Grand Final Records

Results
2008 Canberra 28 def. Brisbane 24 (Golden point)
2009 Melbourne 24 def. Wests Tigers 22
2010 Warriors 42 def. South Sydney 28
2011 Warriors 31 def. North Queensland 30 (Golden point)
2012 Wests Tigers 46 def. Canberra 6
2013 Penrith 42 def. Warriors 30
2014 Warriors 34 def. Brisbane 32
2015 Penrith 34 def. Manly 18
2016 Sydney Roosters 30 def. Penrith 28
2017 Manly 20 def. Parramatta 18

Most Tries in a Grand Final
3
Solomone Kata (Warriors) v Brisbane at ANZ Stadium, 2014 (Warriors won 34-32)
Joseph Manu (Sydney Roosters) v Penrith at ANZ Stadium, 2016 (Sydney Roosters won 30-28)
2 Paul Byrnes (Brisbane) v Warriors at ANZ Stadium, 2014 (Brisbane lost 32-34)
2
 James Roberts (Penrith) v Warriors at ANZ Stadium, 2013 (Penrith won 42-30)
2 Marika Koroibete (Wests Tigers) v Canberra at ANZ Stadium, 2012 (Wests Tigers won 46-6)
2 Matt Mulcahy (Wests Tigers) v Canberra at ANZ Stadium, 2012 (Wests Tigers won 46-6)
2 Kurtis Rowe (Wests Tigers) v Canberra at ANZ Stadium, 2012 (Wests Tigers won 46-6)
2 Dylan Collier (Warriors) v North Qld at ANZ Stadium, 2011 (Warriors won 31-30)
2 Chris Grevsmuhl (North Qld v Warriors at ANZ Stadium, 2011 (North Qld lost 30-31)
2 Konrad Hurrell (Warriors) v North Qld at ANZ Stadium, 2011 (Warriors won 31-30)
2 Zac Santo (North Qld v Warriors at ANZ Stadium, 2011 (North Qld lost 30-31)
2 Elijah Taylor (Warriors) v South Sydney at ANZ Stadium, 2010 (Warriors won 42-28)
2 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers) v Melbourne at ANZ Stadium, 2009 (Wests Tigers lost 22-24)
2 Gareth Widdop (Melbourne) v Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium, 2009 (Melbourne won 24-22)
2 Michael Picker (Canberra) v Brisbane at ANZ Stadium, 2008 (Canberra won 28-24)
2 Jharal Yow Yeh (Brisbane) v Canberra at ANZ Stadium, 2008 (Brisbane lost 24-28)

Most Goals in a Grand Final
7
Bryce Cartwright (Penrith) v Warriors at ANZ Stadium, 2013 (Penrith won 42-30)
7 Jacob Miller (Wests Tigers) v Canberra at ANZ Stadium, 2012 (Wests Tigers won 46-6)
7 Shaun Johnson (Warriors) v South Sydney at ANZ Stadium, 2010 (Warriors won 42-28)
Jesse Marschke (Sydney Roosters) v Penrith at ANZ Stadium, 2016 (Sydney Roosters won 30-28)
Dylan Edwards (Penrith) v Manly at ANZ Stadium, 2015 (Penrith won 34-18)
5 Mason Lino (Warriors) v Penrith at ANZ Stadium, 2013 (Warriors lost 30-42)

Most Points in a Grand Final
14
Bryce Cartwright (Penrith) – 7g v Warriors, 2013
14 Jacob Miller (Wests Tigers) – 7g v Canberra, 2012
14 Shaun Johnson (Warriors) – 7g v South Sydney, 2010
14 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers) – 2t, 3g v Melbourne, 2009
12 Solomone Kata (Warriors) 3t v Brisbane, 2014
12 Gareth Widdop (Melbourne) – 2t, 2g v Wests Tigers, 2009
12 Josh Dugan (Canberra) – 1t, 4g v Brisbane, 2008

