Saturday's clean sweep over Campbelltown-Camden was the club's third sweep of grades 1 to 5 this season. It earned finals places for grades 1 to 4 for the second season in succession and only the fourth time in the club's history: the other occasions were 2004-05, 2007-08 and 2016-17.
First Grade will appear in the finals for the 13th time since semi-final cricket was introduced in 1952-53. It will be the 21st visit to the finals for Seconds, the 23rd for Thirds and the 17th for Fourths.
Ed Cowan brought Saturday's First Grade match with Campbelltown-Camden to a rapid conclusion by hammering five 6s in the space of 13 balls. This was reminiscent of his hitting against Northern District last season, when he ended the game by hitting four sixes in an over. But he hasn't quite matched the club record of five sixes in an over, by John Saint against Petersham-Marrickville's representative off-spinner, Wayne Mulherin, in 1994-95.
Hayden Kerr's blistering 53 from only 32 balls, with four sixes (any more and we'd need to describe his innings as Cowanesque) was his eighth half-century of the season and took him past 700 runs in his first full season in First Grade.
In Second Grade, Matt Powys (54), Ryan Danne (67) and Dugald Holloway (72 not out) each hit his highest score for the club in Seconds, although back in 2013-14, Dugald hit 104 not out for Easts in Seconds against a Sutherland attack that included Daniel Fallins. Matt Powys passed 500 runs for the season during his innings.
Jack Hill has passed 4000 runs for the club in all grades. He's the 37th player to reach that milestone.
Steve Hobson has passed 3500 runs for the club in all grades. He becomes the 48th player to reach that milestone for Sydney University.