In the 16 years since its formation, the Norwest Thunderdogs Flyball Club has won 22 National Championship Titles – 12 First Division Championships, 1 2nd Division Championship, 21 Third Division Championship, 3 4th Division Championships, 1 5th Division Championship, 1 7th Division Championship, 1 8th Division Championship and 1 Ninth Division Championship (See listing of Championship results at foot of page). The Club has been the National Division One Champion Team in 12 of the last 14 years.
In addition to the 18 Nationals Titles, the Club has broken the Australian Flyball Record 12 times and is the current holder of the Australian record of the fastest time at 16.229 seconds. The current record was set in November 2020 by a team comprising of Thunderdogs Ivy, Link, Bullet and Inferno.
The Club also holds a Guinness World Record for the fastest flyball run – set on 23 April 2005 at Narrabundah Canberra as part of the Australian Guinness World Record T.V. series. The Guinness record was set at 18.16 seconds. The Club holds an Official Guinness World Record Certificate indicating this achievement. The Norwest Thunderdogs have won the Australian Flyball Club of the Year Award on Seven occasions as recognition of the Clubs contribution to the sport of flyball in Australia.
In 2019, the Norwest Thunderdogs T4 were awarded the NSW Minor Premiers of the Australian Flyball Association Premiership – a recognition awarded for the most successful team over the season.
|YEAR||NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WINS|
|2005||1st Division Champions|
|2006||1st Division Champions|
|2007||1st Division Champions, 4th Division Champions|
|2008||1st Division Champions|
|2009||1st Division Champions|
|2010||1st Division Champions|
|2011||Division 1 – 2nd, Division 2 – 3rd, Division 3 – 3rd, Division 5 – 3rd|
|2012||1st Division Champions, 4th Division Champions|
|2013||1st Division Champions|
|2014||3rd Division Champions, 9th Division Champions|
|2015||1st Division Champions, 3rd Division Champions, 7th Division Champions|
|2016||1st Division Champions|
|2017||2nd Division Champions, 4th Division Champions|
|2018||1st Division Champions, 8th Division Champions|
|2019||1st Division Champions, 5th Division Champions|
|2020||cancelled due to COVID-19|