Devlin Malone, with 5-64 against Fairfield-Liverpool, took his fifth five-wicket haul for the club - and remained the leading wicket-taker in the First Grade competition this season. His second wicket on Sunday was his 100th wicket for Sydney University in First Grade.
On Sunday, Ed Cowan moved past the former NSW. Northern District and Sydney batsman Dom Thornley (7407) to become (with 7419) the 87th highest run scorer in the history of Sydney First Grade cricket. He has also opened the season with two successive scores of 69: suggestions that Craig Tomko managed something along these lines back in the 1980s remain under investigation.
Hayden Kerr, with two ferocious innings in the T20 matches on Sunday, passed 1000 runs in First Grade.
Liam Robertson, in the T20 match against Western Suburbs, played his 150th match in First Grade.
When Ben Joy dismissed Fairfield-Liverpool’s Russell Wilcoxon on Saturday, he became the fourth player to take 200 wickets in Second Grade for Sydney University, following Chris McRae, Tom Kierath and Josh Toyer.
Ryan Danne, with 143 against Fairfield-Liverpool, hit his highest score for the club, his second century for the club and his first century in Second Grade.
Steve Hobson’s 104 against Fairfield-Liverpool on Saturday was his 13th century for the club and his 8th in Seconds - only club chairman Adam Theobald (13) has scored more in Seconds.
Jack Hill, with 94 against Fairfield-Liverpool, was dismissed in the nineties for the third time in his Third Grade career.
Also dismissed in the nineties - but for the first time - was Lewis Ansell, whose 91 against Fairfield-Liverpool in Fifth Grade was his highest score for the club.
And one we missed last week: during his century in Firsts against Fairfield-Liverpool, Ben Trevor-Jones passed 2000 runs for the club in all grades.