It's impossible to start anywhere else but with Nick Larkin. The First Grade captain's epic 246 (from 276 balls, in 342 minutes, with five sixes and 25 fours) was the highest score of his career with the club. In the process:
- he hit the 13th century of his First Grade career, drawing equal with Ed Cowan in second place (behind Greg Mail) in University's list of First Grade century-makers;
- he became only the second University player (after Greg Mail, who has three) to score two double-centuries in First Grade;
- he became only the third player (after Greg Mail and Steve Hobson) to score two centuries for Sydney University in any grade;
- he recorded Sydney University's third-highest innings ever in the First Grade competition: he fell just short of the record, 253, shared by Test batsmen Johnny Taylor (against Waverley in 1923-24) and Ed Cowan (against Manly in 2006-07);
- he posted the highest score recorded in the Premier Cricket competition this season; and
- he passed 5500 runs in his First Grade career.
Ben Trevor-Jones has passed 1000 runs in First Grade.
Joe Kershaw (with 4-41) captured the best bowling figures of his First Grade career - which included the first stumping taken from his bowling in his career with the club (an electrifying piece of work down the leg side by Tim Cummins). One of these statistics will please him more than the other.
Jack Holloway has passed 2000 runs for the club in all grades.
Darius Visser's 50 against Mosman was his fifth half-century in Second Grade.
Alex Shaw, with an unbeaten 48 against Mosman, reached his highest score in Second Grade.
Ryan Danne had a memorable match against Mosman in Third Grade. His match-winning 108 was his first century at any level of the game. In the process, he passed 2000 runs for the club in all grades.
Josh Toyer's incisive spell of 4-31 against Mosman included his 50th wicket in Third Grade. He has now passed 350 wickets for the club in all grades.
AJ Grant, whose 2-19 helped Fourth Grade to rout Mosman for 69, collected his 150th wicket for the club in all grades.
Ned Barnet's 5-22 against Mosman in Fifth Grade was his first five-wicket haul for the club.
Nick Mortimer produced a remarkable innings in Metropolitan Cup against University of NSW, blasting 16 fours and six 6s on the way to an unbeaten 161. It was not only his first century for the club, but the highest score ever recorded for the club in the Metropolitan Cup competition.
In Metropolitan Cup's big win over University of NSW, Max Veltro (63) hit his highest score for the club and Prasan Adikarige (4-36) returned his best bowling figures for the club.