Ed Cowan was outstanding in New South Wales' Sheffield Shield victory over Victoria in Melbourne during the week.  His 212 was his 23rd first-class century and his second double-century.  It was his highest score for New South Wales and in the course of his innings he passed 6000 runs in Sheffield Shield matches.

During his innings of 35 against Parramatta, Greg Mail passed 500 runs for the season (he now has 506 at 50.60).  This is the 17th occasion on which Greg has scored more than 500 runs in a First Grade season.

Against Parramatta, Hayden Kerr made his first appearance in First Grade outside the Twenty20 competition.  His 42 not out was his highest First Grade score, and he took his first wicket when Ashton May caught Owen Simonsen.

Devlin Malone's 34 against Parramatta was his highest score in First Grade (more than doubling his previous best of 15) and his highest in any grade since he hit two half-centuries in Fifth Grade for Sutherland back in 2013-14. 

Kevin Jacob made his Second Grade debut for the Club.

Angus Cusack's 40 against Parramatta was his highest score for the Club.

Nicholas Powys, whose 56 was a vital innings in Fifth Grade, hit his first half-century for the Club.

Murray Miles, with 3-35 against Parramatta, returned his best bowling figures in Fifth Grade.

In Metropolitan Cup, Ayush Mishra's match-winning 4-38 against Randwick-Petersham was his career-best effort with the ball for the Club.

Ethan Clout, who scored 66 not out against Randwick-Petersham in Metropolitan Cup, hit his highest score and first half-century for the Club.