
Daniel Anderson (WAR) – 3/4 (75%)
Anthony Kemp (WAR) – 1/2 (50%)
Matthew Elliott (WAR) – 1/2 (50%)
Stephen Kearney (WAR) – 1/4 (25%)
Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 2/11 (18.2%)
Frank Endacott (WAR) – 0/1 (0%)
Peter Sharp (MAN) – 0/2 (0%)
John Monie (WAR) – 0/2 (0%)
Brian McClennan (WAR) – 0/2 (0%)
Andrew McFadden (WAR) – 0/4 (0%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Phil Blake – 1982-1986 (MAN) & 1995-1997 (WAR)
  2. Gene Ngamu – 1992-1993 (MAN) & 1995-1999 (WAR)
  3. Matthew Ridge – 1990-1996 (MAN) & 1997-1999 (WAR)
  4. Kevin Iro – 1991-1992 (MAN) & 1998 (WAR)
  5. Joe Galuvao – 1998-2000 (WAR) & 2010-2013 (MAN)
  6. Michael Witt – 2005-2006 (MAN) & 2007-2008 (WAR)
  7. Lewis Brown – 2009-2012 (WAR) & 2016-2018 (MAN)
  8. Kieran Foran – 2009-2015 (MAN) & 2017 (WAR)
  9. Feleti Mateo – 2011-2014 (WAR) & 2015-2016 (MAN)
  10. Peta Hiku – 2013-2015 (MAN) & 2018-2019 (WAR)
  11. Jeff Robson – 2004 & 2008 (MAN) & 2016 (WAR)
  12. Jonathan Wright – 2015-2016 (WAR) & 2018 (MAN)
  13. Ligi Sao – 2013 & 2015 (MAN) & 2016-2019 (WAR)
  14. Blake Green – 2017 (MAN) & 2018-2019 (WAR)
  15. Toafofoa Sipley – 2016 (WAR) & 2018-2019 (MAN)

Biggest winning margins

The New Zealand Warriors biggest win over the Manly Sea Eagles came back in 1999, winning 36-10 in round 3.

The Manly Sea Eagles biggest win over the New Zealand Warriors was a comfortable 52-6 victory, also in round 3, but in 2008.

Players sin-binned/sent-off in this fixture

  1. Gavin Hill (WAR) sent-off in round 5, 1996.
  2. Shayne Dunley (MAN) sin-binned in round 5, 2006.

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NRL Rd 21 Stats Breakdown: North Queensland Cowboys v Brisbane Broncos

Former North Queensland Cowboys halfback and captain Johnathan Thurston

There is a clear winner in the overall games between these two sides and it is the Brisbane Broncos as the victors over the North Queensland Cowboys. 

With entertaining clashes galore, both sides probably will not make the finals unless a miracle happens but pride is everything.

North Queensland Cowboys v Brisbane Broncos Stats Breakdown

The North Queensland Cowboys and Brisbane Broncos have played each other on 52 occasions; the Cowboys have won just sixteen games, the Broncos thirty-three games and there have been three draws.

The Cowboys lost the first sixteen games between the two sides before finally winning their first game over the Broncos in the 2004 NRL semi final.

The Cowboys have won four of the last seven but have lost three of the last four between the two sides.

The first game played between the two sides was a 20-12 win for the Brisbane Broncos in round 5, 1995.

Paul Green is the only North Queensland Cowboys coach with a winning record against the Brisbane Broncos.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Matt Bowen (NQL) – 13
Darren Lockyer (BRI) – 10
Shaun Berrigan (BRI) – 9
Gavin Cooper (NQL) – 9
Jordan Kahu (BRI/NQL) – 9
Steve Renouf (BRI) – 8
Brent Tate (BRI/NQL) – 8
Michael Morgan (NQL) – 8

Former North Queensland Cowboys fullback Matthew Bowen

Top point-scorer in this clash

Johnathan Thurston (NQL) – 6 tries, 88 goals & 4 field goals (204 pts)
Corey Parker (BRI) – 6 tries & 52 goals (128 pts)
Darren Lockyer (BRI) – 10 tries, 27 goals & 1 field goal (95 pts)
Michael de Vere (BRI) – 1 try & 30 goals (64 pts)
Josh Hannay (NQL) – 4 tries & 24 goals (64 pts)
Jordan Kahu (BRI/NQL) – 9 tries & 12 goals (60 pts)
Matt Bowen (NQL) – 12 tries & 2 field goals (50 pts)

Head Coaching records

Ivan Henjak (BRI) – 4/4 (100%)
Anthony Seibold (BRI) – 1/1 (100%)
Wayne Bennett (BRI) – 24/36 (66.7%) (2 draws)
Paul Green (NQL) – 8/15 (53.3%)
Anthony Griffin (BRI) – 4/10 (40%)
Neil Henry (NQL) – 4/11 (36.4%)
Graham Murray (NQL) – 4/12 (33.3%)
Grant Bell (NQL) – 0/1 (0%)
Graham Lowe (NQL) – 0/1 (0%)
Ian Millward (NQL) – 0/1 (0%)
Murray Hurst (NQL) – 0/2 (0%)
Tim Sheens (NQL) – 0/8 (0%) (2 draws)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Willie Morganson – 1991-1993 (BRI) & 1995-1996 (NQL)
  2. Jason Erba – 1992 (BRI) & 1995 (NQL)
  3. Julian O’Neill – 1991-1995 (BRI) & 2000-2001 (NQL)
  4. Dale Shearer – 1990-1991 (BRI) & 1998 (NQL)
  5. Michael Coorey – 1996 & 1998 (NQL) & 2001-2003 (BRI)
  6. Paul Green – 1999-2000 (NQL) & 2004 (BRI)
  7. Kevin Campion – 1998-2000 (BRI) & 2003-2004 (NQL)
  8. Carl Webb – 2000-2004 (BRI) & 2005-2010 (NQL)
  9. Scott Prince – 1998-2000 (NQL) & 2001-2003 & 2013 (BRI)
  10. Brent Tate – 2001-2007 (BRI) & 2011-2014 (NQL)
  11. Scott Minto – 2002-2006 (BRI) & 2007 (NQL)
  12. Shane Tronc – 2004-2009 (NQL) & 2010-2011 (BRI)
  13. Robert Tanielu – 2002 (BRI) & 2006 (NQL)
  14. Ben Hannant – 2006-2008 & 2011-2014 (BRI) & 2015-2016 (NQL)
  15. Ashton Sims – 2008-2010 (BRI) & 2011-2014 (NQL)
  16. Ben Vaeau – 2006 (BRI) & 2007-2008 (NQL)
  17. Josh McGuire – 2009-2018 (BRI) & 2019 (NQL)
  18. Antonio Winterstein – 2009-2010 (BRI) & 2011-2018 (NQL)
  19. James Segeyaro – 2011-2012 (NQL) & 2019 (BRI)
  20. Nick Slyney – 2008 & 2010 (NQL) & 2012-2013 (BRI)
  21. Tautau Moga – 2014-2016 (NQL) & 2017 (BRI)
  22. Jordan Kahu – 2013-2018 (BRI) & 2019 (NQL)
  23. Jake Granville – 2013-2014 (BRI) & 2015-2019 (NQL)
  24. Francis Molo – 2014-2015 (BRI) & 2018-2019 (NQL)
  25. Tom Opacic – 2016 & 2018 (BRI) & 2019 (NQL)

