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: 5 – 1977, 1986, 2006, 2007, 2022

Most Games for the Club
40 Adam Fearnley (2018-2019)
39 Brad Gaut (2018-2019)
38 John Trimboli (2018-2019)
37 Jack Quinn (2018-2019)
36 Alexander Myles (2018-2019)
34 J’maine Hopgood (2018-2019)
32 Brad Fearnley (2021-2022)
32 Daine Laurie (2018-2019)
32 Hohepa Puru (2021-2022)
31 Brendan Hands (2018-2019)

Most Tries in a Match
4
Thomas Jenkins v Canterbury, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 2, 2021. Penrith won 50-4.
3 Cody Lawson v Victoria, BlueBet Stadium – Rd 22, 2022. Penrith won 44-10.
3 William Fakatoumafi v Canberra, BlueBet Stadium – Rd 7, 2022. Penrith won 64-16.
3 Hanna El-Nachar v Victoria, Gosch’s Paddock – Rd 6, 2022. Penrith won 46-20.
Charlie Staines v Victoria, Casey Fields – Rd 5, 2019. Penrith won 72-4.

Most Tries in a Season
17
Charlie Staines in 15 games, 2019
17 Daine Laurie in 22 games, 2018
15 Isaiah Iongi in 12 games, 2022
14 Cody Lawson in 22 games, 2022
13 William Fakatoumafi in 24 games, 2022

Most Tries for the Club
23 Daine Laurie in 32 games
18 Justin Jones in 27 games
17 Charlie Staines in 15 games
15 Isaiah Iongi in 12 games
14 Cody Lawson in 26 games

Most Points in a Season
128 
Brendan Hands in 16 games, 2019 (6T, 52G)
112 Niwhai Puru in 14 games, 2022 (6T, 44G)
90 Brendan Hands in 15 games, 2018 (1T, 43G)
84 Niwhai Puru in 9 games, 2021 (5T, 32G)
76 Addison Williams in 13 games, 2022 (2T, 34G)

Most Points in a Match
24
Niwhai Puru (1T, 10G) v Canberra, BlueBet Stadium – Rd 7, 2022. Penrith won 64-16.
22
Niwhai Puru (2T, 7G) v Canterbury, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 2, 2021. Penrith won 50-4.
20 Niwhai Puru (2T, 6G) v Victoria, BlueBet Stadium – Rd 7, 2021. Penrith won 40-20.
20
Brendan Hands (10G) v Victoria, Casey Fields – Rd 5, 2019. Penrith won 72-4.
18
Brendan Hands (1T, 7G) v Sydney, Allianz Stadium – Rd 13, 2018. Penrith won 42-10.

Most Goals in a Match
10
Niwhai Puru v Canberra, BlueBet Stadium – Rd 7, 2022. Penrith won 64-16.
10
Brendan Hands v Victoria, Casey Fields – Rd 5, 2019. Penrith won 72-4.
8 Brendan Hands v North Sydney, North Sydney Oval – Rd 23, 2019. Penrith won 56-6.
7 Niwhai Puru v Victoria, Gosch’s Paddock – Rd 6, 2022. Penrith won 46-20.
7 Niwhai Puru v Canterbury, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 2, 2021. Penrith won 50-4.
7 Glenn McGrady v Newcastle, Panthers Stadium – Rd 18, 2019. Penrith won 42-12.
7
Brendan Hands v Cronulla, PointsBet Stadium – Rd 6, 2019. Penrith won 50-10.
7
Brendan Hands v Sydney, Allianz Stadium – Rd 13, 2018. Penrith won 42-10.

Most Points for the Club
218 Brendan Hands in 31 games (7T, 95G)
196 Niwhai Puru in 23 games (11T, 76G)
93 Daine Laurie in 32 games (23T, 1FG)
76 Glenn McGrady in 17 games (11T, 16G)
76 Addison Williams in 13 games (2T, 34G)

Biggest Winning Margins
68 
72-4 v Victoria, Casey Fields – Rd 5, 2019.
50 56-6 v North Sydney, North Sydney Oval – Rd 23, 2019.
48 64-16 v Canberra, BlueBet Stadium – Rd 7, 2022.
46 50-4 v Canterbury, Belmore Sports Ground – Rd 2, 2021.
42 42-0 v South Sydney, St Marys Leagues Stadium – Rd 7, 2019.

Biggest Losing Margins
28
14-42 v South Sydney, Ironmark HPC – Rd 11, 2021.
28 6-34 v Wests Tigers, Panthers Stadium – Rd 22, 2019.
25 12-37 v Canberra, McDonalds Park – Rd 8, 2019.
24 10-34 v Sydney, Leichhardt Oval – Rd 11, 2022.
22 10-32 v Mounties, Aubrey Keech Reserve – Rd 5, 2018.

Longest Winning Streaks
(Round 7, 2018 – Round 15, 2018)
4 (Round 17, 2022 – Round 20, 2022)
4 (Round 6, 2022 – Round 9, 2022)
(Round 1, 2020 – Round 4, 2021)
(Round 4, 2019 – Round 7, 2019)
(Round 1, 2018 – Round 4, 2018)

Longest Losing Streaks
4
(Round 11, 2022 – Round 14, 2022)
3
(Round 3, 2022 – Round 5, 2022)
3
(Round 11, 2021 – Round 13, 2021)

Junior Kangaroos
Shawn Blore (2018)

Junior Kiwis
Dean Blore (2018)

NSW U20 Origin
5 Billy Burns (2018), Matt Burton (2019), Stephen Crichton (2019), Spencer Leniu (2019), Brian To’o (2018)

Qld U20 Origin
1
J’maine Hopgood (2019)

NSW U19 Origin
Jack Cole (2022)

Qld U19 Origin
Isaiah Iongi (2022)

NSW U18 Origin
Shawn Blore (2018), Spencer Leniu (2018), Maurice Trindall (2018)

Australian Schoolboys
8 Lachlan Blackburn (2021), Stephen Crichton (2018), Harrison Hassett (2022), Jesse McLean (2022), Ratu Nanovo (2018), John Sagaga (2021), Jayden Tanner (2018)

NSWRL Player of the Year
2019 
Charlie Staines

Club Player of the Year
2018 Daine Laurie
2019 Charlie Staines

NRL Graduates
16 Shawn Blore (2018-2019), Matt Burton (2019), Jack Cole (2022), Stephen Crichton (2018-2019), Liam Henry (2020-2021), J’maine Hopgood (2018-2019), Thomas Jenkins (2020-2021), Mitchell Kenny (2018), Daine Laurie (2018-2019), Spencer Leniu (2018-2019), Taylan May (2020), Terrell May (2019), Lindsay Smith (2019), Charlie Staines (2019), Brian To’o (2018), Sunia Turuva (2021)