Nigel Cowell had a memorable week, joining the NSW Sheffield Shield squad for the first time, and taking his third five-wicket haul in First Grade, a match-winning 6-46 against Hawkesbury.  He also collected his 300th wicket for the Club when dismissed Hawkesbury opener Brent Atherton with the first delivery of Hawkesbury’s innings.  He became the 21st bowler in the Club’s history to reach 300 wickets.

Greg Mail recorded his 200th win as a player in the weekend's match against Hawkesbury. 

Josh Toyer moved into 22nd place on the Club’s list of wicket-takers with 298 (passing Alan Baigent on 297) when he dismissed Hawkesbury’s Third Grade opener, Jarod Brent, with the second ball of the innings.

Nick Larkin and Liam Robertson both passed 600 runs for the Club for the season.

Will Hay’s 50 in First Grade was his 20th half-century in Firsts, three of which he converted into hundreds.

Kieran Tate’s outrageous figures of 6-4 in Second Grade were his best in Seconds, his best for the Club and his third five-wicket haul of the season.

Lewis McMahon took his 100th wicket for the Club when he bowled veteran Hawkesbury batsman Dean Laing in Third Grade.

Tom Decent’s 79 against Hawkesbury in Third Grade (most of it scored on one leg) was his second half-century, and highest score, for the Club.

Jack Gibson (3-26) improved on his best bowling figures in Third Grade.

Ryan Danne (4-18) returned his best bowling figures in Fourth Grade.