Individual Records

Most Games
88 Wayne Ulugia (North Queensland)
82 Jayden Berrell (Brisbane)
78 Zach Dockar-Clay (Parramatta)
77 Will Pearsall (Manly)
75 Mosese Pangai (Wests Tigers, North Queensland)
73 Jai Arrow (Brisbane)
73 Lachlan Burr (Canterbury)
71 Thomas Hancock (St George Illawarra)
70 Dale Finucane (Canterbury)
69 Ajuma Adams (Brisbane)
69 Alex Elisala (North Queensland)
69 Chris Faust (North Queensland)

Most Career Points
570 Kyle Feldt (North Queensland Cowboys)
509 Mason Lino (Warriors)
470 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers)
454 Chris Medcalf (Canberra)
447 Jackson Hastings (St George Illawarra, Sydney Roosters)
446 Manaia Rudolph (Wests Tigers)
431 Beau Henry (St George Illawarra)
424 Jordan Rankin (Gold Coast)
421 Matt McGahan (Melbourne)
402 Adam Reynolds (South Sydney)

Most Career Tries
54
 Matthew Dufty (St George Illawarra)
54 Drury Low (Canberra)
53 Gideon Gela-Mosby (North Queensland)
50 Wayne Ulugia (North Queensland)
49 Zac Santo (North Queensland)
47 Omar Slaimankhel (Warriors)
46 Jack Goodsell (Sydney Roosters)
44 Brendan Elliot (Sydney Roosters)
44 Michael Parker-Walshe (North Queensland)
44 Jonathon Reuben (Canberra)

Most Career Goals
221 Mason Lino (Warriors)
211 Kyle Feldt (North Queensland)
195 Jackson Hastings (St George Illawarra, Sydney Roosters)
185 Chris Medcalf (Canberra)
181 Manaia Rudolph (Wests Tigers)
172 Matt McGahan (Melbourne)
161 Jordan Rankin (Gold Coast)
159 Adam Reynolds (South Sydney)
155 Aidan Sezer (Canterbury)
151 Beau Henry (St George Illawarra)
151 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers)

Most Career Field Goals
6 Daly Cherry-Evans (Manly)
6 Shaun Johnson (Warriors)
Guy Hamilton (Canterbury)
4 Isaac John (Warriors)
4 Matthew Mundine (St George Illawarra, South Sydney)
4 Chad Townsend (Cronulla)

Most Points in a Season
322 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers) in 28 games, 2009 (29 tries, 103 goals)
312 Dylan Collier (Warriors) in 25 games, 2011 (19 tries, 118 goals)
307 Patrick Templeman (Canterbury) in 25 games, 2013 (17 tries, 118 goals, 3 field goals)
294 Gareth Widdop (Melbourne) in 25 games, 2009 (18 tries, 111 goals)
289 Aidan Sezer (Canterbury) in 27 games, 2010 (12 tries, 120 goals, 1 field goal)
272 Kyle Feldt (North Queensland) in 25 games, 2011 (16 tries, 104 goals)
264 Adam Reynolds (South Sydney) in 27 games, 2010 (12 tries, 108 goals)
258 Chris Medcalf (Canberra) in 26 games, 2010 (11 tries, 107 goals)
254 Ben Barba (Canterbury) in 20 games, 2008 (28 tries, 70 goals, 2 field goals)
250 Beau Henry (St George Illawarra) in 25 games, 2009 (17 tries, 125 goals)

Most Tries in a Season
39
Gideon Gela-Mosby (North Queensland) in 25 games, 2015
29 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers) in 28 games, 2009
28 Jack Goodsell (Sydney Roosters) in 25 games, 2014
28 Halauafu Lavaka (Parramatta) in 26 games, 2014
28 Jonathon Reuben (Canberra) in 19 games, 2013
28 Ben Barba (Canterbury) in 20 games, 2008
27 Marcus Jensen (North Queensland) in 25 games, 2016
27 Omar Slaimankhel (Warriors) in 25 games, 2011
27 Jharal Yow Yeh (Brisbane) in 26 games, 2008
26 Kurtis Rowe (Wests Tigers) in 26 games, 2013
26 Kane Morgan (South Sydney) in 23 games, 2009

Most Goals in a Season
120 Aidan Sezer (Canterbury) in 27 games, 2010
118 Patrick Templeman (Canterbury) in 25 games, 2013
118 Dylan Collier (Warriors) in 25 games, 2011
111 Gareth Widdop (Melbourne) in 25 games, 2009
108 Adam Reynolds (South Sydney) in 27 gams, 2010
107 Chris Medcalf (Canberra) in 26 games, 2010
104 Kyle Feldt (North Queensland) in 25 games,2011
103 Bryce Donovan (Newcastle) in 22 games, 2014
103 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers) in 28 games, 2009
102 Brad Murray (Sydney Roosters) in 26 games, 2010

