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Jersey Flegg Cup

The Jersey Flegg Cup returned in 2019 with the NSWRL reviving the historic competition in 2018 following the cessation of the NRL-run under-20s National Youth Competition. 

The competition is named after Harry “Jersey” Flegg, who played for the Eastern Suburbs in 1908 and 1909, and was a prominent administrator of the game up until 1960. 

It began as an under-19s age group until the NRL was formed in 1998, and was originally held as part of the NSWRL’s junior representative season that was played over nine-to-12 weeks early in the season.

The Jersey Flegg Cup consist of 10  NSWRL clubs: 9 existing NSW-based sides, as well as the Victorian Thunderbolts. 

Founded: 1961
Clubs: 1o
Feeds Into: Ron Massey Cup, NSW Cup
Most Successful Club: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (nine premierships)
Current Premiers: South Sydney Rabbitohs
Hashtag: #JFlegg