Records

fFirst Match: March 17, 2008 – Won 32-22 v Warriors, Etihad Stadium.
NYC Titles: 1 – 2009
Runners-up: Nil
Minor Premierships: Nil
Finals Appearances: 2 – 2009, 2011

Most Games for the Club
67 Kirisome Auva’a 2010-2012
60 Jarome Wilson 2010-2012
55 Rhys Kennedy 2012-2014
54 Matt McGahan 2011-2013
52 Dean Britt 2012-2014
51 Kenny Bromwich 2009-2011
50 Josh Jerome 2008-2011
49 Tohu Harris 2010-2012
47 Mahe Fonua 2010-2012
47 Jordan McLean 2009-2011
47 Young Tonumaipea 2011-2012

Most Tries in a Match
Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad v Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium – Rd 26, 2015. Melbourne won 48-12.
5 Dane Chisholm v South Sydney, Etihad Stadium – Finals Week 1, 2009. Melbourne won 54-18.
Nat McGavin v Cronulla, Sunshine Coast Stadium – Rd 26, 2016. Melbourne lost 30-36.
4 Cory Parker v Sydney, Sunshine Coast Stadium – Rd 20, 2016. Melbourne lost 32-44.
4 Denny Solomona v Cronulla, AAMI Park – Rd 13, 2013. Melbourne won 34-10.
4 Kirisome Auva’a v North Qld, AAMI Park – Rd 19, 2011. Melbourne won 23-16.
4 Matt Duffie v Warriors, Olympic Park – Rd 7, 2009. Melbourne won 46-22.
4 Trent Walker v Newcastle, Olympic Park – Rd 9, 2008. Melbourne won 34-10.
3 Scott Drinkwater v Cronulla, Southern Cross Group Stadium – Rd 14, 2017. Melbourne lost 20-28.
3 Scott Drinkwater v Wests Tigers, Leichhardt Oval – Rd 4, 2017. Melbourne won 62-24.
3 Charlie Galo v Wests Tigers, Sunshine Coast Stadium – Rd 16, 2016. Melbourne won 38-12.
3 Josh Kerr v Canterbury, Sunshine Coast Stadium – Rd 6, 2016. Melbourne won 60-10.
Tony Tumusa v Cronulla, Remondis Stadium – Rd 23, 2015. Melbourne drew 28-28.
Tony Tumusa v St George Illawarra, Gosch’s Paddock – Rd 20, 2015. Melbourne won 40-18.
Josh Cullen-Minhinnick v South Sydney, Gosch’s Paddock – Rd 10, 2015. Melbourne won 38-26.
3 Junior Kirisome v St George Illawarra, Jubilee Oval – Rd 1, 2015. Melbourne won 34-8.
Nelson Asofa-Solomona v Canberra, AAMI Park – Rd 19, 2014. Melbourne won 54-10.
Latrell Robinson v Canberra, AAMI Park – Rd 19, 2014. Melbourne won 54-10.
Nelson Asofa-Solomona v Gold Coast, Cbus Super Stadium – Rd 14, 2014. Melbourne won 34-10.
Josh Cullen-Minhinnick v Penrith, AAMI Park – Rd 2, 2014. Melbourne won 42-24.
3 Young Tonumaipea v Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium – Rd 24, 2012. Melbourne won 60-18.
3 Ben Hampton v South Sydney, AAMI Park – Rd 2, 2012. Melbourne won 36-10.
3 Denny Solomona v Canterbury, Suncorp Stadium – Finals Week 2, 2011. Melbourne lost 20-22.
3 Tohu Harris v Brisbane, AAMI Park – Rd 20, 2011. Melbourne won 30-16.
3 Ryan Pooley v Sydney, Olympic Park – Rd 14, 2011. Melbourne won 28-20.
3 Young Tonumaipea v South Sydney, ANZ Stadium – Rd 13, 2011. Melbourne won 40-16.
3 Slade Griffin v Warriors, AAMI Park – Rd 7, 2011. Melbourne won 40-10.
3 Ben Hampton v Manly, AAMI Park – Rd 1, 2011. Melbourne won 40-12.
3 Mahe Fonua v Canterbury, The Crest Stadium – Rd 18, 2010. Melbourne lost 20-42.
3 Blake Leary v Newcastle, Hunter Stadium – Rd 2, 2010. Melbourne won 62-10.
3 Justin O’Neill v Newcastle, Hunter Stadium – Rd 2, 2010. Melbourne won 62-10.
3 Matt Duffie v Brisbane, Etihad Stadium – Finals Week 3, 2009, Melbourne won 40-16.
3 Matt Duffie v Warriors, Mt Smart Stadium – Rd 26, 2009. Melbourne won 46-44.
3 Matt Duffie v South Sydney, North Sydney Oval – Rd 14, 2009. Melbourne won 46-20.
3 Matt Duffie v Canterbury, Bluetongue Stadium – Rd 11, 2009. Melbourne won 54-30.
3 Sam Joe v Canterbury, Bluetongue Stadium – Rd 11, 2009. Melbourne won 54-30.
3 Sam Joe v Manly, Brookvale Oval – Rd 2, 2008. Melbourne won 28-20.

