During his 39 in the first innings for NSW against Western Australia in Perth, Nick Larkin passed 1000 runs in first-class cricket.
Sydney University’s crushing win over Central Coast on Sunday earned the club a place in the Kingsgrove Sports T20 finals for the fourth time. University will meet Campelltown-Camden at Raby Oval next Sunday to play for a place in finals day at the SCG on Sunday 16 December.
Fresh from being awarded his Blue during the week, Hayden Kerr pulverised the Central Coast bowling on Sunday to score 87 not out from only 41 balls, his highest First Grade score.
Joe Kershaw not only returned his best First Grade figures in the T20 match with Central Coast, taking 4-20, but also captured his 50th First Grade wicket in the process.
Varun George made his First Grade debut for the club in the T20 match against Central Coast (having played 17 First Grade games for Mosman).
Josh Toyer, with 5-41 against Hawkesbury, took his ninth five wicket haul in Second Grade.
Steve Hobson’s clinically brutal 98 against Hawkesbury was his 19th innings above fifty in Seconds (including eight hundreds).
Jack Hill had the opportunity to set an unbeatable record by scoring a third 90 in Thirds this season. But instead, he chose to carry on to 123 against Hawkesbury, equalling Nick Ridley’s club record of four centuries in Third Grade. It was his eighth century for the club in all grades.
Charles Litchfield’s 106 against Hawkesbury was his third hundred for the club, and second in Third Grade.
Against Hawkesbury, Vince Umbers and Matt Moran both played their first Third Grade game for the club (although Moran has previously played in that grade for Mosman).
Liam Coelho’s 105 against Hawkesbury in Fifths was his first century for the club.