Biggest winning margins

The North Queensland Cowboys biggest win over the Brisbane Broncos came during the 2006 NRL season, with a comfortable 36-4 victory in round 1.

The Brisbane Broncos biggest win over the North Queensland Cowboys was a comprehensive 58-4 success in round 5, 1998.

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NRL Stats Breakdown Rd 20: Brisbane Broncos v Melbourne Storm

Melbourne Storm hooker and captain Cameron Smith

Brisbane Broncos, look out. In-form Melbourne Storm, historically bad against them no matter the venue and inconsistent form, their work is cut out. 

The Storm are rolling on and with dominance over the Broncos in the past, they want that to continue.

Brisbane Broncos v Melbourne Storm Stats Breakdown

The Brisbane Broncos and Melbourne Storm have played each other on 47 occasions; the Broncos have won just 13 games, the Storm have won 32 games and there have been two draws.

The Broncos 13 wins in total over the Storm in their history of clashes is their fewest against any current NRL side (minimum 40 games).

The Broncos have conceded 1,151 total points against the Storm, the most they have conceded against any current NRL side.

The Melbourne Storm have won the last six games against the Broncos.

The Brisbane Broncos have not beaten the Melbourne Storm at Suncorp Stadium since 2009. Since then, they have lost eight straight.

The first game played between the two sides was a 34-16 win for the Broncos in round 17, 1998.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Billy Slater (MEL) – 22
Matt King (BRI) – 9
Matt Geyer (MEL) – 8
Cooper Cronk (MEL) – 8
Robbie Ross (MEL) – 7
Darren Lockyer (BRI) – 7
Steve Turner (MEL) – 7
Greg Inglis (MEL) – 7
Israel Folau (MEL/BRI) – 7
Anthony Quinn (MEL) – 6

Former Melbourne Storm fullback Billy Slater

Top point-scorer in this clash

Cameron Smith (MEL) – 3 tries & 97 goals (206 pts)
Michael De Vere (BRI) – 5 tries & 38 goals (92 pts)
Billy Slater (MEL) – 22 tries (88 pts)
Darren Lockyer (BRI) – 7 tries, 19 goals & 1 field goal (67 pts)
Matt Orford (MEL) – 4 tries, 24 goals & 2 field goals (66 pts)
Matt Geyer (MEL) – 8 tries & 12 goals (56 pts)
Corey Parker (BRI) – 1 try & 24 goals (52 pts)
Matt King (MEL) – 9 tries (36 pts)
Cooper Cronk (MEL) – 8 tries & 3 field goals (35 pts)
Greg Inglis (MEL) – 7 tries & 1 goal (30 pts)

Head Coaching records

Craig Bellamy (MEL) – 28/37 (75.7%)
Chris Anderson (MEL) – 3/6 (50%) (1 draw)
Ivan Henjak (BRI) – 2/4 (50%)
Wayne Bennett (BRI) – 11/33 (33.3%) (1 draw)
Mark Murray (MEL) – 1/3 (33.3%)
Anthony Seibold (BRI) – 0/1 (0%)
Anthony Griffin (BRI) – 0/8 (0%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Robbie Ross – 1996 (BRI) & 1998-2003 (MEL)
  2. Richard Swain – 1998-2002 (MEL) & 2003 (BRI)
  3. Glenn Lazarus – 1992-1997 (BRI) & 1998-1999 (MEL)
  4. Russell Bawden – 1994 (BRI) & 1998-2001 (MEL)
  5. Chris Walker – 1999-2002 (BRI) & 2006 (MEL)
  6. Tom Learoyd-Lahrs – 2004-2005 (BRI) & 2015 (MEL)
  7. Dennis Scott – 1996-1998 (BRI) & 2005 (MEL)
  8. Israel Folau – 2007-2008 (MEL) & 2009-2010 (BRI)
  9. Sam Tagataese – 2007-2008 (MEL) & 2018 (BRI)
  10. Clifford Manua – 2007 (BRI) & 2008 (MEL)
  11. Lagi Setu – 2009-2010 (BRI) & 2013 (MEL)
  12. Scott Anderson – 2007-2009 (MEL) & 2010-2013 (BRI)

Biggest winning margins

The Brisbane Broncos biggest win over the Melbourne Storm came in round 21, 2002, when they won 48-20.

The biggest win for the Melbourne Storm over the Brisbane Broncos came back in round 4, 2005, with a comfortable 50-4 victory.

