The source of the data for the table below is the old Broncos web site and the stats being kept more recently.
The stats being kept over the past three to four years have been kept more accurately than in the past. Consequently, the people who have played for the Broncos longer will have scored many more times than is shown in the table. In fact, while we know the results of some games, the final scores have not been recorded.
What we do know is that the Broncos have scored at least 7041 points and we know the scorers of 5979 points. That means there are over 1000 points that we know about not allocated to players.
Here is the current…
All Time Top 10 – Points Scored
|Callum Woods||2010 – present||1253|
|Kevin Woods||2012 – present||981|
|Jimmy Thomson||2001 – present||855|
|4||Liam Fleming||2014 – present||
|5||Matthew Ross||2015 – present||
|David Mooney||2002 – present||440|
|Fraser Thomson||2010 – present||
|8||Steven Cliffe||2015 – present||
|9||Scott McKenzie||2010 – present||
|10||Andy Brown||2013 – present||
9th Feb 2020 Update
Matthew Ross breaks the 500 barrier,
Steven Cliffe leapfrogs both Andy Brown and Scott McKenzie into the number 8 spot.
Mathew Ross adds over 100 points and jumps from number 7 to number 5
Scott McKenzie, Andy Brown and Steven Cliffe all break the 300 points mark.
Andy Brown moves up to number 9
Steven Cliffe enters the chart and pushes the last “past” player (Kenny McKay) out of the top 10
27/05/2019 – Mid BAFA Season Update
Kevin Woods overtakes Jimmy Thomson
Adam Donaldson is pushed out of the top ten by Andy Brown
31/12/2018 – End of Year. Post Season and Winter League makes changes to totals, but the only change in position is Scott McKenzie moving up to take 9th spot on his own.
31/07/2018 – End of Regular season. Callum Woods overtakes both Jimmy Thomson and Kevin Woods for the number 1 spot. Matthew Ross moves up to No.7, keeping Scott McKenzie at No. 9, but now equal with Adam Donaldson.
03/06/2018 – Mid Season and after Big Bowl XII (But with some Big Bowl scores not accounted for, yet), Liam overtakes David Mooney. Matthew Ross jumps into the top ten at number ten, displacing Graham Taylor. Congratulations to Matthew Ross for breaking the 200 point mark, and to Kevin on making the 700 points mark. Callum Woods continues to close on his brother at number 2, now only 2 points behind. and on the number one spot!
03/04/2018 – Post Pre-Season Cup, Liam overtakes Fraser. Congratulations to both for breaking the 400 points marker. Congratulations to Callum Woods on breaking the 600 point mark. He is rapidly closing in on both is brother at number 2 and on the number one spot!
25/03/2018 – Post Flagging Iron Man and Chargers Friendly matches, Fraser leapfrogs back in front of Liam.
22/01/2018 – Post FNY III – Callum moves up to number 3. Liam overtakes Fraser for the number 5 spot. Scott McKenzie moves up to number 9.