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: 1 – 2018

Most Games for the Club
43 Monty Raper (2018-2019)
40 Tom Caughlan (2018-2019)
39 Fine Kula (2018-2019)
34 Angus Ernst (2019-2021)
33 Jayden Millard (2018-2019)
32 Rhys Dakin (2021-2022)
32 Jonaiah Lualua (2018-2021)
32 Thomas Rodwell (2021-2022)
30 Jack Boyling (2019-2021)
30 Isaac Longmuir (2018-2021)

Most Tries in a Match
4
Thomas Rodwell v South Sydney, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 20, 2022. Cronulla won 40-16.
3
Jordan Samrani v Canberra, GIO Stadium – Rd 13, 2022. Cronulla won 42-8.
3
Josh Delailoa v Canberra, Campbelltown Stadium – Finals Week 1, 2019. Cronulla lost 18-19.
3
Josh Delailoa v Warriors, Henson Park – Rd 12, 2019. Cronulla won 18-16.
Ronaldo Mulitalo v North Sydney, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 2, 2019. Cronulla won 34-0.

Most Tries in a Season
18 Josh Delailoa in 21 games, 2019
17 Thomas Rodwell in 22 games, 2022
15 Jackson Ferris in 20 games, 2018
13 Harry Smith in 20 games, 2018
12 Bronson Xerri in 17 games, 2018

Most Tries for the Club
19 
Thomas Rodwell in 32 games
18 Josh Delailoa in 21 games
15 Jackson Ferris in 20 games
13 Harry Smith in 20 games
13 Sam Stonestreet in 20 games
13 Vito Tevaga in 26 games

Most Points in a Season
187
Ryan Rivett in 20 games, 2022 (11T, 71G, 1FG)
112
Jonaiah Lualua in 20 games, 2019 (6T, 44G)
194 Braydon Trindall in 24 games, 2018 (7T, 82G, 2FG)
72 Josh Delailoa in 21 games, 2019 (21T)
68 Thomas Rodwell in 22 games, 2022 (17T)

Most Points in a Match
22
Ryan Rivett (1T, 7G) v Victoria, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 17, 2022. Cronulla won 50-16.
20
Braydon Trindall (2T, 6G) v North Sydney, North Sydney Oval – Rd 18, 2018. Cronulla won 48-12.
18 Ryan Rivett (1T, 7G) v Canberra, Henson Park – Rd 1, 2022. Cronulla 42-24.
16 Ryan Rivett (1T, 6G) v South Sydney, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 20, 2022. Cronulla won 40-16.
16 Thomas Rodwell (4T) v South Sydney, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 20, 2022. Cronulla won 40-16.
16 
Braydon Trindall (8G) v Manly, Southern Cross Group Stadium – Rd 21, 2018. Cronulla won 48-14.

Most Goals in a Match
Braydon Trindall v Manly, Southern Cross Group Stadium – Rd 21, 2018. Cronulla won 48-14.
Ryan Rivett v Victoria, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 17, 2022. Cronulla won 50-16.
7 Ryan Rivett v Canberra, Henson Park – Rd 1, 2022. Cronulla 42-24.
6 Ryan Rivett v South Sydney, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 20, 2022. Cronulla won 40-16.
Braydon Trindall v North Sydney, North Sydney Oval – Rd 18, 2018. Cronulla won 48-12.

Most Points for the Club
214 Braydon Trindall in 26 games (8T, 90G, 2FG)
187 Ryan Rivett in 20 games (11T, 71G, 1FG)
156 Jonaiah Lualua in 32 games (11T, 56G)
76 Thomas Rodwell in 32 games (19T)
72 Josh Delailoa in 21 games (18T)

Biggest Winning Margins
36 48-12 v North Sydney, North Sydney Oval – Rd 18, 2018.
34 38-4 v St George Illawarra, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 21, 2022.
34 50-16 v Victoria, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 17, 2022.
34 42-8 v Canberra, GIO Stadium – Rd 12, 2022.
34 38-4 v Wests Tigers, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 5, 2022.
34 38-4 v Parramatta, McCredie Park – Rd 4, 2019.
34 40-6 v Victoria, Casey Fields – Rd 3, 2019.
34 34-0 v North Sydney, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 2, 2019.
34 48-14 v Manly, Southern Cross Group Stadium – Rd 21, 2018.

Biggest Losing Margins
40
0-40 v Wests Tigers, Lidcombe Oval – Rd 12, 2022.
40 10-50 v Penrith, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 6, 2019.
36 6-42 v Parramatta, Ringrose Park – Rd 14, 2018.
34 6-40 v Parramatta, Kellyville Park – Rd 18, 2022.
28 22-50 v Manly, 4 Pines Park – Rd 23, 2022.

Longest Winning Streaks
7
(Round 7, 2019 – Round 15, 2019)
7
(Finals Week 2, 2018 – Round 5, 2019)
7 (Round 18, 2018 – Round 24, 2018)

Longest Losing Streaks
4
(Round 11, 2021 – Round 14, 2021)
4
(Finals Week 1, 2019 – Round 1, 2021)
3 (Round 7, 2022 – Round 9, 2022)
3 (Round 16, 2019 – Round 19, 2019)

Junior Kiwis
Jackson Ferris (2018), Vito Tevaga (2019)

NSW U20 Origin
3 Josh Carr (2018), Teig Wilton (2018, 2019), Bronson Xerri (2018)

Qld U20 Origin
Ronaldo Mulitalo (2019), Braydon Trindall (2019)

NSW U18 Origin
Bronson Xerri (2018)

Australian Schoolboys
Thomas Giles (2019)

Gavin Miller Player of the Year Award (Club Player of the Year)
2018 Braydon Trindall
2019 Tom Hazelton
2021 Jack Boyling
2022 Blake Hosking

NRL Graduates
11 Jesse Colquhoun (2020-2021), Kade Dykes (2021-2022), Jackson Ferris (2018), Tom Hazelton (2018-2019), Kayal Iro (2021), Isaac Lumelume (2018), Ronaldo Mulitalo (2018-2019), Franklin Pele (2019-2021), Braydon Trindall (2018-2019), Teig Wilton (2018-2019), Bronson Xerri (2018)