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Quick Toyota Cup Stats

  • Launched 2008, the Toyota Cup is the first national youth competition of any of the major Australian sporting competitions.
  • Within the next two seasons more than 200 Toyota Cup graduates will have played in the NRL.
  • 98% of players in the Toyota Cup are undertaking further education and workplace training.
  • The Toyota Cup has become a multi-million TV property in its own right and Fox Sports will continue to nationally televise selected matches live, including Finals and the Toyota Cup Grand Final.
  • Two games are broadcast live each week on Fox Sports and attracted more than 2.8 million viewers each season.
  • The average age of players is increasing with 50% of players taking the field each week now 20 years of age.
  • Toyota Cup players are strengthening the depth of all-age competitions across the game with 97% continuing to play in either the Toyota Cup the following season or graduate to the NRL, NSW Cup, QLD Cup and other all-age competitions.

Toyota Cup Rules:

  • No Work, No Study = No Play
  • Minimum 24 hours or 3 days per week of either work and/or study
  • Mandated Non Training Hours – 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday
  • Player must have turned 17 years of age in order to play
  • $250,000 Salary Cap for NYC Top 20, and $50,000 Salary Cap for NYC Second Tier
  • Education Incentives. (NRL/RLPA pays up to 50% of fees).
  • LAFH Allowance exempt from Salary Cap
  • Education payments & living allowance exempt from Salary Cap
Premiership Records
Year Premiers Runners-up Minor Premiers Wooden Spooners
2008 Raiders 28 Broncos 24 Raiders Cowboys
2009 Storm 24 Wests Tigers 22 Sea Eagles Sharks
2010 Warriors 42 Rabbitohs 28 Rabbitohs Eels
2011 Warriors 31 Cowboys 30 Warriors Sea Eagles
Historical Ladder
Year 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
2008

Raiders

Broncos

Warriors

Panthers

Eels

Dragons

Bulldogs

Titans

2009

Sea Eagles

Dragons

Storm

Wests Tigers

Broncos

Rabbitohs

Warriors

Raiders

2010

Rabbitohs

Warriors

Bulldogs

Cowboys

Roosters

Raiders

Sea Eagles

Titans

2011

Warriors

Cowboys

Sharks

Storm

Roosters

Bulldogs

Wests Tigers

Knights

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