Most Tries in a Season
25 Matt Duffie in 22 games, 2009
20 Tony Tumusa in 19 games, 2015
20 Dane Chang in 24 games, 2013
19 Kirisome Auva’a in 24 games, 2012
18 Mahe Fonua in 24 games, 2011
18 Gareth Widdop in 18 games, 2009

Most Tries for the Club
33 Kirisome Auva’a in 67 games
33 Mahe Fonua in 47 games
30 Denny Solomona in 39 games
27 Josh Jerome in 50 games
26 Ben Hampton in 42 games
26 Tony Tumusa in 34 games

Most Points in a Season
294 Gareth Widdop in 25 games, 2009 (18T, 111G)
224 Jesse Arthars in 23 games, 2016 (9T, 94G)
208 Matt McGahan in 24 games, 2011 (7T, 90G)
184 Jesse Arthars in 21 games, 2017 (13T, 66G)
180 Josh Jerome in 20 games, 2010 (9T, 72G)

Most Points in a Match
26
Jesse Arthars (2T, 9G) v Wests Tigers, Leichhardt Oval – Rd 4, 2017. Melbourne won 62-24.
22 Jesse Arthars (2T, 7G) v Newcastle, McDonald Jones Stadium – Rd 24, 2017. Melbourne won 54-18.
20 Matt McGahan (2T, 6G) v Newcastle, AAMI Park – Rd 14, 2013. Melbourne won 36-8.
20 Dane Chisholm (5T) v South Sydney, Etihad Stadium – Finals Week 1, 2009. Melbourne won 54-18.
20 Gareth Widdop (2T, 6G) v Cronulla, Olympic Park – Rd 20, 2009. Melbourne won 44-12.
20 Gareth Widdop (1T, 8G) v Newcastle, Olympic Park – Rd 17, 2009. Melbourne won 48-26.
20 Gareth Widdop (2T, 6G) v Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium – Rd 2, 2009. Melbourne won 48-14.

Most Goals in a Match
9
Jesse Arthars v Wests Tigers, Leichhardt Oval – Rd 4, 2017. Melbourne won 62-24.
8 Jack Joass v Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium – Rd 24, 2012. Melbourne won 60-18.
8 Gareth Widdop v Newcastle, Olympic Park – Rd 17, 2009. Melbourne won 48-26.
Jesse Arthars v Newcastle, McDonald Jones Stadium – Rd 24, 2017. Melbourne won 54-18.
7 Jesse Arthars v Canterbury, Sunshine Coast Stadium – Rd 6, 2016. Melbourne won 60-10.
7 Jesse Arthars v Gold Coast, Suzuki Stadium – Rd 2, 2016. Melbourne lost 42-44.
Brayden Torpy v Canberra, AAMI Park – Rd 19, 2014. Melbourne won 54-10.
7 Matt McGahan v Newcastle, AAMI Park – Rd 8, 2011. Melbourne won 46-12.
7 Josh Jerome v South Sydney, AAMI Park – Rd 23, 2010. Melbourne lost 42-46.
7 Josh Jerome v Penrith, AAMI Park – Rd 20, 2010. Melbourne won 46-16.
7 Gareth Widdop v South Sydney, Etihad Stadium – Finals Week 1, 2009. Melbourne won 54-18.
7 Gareth Widdop v South Sydney, North Sydney Oval – Rd 14, 2009. Melbourne won 46-20.
7 Josh Jerome v Canterbury, Bluetongue Stadium – Rd 11, 2009. Melbourne won 54-30.
7 Gareth Widdop v Penrith, Olympic Park – Rd 5, 2009. Melbourne won 46-22.

Most Points for the Club
421
Matt McGahan in 54 games (19T, 172G, 1FG)
408 Jesse Arthars in 44 games (22T, 160G)
322 Gareth Widdop in 44 games (25T, 111G)
278 Josh Jerome in 50 games (27T, 85G)
134 Mahe Fonua in 47 games (33T, 1G)

Biggest Winning Margins
52 62-10 v Newcastle, Hunter Stadium – Rd 2, 2010.
50 60-10 Canterbury, Sunshine Coast Stadium – Rd 6, 2016.
44 54-10 v Canberra, AAMI Park – Rd 19, 2014.
42 60-18 v Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium – Rd 24, 2012.
40 40-0 v Manly, Brookvale Oval – Rd 25, 2011.

