Wing Frazier Climo ended the Taranaki season as their top points scorer.
Climo notched up 115 points through six tries, 17 conversions and 17 penalties from his 10 appearances.
Next best was All Black Beauden Barrett who managed 60 points through 10 conversions, 10 penalties and two tries from just four appearances.
Veteran first five-eighth Jack Cameron also got past the half century mark, finishing with 51 points with 12 conversions, four penalties and three tries.
Top try scorer was utility back Kurt Baker, who crossed the line nine times from 13 appearances in which he divided his time between fullback and centre.
Second on the try scoring list was Climo, while three players - Waisake Naholo, Jason Eaton and James Marshall - scored five tries a piece.
Promising halfback Jamison Gibson-Park was next on the list with four tries.
Taranaki's two early Ranfurly Shield defences against King Country and Wanganui helped the side to a favourable points for and against record.
In the 13 first class matches Taranaki played, they managed to score 468 points while they conceded 340. Their national provincial championship campaign ended with considerably more tries than in 2011 when they crossed just 20 times, although they still managed to finish third.
In 2012 they ended fourth, after being knocked out of the competition following their 51-27 extra-time semifinal loss to Canterbury at the weekend, but managed to more than double the number of tries they scored with 42, albeit with another game played.
In comparing the two seasons, Jayden Hayward topped the try scoring in 2011 with six, while the next best came from three players with two tries.
- © Fairfax NZ News
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