John Myles

Inducted into the Broncos Hall of Fame, October 2017 – See the Hall of Fame Entry for more details

John Myles receives his Broncos Hall of Fame award

Past player and coach – Senior Flag

2002 – 2016

John first played for the Broncos as a guest player at a Claymores Bowl Competition in 2002 and officially joined the team in 2003. John played with the team for a couple of years until injury ruled him out.
There was then a period where he played sporadically until he returned to play regularly with the club in 2011. From 2011 to 2015 John was a regular participant. In 2016 John had to take a step back from playing for health reasons. At the end of 2016, John decided to hang up not just his boots, but his coaching hat too.
John’s record at the club is quite impressive.
As a player, he played 72 games, won 41, lost 30 and tied one. (There were almost definitly more games, but these are the ones that we can account for and know the result)
Throughout his period as Head Coach the team – played 57, won 45 and lost 12
In his final year as a coach only, the team lost only 3 of their 24 games.
John is currently at number 8 in the all time games played rankings, 12th in the all time playing wins list. If you add his coaching only games he would be 7th in wins.
In all time points scored rankings, John is at number 27, which is quite impressive given he played predominantly Quarterback and defence. (That is 27th out of the 75 players can currently be accounted for playing with the Broncos senior team)
John has also played for Scotland winning in International matches against England, as well as winning a Home Nations title in 2011.
In 2012, John was one of a number of players who briefly held the World Record for the Longest ever game of Flag Football. 26 hours.

John Myles
Games Scores
Played Won Lost Tied TDs XPs 2XPs Pick 6 Safety Points
71 41 29  1 8 3 3  1 65

The points above don’t match the scores because John scored one of those rare animals, an extra point attempt intercepted and returned for 2 points.

World Record Holder in 2012 for the Longest Flag Game – 26 hours