The match against Sydney was Tim Ley’s 200th appearance in Sydney First Grade (18 of which were for Eastern Suburbs).

Liam Robertson hit his fourth First Grade century, a dominant, match-winning 105 against Sydney. During this innings he passed 3000 runs in First Grade, becoming the 17th player to reach that milestone for Sydney University. He also took his tally for the club in all grades to 5905, passing Ash Cowan to become the 12th highest run scorer in the club’s history.

When he caught Sydney’s Ben Manenti on Saturday, First Grade keeper, Tim Cummins, passed 50 dismissals for the club in Firsts: he now has 45 catches and 7 stumpings. He has been placed on Milestone Watch for next week, as his three catches on Saturday took him to 249 dismissals in his First Grade career (215 caught and 34 stumped - rather a lot of them for Penrith).

Hayden Kerr has been selected to make his Futures League debut for ACT/NSW Country in the match against Western Australia starting today.

Nick Walker’s 104 not out against Sydney was his first century for Sydney University, his fourth in Second Grade and his sixth altogether in Premier Cricket (the others being made for University of NSW).

Charlie Cassell followed his rapid 70 not out (his first fifty for the club, struck from only 59 balls) with his best bowling figures for the club - 4-19 in the Second Grade match agaisnt Sydney.

Jack Lawson returned his best bowling figures in Second Grade, taking 4-42 against Sydney.

During his innings of 37 against Sydney, Steve Hobson passed 2500 in Second Grade for the club. He now has 3693 runs in all grades, passing Rob Crittenden (3664) to move into 44th place on the club’s list of run-scorers.

Jazz Rinka followed his first wicket in Third Grade with four more, taking 5-35 against Sydney - his second five wicket haul for the club. It included his 50th wicket for the club.

During his innings of 22 against Sydney, Jack Hill passed 1500 runs for the club in Third Grade.

Tom Fullerton, with 59 against Sydney in Fourth Grade, posted his third half-century for the club, as well as passing 500 runs for the club in all grades.

Brodie Frost’s ridiculous figures of 3-1 against Sydney (from four legal deliveries and a wide) were his best for the club in Fifth Grade.