Ed Cowan's 115 for New South Wales against Tasmania in the Sheffield Shield match on Saturday was the 24th century of his first-class career.  During his innings (which was the first first-class century ever to be scored in Wollongong) he passed 500 first-class runs for the season and 2000 first-class runs for New South Wales.

Playing for ACT against Tasmania at Manuka Oval last week, Tom Rogers hit 89 (from 149 balls, with 11 fours and two 6s) to record his highest score in the Futures League.

Ed Arnott's valuable 41 against Fairfield-Liverpool equalled his highest score in Second Grade.

Ryan Holcroft (with 4-32) helped to dismiss Fairfield-Liverpool for only 88, helping his side to first innings points on day one, and earning his best Fourth Grade figures in the process.