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Season Summaries

2021

Finished: 13th (8 Wins, 16 Losses)

Points: Scored 500, Conceded 714

Coach: Michael Maguire

Captain/s: James Tamou (20), Luke Brooks (4)

Biggest Home Crowd: 31,523 (Rd.10 v Newcastle Knights, Suncorp Stadium)

Leading Try-Scorer: David Nofoaluma (13 tries)

Leading Points-Scorer: Adam Doueihi (174 points)

 

2020

Finished: 11th (7 Wins, 13 Losses)

Points: Scored 440, Conceded 505

Coach: Michael Maguire

Captain/s: Benji Marshall (16), Moses Mbye (15)

Biggest Home Crowd: 7,359 (Rd.20 v Parramatta Eels, Bankwest Stadium)

Leading Try-Scorer: David Nofoaluma (17 tries)

Leading Points-Scorer: Moses Mbye (74 points)

 

2019

Finished: 9th (11 Wins, 13 Losses)

Points: Scored 475, Conceded 486

Coach: Michael Maguire

Captain/s: Moses Mbye (17), Benji Marshall (7)

Biggest Home Crowd: 35,112 (Rd.9 v Penrith Panthers, Suncorp Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 15,344

Leading Try-Scorer: Corey Thompson and Esan Marsters (9 tries)

Leading Points-Scorer: Esan Marsters (116 points)

 

2018

Finished: 9th (12 Wins, 12 Losses)

Points: Scored 377, Conceded 460

Coach: Ivan Cleary

Captain/s: Chris Lawrence (7), Elijah Taylor (6), Benji Marshall (5), Russell Packer (5), Josh Reynolds (1)

Biggest Home Crowd: 30,420 (Rd.4 v Parramatta Eels, ANZ Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 17,291

Leading Try-Scorer: Corey Thompson (9 tries)

Leading Points-Scorer: Esan Marsters (124 points)

 

2017

Finished: 14th (7 Wins, 17 Losses)

Points: Scored 413, Conceded 571

Coach/es: Ivan Cleary (19), Jason Taylor (3), Andrew Webster (2)

Captain/s: Aaron Woods (22), Elijah Taylor (1), Chris Lawrence (1)

Biggest Home Crowd: 30,901 (Rd.20 v Parramatta Eels, ANZ Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 13,551

Leading Try-Scorer: Kevin Naiqama (9 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Tuimoala Lolohea (92 points)

 

2016

Finished: 9th (11 Wins, 13 Losses)

Points: Scored 499, Conceded 607

Coach: Jason Taylor

Captain/s: Aaron Woods (18), Chris Lawrence (6), Dene Halatau (5)

Biggest Home Crowd: 36,112 (Rd.4 v Parramatta Eels, ANZ Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 15,390

Leading Try-Scorer: David Nofoaluma and James Tedesco (14 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Mitchell Moses (113 points)

 

2015

Finished: 15th (8 Wins, 16 Losses)

Points: Scored 487, Conceded 562

Coach: Jason Taylor

Captain/s: Robbie Farah (17), Aaron Woods (4), Dene Halatau (3)

Biggest Home Crowd: 20,121 (Rd.4 v Canterbury-Bankstown, ANZ Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 11,709

Leading Try-Scorer: Pat Richards and James Tedesco (17 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Pat Richards (197 points)

 

2014

Finished: 13th (10 Wins, 14 Losses)

Points: Scored 420, Conceded 631

Coach: Michael Potter

Captain/s: Robbie Farah (18), Braith Anasta (5), Aaron Woods (1), Chris Lawrence (1)

Biggest Home Crowd: 22,618 (Rd.20 v St. George-Illawarra Dragons at ANZ Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 13,104

Leading Try-Scorer: Pat Richards (9 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Pat Richards (145 points)

 

2013

Finished: 15th (7 Wins, 17 Losses)

Points: Scored 386, Conceded 687

Coach: Michael Potter

Captain/s: Robbie Farah (18), Benji Marshall (6)

Biggest Home Crowd: 18,326 (Rd.3 v Parramatta Eels at Leichhardt Oval)

Average Home Crowd: 10,507

Leading Try-Scorer: Tim Simona (12 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Benji Marshall (111 points)

 

2012

Finished: 10th (11 Wins, 13 Losses)

Points: Scored 506, Conceded 551

Coach: Tim Sheens

Captain/s: Robbie Farah (16), Benji Marshall (8)

Biggest Home Crowd: 25,608 (Rd.5 v South Sydney Rabbitohs at Allianz Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 16,227

Leading Try-Scorer: Tim Moltzen (12 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Benji Marshall (167 points)

 

2011

Finished: 4th, Semi Final (15 Wins, 9 Losses)

Points: Scored 519, Conceded 430

Coach: Tim Sheens

Captain: Robbie Farah

Biggest Home Crowd: 27,687 (Rd.22 v St. George-Illawarra Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 17,852

