Scott Prince | Brisbane Broncos Career
Scott Prince was named the Brisbane Broncos Clubman of the Year
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Having won the 2000 NRL Premiership, the Broncos traveled to England to play against 2000’s Super League Champions, St Helens RLFC for the 2001 World Club Challenge, with Prince playing at halfback in Brisbane’s loss. The Broncos were defeated by St Helens RLFC 18-20 after leading 12-6 at half-time.

At the end of the 2002 season, Prince was named the Brisbane Broncos Clubman of the Year. Prince’s playing days at the Brisbane Broncos were marred by injury that severely limited his game time. Prince broke his leg on two separate occasions, leading to him being released by the club.

Not one to feel sorry for himself and be kept down, Scott left the Broncos to start his successful stint at Wests Tigers.

Prince rejoined the Brisbane Broncos for the 2013 season. He announced his retirement from the NRL on the 26th August 2013, effective at season’s end.

On the 5th September, Prince played his 300th and last NRL game; as well as his 50th game for the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium. His final game was a 16-11 win over the Canterbury Bulldogs, where he made a try-saving tackle in the 15th minute and had kicked 2 goals successfully (but missed one). At the end of his final game, his teammates rushed to hug him when the full-time siren sounded; sending him out as a winner.

Playing Statistics

Brisbane Broncos

2001

19

Appearances

4

Tries

2

Goals

0

Field Goals

20

Points

2002

2

Appearances

0

Tries

5

Goals

0

Field Goals

10

Points

2003

7

Appearances

0

Tries

0

Goals

0

Field Goals

0

Points

2013

22

Appearances

4

Tries

52

Goals

0

Field Goals

120

Points