Most Tries in Grand Finals
3
Solomone Kata (Warriors)
3
James Roberts (South Sydney, Penrith)
2 Paul Byrnes (Brisbane)
2 Dylan Collier (Warriors)
2 Chris Grevsmuhl (North Qld)
2 Konrad Hurrell (Warriors)
2 Marika Koroibete (Wests Tigers)
Joseph Manu (Sydney Roosters)
2 Matt Mulcahy (Wests Tigers)
2 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers)
2 Michael Picker (Canberra)
2 Kurtis Rowe (Wests Tigers)
2 Zac Santo (North Qld)
2 Elijah Taylor (Warriors)
2 Gareth Widdop (Melbourne)
2 Jharal Yow Yeh (Brisbane)

Most Field Goals in Grand Finals
1 Jordan Meads (Warriors)

Most Points in Grand Finals
20
Mason Lino (Warriors)
18 Dylan Edwards (Penrith)
14
 Bryce Cartwright (Penrith)
14 Shaun Johnson (Warriors)
14 Jacob Miller (wests Tigers)
14 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers)
12 Josh Dugan (Canberra)
12 James Roberts (South Sydney, Penrith)
12 Gareth Widdop (Melbourne)

Biggest Winning Margin
40 Wests Tigers def. Canberra 46-6 in 2012.

Most Consecutive Wins
2 Warriors (2010-2011)

Grand Final Teams
2008
October 5, ANZ Stadium
Canberra: Josh Dugan, Drury Low, Jarrod Croker, Daniel Vidot, Michael Brophy, Michael Picker, Matt Smith, Andrew Edwards, Travis Waddell, Nick Skinner, Jarrad Kennedy, Zach Merritt, Shaun Fensom. Interchange: Brock Dunn, Justin Carney, Todd Rheinberger, Levi Freeman. Coach: Tony Adam.
Brisbane: Josh Hoffman, Mitch Rivett, Will Tupou, Brendon Gibb, Jharal Yow Yeh, Jared Kahu, Ben Hunt, Josh McGuire, Andrew McCullough, Mitchell Dodds, Matt Handcock, Troyden Watene, Alex Glenn. Interchange: Michael Spence, Dunamis Lui, Guy Ford, Tom Butterfield. Coach: Anthony Griffin.
Canberra 28 (Michael Picker 2, Josh Dugan, Jarrad Kennedy, Drury Low tries; Josh Dugan 4 goals) def. Brisbane 24 (Jharal Yow Yeh 2, Brendon Gibb, Ben Hunt, Michael Spence tries; Ben Hunt 2 goals). Referee: Shayne Hayne. Halftime: Brisbane 16-12. Jack Gibson Medal: Josh Dugan (Canberra).

2009
October 4, ANZ Stadium
Melbourne: Gareth Widdop, Sam Joe, Justin O’Neill, Pita Maile, Matt Duffie, Dane Chisholm, Luke Kelly, Pulou Vaituutuu, James Woolford, Jesse Bromwich, Robert Rochow, Theodore Stuart, Billy Rogers. Interchange: Jai Jones-Weigold, Jordan McLean, Kevin Proctor, Fred Makimare. Coach: Brad Arthur.
Wests Tigers: Jake Mullaney, Joel Jackson, Joel Wiseby, Jake Clarke, Sama Sauvao, Robert Lui, Darren Nicholls, Andrew Fifita, Chris Corby, Aaron Woods, Simon Dwyer, Jason Schirnack, Matt Hyland. Interchange: Jay Florimo, Monikura Tikinau, David Fifita, Rhys Curran. Coach: Grant Jones.
Melbourne 24 (Gareth Widdop 2, Matt Duffie, Justin O’Neill, Billy Rogers tries; Gareth Widdop 2 goals) def. Wests Tigers 22 (Jake Mullaney 2, Rhys Curran, Robert Lui tries; Jake Mullaney 3 goals). Referee: Gavin Reynolds. Halftime: Melbourne 18-10. Jack Gibson Medal: Luke Kelly (Melbourne).