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NRL Stats Breakdown Rd 20: New Zealand Warriors v Canberra Raiders

Canberra Raiders centre and captain Jarrod Croker

It is hard to split these two sides historically as both have enjoyed good times and bad times. 

In 2019, though, the Raiders are in the better position. With a finals berth beckoning, can the Warriors spoil the Green Machine party?

New Zealand Warriors v Canberra Raiders Stats Breakdown

The New Zealand Warriors and Canberra Raiders have played each other on 42 occasions; the Warriors have won 19 games, the Raiders have won 21 games and there have been two draws.

The Warriors have won the last two clashes between the two sides, having lost four in a row prior to that.

The Raiders have won just three games in their last thirteen clashes at Mt Smart Stadium against the Warriors.

The first clash between the two sides was a 15-8 win for the Canberra Raiders in round 21, 1995.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 17
Jarrod Croker (CAN) – 17
Laurie Daley (CAN) – 8
Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 7
Sean Hoppe (WAR/CAN) – 5
Lesley Vainikolo (CAN) – 5
Joel Monaghan (CAN) – 5

Top point-scorer in this clash

Jarrod Croker (CAN) – 17 tries & 47 goals (158 pts)
Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 7 tries, 37 goals & 2 field goals (104 pts)
Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 17 tries (68 pts)
Clinton Schifcofske (CAN) – 1 try, 24 goals & 2 field goals (54 pts)
David Furner (CAN) – 3 tries & 18 goals (52 pts)
Stacey Jones (WAR) – 4 tries, 11 goals & 2 field goals (40 pts)
Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 18 goals (36 pts)
Luke Williamson (CAN) – 1 try, 14 goals & 1 field goal (33 pts)
Laurie Daley (CAN) – 8 tries (32 pts)
Matt Gafa (CAN) – 3 tries & 7 goals (26 pts)
Terry Campese (CAN) – 1 try & 10 goals (24 pts)
James Maloney (WAR) – 2 tries, 7 goals & 1 field goal (23 pts)

Former New Zealand Warriors winger Manu Vatuvei

Head Coaching records

Tim Sheens (CAN) – 2/2 (100%)
David Furner (CAN) – 5/7 (71.4%)
Andrew McFadden (WAR) – 4/6 (66.7%)
Anthony Kemp (WAR) – 2/3 (66.7%)
Mal Meninga (CAN) – 5/9 (55.6%)
Stephen Kearney (WAR) – 2/4 (50%)
Frank Endacott (WAR) – 1/2 (50%)
Matthew Elliott (WAR) – 1/2 (50%)
Neil Henry (CAN) – 1/2 (50%)
Matthew Elliott (CAN) – 4/9 (44.4%)
Daniel Anderson (WAR) – 3/7 (42.9%)
Ricky Stuart (CAN) – 4/10 (40%)
Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 3/7 (42.9%)
John Monie (WAR) – 1/3 (33.3%)
Mark Graham (WAR) – 1/4 (25%)
Tony Iro (WAR) – 0/1 (0%)
Brian McClennan (WAR) – 0/1 (0%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Sean Hoppe – 1992-1993 (CAN) & 1995-1999 (WAR)
  2. Phil Blake – 1992 (CAN) & 1995-1997 (WAR)
  3. Ruben Wiki – 1993-2004 (CAN) & 2005-2008 (WAR)
  4. Quentin Pongia – 1993-1997 (CAN) & 1998 (WAR)
  5. Anthony Swann – 1996-1998 (WAR) & 2000-2001 (CAN)
  6. Tyran Smith – 1998 (WAR) & 2002-2005 (CAN)
  7. Odell Manuel – 1999-2000 (WAR) & 2001-2002 (CAN)
  8. Jason Death – 1991-1995 (CAN) & 1999-2001 (WAR)
  9. Justin Morgan – 2000 (CAN) & 2001-2002 (WAR)
  10. Sione Faumuina – 2001 (CAN) & 2002-2006 (WAR)
  11. Bill Tupou – 2010-2013 (WAR) & 2013-2015 (CAN)
  12. Shaun Berrigan – 2011 (WAR) & 2012-2013 (CAN)
  13. Matthew Allwood – 2014 (CAN) & 2015-2016 (WAR)
  14. Charlie Gubb – 2013-2017 (WAR) & 2018 (CAN)
  15. Ata Hingano – 20116-2017 (WAR) & 2018 (CAN)
  16. Siliva Havili – 2014-2015 (WAR) & 2018-2019 (CAN)

Biggest winning margins

The Canberra Raiders biggest win over the New Zealand Warriors was a comfortable 56-12 success in round 5, 2000.

An equally comfortable success happened for the New Zealand Warriors after a 54-12 win in round 9, 2014.

Players sin-binned/sent-off in this clash

  1. Steve Stone (CAN) & Mark Horo (WAR) both sin-binned in round 21, 1996.
  2. Adam Blair (WAR) sin-binned in round 3, 2018.

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NRL Rd 20 Stats Breakdown: Wests Tigers v North Queensland Cowboys

Former North Queensland Cowboys winger Matt Sing

Relatively even between the two sides over their clashes, the star power might be present among both but the consistency is not.

As both sides battle desperately for much needed wins, the game should be won in the forwards.

Wests Tigers v North Queensland Cowboys Stats Breakdown

The Wests Tigers and North Queensland Cowboys have played each other on 37 occasions; the Tigers have won 20 games, the Cowboys have won 16 games and there has been one draw.

The Tigers have won four of the last five games between the two sides.

The Cowboys won eight of the first ten games between the two sides.

The first game between the two sides was round 12, 2000, an 18-8 win to the North Queensland Cowboys.

Wests Tigers winger David Nofoaluma has scored four tries in his last five games against the North Queensland Cowboys, including a try in his last two games against them.

