Records

Records are from 1989 to 2007.

First Match: May 23, 1989 – Lost 8-16 v NSW U17, Sydney Football Stadium.

Most Games
Duncan Na’awi 1994-1995
2 Colin Wilkie 2002-2003

Most Tries in a Match
2 11 players scored 2 tries in a match for Queensland under-17

Most Tries
2 1
1 players scored 2 tries in a match for Queensland under-17

Most Points in a Match
16 Chris Sandow (2T, 4G) v NSW U17, Suncorp Stadium – June 14, 2006. Queensland U17 won 42-16.
14 Ben Walker (2T, 3G) v NSW U17, Sydney Football Stadium – May 17, 1993. Queensland U17 won 22-17.

Most Points
16
Chris Sandow in 1 game (2T, 4G)
14 Ben Walker in game (2T, 3G0

Most Goals in a Match
4
Chris Muckert v NSW U17, Suncorp Stadium – June 5, 1998. Queensland U17 won 24-20.
Chris Sandow v NSW U17, Suncorp Stadium – June 14, 2006. Queensland U17 won 42-16.

Biggest Winning Margins
26
42-16 v NSW U17, Suncorp Stadium – June 14, 2006.
20 34-14 v NSW U17, Lang Park – June 12, 1991.
19 19-0 v NSW U17, Suncorp Stadium – May 24, 2000.

Biggest Losing Margins
34
18-52 v NSW U17, Telstra Stadium – June 13, 2007.
26 26-52 v NSW U17, Suncorp Stadium – June 16, 2004.
24 16-40 v NSW U17, ANZ Stadium – June 5, 2002.
24 14-38 v NSW U17, Sydney Football Stadium – June 25, 1997.

Longest Winning Streaks
(1990 – 1991)

Longest Losing Streaks
(2001 – 2005)
(1994 – 1995)

Most Representatives from One Team
6
Norths Devils 2005 (Jay Aston, Josh Costello, Jacob Fauid, Daniel Isaac, Luke Samoa, Isaac Schwenke)
6 Brisbane Brothers 1995 (Tala’ave Aoina, Nathan McKenzie-Ross, Ben O’Callaghan, Christopher Osborne, David Pickering, Luke Williamson)
6 Ipswich 1991 (Roger Best, Todd Brown, Darren Burne, Anthony Fowler, Tom Lenihan, Mark Sessarago)

Queensland State of Origin Representatives
28 Shaun Berrigan, Jason Buttigieg, Tonie Carroll, Petero Civoniceva, Brett Dallas, Chris Flannery, Israel Folau, Jamie Goddard, Ben Hannant, Ashley Harrison, Karmichael Hunt, Ben Ikin, Greg Inglis, Dallas Johnson, Antonio Kaufusi, Darren Lockyer, Casey McGuire, Danny Nutley, Corey Parker, Ben Ross, Matt Sing, Brent Tate, David Taylor, Sam Thaiday, Johnathan Thurston, Chris Walker, Carl Webb, Rhys Wesser

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