2010
October 3, 2010
Warriors: Glen Fisiiahi, Omar Slaimankhel, Sosaia Feki, Siuatonga Likiliki, Elijah Niko, Carlos Tuimavave, Shaun Johnson, Neccrom Areaiiti, Henry Chan-Ting, Mark Ioane, Matthew Robinson, Elijah Taylor, Sebastine Ikahihifo. Interchange: Nafetalai Seluini, Charlie Gubb, Sam Lousi, Daniel Palavi. Coach: John Ackland.
South Sydney: Malcolm Webster, James Roberts, Taioalo Vaivai, Kane Morgan, Josh Mansour, Matthew Mundine, Adam Reynolds, Josh Starling, Nathan Peats, Francis Laulu, Adrain Ha’angana, Joseph So’oalo, Blake Judd. Interchange: Jake Shearer, Jacob Nansen, Jack Tulemau, Brendan McKinnon. Coach: David Kidwell.
Warriors 42 (Elijah Taylor 2, Glen Fisiiahi, Siuatonga Likiliki, Sam Lousi, Elijah Niko, Nafetalai Seluini tries; Johnson 7 goals) def. South Sydney 28 (Blake Judd, Nathan Peats, James Roberts, Jack Tulemau, Taioalo Vaivai tries; Adam Reynolds 4 goals). Referee: Gavin Reynolds. Halftime: Warriors 12-10. Jack Gibson Medal: Carlos Tuimavave (Warriors).

2011
October 2, ANZ Stadium
Warriors: George Maka, Adam Henry, Sosaia Feki, Konrad Hurrell, Dylan Collier, Carlos Tuimavave, Jordan Meads, Ligi Sao, Eko Malu, Donald Tony, Sio Siua Taukeiaho, Ben Henry, Sebastine Ikahihifo. Interchange: Sam Lousi, Siliva Havili, Agnatius Paasi, John Palavi. Coach: John Ackland.
North Queensland: Wayne Ulugia, Kyle Feldt, John Koko, Mosese Pangai, Zac Santo, Michael Parker-Walshe, Michael Morgan, Callum Haywood, Alex Elisala, Felise Kaufusi, Chris McLean, Jason Taumalolo, Chris Grevsmuhl. Interchange: Nathan Norford, Tennyson Elliott, Daniel Beasley, Francis Veukiso. Coach: Kristian Woolf.
Warriors 31 (Dylan Collier 2, Konrad Hurrell 2, Ben Henry, Jordan Meads tries; Dylan Collier 3 goals; Meads field goal) def. North Queensland 30 (Chris Grevsmuhl 2, Za Santo 2, John Koko, Mosese Pangai tries; Kyle Feldt 3 goals). Referee: David Munro. Halftime: Warriors 20-16. Jack Gibson Medal: Jordan Meads (Warriors).

2012
September 30, ANZ Stadium
Wests Tigers: Kurtis Rowe, David Nofoaluma, Brodie Munroe, Asipeli Fine, Marika Koroibete, Matt Mulcahy, Jacob Miller, Sauaso Sue, Ben Saunders, Mosese Fotuaika, Joel Luani, Kyle Lovett, Inno Inosesio. Interchange: Soni Paasi, Nathan Brown, Brenden Santi, Sitaleki Akauola. Coach: Todd Payten.
Canberra: Jack Ahearn, Jonathon Rueben, Matthew Allwood, Edrick Lee, Jeremy Hawkins, Anthony Milford, Mitchell Cornish, Shannon Boyd, Ben Picker, Jeff Lynch, Michael Chee Kam, Joseph Bradley, Hayden Crockett. Interchange: Mitchell Cronin, Tim Sloman, Uiti Baker, Jeremy Cropper. Coach: Andrew Dunemann.
Wests Tigers 46 (Marika Koroibete 2, Matt Mulcahy 2, Kurtis Rowe 2, Mosese Fotuaika, David Nofoaluma tries; Jacob Miller 7 goals) def. Canberra 6 (Mitchell Cornish try; Anthony Milford goal). Referee: Grant Atkins. Halftime: Wests Tigers 18-6. Jack Gibson Medal: Matt Mulcahy (Wests Tigers).

