During his 66 against Western Australia in the Matador BBQs Cup, Ed Cowan passed 1000 runs for New South Wales in List A matches.

Nick Larkin became the first player ever deployed as a concussion substitute under Cricket Australia’s new concussion rules.  Nick replaced Daniel Hughes, who retired hurt after being struck on the helmet by a delivery from Peter Siddle in the Elimination Final of the Matador BBQs Cup at Drummoyne Oval.  It was Nick’s first List A match for New South Wales, but not his List A debut: he played two matches for Ireland against Sri Lanka A in 2014.

Playing in only his 18th match (14 for Sutherland and four for Sydney University), Devlin Malone took his 50th wicket in First Grade when he dismissed Hawkesbury’s Ryan Mizzi.

David Miller’s captain’s innings of 143 against Hawkesbury was his first Second Grade century and his highest score for the Club.  His innings took him past Peter Gannon and Rob Crittenden on the Club’s list of all-time run-scorers, where he is now in 42nd place.

James Crowley’s 56 against Hawkesbury was his highest score in Second Grade.

Hayden Kerr, with 64 against Hawkesbury, hit his highest score in Third Grade.

Ed Arnott hit his fourth half-century in Third Grade.

AJ Grant, with 4-27 against Hawkesbury, claimed his best bowling figures in Fourth Grade.

Aidan Peek made his debut in Fourth Grade and took his first wickets in that grade.

Ryan Holcroft played a key role in demolishing Hawkesbury’s Fifth Grade for 38, returning his best figures for the Club (4-14).

Jarrod Morley scored his first half-century for the Club, reaching 53 in Fifth Grade against Hawkesbury.

For the second match in succession, James Gillespie improved his highest score for the Club, hitting 79 in Metropolitan Cup against Eastern Suburbs.

Liam Hughes made his debut for the Club, scoring 61, in Metropolitan Cup against Eastern Suburbs.