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DAVID TAYLOR (GC TITANS) - Photo:- Titans Media. 7th June 2014, Action from the Round 13 National Rugby League (NRL) clash between the Gold Coast Titans v Penrith Panthers played at CBUS Stadium on Queenslands, Gold Coast - © SMP Images. This Image may not be copied or duplicated in any way without written permission from SMP Images / Gold Coast Titans. No third party sales either commercial nor private allowed. PHOTO SMP IMAGES/GC TITANS MEDIA

Queensland State of Origin second-rower David Taylor led the Paul Broughton Medal count just past the halfway mark of the 2014 NRL season.

Taylor was a stand-out performer during the iSelect Titans’ tough mid-season run and had leapt to a five-point lead on the medal count on 13 points.

The Broughton Medal has been awarded to the Titans’ player of the season since the club’s inception in 2007 and is named after founding chairman Paul Broughton. It is chosen on a 3-2-1 basis by the coaching staff each match.

Taylor has unquestionably been in the most consistent form of his career this season as he has concentrated on good yardage, quick play the balls and bending the defensive line. Because of injuries to others he has spent a large part of his time in the centres too.

This is the only points tally we will provide during the season, with the medal being awarded at the Titans annual ball and presentation night in November.

The tally after round 16, when there were 10 matches remaining:

13           David Taylor

8              Nate Myles, David Mead, Paul Carter

7              Ashley Harrison

6              Albert Kelly, Brad Takairangi

3              Greg Bird, William Zillman, Matt White, Luke Bailey, Brad Tighe, Ben Ridge, Mark Minichiello

2              Luke Douglas, James Roberts, Aidan Sezer, Anthony Don, Beau Falloon


2007       Anthony Laffranchi and Luke Bailey

2008       Preston Campbell

2009       Nathan Friend

2010       Luke Bailey

2011       Luke Bailey

2012       Nate Myles

2013       Greg Bird


Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.