Records

First Match: April 21, 2012 – Won 18-14 v Queensland U20, Centrebet Stadium

Most Games
2
Dean Britt 2013-2014
Nat Butcher 2016-2017
2 Oliver Clark 2015-2016
2 Tyrell Fuimaono 2015-2016
Reuben Garrick 2016-2017
2 Grant Garvey 2015-2016
Emre Guler 2017-2018
2 Clinton Gutherson 2013-2014
Stefano Hala 2017-2018
2 Drew Hutchison 2014-2015
2 Brian Kelly 2015-2016
2 David Klemmer 2012-2013
2 Michael Lichaa 2012-2013
2 Matthew Lodge 2013-2014
Reece Robson 2017-2018
Curtis Scott 2016-2017
2 Jake Trbojevic 2013-2014
2 Alex Twal 2015-2016

Most Tries in a Match
4 Brian Kelly v Queensland U20, Suncorp Stadium – July 18, 2015. NSW U20 won 32-16.
3 Jake Mamo v Queensland U20, Sportingbet Stadium – May 3, 2014. NSW U20 won 30-8.

Most Tries
4
Brian Kelly in 1 game
3
Jake Mamo in 1 game
Mitchell Cornish in 1 game
Reuben Garrick in 2 game
2 George Jennings in 1 game
2 Charly Runciman in 1 game

Most Points in a Match
16
 Brian Kelly (4T) v Queensland U20, Suncorp Stadium – July 18, 2015. NSW U20 won 32-16.
14 Jai Field (1T, 5G) v Queensland U20, Suncorp Stadium – May 31, 2017. NSW U20 won 30-16.
12 Jake Mamo (3T) v Queensland U20, Sportingbet Stadium – May 3, 2014. NSW U20 won 30-8.
12 Brian Kelly (6G) v Queensland U20, ANZ Stadium – July 13, 2016. NSW U20 won 36-22.

Most Points
28 Brian Kelly in 2 games (4T, 6G)
14 Jai Field in 1 game (1T, 5G)
12 Jake Mamo in 1 game (3T)

Most Goals in a Match
Brian Kelly v Queensland U20, ANZ Stadium – July 13, 2016. NSW U20 won 36-22.
Jai Field v Queensland U20, Suncorp Stadium – May 31, 2017. NSW U20 won 30-16.
Clinton Gutherson v Queensland U20, Sportingbet Stadium – May 3, 2014. NSW U20 won 30-8.

Biggest Winning Margins
24
 36-12 v Queensland U20, Centrebet Stadium – April 20, 2013.
22 30-8 v Queensland U20, Sportingbet Stadium – May 3, 2014.

Biggest Losing Margins
18 12-30 v Queensland U20, Suncorp Stadium – July 11, 2018.

Most Representatives from One Team
5
Cronulla 2018 (Blayke Brailey, Josh Carr, Kyle Flanagan, Teig Wilton, Bronson Xerri)
4 St George Illawarra 2017 (Jai Field, Reuben Garrick, Blake Lawrie, Reece Robson)

New South Wales State of Origin Representatives
Jack Bird, Boyd Cordner, David Klemmer, Latrell Mitchell, Jake Trbojevic, Dylan Walker

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