Leading Try-Scorer: Benji Marshall (13 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Benji Marshall (211 points)

 

2010

Finished: 3rd, Preliminary Final (15 Wins, 9 Losses)

Points: Scored 537, Conceded 503

Coach: Tim Sheens

Captain: Robbie Farah

Biggest Home Crowd: 21,318 (Rd.3 v Parramatta Eels at Sydney Football Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 16,941

Leading Try-Scorer: Lote Tuqiri (18 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Benji Marshall (203 points)

 

2009

Finished: 9th (12 Wins, 12 Losses)

Points: Scored 558, Conceded 483

Coach: Tim Sheens

Captain/s: Robbie Farah (20), Benji Marshall (3)

Biggest Home Crowd: 34,272 (Rd.24 v Parramatta Eels at Sydney Football Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 16,848

Leading Try-Scorer: Taniela Tuiaki (21 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Benji Marshall (170 points)

 

2008

Finished: 10th (11 Wins, 13 Losses)

Points: Scored 528, Conceded 560

Coach: Tim Sheens

Captain/s: Brett Hodgson (20), Robbie Farah (4)

Biggest Home Crowd: 27,564 (Rd.24 v Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles at ANZ Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 15,930

Leading Try-Scorer: Chris Lawrence (10 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Brett Hodgson (148 points)

 

2007

Finished: 9th (11 Wins, 13 Losses)

Points: Scored 541, Conceded 561

Coach: Tim Sheens

Captain/s: Brett Hodgson (15), Todd Payten (8), Robbie Farah (2)

Biggest Home Crowd: 25,166 (Rd.22 v Sydney Roosters at Telstra Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 16,766

Leading Try-Scorer: Chris Lawrence (16 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Benji Marshall (104 points)

 

2006

Finished: 11th (10 Wins, 14 Losses)

Points: Scored 490, Conceded 565

Coach: Tim Sheens

Captain/s: Brett Hodgson (15), Scott Prince (9), Ben Galea (1)

Biggest Home Crowd: 27,865 (Rd.1 v St. George-Illawarra Dragons at Telstra Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 19,357

Leading Try-Scorer: Daniel Fitzhenry (11 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Brett Hodgson (94 points)

 

2005

Finished: 4th, Premiers (14 Wins, 10 Losses)

Points: Scored 676, Conceded 575

Coach: Tim Sheens

Captain/s: Scott Prince (20), Mark O'Neill (8)

Biggest Home Crowd: 29,542 (Rd.24 v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Telstra Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 19,379

Leading Try-Scorer: Pat Richards (20 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Brett Hodgson (308 points)

 

2004

Finished: 9th (10 Wins, 14 Losses)

Points: Scored 509, Conceded 534

Coach: Tim Sheens

Captain/s: Darren Senter (16), Scott Sattler (8)

Biggest Home Crowd: 25,771 (Rd.5 v St. George-Illawarra Dragons at Telstra Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 15,219

Leading Try-Scorer: Brett Hodgson (11 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Brett Hodgson (192 points)

 

2003

Finished: 13th (7 Wins, 17 Losses)

Points: Scored 470, Conceded 598

Coach: Tim Sheens

Captain/s: Darren Senter (15), Mark O'Neill (9)

Biggest Home Crowd: 15,774 (Rd.3 v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Campbelltown Sports Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 8,993

Leading Try-Scorer: John Wilson (16)

Leading Point-Scorer: Luke Covell (130 points)

 

2002

Finished: 13th (7 Wins, 17 Losses)

Points: Scored 498, Conceded 642

Coach: Terry Lamb

Captain/s: Darren Senter (17), Ben Galea (3), Mark O'Neill (2), Corey Pearson (1), Terry Hill (1)

Biggest Home Crowd: 16,266 (Rd.18 v South Sydney Rabbitohs at Leichhardt Oval)

Average Home Crowd: 10,478

Leading Try-Scorer: Kevin McGuinness (10 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Joel Caine (148 points)

 

2001

Finished: 12th (9 Wins, 16 Losses, 1 Draw)

Points: Scored 474, Conceded 746

Coach: Terry Lamb

Captain/s: Darren Senter (21), Ben Galea (3), John Simon (2)

Biggest Home Crowd: 14,802 (Rd.11 v Parramatta Eels at Leichhardt Oval)

Average Home Crowd: 9,287

Leading Try-Scorer: John Carlaw (9 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Joel Caine (116 points)

 

2000

Finished: 10th (11 Wins, 13 Losses, 2 Draws)

Points: Scored 519, Conceded 642

Coach: Wayne Pearce

Captain/s: Darren Senter (17), Jarrod McCracken (6), Craig Field (2), Terry Hill (1)

Biggest Home Crowd: 18,119 (Rd.11 v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Campbelltown Sports Stadium)

Average Home Crowd: 12,124

Leading Try-Scorer: Joel Caine (15 tries)

Leading Point-Scorer: Joel Caine (224 points)

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