Gavin Cooper hasn’t scored a try against the Wests Tigers since round 20, 2012.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Matt Sing (NQL) – 12
Matt Bowen (NQL) – 10
Benji Marshall (WST) – 9
Ty Williams (NQL) – 8
Antonio Winterstein (NQL) – 7
Brett Hodgson (WST) – 6
Robbie Farah (WST) – 6

Former North Queensland Cowboys half and captain Johnathan Thurston

Top point-scorer in this clash

Johnathan Thurston (NQL) – 2 tries & 65 goals (138 pts)
Brett Hodgson (WST) –  6 tries & 42 goals (108 pts)
Benji Marshall (WST) – 9 tries & 33 goals (99 pts)
Josh Hannay (NQL) – 2 tries & 23 goals (54 pts)
Matt Sing (NQL) – 12 tries (48 pts)
Matt Bowen (NQL) – 10 tries, 2 goals & 2 field goals (46 pts)
Ty Williams (NQL) – 8 tries (32 pts)
Antonio Winterstein (NQL) – 7 tries (28 pts)

Head Coaching records

Tim Sheens (NQL) – 3/3 (100%)
Michael Maguire (WST) – 1/1 (100%)
Ivan Cleary (WST) – 2/3 (66.7%)
Tim Sheens (WST) – 13/21 (61.9%)
Graham Murray (NQL) – 7/14 (50%)
Michael Potter (WST) – 2/4 (50%)
Jason Taylor (WST) – 1/2 (50%)
Paul Green (NQL) – 3/8 (37.5%)
Neil Henry (NQL) – 3/9 (33.3%)
Terry Lamb (WST) – 1/3 (33.3%)
Murray Hurst (NQL) – 0/1 (0%)
Ian Millward (NQL) – 0/1 (0%)
Wayne Pearce (WST) – 0/2 (0%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Scott Prince – 1998-2000 (NQL) & 2004-2006 (WST)
  2. Luke O’Donnell – 2000-2003 (WST) & 2004-2010 (NQL)
  3. Tyran Smith – 1997 (NQL) & 2000-2001 (WST)
  4. Ray Cashmere – 2005 & 2012 (WST) & 2006-2008 (NQL)
  5. Shannon Gallant – 2007-2009 (WST) & 2010 (NQL)
  6. Cory Paterson – 2011-2012 (NQL) & 2014 (WST)
  7. Robert Lui – 2009-2011 (WST) & 2012-2015 (NQL)

Biggest winning margins

The Wests Tigers biggest win over the North Queensland Cowboys was a 50-6 romp in the 2005 NRL Qualifying final.

The North Queensland Cowboys biggest win over the Wests Tigers was a comfortable 64-6 victory in round 22, 2014.

Players sin-binned/sent-off in this clash

  1. Glenn Morrison (NQL) & John Hopoate (WST) both sin-binned in round 6, 2001.
  2. Paul Rauhihi (NQL) sin-binned in round 6, 2005.
  3. Paul Whatuira (WST) sin-binned in in round 5, 2006.
  4. Shane Muspratt (NQL) sin-binned in round 13, 2006.
  5. Bronson Harrison (WST) sin-binned in round 2, 2008.
  6. Robbie Farah (WST) & Anthony Watts (NQL) both sin-binned in round 19, 2009.
  7. Luke O’Donnell (NQL) sin-binned in round 5, 2010.

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NRL Stats Breakdown Rd 19: Sydney Roosters v Canterbury Bulldogs

Canterbury Bulldogs legend Hazem El Masri

Fierce rivals for many years now, these is always fire and spice when these two sides go head-to-head. 

With big boppers galore and class to boot, the Dogs have their work cut out as the Roosters have all the momentum.

Canterbury Bulldogs v Sydney Roosters Stats Breakdown

The Canterbury Bulldogs and Sydney Roosters have played each other on 183 occasions; the Bulldogs have won 85 times, the Roosters have won 92 times and there have been six draws.

It took three years and seven games before the Canterbury Bulldogs won a game against the Sydney Roosters.

The Roosters have won eleven of the last fourteen games between the two sides, including the last five.

The first game played between the two sides was an 87-7 win for the Roosters over the Bulldogs in round 6, 1935.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Dave Brown (SYD) – 15
Bill Mullins (SYD) – 12
Josh Morris (CBY) – 12
Anthony Minichiello (SYD) – 11
Rod O’Loan (SYD) – 10
Henry Pierce (SYD) – 10
Ray Gartner (CBY) – 9
Steve Gearin (CBY) – 9
Hazem El Masri (CBY) – 9
Terry Lamb (CBY) – 9
Daniel Tupou (CBY) – 9
Brian Allsop (SYD) – 8
Jack Gibson (SYD) – 8
Ben Barba (CBY) – 8
Shaun Kenny-Dowall (SYD) – 8
Sonny Bill Williams (CBY/SYD) – 8

Top point-scorer in this clash

Hazem El Masri (CBY) – 9 tries & 59 goals (144 pts)
Dave Brown (SYD) – 15 tries & 28 goals (109 pts)*
Terry Lamb (CBY) – 9 tries, 33 goals & 5 field goals (107 pts)
Craig Fitzgibbon (SYD) – 1 try & 46 goals (96 pts)
Steve Gearin (CBY) – 9 tries & 32 goals (93 pts)*
Allan McKean (SYD) – 1 try & 40 goals (83 pts)*
John Brass (SYD) – 5 tries & 33 goals (81 pts)*
Daryl Halligan (CBY) – 4 tries & 32 goals (80 pts)
Bob Landers (SYD) – 4 tries & 27 goals (66 pts)*
Dick Dunn (SYD) – 4 tries & 26 goals (64 pts)*
Lin Johnson (CBY) – 25 goals (50 pts)
Latrell Mitchell (SYD) – 7 tries & 11 goals (50 pts)