Most Points in a Match
38 Zac Mackay (Penrith) – 4T, 11G v Gold Coast, Centrebet Stadium – Rd 25, 2012. Penrith won 78-0.
30 Nathan Cleary (Penrith) – 2T, 11G v Canberra, Carrington Park – Rd 9, 2016. Penrith won 74-10.
30 Nathan Davis (Parramatta) – 3T, 9G v Wests Tigers, ANZ Stadium – Rd 7, 2014. Parramatta won 58-20.
30 Patrick Templeman (Canterbury) – 3T, 9G v Canberra, Canberra Stadium – Rd 23, 2013. Canterbury won 62-12.
30 Kurt French (South Sydney) – 3T, 9G v Brisbane, Redfern Oval – Rd 4, 2012. South Sydney won 54-30.
28 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers) – 4T, 6G v Cronulla, Toyota Park – Rd 23, 2009. Wests Tigers won 44-6.
28 Ben Hunt (Brisbane) – 3T, 8G v Gold Coast, Suncorp Stadium – Rd 10, 2009. Brisbane won 48-10.
26 Nathan Cleary (Penrith) – 1T, 11G v Warriors, Pepper Stadium – Rd 10, 2016. Penrith won 74-10.
26 Lachlan Croker (Canberra) – 3T, 7G v Gold Coast, GIO Stadium – Rd 9, 2015. Canberra won 46-18.
26 Deacon Fletcher (Gold Coast) – 2T, 9G v Manly, Cbus Super Stadium – Rd 23, 2014. Gold Coast won 62-22.
26 Valentine Holmes (Cronulla) – 3T, 7G v Gold Coast, Remondis Stadium – Rd 1, 2014. Cronulla won 50-22.
26 Patrick Templeman (Canterbury) – 3T, 7G v Canberra, Canberra Stadium – Rd 25, 2012. Canterbury won 46-12.
26 Manaia Rudolph (Wests Tigers) – 3T, 7G v Warriors, Leichhardt Oval – Rd 11, 2012. Wests Tigers won 54-12.
26 Mitchell Cornish (Canberra) – 3T, 7G v Cronulla, Canberra Stadium – Rd 8, 2012. Canberra won 54-12.
26 Jake Mullaney (Wests Tigers) – 3T, 7G v Canberra, Sydney Football Stadium – Finals Week 2, 2009. Wests Tigers won 42-34.
26 Eddie Paea (South Sydney) – 3T, 7G v Manly, ANZ Stadium – Rd 23, 2008. South Sydney won 46-30.

Most Tries in a Match
5
Braidon Burns (Penrith) v Warriors, Pepper Stadium – Rd 10, 2016. Penrith won 74-10.
Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (Melbourne) v Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium – Rd 26, 2015. Melbourne won 48-12.
Fuaimamao Uta (Newcastle) v Gold Coast, Hunter Stadium – Rd 19, 2015. Newcastle won 38-10.
5
John Sila (Canterbury) v Warriors, Westpac Stadium – Rd 9, 2013. Canterbury lost 26-50.
5 Gerard McCallum (Canterbury) v Gold Coast, Skilled Park – Rd 5, 2012. Canterbury won 60-20.
5 Dane Chisholm (Melbourne) v South Sydney, Etihad Stadium – Finals Week 1, 2009. Melbourne won 54-18.
5 Joe Vickery (St George Illawarra) v Newcastle, WIN Jubilee Oval – Rd 6, 2009. St George Illawarra won 44-6.

Most Goals in a Match
11
Nathan Cleary (Penrith) v Warriors, Pepper Stadium – Rd 10, 2016. Penrith won 74-10.
11
Nathan Cleary (Penrith) v Canberra, Carrington Park – Rd 9, 2016. Penrith won 74-10.
11
Ashley Taylor (Brisbane) v Melbourne, AAMI Park – Rd 15, 2015. Brisbane won 74-6.
11 Zac Mackay (Penrith) v Gold Coast, Centrebet Stadium – Rd 25, 2012. Penrith won 78-0.
11 Jake Walsh (Cronulla) v Manly, Toyota Park – Rd 3, 2012. Cronulla won 78-10.
10 Nathan Cleary (Penrith) v Canberra, Pepper Stadium – Rd 20, 2015. Penrith won 64-8
10 Jackson Hastings (Sydney Roosters) v Cronulla, Allianz Stadium – Rd 5, 2015. Sydney won 68-6.
10 Bryce Donovan (Newcastle) v North Qld, Hunter Stadium – Rd 15, 2014. Newcastle won 64-16.
10 Nathan Davis (Parramatta) v North Queensland, 1300SMILES Stadium – Rd 8, 2014. Parramatta won 64-4.
10 Jacob Miller v Melbourne, Leichhardt Oval – Rd 15, 2011. Wests Tigers won 60-20.
10 Adam Reynolds (South Sydney) v Canberra, ANZ Stadium – Finals Week 1, 2010. South Sydney won 64-18.
10 Mitchell Porter (Manly) v Cronulla, Brookvale Oval – Rd 25, 2009. Manly won 64-10.
10 Mitchell Porter (Manly) v Canterbury, Brookvale Oval – Rd 17, 2009. Manly won 64-16.
10 Brad Murray (Sydney Roosters) v Melbourne, AAMI Park – Rd 14, 2010. Sydney won 60-12.

Youngest Debutants
William Hopoate (Manly 2008) – 16 years, 106 days
Jordan Rankin (Gold Coast 2008) – 16 years 167 days
Mosese Pangai (Wests Tigers 2008) – 16 years 167 days
Harry Siejka (Penrith 2008) – 16 years, 174 days
Alex McKinnon (St George Illawarra 2008) – 16 years, 207 days
Lachlan Burr (Canterbury 2009) – 16 years, 218 days
Wayne Ulugia (North Queensland 2009) – 16 years, 250 days
Jacob Miller (Wests Tigers 2009) – 16 years, 288 days
Boyd Cordner (Sydney Roosters 2009) – 16 years, 298 days
Asipeli Fine (Sydney Roosters 2009) – 16 years, 302 days
Cameron King (St George Illawarra 2008) – 16 years, 308 days
Jason Taumalolo (North Queensland 2010) – 16 years, 313 days
Matt McIlwrick (Canberra 2008) – 16 years, 350 days
Josh Ailaomai (Newcastle 2008 ) – 16 years, 356 days
Tyler Randell (Newcastle 2009) -16 years, 356 days

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