2013
October 6, ANZ Stadium
Penrith: Kieren Moss, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Waqa Blake, James Roberts, George Jennings, Doug Hewitt, Daniel Foster, Andy Saunders, Kierran Moseley, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Bryce Cartwright, James Dunley, Michael Ross. Interchange: Brendan Attwood, Mitchell Clark, Tekina Vailea, Isaah Yeo. Coach: Garth Brennan.
Warriors: David Fusitua, Metia Lisati, Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard, Ngataua Hukatai, Viliami Lolohea, Tuimoala Lolohea, Mason Lino, Albert Vete, Siliva Havili, James Taylor, Raymond Faitala-Mariner, Michael Sio, David Bhana. Interchange: Eko Malu, Sam Lisone, Kouma Samson, Solomone Kata. Coach: John Ackland.
Penrith 42 (James Roberts 2, Brendan Attwood, Waqa Blake, Mitchell Clark, George Jennings, Kieren Moss tries; Bryce Cartwright 7 goals) def. Warriors 30 (Raymond Faitala-Mariner, Metia Lisati, Viliami Lolohea, Eko Malu, Albert Vete tries; Mason Lino 5 goals). Referees: Chris Butler, Dave Munro. Halftime: Penrith 22-6. Jack Gibson Medal: James Roberts (Penrith).

2014
October 5, ANZ Stadium
Warriors: Brad Abbey, Ngataua Hukatai, Nathaniel Roache, Solomone Kata, Paul Ulberg, Tuimoala Lolohea, Mason Lino, Sam Lisone, Kurt Robinson, Kouma Samson, Michael Ki, Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard, Jazz Tevaga. Interchange: James Bell, Toafofoa Sipley, Ken Maumalo, Bunty Afoa. Coach: Stacey Jones.
Brisbane: Kodi Nikorima, Paul Byrnes, Tom Opacic, Jordan Drew, Jack Tuttle, Duncan Paia’aua, Ashley Taylor, Aaron Rockley, Jayden Berrell, Joe Ofahengaue, Brett Greinke, Brendon McBryde, Jai Arrow. Interchange: Jayden Nikorima, George Fai, Ajuma Adams, Alex Barr. Coach: Craig Hodges.
Warriors 34 (Solomone Kata 3, Sam Lisone, Tuimoala Lolohea, Ken Maumalo tries; Mason Lino 5 goals) def. Brisbane 32 (Paul Byrnes 2, Alex Barr, Jayden Nikorima, Kodi Nikorima, Jack Tuttle tries; Ashley Taylor 3 goals, Jayden Nikorima 1 goal). Referees: Chris Butler, Chris Sutton. Halftime: Warriors 22-6. Jack Gibson Medal: Solomone Kata (Warriors).

2015
October 4, ANZ Stadium
Penrith: Brent Naden, Fuimanu Enese, Robert Jennings, Maliko Filino, Dylan Edwards, Tyrone May, Jarome Luai, Oliver Clark, Soni Luke, Moses Leota, James Fisher-Harris, Corey Harawira-Naera, Reed Izzard. Interchange: Kade Ellis, Thomson Tuigamala, Paea Pua, Jake Ennis. Coach: Cameron Ciraldo.
Manly: Tom Trbojevic, Jesse Bogle, Addison Demetriou, Jesse Ramien, Mitch Thomas, Will Pearsall, Riley Travers, Liam Knight, Hugh Pratt, Jesse Maxwell-Offen, Luke Garner, Billy Bainbridge, Darcy Cox. Interchange: Nicho Hynes, James Parker, Dallas Koen, Moses Noovao-McGreal. Coach: David Heath.
Penrith 34 (Fuimanu Enese, Maliko Filino, Robert Jennings, Jarome Luai, Soni Luke, Tyrone May tries; Dylan Edwards 5 goals) def. Manly 18 (Luke Garner, Liam Knight, Tom Trbojevic tries; Hugh Pratt 3 goals). Referees: Adam Gee, Peter Gough. Halftime: Penrith 16-12. Jack Gibson Medal: Soni Luke (Penrith).