Biggest Losing Margins
68
6-74 v Brisbane, AAMI Park – Rd 15, 2015.
50 0-50 v Newcastle, AAMI Park – Rd 3, 2014.
48 6-54 v Sydney, AAMI Park – Rd 7, 2015.
44 6-50 v North Queensland, 1300SMILES Stadium – Rd 22, 2017.
44 24-68 v Brisbane, Sunshine Coast Stadium – Rd 25, 2016.
44 6-50 v North Queensland, Jack Manski Oval – Rd 4, 2015.

Longest Winning Streaks
11 (Round 22, 2009 – Round 3, 2010)
7 (Round 4, 2011 – Round 10, 2011)
(Round 14, 2014 – Round 20, 2014)
6 (Round 4, 2009 – Round 9, 2009)

Longest Losing Streaks
6
 (Round 16, 2013 – Round 22, 2013)
6 (Round 6, 2010 – Round 12, 2010)
5 (Round 9, 2017 – Round 14, 2017)

Junior Kangaroos
5 Mahe Fonua (2012), Ben Hampton (2012), Cameron Munster (2014), Justin O’Neill (2010), Curtis Scott (2016)

Junior Kiwis
Nelson Asofa-Solomona (2014, 2015), Kenny Bromwich (2011), Tohu Harris (2011, 2012), Tony Tumusa (2015)

NSW U20 Origin
6 Dean Britt (2013, 2014), Rhys Kennedy (2014), Matthew Lodge (2013, 2014), Curtis Scott (2016, 2017), Joe Stimson (2015), Young Tonumaipea (2012)

Qld U20 Origin
10 Brodie Croft (2016, 2017), Charlie Galo (2016), Harry Grant (2017), Ben Hampton (2012), Josh Kerr (2016), Kurt Mann (2013), Cameron Munster (2014), Lachlan Timm (2016), Jake Turpin (2016), Christian Welch (2014)

NSW U18 Origin
5
 Dean Britt (2012), Slade Griffin (2009), Richard Kennar (2012), Sam Martin (2009), Brayden Wiliame (2010)

Qld U18 Origin
Kirisome Auva’a (2010), Charlie Galo (2014), Ben Hampton (2010), Josh Jerome (2009), Maipele Morseau (2010), Justin O’Neill (2009), Kea Pere (2017), Jake Turpin (2014)

RLPA Player of the Year
Harry Grant (2017)

Jack Gibson Medal
1 Luke Kelly (2009)

NYC Team of the Year
Nelson Asofa-Solomona (2014), Kenny Bromwich (2011), Jesse Bromwich (2009), Mahe Fonua (2011), Matthew Lodge (2013), Gareth Widdop (2009)

Darren Bell Medal
2008 Louis Fanene
2009 Gareth Widdop
2010 Tohu Harris
2011 Slade Griffin
2012 Young Tonumaipea
2013 Pride Petterson-Robati
2014 Nelson Asofa-Solomona
2015 Latrell Robinson
2016 Louis Geraghty
2017 Harry Grant

Graduates
38 Nelson Asofa-Solomona (2014-2015), Kirisome Auva’a (2010-2012), Dean Britt (2012-2014), Jesse Bromwich (2009), Kenny Bromwich (2009-2011), Dane Chisholm (2009-2010), Brodie Croft (2016), Matt Duffie (2009), Mahe Fonua (2010-2012), Liam Foran (2008), Slade Griffin (2009-2011), Aidan Guerra (2008), Ben Hampton (2010-2012), Tohu Harris (2010-2012), William Isa (2009), Sam Joe (2008-2009), Luke Kelly (2008-2009), Richard Kennar (2012-2014), Blake Leary (2009-2010), Matthew Lodge (2013-2014), Kurt Mann (2013), Jordan McLean (2009-2011), Ben Nakubuwai (2015-2016), Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (2014-2015), Justin O’Neill (2009-2010), Kevin Proctor (2008-2009), Robert Rochow (2009-2010), Billy Rogers (2009), Curtis Scott (2016), Joe Stimson (2014-2015), Aiden Tolman (2008), Joseph Tomane (2008-2009), Francis Tualau (2013-2014), Young Tonumaipea (2011-2012), Suliasi Vunivalu (2014-2015), Christian Welch (2013-2014), Gareth Widdop (2008-2009), Brayden Wiliame (2010-2012)

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