Nick Larkin set up First Grade's win over Fairfield-Liverpool with his 12th First Grade century, 136 from 141 deliveries.  He now shares (with Ed Cowan) second place on the club's list of First Grade century-makers, needing only 20 more to catch Greg Mail.  During his innings, he passed 7500 runs for the club in all grades, joining Greg Mail, Ian Moran, Adam Theobald and Ed Cowan as the only players to reach that mark.

Hayden Kerr's 62 from 63 balls against Fairfield-Liverpool was his fourth half-century in First Grade this season.

During his rapid, unbeaten 43 against Fairfield-Liverpool, Tim Cummins passed 2500 runs in First Grade (2215 of them for Penrith).

Joe Kershaw claimed his 100th wicket for the club when he dismissed Fairfield-Liverpool's Jeremy Maher in First Grade on Saturday.

Nicky Craze's monumental 162 not out in Second Grade was his highest score for the club, his highest score in any grade, and his second century in Second Grade.  During his innings he passed 500 club runs for the season in grade, T20 and Poidevin-Gray matches, and he also passed 1000 runs in Seconds (including 472 for Campbelltown-Camden).

Jono Craig-Dobson captured his 50th wicket in Second Grade when he dismissed Fairfield's Chris Gibson on Saturday.

In the closing stages of Second Grade's conclusive win over Fairfield-Liverpool, Charles Litchfield and Jack Hill each took his first wicket in Seconds.

In Third Grade's demolition of Fairfield-Liverpool, spinners Jack Lawson (4-33) and Liam Whitaker (3-27) both returned career-best Third Grade figures.

Ash Cowan has become the first player in the club's history to reach 2500 runs in Third Grade.

The week after he recorded his best Fifth Grade bowling figures, Andrew Wilkinson hit his highest Fifth Grade score, 49 not out against Fairfield-Liverpool.  His unbroken last wicket stand of 79 with Tom Draca (whose 28 not out was a career-best for the club) fell only ten runs short of the club's Fifth Grade record for a last wicket partnership.

Murray Miles (3-23) and Jono Phoebus (3-25) each recorded his best Fifth Grade bowling figures.  Jono Phoebus collected his three wickets with successive balls to claim his first hat-trick for the club.

Reappearing for the club for the first time since 2006-07, Ryan Bulger's first wicket in Fifth Grade was his 50th wicket for Sydney University.  Eleven seasons between matches may seem like a long break, but it's nowhere close to the club record: three players (ABS White, Greg Scahill and Hartley Anderson) have re-appeared for the club after a gap of more than 25 years.

Four players recorded their best performances for the club in Metropolitan Cup's rampant win over Randwick-Petersham: Julian Dimas (47) and Nick Mortimer (40 not out) with the bat, and Max Shanahan (5-32) and Ashwin Kirubanandan (3-16) with the ball.