Nick Larkin's fluent 85 for NSW against Tasmania was his fourth first-class half century (including one century).  His first scoring stroke, a single from the bowling of Alan Fekete, took him to 500 runs in first-class cricket.  He added 115 for the second wicket with Ed Cowan, whose 68 was the 73rd time he has passed fifty in first-class cricket.

When Tim Ley dismissed Bankstown's Rhys Williams on Saturday, he collected his 50th wicket of the season (including 6 in the T20 competition).  This is the second time in his career that Tim has taken 50 wickets in a First Grade seasdon (he managed 59 in 2013-14).  In the long history of the Grade competition, only four other Sydney University bowlers have claimed fifty wickets in more than one First Grade season: Peter James (1969-70, 1971-72 and 1973-74), Stewart Smith (1942-43, 1943-44 and 1945-46), Walter Stack (1911-12 and 1912-13) and John Grimble (1983-84 and 1992-93).

Charles Litchfield made his debut in First Grade against Bankstown.

James Crowley has passed 2000 runs in all grades for the club.

James Larkin's 95 against Bankstown was his seventh score of fifty or more in Seconds (including one century).

Jack Lawson's game-changing spell of 4-14 against Bankstown in Third Grade was his best return for the club in any grade.

Josh Toyer, with 4-27 against Bankstown in Thirds, took his total of wickets for the club to 366.  He's now equal 13th (with leg-spinner of the 1970s and 1980s, Chris Elder) on the club's all-time list of wicket-takers.

Brayden Dilley, 38 not out overnight against Bankstown, has posted his highest score in Thirds.

James Robertson (3-36) and Vince Umbers (3-41) each collected his best bowling figures in Fourths against Bankstown.

Ethan Jamieson (40) hit his highest Fifth Grade score against Bankstown.