The Jersey Flegg Cup competition was first run in 1961 and ended in 2007 when the National Youth Competition was introduced. The competition was re-introduced in 2018. These records (apart from Jersey Flegg Titles) are from that season onward.

Jersey Flegg Titles: 9 – 1963, 1971, 1976, 1979, 1983, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003

Most Games for the Club
39
Blake Clayton (2018-2019)
39 Frank Kuresa (2018-2019)
39 Alex Seve (2018-2019)
36 Sua Aiiloilo (2018-2019)
35 Zac Hetherington (2018-2019)
33 Javvier Pitovao (2018-2019)
31 Isaiah Tass (2018-2019)
30 Penisimani Teaupa (2018-2019, 2021)
29 Eli Clark (2021-2022)
27 Bailey Hayward (2021-2022)

Most Tries in a Match
4
Brandon Clarke v Manly, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 22, 2022. Canterbury won 44-24.

Most Tries in a Season
14
Frank Kuresa in 19 games, 2019
12 
Blake Clayton in 22 games, 2018
12 Isaiah Tass in 19 games, 2019
10 Declan Casey in 22 games, 2019
Blake Clayton in 17 games, 2019

Most Tries for the Club
22 Frank Kuresa in 39 games
21
Blake Clayton in 39 games
14 Isaiah Tass in 31 games
13 Eli Clark in 29 games
12 Alex Seve in 39 games

Most Points in a Season
130 
Jake Averillo in 16 games, 2019 (6T, 53G)
122 Brandon Wakeham in 18 games, 2018 (3T, 55G)
74 Eli Clark in 18 games, 2022 (8T, 21G)
72 Bailey Hayward in 14 games, 2022 (3T, 30G)
72 Eli Clark in 11 games, 2021 (5T, 26G)

Most Points in a Match
18 
Jake Averillo (2T, 5G) v Cronulla, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 16, 2019. Canterbury won 30-6.
18 Brandon Wakeham (9G) v Manly, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 8, 2018. Canterbury won 60-20.
16 Bailey Hayward (1T, 6G) v Manly, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 22, 2022. Canterbury won 44-24.
16 Brandon Clarke (4T) v Manly, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 22, 2022. Canterbury won 44-24.
16 Jake Averillo (2T, 4G) v Penrith, Bankwest Stadium – Rd 20, 2019. Canterbury drew 28-28.

Most Goals in a Match
9 Brandon Wakeham v Manly, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 8, 2018. Canterbury won 60-20.
7 Eli Clark v Sydney, Mascot Oval – Rd 11, 2021. Canterbury won 42-14.
Jake Averillo v Wests Tigers, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 3, 2019. Canterbury won 38-24.
6 Bailey Hayward v Manly, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 22, 2022. Canterbury won 44-24.
6 Kaylib Savage v Sydney, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 6, 2021. Canterbury won 40-16.
Jake Averillo v Parramatta, ANZ Stadium – Rd 2, 2019. Canterbury won 36-10.

Most Points for the Club
146
Eli Clark in 29 games (13T, 47G)
130 Jake Averillo in 19 games (6T, 53G)
122 Brandon Wakeham in 18 games (3T, 55G)
88 Frank Kuresa in 39 games (22T)
84 Blake Clayton in 39 games (21T)

Biggest Winning Margins
40 60-20 v Manly, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 8, 2018.
28 42-14 v Sydney, Mascot Oval – Rd 11, 2021.
28 38-10 v North Sydney, North Sydney Oval – Rd 4, 2019.
26 38-12 v South Sydney, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 18, 2022.
26 36-10 v Parramatta, ANZ Stadium – Rd 2, 2019.
26 32-6 v North Sydney, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 23, 2018.

Biggest Losing Margins
46
4-50 v Penrith, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 2, 2021.
32 4-36 v Sydney, Accor Stadium – Rd 8, 2022.
30 6-36 v St George Illawarra, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 12, 2022.
24 12-36 v Penrith, BlueBet Stadium – Rd 17, 2022.
22 10-32 v Mounties, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 17, 2018.

Longest Winning Streaks
5
(Round 18, 2022 – Round 23, 2022)
4
(Round 13, 2019 – Round 16, 2019)

Longest Losing Streaks
4
(Round 12, 2022 – Round 15, 2022)
4
(Round 11, 2018 – Round 15, 2018)

Junior Kiwis
Morgan Harper (2018)

NSW U20 Origin
Matthew Doorey (2019), Tui Katoa (2019)

NSW U18 Origin
Matthew Doorey (2018), Jackson Topine (2019)

Australian Schoolboys
6 Matthew Doorey (2018), Ryan Gray (2018), Joash Papalii (2022), Cooper Talau (2019), Penisimani Teaupa (2018), Jackson Topine (2019)

Hazem El Masri Medal (Club Player of the Year)
2018 Kayne Kalache
2019 Javvier Pitovao
2021 Kurtis Morrin
2022 Bailey Hayward

NRL Graduates
16 Jake Averillo (2018-2019), Bailey Biondi-Odo (2020-2021), Declan Casey (2019, 2021), Austin Dias (2018), Matthew Doorey (2018-2019), Morgan Harper (2018), Tui Katoa (2018-2019), Laitia Moceidreke (2021), Kurtis Morrin (2021), Chris Patolo (2020-2021), James Roumanos (2018-2019), Zac Saddler (2018-2019), Aaron Schoupp (2020), Isaiah Tass (2018-2019), Jackson Topine (2019-2020, 2022), Brandon Wakeham (2018)