Prolific Sydney Roosters try-scorer Dave Brown

Head Coaching records

Ross McKinnon (CBY) – 4/4 (100%)
Roy Kirkaldy (CBY) – 2/2 (100%)
Roger Pearman (CBY) – 2/2 (100%)
Louis Neumann (SYD) – 2/2 (100%)
Trent Robinson (SYD) – 11/14 (78.6%)
Chris Anderson (CBY) – 9/12 (75%) (1 draw)
Clive Churchill (CBY) – 3/4 (75%)
Phil Gould (CBY) – 3/4 (75%)
Kevin Moore (CBY) – 3/4 (75%)
Sidney Pearce Jr. (SYD) – 3/4 (75%)
Francis O’Connor (SYD) – 3/4 (75%)
John Gibson (SYD) – 10/14 (71.4%)
Bob Fulton (SYD) – 7/10 (70%)
Don Furner (SYD) – 4/6 (66.7%)
Jim Craig (CBY) – 2/3 (66.7%) (1 draw)
Brad Fittler (SYD) – 2/3 (66.7%)
Frank Burge (SYD) – 7/11 (63.6%)
Warren Ryan (CBY) – 5/8 (62.5%) (1 draw)
Steve Folkes (CBY) – 13/21 (61.9%)
Ray Stehr (SYD) – 5/9 (55.6%)
Arthur Halloway (SYD) – 6/12 (50%) (2 draws)
Ernest Norman (SYD) – 3/6 (50%)
Albert Why (CBY) – 2/4 (50%)
Jack Hampstead (CBY) – 2/4 (50%)
Bob Hagan (CBY) – 2/4 (50%)
Cecil Fifield (CBY) – 1/2 (50%)
Arthur Halloway (CBY) – 1/2 (50%)
Henry Porter (CBY) – 1/2 (50%)
Vic Bulgin (CBY) – 1/2 (50%)
Percy Williams (SYD) – 1/2 (50%)
Matthew Donohoe (SYD) – 1/2 (50%)
Nat Silcock (SYD) – 1/2 (50%)
Tony Paskins (SYD) – 1/2 (50%)
Arthur Beetson (SYD) 5/12 (41.7%) (1 draw)
Eddie Burns (CBY) – 4/10 (40%) (1 draw)
Dick Dunn (SYD) – 4/10 (40%) (1 draw)
Des Hasler (CBY) – 5/13 (38.5%)
Ricky Stuart (SYD) – 4/11 (36.3%)
Edwin Glossop (CBY) – 5/14 (35.7%)
Brian Smith (SYD) – 2/6 (33.3%)
Alan Brady (CBY) – 1/3 (33.3%)
Russell Fairfax (SYD) – 1/3 (33.3%) (1 draw)
Phil Gould (SYD) – 2/7 (28.6%)
Jerry Brien (CBY) – 1/4 (25%)
Vic Hey (CBY) – 1/4 (25%)
Cec Cooper (CBY) – 1/4 (25%)
Bert Holcroft (SYD) – 1/4 (25%)
Laurie Freier (SYD) – 1/4 (25%)
Graham Murray (SYD) – 1/4 (25%)
Malcolm Clift (CBY) – 3/13 (23.1%)
Kevin Ryan (CBY) – 2/9 (22.2%)
Mark Murray (SYD) – 1/6 (16.8%)
George Mason (CBY) – 0/1 (0%)
Jim Dymock (CBY) – 0/1 (0%)
Hugh McGahan (SYD) – 0/1 (0%)
Chris Anderson (SYD) – 0/1 (0%)
Edward Courtney (CBY) – 0/2 (0%)
Frank Burge (CBY) – 0/2 (0%) (1 draw)
William Kelly (CBY) – 0/2 (0%)
Stanley Geelan (CBY) – 0/2 (0%)
Ferris Ashton (SYD) – 0/2 (0%)
Dean Pay (CBY) – 0/3 (0%)
Ron Bailey (CBY) – 0/5 (0%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Bob Farrar – 1940-1945 (CBY) & 1946 (SYD)
  2. Nev Charlton – 1948-1953 (CBY) & 1962-1963 (SYD)
  3. Don Sinclair – 1943, 1947-1948, 1952 & 1954 (SYD) & 1949-1951 (CBY)
  4. Ray Beavan – 1958-1960 (SYD) & 1962 (CBY)
  5. Jim Mathews – 1962-1963 (CBY) & 1964-1968 (SYD)
  6. Kevin Goldspink – 1963-1967 & 1969 (CBY) & 1970-1971 (SYD)
  7. Terry Bawden – 1967-1968 (CBY) & 1969 (SYD)
  8. Steve Hage – 1976-1978 (CBY) & 1980 (SYD)
  9. Mick Ryan – 1975-1978 (CBY) & 1980 & 1983 (SYD)
  10. Joe Reaiche – 1978-1979 & 1983 (CBY) & 1981 (SYD)
  11. Allan Geelan – 1980-1981 (CBY) & 1982 (SYD)
  12. Peter Johnston – 1984-1986 (CBY) & 1987-1988 (SYD)
  13. Brian Battese – 1984-1985 (CBY) & 1986-1987 (SYD)
  14. Paul Dunn – 1984-1985 & 1996 (SYD) & 1986-1990 (CBY)
  15. Scott Bennett – 1984-1986 (SYD) & 1987-1988 (CBY)
  16. Sandy Campbell – 1986-1988 (CBY) & 198-1990 (SYD)
  17. John Elias – 1986 (CBY) & 1988-1989 (SYD)
  18. Pat Jarvis – 1987 (CBY) & 1988-1989 (SYD)
  19. Jason Williams – 1988 (SYD) & 1992-1995 (CBY)
  20. Rod Silva – 1988-1995 (SYD) & 1995-2001 (CBY)
  21. Michael Appleby – 1990 (CBY) & 1992-1994 (SYD)
  22. Robert Mears – 1994-1996 (SYD) & 1997-1998 (CBY)
  23. Gavin Lester – 1998-2000 & 2002 (CBY) & 2004 (SYD)
  24. Barry Ward – 1990-1993 & 1997-2001 (CBY) & 1995 (SYD)
  25. Willie Mason – 2000-2007 (CBY) & 2008-2009 (SYD)
  26. Braith Anasta – 2000-2005 (CBY) & 2006-2012 (SYD)
  27. Glenn Hall – 2002-2003 (CBY) & 2004 (SYD)
  28. Mark O’Meley – 2002-2007 (CBY) & 2008-2009 (SYD)
  29. Sonny Bill Williams – 2004-2008 (CBY) & 2013-2014 (SYD)
  30. Ben Hannant – 2005 (SYD) & 2009-2010 (CBY)
  31. Sam Perrett – 2004-2012 (SYD) & 2012-2016 (CBY)
  32. Nate Myles – 2005-2006 (CBY) & 2007-2011 (SYD)
  33. Charlie Tonga – 2005 (CBY) & 2006-2007 (SYD)
  34. Nick Kouparitsas – 2006-2008 (CBY) & 2009-2010 (SYD)
  35. Danny Williams – 2007 (SYD) & 2008 & 2010 (CBY)
  36. Dylan Napa – 2013-2018 (SYD) & 2019 (CBY)
  37. Brett Morris – 2015-2018 (CBY) & 2019 (SYD)

