Toyota Cup Wrap - Grand Final + Inaugural Season Records

The Toyota Cup National Youth Competition (Under 20s) Grand Final Result


Canberra Raiders 28 def Brisbane Broncos 24 Sunday October 5th - 2:15pm AEST ANZ Stadium Referee: Shayne Hayne Sideline Officials: Adam Reid & Brenden Wood In Goal Judges: Grant Atkins & David Munro

Canberra Raiders (28) Tries: Michael Picker (2), Drury Low, Josh Dugan, Jarrad Kennedy Goals: Josh Dugan (4/4) Field Goals: Michael Picker (0/3), Matt Smith (0/1)

Brisbane Broncos (24) Tries: Ben Hunt, Michael Spence, Brendon Gibb, Jharal Yow Yeh (2) Goals: Ben Hunt (2/5) Field Goals: Ben Hunt (0/2), Jared Kahu (0/1)

Inaugural Jack Gibson Medalist: Josh Dugan (Raiders Fullback)


In the last edition of the Toyota Cup Wrap for 2008 we take a look at all the records set in the Inaugural Season of the National Youth Competition.

2008 Minor Premiers Canberra Raiders

2008 Premiers Canberra Raiders

2008 Runners-Up Brisbane Broncos

Inaugural Jack Gibson Medallist Josh Dugan (Raiders Fullback)

Top Pointscorer Ben Barba (Bulldogs) scored 254 points in the 2008 season. Scoring an unbelievable total of 28 tries, 70 goals & 2 Field Goals in 20 games.

Biggest Winning Margin Newcastle Knights defeated the Cronulla Sharks by a margin of 52 points in Round 19. (Final Score 56-4)

Biggest Winning Streak St George Illawarra Dragons went on a 10 game winning streak from Round 2 until Round 12 defeating the Titans (28-4), Raiders (43-32), Sharks (6-4), Cowboys (20-18), Bulldogs (32-22), Roosters (24-10) Eels (34-24), Storm (36-16), Sea Eagles (16-4), Rabbitohs (30-28) in their winning run.

Biggest Losing Streak Sydney Roosters went on a 13 game losing streak from Round 4 until Round 19 losing to the Bulldogs (38-10), Panthers (48-6), Knights (36-4), Dragons (24-10), Raiders (22-10), Eels (33-20), Warriors (40-10), Tigers (42-12), Sea Eagles (21-14), Panthers (40-20), Knights (36-24), Bulldogs (56-26), Titans (56-24), Raiders (37-24) in their losing run.

Highest Scoring Match Canterbury Bulldogs & Sydney Roosters scored a total of 82 points in their Round 16 match at the Sydney Football Stadium. (Final Score 56-26 Bulldogs)

Lowest Scoring Match St George Illawarra Dragons and Cronulla Sharks scored 10 points between themselves in their Round 4 at ANZ Stadium. (Final Score 6-4 Dragons)

Biggest Comeback Brisbane Broncos came from 24-0 down at halftime to win 28-24 in their Round 24 clash at Olympic Park.

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