Nicky Craze's excellent 110 against Parramatta was his third century of the season; his third century for the club; his third century in Second Grade; and the third century of his grade career.  In the process, he passed 500 runs for the season in Second Grade (a mark reached by only two other batsmen in the competition to date).

Steve Hobson, with 70 against Parramatta in Seconds, passed fifty for the fourth time for the season (but, for the first time, failed to convert his half-century into a century).  It was the 15th time he has passed fifty in Seconds for the club (including seven centuries).

James Crowley's 75 not out against Parramatta was his third half-century, and highest score, in Second Grade.

Charles Litchfield, with 70 against Parramatta, passed fifty in Third Grade for the second time.  In the process, he passed 1000 runs for the club in all grades.

Matt Powys continued his remarkably consistent form with 66 in Thirds against Parramatta, which was the seventh time he has passed fifty for the club (and the sixth time in Third Grade).

Tom Fullerton, with 4-30 against Parramatta in Fourth Grade, captured his best bowling figures for the club.

Nick Mortimer continued his rich vein of form, hammering 18 4s and four 6s in his 127 against Parramatta in Fifth Grade.  This was Nick's second century for the club, his second century in successive innings, and his first century in Fifth Grade.

Max Veltro's 74 against Blacktown in Metropolitan Cup was his second successive half-century and his highest score for the club.

Zohirul Islam's 64 in Metropolitan Cup against Blacktown was his fifth half-century for the club (including two centuries).

Muhammad Ghumman's burst of 4-12 against Blacktown in Metropolitan Cup gave him his best bowling figures for the club.