Nick Larkin’s dominant 210 for NSW against ACT in the Futures League was his first double century in the Futures League, and his fourth century in the competition.  He also passed 1000 career Futures League runs during the innings.   To round off the week, he became the first batsman to reach 500 runs for Sydney University this season during his innings in the Twenty20 match against ACT at Manuka Oval on Sunday.

In the same Futures League match, but playing for the ACT, Tom Rogers hit his highest Futures League score (82).

Devlin Malone’s matchwinning 5-78 against Gordon was his second five-wicket return for the Club, and the fourth in his First Grade career.  In the process, he passed Sydney's Nic Bills to become the leading wicket-taker in the First Grade competition after Round 6.

When he dismissed Gordon’s Tym Crawford, Kieran Elley collected his first wicket for Sydney University in First Grade (after taking 50 for Fairfield-Liverpool).

During his 42 against Gordon, David Miller passed 1500 runs in Second Grade.

Charlie Litchfield completed a memorable match against Gordon in Third Grade by taking his first wickets for the Club.

In Fourth Grade against Gordon, Aidan Peek (5-47) claimed his first five-wicket haul for the Club.

Jake Day’s 103 against Gordon in Fifth Grade was his first century for the Club; in his 19 previous innings for the Club, his highest score had been 33 not out.

Liam Hughes (57 against Gordon) hit his first half-century in Fifth Grade.

And one we missed last week: the seventh wicket partnership of 170 between Brodie Frost (94) and Andrew Wilkinson (71) against Mosman set a new Club record for the Metropolitan Cup competition.