With all teams chasing totals on the weekend, it was the batsmen's turn to join the Milestone Monday club:
Jack Holloway’s 99 against Randwick-Petersham was his highest score in Third Grade. He passed 1000 runs for the Club in all grades earlier this season.
Jum Larkin’s 109 not out was his highest score (and second century) in Third Grade and his highest for the Club in any grade.
Steve Hobson’s unbeaten 102 against Randwick-Petersham was his fifth Second Grade century (and eighth for the Club overall). He joins Ray Boyce (who went on to captain NSW), Dave Butchart and Josh Ryan on the list of University batsmen with five Second Grade centuries – only Adam Theobald (13) has scored more.
Patrick Carfax (with 75 against Randwick-Petersham in Metropolitan Cup) hit his highest score for the Club.
Mark Faraday (with 5822 runs) has passed Phil Logan to become the tenth-highest run-scorer in the Club’s history.
Tim Ley (with 413 wickets)) has joined Michael Culkoff as the equal ninth-highest wicket-taker in the Club’s history. Ben Joy (with 319) has moved past Brendan Smith into 18th on the list.