In 2018, the Victoria Thunderbolts competed in Queensland’s Colts competition. They joined New South Wales’ Jersey Flegg Cup for the 2019 season.

First Match: March 10, 2018 – Won 52-10 v Western Mustangs, Casey Fields
Jersey Flegg Cup Titles: None
Jersey Flegg Finals Appearances: None
Colts Premierships: None
Colts Finals Appearances: 1 – 2018

Most Games for the Club
41 Trent Toelau (2018-2019)
39 Troy Hanita-Paki (2018-2019)
37 Nic Flocas (2018-2019)
37 Junior Teroi (2018-2021)
36 Matt Stimson (2018-2019)
32 Jordin Leiu (2018-2019)
27 Jack Natapu (2019-2022)
26 Saimone Ahomana (2019-2021)
26 Jacob Cordtz (2018-2019)
26 Kayleb Milne (2018-2019)
26 Antonio Sanele (2019, 2021)

Most Tries in a Match
3
Sualauvi Faalogo v Parramatta, Kellyville Park – Rd 13, 2022. Victoria won 26-20.
3
Tiraa Ua v South Sydney, AAMI Park – Rd 2, 2022. Victoria win 36-32.
Josese Waqalevu v North Sydney, Gosch’s Paddock – Rd 14, 2019. Victoria won 24-22.
Troy Hanita-Paki v Tweed Heads, Piggabeen Sports Complex – Rd 22, 2018. Victoria won 54-16.
Cooper Johns v Western Mustangs, Gold Park – Rd 21, 2018. Victoria won 70-12.
Junior Ratuva v Easts, Suzuki Stadium – Rd 3, 2018. Victoria won 50-6.

Most Tries in a Season
14 Junior Ratuva in 13 games, 2018
13 Sale Finau in 18 games, 2018
13 Trent Toelau in 21 games, 2018
10 Tiraa Ua in 20 games, 2022
10 Troy Hanita-Paki in 20 games, 2018

Most Tries for the Club
20
Trent Toelau in 41 games
15 Troy Hanita-Paki in 39 games
14 Junior Ratuva in 13 games
13 Sale Finau in 18 games
11 Jordin Leiu in 32 games

Most Points in a Season
112 Cooper Johns in 14 games, 2018 (5T, 46G)
90 Matt Stimson in 21 games, 2018 (5T, 35G)
76 Jonah Pezet in 11 games, 2022 (3T, 32G)
56 Tiraa Ua in 20 games, 2022 (10T, 8G)
56 Matt Stimson in 15 games, 2019 (3T, 20G)
56 Junior Ratuva in 13 games, 2018 (14T)

Most Points in a Match
24 
Cooper Johns (3T, 6G) v Western Mustangs, Gold Park – Rd 21, 2018. Victoria won 70-12.
14 
Cooper Johns (7G) v Tweed Heads, Piggabeen Sports Complex – Rd 22, 2018. Victoria won 54-16.

Most Goals in a Match
7
Cooper Johns v Tweed Heads, Piggabeen Sports Complex – Rd 22, 2018. Victoria won 54-16.
6 Jonah Pezet v Manly, Casey Fields – Rd 12, 2022. Victoria won 32-18.
6 Daniel Atkinson v Sydney, Clearwood Drive Reserve – Rd 8, 2021. Victoria won 36-28.
Cooper Johns v Ipswich, AAMI Park – Rd 23, 2018. Victoria won 48-8.
Cooper Johns v Western Mustangs, Gold Park – Rd 21, 2018. Victoria won 70-12.
Cooper Johns v Western Mustangs, Casey Fields – Rd 1, 2018. Victoria won 52-10.

Most Points for the Club
146
Matt Stimson in 36 games (9T, 55G)
112 Cooper Johns in 14 games (5T, 46G)
111 Jonah Pezet in 20 games (7T, 41G, 1FG)
85 Trent Toelau in 41games (20T, 2G, 1FG)
60 Troy Hanita-Paki in 39 games (15T)

Biggest Winning Margins
58 70-12 v Western Mustangs, Gold Park – Rd 21, 2018.
44 50-6 v Easts, Suzuki Stadium – Rd 3, 2018.
42 52-10 v Western Mustangs, Casey Fields – Rd 1, 2018.
40 48-8 v Ipswich, AAMI Park – Rd 23, 2018.
38 54-16 v Tweed Heads, Piggabeen Sports Complex – Rd 22, 2018.

Biggest Losing Margins
68
4-72 v Penrith, Casey Fields – Rd 5, 2019.
66 0-66 v Sydney, Casey Fields – Rd 24, 2022.
58 6-64 v South Sydney, Central Coast Stadium – Rd 21, 2019.
54 0-54 v Newcastle, Casey Fields – Rd 12, 2019.
40 10-50 v St George Illawarra, Ziems Park – Rd 23, 2022.

Longest Winning Streaks
6 (Round 20, 2018 – Finals Week 1, 2018)
4 (Round 11, 2018 – Round 14, 2018)

Longest Losing Streaks
11 (Round 20, 2019 – Round 5, 2021)
8 (Round 3, 2019 – Round 12, 2019)
5 (Round 20, 2022 – Round 24, 2022)
5 (Round 14, 2022 – Round 18, 2022)
5 (Round 5, 2022 – Round 11, 2022)

Junior Kangaroos
Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (2018)

Junior Kiwis
Kelma Tuilagi (2018)

Qld U20 Origin
Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (2018)

NSW U19 Origin
Jonah Pezet (2022)

Qld U19 Origin
1
Jack Howarth (2022)

Qld U18 Origin
Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (2018)

Darren Bell Medal (Club Player of the Year)
2018 Trent Toelau
2019 Trent Toelau
2021 Antonio Sanele
2022 Cole Geyer

NRL Graduates
6 Daniel Atkinson (2020-2021), Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (2018), Dean Ieremia (2019-2021), Cooper Johns (2018), Alec MacDonald (2022), Kelma Tuilagi (2018)