Voting has been completed for the Sydney Uni Cricket Player of the Round following Round 5 of the McDonald's NSW Premier Cricket competition.

The Surjits Player of the Round goes to Jack Holloway for his composed and measured debut second grade hundred, posting 131. 

The Nags Head Performance of the Round goes to Hugh Kermond, for his dominant 80 in fourth grade on day one followed by his patient 61 in 5th grade day two.

It was Jacks debut opening the batting in second grade against his junior club, and he combined with Will Hay for a 144 run opening stand before going on and posting his first hundred for the club since scoring 124 for fourth grade in 2014.  Jack came close last year to scoring another hundred, however was caught on the long on boundary for 99 against Randwick Petersham.

Hugh Kermond's 80 on day 1 of round 5 in fourth grade was his highest NSW Premier Cricket score (Hugh has scored a 111 in Metropolitan cup in 2014) and followed this up with his highest 5th grade score of 61 on day two after being bracketed for returning state players. 

Jack receives the Surjits Indian voucher for two people, whilst Hugh claims a $20 voucher at the Nags Head Hotel.

There were a few honourable mentions this round:

Kieran Elley, who took his career best second grade figures of 5/49 in securing the 196 run victory. 

Dugald Holloway, who tore through North Sydney's Poidevin-Gray Shield taking 5/30 with his best figures in the grade.

Tom Kierath, took 4/12 in Easts first innings and 3/8 in the second to finish with match figures of 7/20.

The leaderboard for the Player of the Year Award currently has Nick Larkin leading following his two best on ground performances against St George and Manly-Warringah.