2016
October 2, ANZ Stadium
Sydney Roosters: Kiah Cooper, Bernard Lewis, Joseph Manu, Jarred Anderson, Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck, Paul Momirovski, Jesse Marschke, Poasa Faamausili, Grant Garvey, Ben Thomas, Reuben Porter, Victor Radley, Nat Butcher. Interchange: Brendan Frei, Sitili Tupouniua, Jarrett Boland, Sukamanu Raki. Coach: Anthony Barnes.
Penrith: Dylan Edwards, Ratu Tuisese, Christian Crichton, Braidon Burns, Daniel Brown, Tyrone May, Soni Luke, Cowen Epere, Wayde Egan, Oliver Clark, Kaide Ellis, Corey Waddell, Reed Izzard. Interchange: Dean Blore, Liam Martin, Thomson Tuigamala, Jack Nelson. Coach: Cameron Ciraldo.
Sydney Roosters 30 (Joseph Manu 2, Nat Butcher, Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck, Sitili Tupouniua tries; Jesse Marschke 5 goals) def. Penrith 28 (Braidon Burns, Christian Crichton, Wayde Egan, Kaide Ellis, Corey Waddell tries; Dylan Edwards 4 tries). Referees: Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski, Drew Oultram. Halftime: Penrith 28-6. Jack Gibson Medal: Nat Butcher (Sydney Roosters).

2017
October 1, ANZ Stadium
Manly: Jade Anderson, Alfred Smalley, Tevita Funa, Semisi Kioa, Bilal Maarbani, Tom Wright, Cade Cust, Jaiden Tarrant, Manase Fainu, Elia Faatui, Blake Andrews, Joshua Martin, Haumole Olakau’atu. Interchange: Jesse Martin, Keith Titmuss, Joseph Ma’u, Michael Fenn. Coach: Wayne Lambkin.
Parramatta: Anthony Layoun, Greg Leleisiuao, Dane Aukafolau, Noel Aukafolau, John Fonua, Dean Matterson, Dylan Brown, Reed Mahoney, Denzal Tonise, Oregon Kaufusi, Dylan Cliford, Salesi Junior Fainga’a, Ray Stone. Interchange: Sean Keppie, Mitch Butfield, Frank Salu, Dom Murphy. Coach: Luke Burt.
Manly 20 (Blake Andrews, Tevita Funa, Bilal Maarbani, Keith Titmuss tries; Tevita Funa 3 goals) def. Parramatta 18 (Dylan Brown, Greg Leleisiuao, Denzal Tonise tries; Dylan Brown 3 goals). Referees: Phil Henderson, Adam Cassidy. Halftime: Parramatta 14-10. Jack Gibson Medal: Cade Cust (Manly).

Jack Gibson Medal winners
The Jack Gibson Medal is awarded to the man of the match of the Toyota Cup Grand Final. The award is named after legendary coach, Jack Gibson. Gibson guided Eastern Suburbs to premierships in 1974 and 1975, the Parramatta Eels to three successive premierships from 1981 to 1983 and was named coach of the Team of the Century. He died in 2008.

2008 Josh Dugan (Canberra)
2009 Luke Kelly (Melbourne)
2010 Carlos Tuimavave (Warriors)
2011 Jordan Meads (Warriors)
2012 Matt Mulcahy (Wests Tigers)
2013 James Roberts (Penrith)
2014 Solomone Kata (Warriors)
2015 Soni Luke (Penrith)
2016 Nat Butcher (Sydney Roosters)
2017 Cade Cust (Manly)

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