Ben Joy produced an outstanding opening spell in First Grade on Saturday, dismissing both of University of NSW’s leading batsmen. The wicket of Matthew Gilkes was Joy’s 413th for the club, taking him level with Michael Culkoff, and when he removed David Dawson his 414th wicket made Ben the tenth-highest wicket-taker in the club’s history.
With two wickets against University of NSW, Devlin Malone maintained his place as the leading wicket-taker in this season’s First Grade competition, two wickets ahead of another leg-spinner from the Shire, Daniel Fallins of Sutherland.
Ryan McElduff’s match-winning 111 in Second Grade against University of NSW was his first century in Premier Cricket.
During his cameo innings in Second Grade’s run chase against University of NSW, James Larkin passed 3000 runs for the club in all grades.
Ryan Danne’s 84 against University of NSW was his second innings above fifty in Second Grade.
Varun George’s 54 in Seconds against University of NSW was his fourth half-century of the season (including one century).
After six rounds, Alex Shaw is still yet to be dismissed. His unbeaten 21 in Seconds against University of NSW took his tally for the season to 204. Not out.
James Crowley’s 77 against University of NSW was his highest score in Thirds and his third half-century in that grade.
William Masojada, with 6-28 against University of NSW in Fourths, claimed his first five-wicket haul for the club.
Luca Dimeglio, with an outstanding spell of 5-20 in Metropolitan Cup against University of NSW, took his first five-wicket haul for the club.