With the final round looming in under 24 hours, we have combined our Milestone Monday and Top Ten Tuesday into one.


Nicky Craze made his First Grade debut for the Club (having previously played Firsts with Campbelltown-Camden).

Max Hope's 5-15 in Second Grade was his best analysis in Seconds, his best for the Club, and his first five-wicket return in any grade for the Club.

Dugald Holloway's crucial 33 not out was his highest score in Second Grade.  He shared a match-winning partnership with Kieran Tate, who has passed 100 wickets for the Club.

Charles Litchfield and Matthew Powys made their debuts in Third Grade.

Liam Whitaker (4-97) returned his best bowling figures in Fourths, and Sam Roby (45 not out) and Hayden Kerr (62 not out) each hit his highest score in Fourths.

In Fifth Grade Nick Powys (6-44) produced his best figures in any grade, claiming his first five-wicket haul for the Club.

Look out for upcoming milestones from bowlers Tom Kierath (449 wickets), Josh Toyer (299 wickets) and Ash Cowan (99 wickets).  No pressure, though, guys.




The battle comes down to Round 15 action between 1st Grade skipper, Nick Larkin, and 1st Grade batsman, Liam Robertson for the Batting Aggregate Award for 2015/16. Both are level on 607 runs so it will be a straight shoot-out in their Round 15 clash against Fairfield-Liverpool. Can Mark Faraday and Dave Miller sweep to victory on the back of big performances in Round 15 and finals campaigns in 2nd Grade?


Nigel Cowell has seemingly sewn up the Bowling Aggregate Award for 2015/16 barring big hauls from Kieran Tate in the 2nd Grade campaign for a 5th consecutive Albert Cup. The big battle is between Tate and Jack Gibson for the Bowling Average Award with Gibson currently edging in front.


Keep your eye out for our "Five Things We Learned... Round 14" article this afternoon, and an "In the Sheds... Fast Bowlers Union" tomorrow morning.