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: None

Most Games for the Club
35
Ben Seufale 2018-2019
31 Curtis Wilson 2018-2019
28 Ben Stevanovic 2018-2020
27 Lucas Castle 2018-2019
24 Henry Lealuga-Puhotau 2018-2019
23 Rua Ngatikaura 2018-2020
22 Bennett Wheelhouse 2018-2019
21 Zac Cini 2019-2020
18 Liam Scolari 2019-2020
18 Jordan Main 2019
18 Alex Sefarth 2018-2019
18 Felix Smith 2019-2020
18 Mavoni Tuifua 2019-2020

Most Tries in a Match
2
Rua Ngatikaura v Victoria, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 23, 2019. Wests Tigers won 28-8.
2 Logen Dillon v Penrith, Panthers Stadium – Rd 22, 2019. Wests Tigers won 34-6.
2 Dylan Smith v Manly, HE Laybutt Sporting Complex – Rd 20, 2019. Wests Tigers won 34-14.
2 Liam Scolari v Newcastle, St Johns Oval – Rd 19, 2019. Wests Tigers won 34-20.
2 Zac Cini v Penrith, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 15, 2019. Wests Tigers lost 22-24.
2
 Zac Cini v Canberra, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 13, 2019. Wests Tigers won 22-0.
2 Curtis Wilson v Cronulla, Lidcombe Oval – Rd 7, 2019. Wests Tigers lost 16-40.
2 Zac Cini v Parramatta, New Era Stadium – Rd 6, 2019. Wests Tigers won 36-10.
2 Logen Dillon v Victoria, Haines Drive Reserve – Rd 4, 2019. Wests Tigers won 34-10.
2 Gus Garzaniti v Victoria, Haines Drive Reserve – Rd 4, 2019. Wests Tigers won 34-10.
2 Kane Bradley v Canterbury, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 3, 2019. Wests Tigers lost 24-38.
2 Liam Scolari v Canterbury, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 3, 2019. Wests Tigers lost 24-38.
2 Jock Madden v Warriors, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 2, 2019. Wests Tigers drew 28-28.
2 Liam Scolari v Warriors, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 2, 2019. Wests Tigers drew 28-28.
2 Israel Seufale v North Sydney, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 15, 2018. Wests Tigers won 42-16.
2 James Tautaiolefua v North Sydney, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 15, 2018. Wests Tigers won 42-16.
2 James Tautaiolefua v Parramatta, Hillier Oval – Rd 4, 2018. Wests Tigers lost 8-22.

Most Tries in a Season
12
Zac Cini in 20 games, 2019
10 Curtis Wilson in 18 games, 2019
Liam Scolari in 17 games, 2019
Logen Dillon in 16 games, 2019
Rua Ngatikaura in 17 games, 2019

Most Tries for the Club
14
Curtis Wilson in 31 games
12
Zac Cini in 21 games
Liam Scolari in 18 games
8 Rua Ngatikaura in 23 games

Most Points in a Season
74 Jock Madden in 7 games, 2019 (5T, 27G)
70 Ben Stevanovic in 15 games, 2019 (35G)
48 Zac Cini in 20 games, 2019 (12T)
40 Curtis Wilson in 18 games, 2019 (10T)
36 Liam Scolari in 17 games, 2019 (9T)

Most Points in a Match
16 Jock Madden (2T, 4G) v Warriors, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 2, 2019. Wests Tigers drew 28-28.
14 Jock Madden (1T, 5G) v Manly, HE Laybutt Sporting Complex – Rd 20, 2019. Wests Tigers won 34-14.
14
Ben Stevanovic (7G) v South Sydney, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 16, 2019. Wests Tigers won 38-24.
14 Ben Stevanovic (7G) v North Sydney, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 15, 2018. Wests Tigers won 42-16.
12 Jock Madden (6G) v Parramatta, New Era Stadium – Rd 6, 2019. Wests Tigers won 36-10.

Most Goals in a Match
Ben Stevanovic v South Sydney, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 16, 2019. Wests Tigers won 38-24.
7 Ben Stevanovic v North Sydney, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 15, 2018. Wests Tigers won 42-16.
Jock Madden v Parramatta, New Era Stadium – Rd 6, 2019. Wests Tigers won 36-10.

Most Points for the Club
110
Ben Stevanovic in 28 games (1T, 53G)
74 Jock Madden in 7 games (5T, 27G)
56 Curtis Wilson in 31 games (14T)
48 Zac Cini in 21 games (12T)
36 Liam Scolari in 18 games (9T)

Biggest Winning Margins
28
34-6 Penrith, Panthers Stadium – Rd 22, 2019.
26 36-10 v Parramatta, New Era Stadium – Rd 6, 2019.
26 42-16 v North Sydney, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 15, 2018.
24 34-10 v Victoria, Haines Drive Reserve – Rd 4, 2019.
22 22-0 v Canberra, Campbelltown Stadium – Rd 13, 2019.

Biggest Losing Margins
40 18-58 v South Sydney, Leichhardt Oval – Rd 9, 2019.
38 6-44 v Manly, HE Laybutt Sporting Complex – Rd 17, 2018.
32 6-38 v Canberra, GIO Stadium – Rd 18, 2019.
32 10-42 v Cronulla, Southern Cross Group Stadium – Rd 24, 2018.

Longest Winning Streaks
5
(Round 19, 2019 – Round 23, 2019)
(Round 4, 2019 – Round 6, 2019)
(Round 14, 2018 – Round 15, 2018)

Longest Losing Streaks
11 (Round 1, 2018 – Round 13, 2018)
(Round 17, 2018 – Round 24, 2018)

NSW U20 Origin
1
Alex Seyfarth (2019)

Player of the Year
2018 Ben Seufale
2019 Felix Smith

Graduates
4
Connelly Lemuelu (2018), Sam McIntyre (2018), Thomas Mikaele (2018), Tommy Talau (2019)