Biggest winning margins

The biggest win for the Sydney Roosters over the Canterbury Bulldogs came in the very first fixture played between the two sides, with the Roosters winning 87-7 in round 6, 1935.

The Canterbury Bulldogs biggest win over the Sydney Roosters was a triumphant 60-14 success in round 3, 2010.

Players sin-binned/sent-off in this clash

  1. Bob Allison, Ted Anderson, Jim Champion & Frank Sponberg (all CBY) & Andy Norval & Ray Stehr (both SYD) all sent-off in round 8, 1939.
  2. Terry Leabeater (CBY) sin-binned in round 4, 1983.
  3. Andrew Farrar (CBY) & Ron Gibbs (SYD) both sin-binned in round 17, 1985.
  4. Jason Alchin (CBY) sin-binned in round 10, 1987.
  5. Steve Hardy (SYD) sin-binned in round 2, 1991.
  6. Jim Serdaris (CBY) sent-off in round 15, 1993.
  7. Ivan Cleary (SYD) sin-binned in round 3, 1996.
  8. Luke Patten (SYD) sin-binned in round 19, 2001.
  9. Justin Hodges (SYD) sent-off in round 13, 2004.
  10. Adrian Morley (SYD) sent-off in round 6, 2005.
  11. Adrian Morley (SYD) sent-off in round 20, 2006.

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NRL Stats Breakdown Rd 19: Penrith Panthers v Canberra Raiders

Canberra Raiders centre and captain Jarrod Croker

You really cannot split these two sides historically and both sides have enjoyed success this season. 

Can Penrith’s juggernaut roll on or will the Raiders buck the trend and finish their 2019 strongly for a finals berth?

Penrith Panthers v Canberra Raiders Stats Breakdown

The Penrith Panthers and Canberra Raiders have played each other on 77 occasions; Penrith has won 38 times, Canberra 37 times and there have been two draws.

Penrith need just twelve points to record 1600 total points against the Raiders.

The Raiders have won just two of the last seven games played between the two sides.

The first clash between the two sides was a 27-19 win to Penrith in round 12, 1982.

Canberra Raiders winger Jordan Rapana has scored nine tries in nine games against the Penrith Panthers.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Craig Gower (PEN) – 10
Rhys Wesser (PEN) – 10
Laurie Daley (CAN) – 9
Steve Carter (PEN) – 9
Brett Mullins (CAN) – 8
Jordan Rapana (CAN) – 8
Greg Alexander (PEN) – 7
Terry Campese (CAN) – 7
Michael Gordon (PEN) – 7
David Simmons (PEN) – 7

Top point-scorer in this clash

Jarrod Croker (CAN) – 5 tries & 65 goals (146 pts)
Greg Alexander (PEN) – 7 tries, 37 goals & 1 field goal (105 pts)
David Furner (CAN) – 5 tries & 40 goals (100 pts)
Michael Gordon (PEN) – 7 tries & 32 goals (92 pts)
Ryan Girdler (PEN) – 4 tries, 35 goals & 1 field goal (87 pts)
Clinton Schifcofske (CAN) – 3 tries, 31 goals & 1 field goal (75 pts)
Terry Campese (CAN) – 7 tries & 13 goals (54 pts)
Mal Meninga (CAN) – 2 tries, 21 goals & 1 field goal (51 pts)
Nathan Cleary (PEN) – 3 tries, 18 goals & 1 field goal (49 pts)
Laurie Daley (CAN) – 9 tries & 6 goals (48 pts)
Ron Giteau (CAN) – 1 try & 20 goals (44 pts)

Former Penrith Panthers utility Craig Gower

Head Coaching records

Neil Henry (CAN) – 4/4 (100%)
John Peard (PEN) – 4/4 (100%)
Wayne Bennett (CAN) – 2/2 (100%)
Graham Rogers (CAN) – 1/1 (100%)
Steve Georgallis (PEN) – 1/1 (100%)
Anthony Griffin (PEN) – 5/7 (71.4%)
Ron Willey (PEN) – 2/3 (66.7%)
Matthew Elliott (CAN) – 5/9 (55.6%)
Tim Sheens (CAN) – 9/17 (52.9%) (1 draw)
Phil Gould (PEN) – 5/10 (50%)
Tim Sheens (PEN) – 4/8 (50%)
Mal Meninga (CAN) – 5/11 (45.5%)
John Lang (PEN) _ 4/9 (44.4%)
Ricky Stuart (CAN) – 5/12 (41.7%)
David Furner (CAN) – 4/10 (40%)
Matthew Elliott (CAN) – 4/10 (40%)
Royce Simmons (PEN) – 6/15 (40%)
Don Furner (CAN) – 4/12 (33.3%)
Ivan Cleary (PEN) – 3/9 (33.3%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Terry Wickey – 1975-1980 (PEN) & 1982 (CAN)
  2. Richard Cooke – 1977 (PEN) & 1982 (CAN)
  3. Ray Blacklock – 1976-1980 (PEN) & 1983-1984 (CAN)
  4. Chris Houghton – 1983 & 1985-1987 (PEN) & 1988-1989 (CAN)
  5. Mike Smith – 1982-1984 (PEN) & 1985 (CAN)
  6. Mark Bell – 1988-1991 (CAN) & 1994 (PEN)
  7. Brett Boyd – 1991 (CAN) & 1992-1998 (PEN)
  8. Matt Adamson – 1993-2001 (PEN) & 2005 (CAN)
  9. Brad Drew – 1993 & 1996-2000 (PEN) & 2003-2004 (CAN)
  10. Luke Priddis – 1997-1998 (CAN) & 2002-2008 (PEN)
  11. Nathan Smith – 2004 (CAN) & 2007-2013 (PEN)
  12. Danny Galea – 2002-2006 & 2012 (PEN) & 2010-2011 (CAN)
  13. Adrian Purtell – 2006-2009 (CAN) & 2010-2011 (PEN)
  14. Nigel Plum – 2007-2009 (CAN) & 2010-2015 (PEN)
  15. Sandor Earl – 2010-2012 (PEN) & 2012-2013 (CAN)
  16. Blake Austin – 2011-2013 (PEN) & 2015-2018 (CAN)

