Records

Records are from 1987 to 2007.

First Match: June 2, 1987 – Won 31-18 v Queensland U19, Lang Park

Most Games
36 players played 2 games for NSW under-19

Most Tries in a Match
Keiron Herring v Queensland U19, Suncorp Stadium – May 28, 1998. NSW U19 won 44-10.

Most Tries
Keiron Herring in 2 games

Most Points in a Match
14 Mark Frankel (7G) v Queensland U19, Sydney Football Stadium – June 24, 1991. NSW U19 won 34-24.
13 Cameron Phelps (1T, 4G, 1FG) v Queensland U19, Telstra Stadium – May 26, 2004. NSW U19 won 33-6.

Most Points
14
Mark Frankel in 1 game (7G)
13 
Cameron Phelps in 2 games (1T, 4G, 1FG)
12 Todd Carney in 2 games (2T, 2G)
12 Keiron Herring in 2 games (3T)

Most Goals in a Match
Mark Frankel v Queensland U19, Sydney Football Stadium – June 24, 1991. NSW U19 won 34-24.
Tim Breeze v Queensland U19, Suncorp Stadium – June 12, 1995. NSW U19 won 32-24.
Roger Best v Queensland U19, Sydney Football Stadium – May 17, 1993. NSW U19 won 50-6.

Biggest Winning Margins
44
50-6 v Queensland U19, Sydney Football Stadium – May 17, 1993.
34
44-10 v Queensland U19, Suncorp Stadium – May 28, 1997.
27
33-6 v Queensland U19, Telstra Stadium – May 26, 2004.

Biggest Losing Margins
30
12-42 v Queensland U19, Suncorp Stadium – May 25, 2005.
16 4-20 v Queensland U19, Suncorp Stadium – June 11, 2003.
14 14-28 v Queensland U19, Suncorp Stadium – May 6, 2001.
14 8-22 v Queensland U19, Sydney Football Stadium – June 19, 1998.

Longest Winning Streaks
(1991 – 1997)
(1999 – 2000)

Longest Losing Streaks
(2005 – 2006)

Most Representatives from One Team
6
Newcastle 2006 (Jacob Ling, Jarrod Mullen, Cory Paterson, Jon Tupou, Akuila Uate, Luke Walsh)
6 Manly 1992 (Craig Eveleigh, Scott Fulton, John Hopoate, Nik Kosef, Chris Ryan, Grant Tanks)

New South Wales State of Origin Representatives
42 Matt Adamson, Braith Anasta, David Barnhill, Greg Bird, Todd Carney, Ben Creagh, Michael Ennis, David Fairleigh, Keith Galloway, Mark Gasnier, Tim Grant, Craig Hancock, Jarryd Hayne, Ryan Hoffman, John Hopoate, Ben Hornby, Rodney Howe, Andrew Johns, Brett Kimmorley, Nik Kosef, Tom Learoyd-Lahrs, Jamie Lyon, Tim Mannah, Willie Mason, Ken McGuinness, Nathan Merritt, Anthony Minichiello, Joel Monaghan, Josh Morris, Jarrod Mullen, Ken Nagas, Anthony Quinn, Luke Ricketson, Robbie Ross, Brett Stewart, Timana Tahu, Anthony Tupou, Steve Turner, Akuila Uate, Anthony Watmough, Michael Weyman, Tony Williams

Queensland State of Origin Representatives
From 1987-2004, the under-19 Origin sides were selected by residency.
8 Casey McGuire, Clinton O’Brien, Robbie O’Davis, Mat Rogers, Ben Ross, Gorden Tallis, Johnathan Thurston, Willie Tonga

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