Nick Larkin hit his eighth First Grade century when he made 120 against Eastern Suburbs on Saturday. That took him past Johnny Taylor (7) and he is now sixth on the list of the Club’s First Grade century-makers, behind Greg Mail (30), Ed Cowan (12), Eric Barbour (11), HO Rock (9) and Ian Fisher (9). Larkin has also passed Mark Faraday (4262 runs) to move into seventh place on the Club’s list of First Grade run-scorers.
Ashton May passed 3000 runs in First Grade during his innings of 39 against Eastern Suburbs (the bulk of them – 2875 – being scored for St George).
Liam Robertson’s 50 against Eastern Suburbs was his sixth half-century in First Grade (two of which have been converted into centuries).
Jack Holloway’s 131 in Second Grade against his former club, Eastern Suburbs, was his first century in Second Grade and his highest score in all grades. Jack has recorded career-best performances in the last three grade rounds - twice with the ball, and now with the bat.
Will Hay, who hit 85 in Second Grade against Eastern Suburbs, finished his innings with 6242 runs for the Club, which was just enough to move him past Mark Faraday (6241) into ninth place in the Club's list of all-time run-scorers.
Ryan Danne, with 52 against Eastern Suburbs, scored his first half-century in Third Grade.
During his accomplished innings of 80 in Fourth Grade against Eastern Suburbs, Hugh Kermond passed 1000 runs for the Club.
Zohirul Islam, with 4-48 against Eastern Suburbs, recorded his best bowling figures for the Club.
Kevin Jacob's polished 59 in Poidevin-Gray against Sutherland was his first half-century for the Club.
Kieran Elley, with an outstanding spell of 4-26 against Sutherland in Poidevin-Gray, recorded his best bowling figures for the Club.