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The 1992 Brisbane Broncos season was the fifth in the club's history and they competed in the NSWRL's 1992 Winfield Cup premiership. Under new captain Allan Langer they finished the regular season 1st to claim their first minor premiership before going on to play in their first grand final and win, transporting the Winfield Cup trophy north of the New South Wales border for the first time.[1] The Broncos then also became the first Australian club to win the World Club Challenge. Contents 1 Season summary 2 Match results 3 Scorers 4 Grand final 5 References Season summary After the retirement of Gene Miles, the captaincy role fell onto half-back Allan Langer for the 1992 season. Despite failing to make the finals the previous season, the Broncos were at the top of the ladder for most of this year's competition, losing just four matches to gain their first minor premiership with a 6-point buffer over second placed St George Dragons. In their first Grand Final appearance the Broncos comprehensively defeated the Dragons 28-8 at the Sydney Football Stadium and finally the Winfield Cup was transported to Queensland for the first time. A month later, the Broncos played in the 1992 World Club Challenge match against dominant British champions Wigan. No Australian club had yet gone to England and won, and many expected the Broncos to follow that trend. They didn't, smashing the cherry pickers in emphatic fashion 22-8. Wigan and the Broncos met again in the final of the 1992 World Sevens tournament, which Brisbane lost. Match results Round Opponent Result Bro. Opp. Date Venue Crowd Position 1 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Win 30 2 20 Mar Lang Park 19,577 1/16 2 Gold Coast Seagulls Win 24 18 29 Mar Lang Park 23,192 2/16 3 Canberra Raiders Win 24 16 5 Apr Bruce Stadium 16,037 3/16 4 Penrith Panthers Loss 10 24 11 Apr Lang Park 18,550 4/16 5 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Win 28 12 19 Apr Brookvale Oval 19,084 4/16 6 Newcastle Knights Win 12 8 26 Apr Newcastle ISC 28,821 2/16 7* Illawarra Steelers Loss 8 10 10 May Lang Park 14,524 2/16 8* St George Dragons Win 20 18 24 May Adelaide Oval 18,892 2/16 9 South Sydney Rabbitohs Win 26 18 31 May Lang Park 15,502 2/16 10* Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Loss 24 28 7 Jun Belmore Sports Ground 10,626 2/16 11 North Sydney Bears Win 28 22 14 Jun Lang Park 19,515 2/16 12 Balmain Tigers Win 26 10 21 Jun Lang Park 24,902 1/16 13 Parramatta Eels Win 20 4 28 Jun Parramatta Stadium 8,034 1/16 14 Eastern Suburbs Roosters Win 46 22 5 Jul Lang Park 23,906 1/16 15 Western Suburbs Magpies Loss 16 25 12 Jul Campbelltown Sports Ground 10,171 1/16 16 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Win 20 16 19 Jul Endeavour Field 6,246 1/16 17 Gold Coast Seagulls Win 30 10 26 Jul Seagulls Stadium 13,401 1/16 18 Canberra Raiders Win 28 12 31 Jul Lang Park 24,192 1/16 19 Penrith Panthers Win 12 6 7 Aug Penrith Football Stadium 12,852 1/16 20 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Win 22 10 14 Aug Lang Park 25,867 1/16 21 Newcastle Knights Win 37 20 23 Aug Lang Park 28,828 1/16 22 Illawarra Steelers Win 15 8 28 Aug Wollongong 14,512 1/16 Semi Final Illawarra Steelers Win 22 12 13 Sep Sydney Football Stadium 38,859 GRAND FINAL St George Dragons Win 28 8 27 Sep Sydney Football Stadium 41,560 WCC Wigan Warriors Win 22 8 31 Oct Central Park 17,460 *Game following a State of Origin match Scorers Player Tries Goals FG Points Terry Matterson 2 74/108 0 156 Allan Langer 12 0 1 49 Steve Renouf 12 0 0 48 Julian O'Neill 6 11/14 1 47 Willie Carne 11 0 0 44 Kevin Walters 11 0 0 44 Michael Hancock 10 0 0 40 Alan Cann 6 0 0 24 Chris Johns 6 0 0 24 Kerrod Walters 4 0 0 16 Pat Savage 3 0 0 12 Mark Hohn 2 0 0 8 Glenn Lazarus 2 0 0 8 Brett Plowman 2 0 0 8 Gavin Allen 1 0 0 4 Tony Currie 1 0 0 4 Trevor Gillmeister 1 0 0 4 Paul Hauff 1 0 0 4 Willie Morganson 1 0 0 4 John Plath 1 0 0 4 Peter Ryan 1 0 0 4 Grand final Brisbane Broncos vs. St. George Dragons Player Position Player Julian O'Neill Fullback Mick Potter Michael Hancock Wing Ricky Walford Steve Renouf Centre Mark Coyne Chris Johns Centre Graeme Bradley Willie Carne Wing Ian Herron Kevin Walters Five-eighth Michael Beattie (C) Allan Langer (C) Halfback Noel Goldthorpe Glenn Lazarus Prop Tony Priddle Kerrod Walters Hooker Wayne Collins Gavin Allen Prop Neil Tierney Trevor Gillmeister Second Row David Barnhill Alan Cann Second Row Scott Gourley Terry Matterson Lock Jeff Hardey Mark Hohn Interchange Brad Mackay Andrew Gee Interchange Rex Terp John Plath Interchange Tony Smith Tony Currie Interchange Matthew Elliott Wayne Bennett Coach Brian Smith Brisbane 28 (Tries: Langer 2, Cann 2, Renouf; Goals: Matterson 4/5) defeated St George 8 (Tries: Walford, Gourley; Goals: Herron 0/2 ) Halftime: Brisbane 6-4 Referee: Greg McCallum Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium Crowd: 41, 560 Clive Churchill Medal: Allan Langer (Brisbane) References ^ Harms, John (2005). The Pearl: Steve Renouf's Story. Australia: University of Queensland Press. pp. 88. ISBN 0702235369, 9780702235368. http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=OFE2EZ7JyEkC&source=gbs_navlinks_s.  v · d · eBrisbane Broncos Est. 1988 in Brisbane, Queensland The Club History · Records · Honours · Players · Coaches · Representatives Home Grounds Suncorp Stadium · QEII (ANZ) Stadium Culture Red Hill · London Broncos Important Figures Paul Morgan · Barry Maranta · Wayne Bennett · John Ribot · Allan Langer · Cyril Connell, Jr. · Darren Lockyer League NSWRL · ARL · SL · NRL Premierships (6) 1992 · 1993 · 1997 · 1998 · 2000 · 2006 Seasons (22) 1980 · 1981 · 1982 · 1983 · 1984 · 1985 · 1986 · 1987 · 1988 · 1989 1990 · 1991 · 1992 · 1993 · 1994 · 1995 · 1996 · 1997 · 1998 · 1999 2000 · 2001 · 2002 · 2003 · 2004 · 2005 · 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019 Other Competitions Current: National Youth Competition Past: Amco Cup · New South Wales Cup Affiliations News Corporation · Central Comets · Norths Devils · Redcliffe Dolphins · Wynnum Manly Seagulls