Records

Before 2010, the Junior Kangaroos were an under-19 side. With the advent of the National Youth Competition, the selection criteria for the team switched to an under-20 format. The records shown here are from the under-20’s years.

First Test: October 23, 2010 – Lost 16-24 v Junior Kangaroos, Westpac Stadium

Most Games
4 Carlos Tuimavave 2010-2012
3 Zach Dockar-Clay 2013-2015
3 Sebastine Ikahihifo 2010-2011
3 Sam Lousi 2010-2011
3 Jason Taumalolo 2010-2012

Most Tries in a Match
2
Mafoa’aeata Hingano v Junior Kangaroos, Pirtek Stadium – May 7, 2016. Junior Kiwis lost 20-34.
2
Kurtis Rowe v Junior Kangaroos, WIN Jubilee Oval – October 13, 2013. Junior Kiwis lost 26-38.
2 Dallin Watene-Zelezniak v Junior Kangaroos, WIN Jubilee Oval – October 13, 2013. Junior Kiwis lost 26-38.
2
Ngataua Hukatai v Junior Kangaroos, Dairy Farmers Stadium – October 13, 2012. Junior Kiwis lost 16-48.
2
Sebastine Ikahihifo v Junior Kangaroos, Ausgrid Stadium – October 16, 2011. Junior Kiwis won 28-16.

Most Tries
2
Mafoa’aeata Hingano in 1 game
2 Ngataua Hukatai in 1 game
2 Sebastine Ikahihifo in 1 game
2 Siuatonga Likiliki in 2 games
2 Drury Low in 2 games
2 Kurtis Rowe in 1 game
2 Carlos Tuimavave in 4 games
2 Dallin Watene-Zelezniak in 1 game

Most Points in a Match
12
Shaun Johnson (6G) v Junior Kangaroos, Rotorua International Stadium – October 30, 2010. Junior Kiwis won 36-20.

Most Points
20 Shaun Johnson in 2 games (1T, 8G)

Most Goals in a Match
6 Shaun Johnson v Junior Kangaroos, Rotorua International Stadium – October 30, 2010. Junior Kiwis won 36-20.
Patrick Herbert v Junior Kangaroos, GIO Stadium – May 5, 2017. Junior Kiwis lost 22-46.
Mason Lino v Junior Kangaroos, WIN Jubilee Oval – October 13, 2013. Junior Kiwis lost 26-38.
Siliva Havili v Junior Kangaroos, Ausgrid Stadium – October 16, 2011. Junior Kiwis won 28-16.

Biggest Winning Margins
16 
36-20 v Junior Kangaroos, Rotorua International Stadium – October 30, 2010.
12
28-16 v Junior Kangaroos, Ausgrid Stadium – October 16, 2011.

Biggest Losing Margins
32 16-48 v Junior Kangaroos, Dairy Farmers Stadium – October 13, 2012.
24 46-22 v Junior Kangaroos, GIO Stadium – May 5, 2017

Most Representatives from One Team
10 Warriors 2011 (Sosaia Feki, Siliva Havili, Adam Henry, Sebastine Ikahihifo, Sam Lousi, Agnatius Paasi, John Palavi, Omar Slaimankhel, Sio Siua Taukeiaho, Carlos Tuimavave)

Senior Representatives
Australia

Josh Papalii

Cook Islands
Drury Low, Esan Marsters, Sam Mataora, Marata Niukore, Chance Peni, Tupou Sopoaga

Fiji
1
Taane Milne

Ireland
Api Pewhairangi

New Zealand
17 Kenny Bromwich, James Fisher-Harris, David Fusitua, Tohu Harris, Siliva Havili, Peta Hiku, Shaun Johnson, Tuimoala Lolohea, Te Maire Martin, Kodi Nikorima, Joseph Tapine, Sio Siua Taukeiaho, Jason Taumalolo, Martin Taupau, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Dean Whare

Samoa
Erin Clark, Raymond Faitala-Mariner, Mason Lino, Sam Lisone, Penani Manumalealii, Sauaso Sue, Lama Tasi, Martin Taupau, Carlos Tuimavave

Tonga
17 Pakisonasi Afu, Sosaia Feki, Glen Fisiiahi, Addin Fonua-Blake, David Fusitua, Siliva Havili, Mafoa’aeata Hingano, Sione Katoa, Siuatonga Likiliki, Tuimoala Lolohea, Ben Murdoch-Masila, Agnatius Paasi, Nafe Seluini, Sio Siua Taukeiaho, Jason Taumalolo, Bill Tupou, Albert Vete

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