Record for keeping teams scoreless in a season

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  1. mongoose

    mongoose First Grade

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    The Raiders have so far kept three teams to 0 this season:

    Round 1 vs Titans - 21-0
    Round 5 vs Eels - 19 - 0
    Round 13 vs Tigers - 28 - 0

    Would be interesting to know what the record is for number of times a team has kept their opposition scoreless in a season.

    Roosters in 2013 were a supremely good defensive team, Dragons in 2010, Manly in 1996... Probably some Storm teams.
     
  2. Maroon4life

    Maroon4life Juniors

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    3 juggernauts as well.
     
  3. BadnMean

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    All middle of the pack for points scored, hardly near the bottom. Eels top 6.

    So yeah not powerhouses but not one of them in the bottom 6 for points scored either.
     
  4. Timbo

    Timbo Moderator Staff Member

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    Don’t see other clubs shutting all three of them out.
     
  5. TheFrog

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    One for David Middleton. I can tell you that the Raiders have now equalled the St George side of 1963 who conceded nil three times in 18 rounds. On a further 6 occasions the Dragons did not concede a try. They conceded 115 points (15 tries) in 21 games including finals.
     
  6. Bowzy

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    Chooks have the record at 6 in 2013, they were unreal that year.
     
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  7. Valheru

    Valheru First Grade

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    We had 5 in 2013 regular season and one more on the finals.

    Worth noting that it isn't necessarily an indicator of the best defence as we had a better against in 2015 and I think we maybe kept one team scoreless.
     
  8. BadnMean

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    Not a Chooks fan but I remember them being absolutely smothering in that period. Tough defensive unit. Wow, 6 is massive. I'd love it if the Green Wall can get near it.
     
  9. nick87

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    @madunit and the RLP team can probably figure this out pretty quickly.
    Their database is the best RL database on the internet by some considerable distance
     
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  10. carcharias

    carcharias Immortal

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    I’m pretty sure my team has played in plenty of consecutive games with a zero in the score line.
     
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  11. Mr Angry

    Mr Angry Not a Referee

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    Whilst not winning, they can all score points, it is a great effort.
     
  12. no name

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    And yet the Broncs are 0-2 against them.
    Juggernauts indeed.
     
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  13. Tommy Smith

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    2013 Roosters:

    Rnd 3: Roosters 8 Broncos 0
    Rnd 4: Roosters 50 Eels 0
    Rnd 6: Roosters 38 Bulldogs 0
    Rnd 17: Roosters 36 Dragons 0
    Rnd 19: Roosters 40 Sharks 0
    Finals Wk1: Roosters 4 Manly 0

    That's the record dating all the way back to 1908. Some effort.

    The Raiders defence shows that they're a Premiership threat imo IF they have luck with injuries (a prerequisite to win the comp).
     
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  14. carcharias

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    Eels obviously didn’t win the comp that year
     
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    That Chooks 2013 side was a class above. How good was Sam Moa that year?
     
  16. madunit

    madunit Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Indeed.

    I made a thread on Twitter about it the other day

     
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  17. Bobby DIGital

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    Any team with John Bateman in it is a very good chance of breaking any NRL record in any season.
     
  18. mongoose

    mongoose First Grade

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    Some surprising ones in there

    Cowboys in 2016 held teams to nil 4 times!
    The Steelers in 93, good effort
    Sharks in 94 - they didn't even make the finals that year either
     
  19. KeepingTheFaith

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    Can't remember the last time the Warriors kept a team scoreless once.

    f**k three times.
     
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    I was on the Gold Coast in December 2012 and got into a discussion with a few guys about how the Roosters had made great signings and a new approach with Robinson was going to change things. They all laughed at me.
     

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