Biggest winning margins

The Canberra Raiders biggest win over the Penrith Panthers was a 74-12 demolition in round 22, 2008.

The Penrith Panthers biggest win over the Canberra Raiders has been 42-8 victories on two occasions; round 25, 1982 & round 19, 2004.

Players sin-binned/sent-off in this clash

  1. Chris O’Sullivan (CAN) sin-binned in round 1, 1983.
  2. David Grant (CAN) sin-binned in round 15, 1983.
  3. Gary Spears (CAN) sent-off in round 25, 1984.
  4. Peter Jackson (CAN) sin-binned & Chris O’Sullivan (CAN) sent-off, both in round 7, 1987.
  5. Darren Tuite (PEN) sent-off in round 11, 1991.
  6. Mark Geyer (PEN) in 1991 NSWRL grand final.
  7. Mark Corvo (CAN) & John Cartwright (PEN) both sin-binned in round 7, 1996.
  8. Brett Howland (PEN) sin-binned in round 9, 2005.
  9. Kaide Ellis (PEN) sin-binned in round 14, 2018.

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NRL Stats Breakdown Rd 19: Gold Coast Titans v Brisbane Broncos

Former Brisbane Broncos lock and goal-kicker Corey Parker

Consistent form has not favoured either Queensland side of late but momentum is the key if they are to get anywhere. 

With the Broncos seemingly finding that, they could push forward, even if the Titans have enjoyed recent success against them.

Gold Coast Titans v Brisbane Broncos Stats Breakdown

The Gold Coast Titans and Brisbane Broncos have played on 27 occasions; the Titans have won just seven games, the Broncos have won 19 games and there has been 1 draw.

The Broncos need just 28 points to record 700 total points against the Gold Coast Titans.

The Gold Coast Titans have won two of the last three games between the two sides.

The first game played between the two sides was in round 5, 2007, a game the Titans won 28-16.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Israel Folau (BRI) – 9
David Mead (GLD) – 9
Kodi Nikorima (BRI) – 7
Alex Glenn (BRI) – 6
Ben Hunt (BRI) – 6
Josh Hoffman (BRI/GLD) – 5
James Roberts (BRI) – 5
Darius Boyd (BRI) – 5
Anthony Milford (BRI) – 5
Anthony Don (GLD) – 5

Top point-scorer in this clash

Corey Parker (BRI) – 3 tries & 53 goals (110 pts)
Scott Prince (BRI/GLD) – 1 try, 31 goals & 1 field goal (67 pts)
Jordan Kahu (BRI) – 3 tries & 19 goals (46 pts)
Israel Folau (BRI) – 9 tries (36 pts)
David Mead (GLD) – 9 tries (36 pts)
Ben Hunt (BRI) – 6 tries & 2 goals (28 pts)
Alex Glenn (BRI) – 6 tries (24 pts)
Josh Hoffman (BRI/GLD) – 6 tries (24 pts)
Kodi Nikorima (BRI) – 6 tries (24 pts)
Anthony Milford (BRI) – 5 tries & 1 goal (22 pts)
Tyrone Roberts (GLD) – 1 try & 9 goals (22 pts)

Former Gold Coast Titans and Brisbane Broncos winger David Mead

Head Coaching records

Ivan Henjak (BRI) – 4/5 (80%)
Wayne Bennett (BRI) – 9/12 (75%)
Anthony Griffin (BRI) – 6/8 (75%)
Garth Brennan (GLD) – 2/3 (66.7%)
John Cartwright (GLD) – 5/12 (41.7%)
Neil Henry (GLD) – 1/6 (16.7%)
Anthony Seibold (BRI) – 0/1 (0%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Scott Prince – 2001-2003 & 2013 (BRI) & 2007-2012 (GLD)
  2. Kris Kahler – 2002 (BRI) & 2007 (GLD)
  3. Brad Meyers – 2000-2004 (BRI) & 2007-2011 (GLD)
  4. Nathan Friend – 2002 (BRI) & 2007-2011 (GLD)
  5. Steve Michaels – 2005-2010 (BRI) & 2011-2014 (GLD)
  6. David Taylor – 2006-2009 (BRI) & 2013-2015 (GLD)
  7. Ashley Harrison – 2000-2002 (BRI) & 2008-2014 (GLD)
  8. Chris Walker – 1999-2002 (BRI) & 2007 & 2009 (GLD)
  9. Josh Hoffman – 2008-2014 (BRI) & 2015-2016 (GLD)
  10. Dale Copley – 2009-2012 & 2014-2015 (BRI) & 2017-2019 (GLD)
  11. Sam Tagataese – 2009-2011 (GLD) & BRI (2018)
  12. Luke Capewell – 2011 (GLD) & 2012 (BRI)
  13. David Hala – 2009-2014 (BRI) & 2015 (GLD)
  14. Jarrod Wallace – 2012-2016 (BRI) & 2017-2019 (GLD)
  15. Daniel Vidot – 2014-2015 (BRI) & 2017 (GLD)
  16. Jai Arrow – 2016-2017 (BRI) & 2018-2019 (GLD)
  17. Ashley Taylor – 2015 (BRI) & 2016-2019 (GLD)
  18. David Mead – 2009 -2006 (GLD) & 2017 (BRI)

Biggest winning margins

The Gold Coast Titans biggest win over the Brisbane Broncos was in round 20, 2009, when they won 34-18.

The Brisbane Broncos biggest win over the Gold Coast Titans was a 54-0 rout in round 22, 2007.

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NRL Stats Breakdown Rd 19: Parramatta Eels v New Zealand Warriors

Former Parramatta Eels utility back Luke Burt

The Eels fortunes against the Warriors have not been kind to them in the past but with resurgence in 2019, can they buck the trend?

The two are relatively evenly matched as some players miss out and others return, as the Eels look to continue their strong form at BankWest.

Parramatta Eels v New Zealand Warriors Stats Breakdown

The Parramatta Eels and New Zealand Warriors have played each other on 40 occasions; the Eels have won 21 games, the Warriors have won 18 games and there has been 1 draw.

The Eels have won just two of the last seven games between the two sides.

The first match between the two sides was played in round 7, 1995, with the Warriors comfortably defeating the Eels 40-4.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 12
Luke Burt (PAR) – 11
Jarryd Hayne (PAR) – 11
Daniel Wagon (PAR) – 6
Eric Grothe (PAR) – 6
Matt Petersen (PAR) – 5
Francis Meli (WAR) – 5
Ben Smith (PAR) – 5
Semi Radradra (PAR) – 5

Top point-scorer in this clash

Luke Burt (PAR) – 11 tries & 49 goals (140 pts)
Michael Witt (PAR/WAR) – 3 tries & 23 goals (58 pts)
Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 2 tries, 24 goals & 1 field goal (57 pts)
Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 12 tries (48 pts)
Jarryd Hayne (PAR) – 11 tries & 1 goal (46 pts)
Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 1 try, 16 goals & 1 field goal (37 pts)
James Maloney (WAR) – 2 tries & 14 goals (36 pts)
Jason Taylor (PAR) – 1 try & 15 goals (34 pts)
Stacey Jones (WAR) – 4 tries & 9 goals (34 pts)
Chris Sandow (PAR) – 3 tries & 8 goals (28 pts)
Daniel Wagon (PAR) – 6 tries (24 pts)

Former New Zealand Warriors winger Manu Vatuvei

Head Coaching records

John Monie (WAR) – 2/2 (100%)
Brian McClennan (WAR) – 1/1 (100%)
Jason Taylor (PAR) – 1/1 (100%)
Ricky Stuart (PAR) – 1/1 (100%)
Brian Smith (PAR) – 12/16 (75%)
Stephen Kearney (WAR) – 2/3 (66.7%)
Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 6/12 (50%)
Andrew McFadden (PAR) – 2/4 (50%)
Michael Hagan (PAR) – 2/5 (40%)
Brad Arthur (PAR) – 3/8 (37.5%)
Daniel Anderson (WAR) – 2/6 (33.3%)
Anthony Kemp (WAR) – 1/4 (25%)
Daniel Anderson (PAR) -1/4 (25)
Frank Endacott (WAR) – 0/1 (0%)
Matthew Elliott (WAR) – 0/2 (0%)
Ron Hilditch (PAR) – 0/2 (0%)
Mark Graham (WAR) – 0/4 (0%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Justin Morgan – 1994-1999 (PAR) & 2001-2002 (WAR)
  2. Mark Horo – 1990-1994 (PAR) & 1996-1997 (WAR)
  3. Matthew Spence – 1995-1998 (PAR) & 2000 (WAR)
  4. Jason Bell – 1989-1992 & 1997-1999 (PAR) & 2000 (WAR)
  5. Lee Oudenryn – 1992-1995 (PAR) & 1997-2000 (WAR)
  6. Mark Tookey – 1998-1999 (PAR) & 2000-2004 (WAR)
  7. Joe Galuvao – 1998-2000 (WAR) & 2008-2009 (PAR)
  8. John Simon – 1997-1999 (PAR) & 1999-2000 (WAR)
  9. PJ Marsh – 2000-2001 & 2005-2007 (PAR) & 2002-2003 (WAR)
  10. Danny Sullivan – 2001 (PAR) & 2004 (WAR)
  11. Michael Witt – 2003-2004 (PAR) & 2007-2008 (WAR)
  12. Wade McKinnon – 2004-2006 (PAR) & 2007-2010 (WAR)
  13. Todd Lowrie – 2007-2009 (PAR) & 2013 (WAR)
  14. Krisnan Inu – 2007-2010 (PAR) & 2011-2012 (WAR)
  15. Ian Henderson – 2005 (PAR) & 2008-2010 (WAR)
  16. Feleti Mateo – 2004 & 2007-2010 (PAR) & 2011-2014 (WAR)
  17. Jeremy Latimore – 2009 (PAR) & 2010-2011 (WAR)
  18. Suaia Matagi – 2013-2015 (WAR) & 2017-2018 (PAR)
  19. Jonathan Wright – 2009-2010 (PAR) & 2015-2016 (WAR)

Biggest winning margins

The Parramatta Eels heaviest defeat against the New Zealand Warriors was a 48-0 shellacking in round 18, 2014.

The New Zealand Warriors heaviest defeat against the Parramatta Eels was a 56-12 romp in the 2001 NRL qualifying final.

Players to be sin-binned/sent-off in this fixture

  1. Gary Freeman (PAR) both sin-binned and sent-off in round 7, 1996.
  2. Darren Treacy (PAR) & Stacey Jones (WAR) both sin-binned in round 14, 2003.
  3. Isaiah Papali’I (WAR) sin-binned in round 11, 2018.

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