Sydney University's win in a tense, gripping, exhilarating match at Parramatta gave the club its second title in the First Grade Limited Overs competition (the first coming in 2010-11).

Tim Cummins picked exactly the right moment for his first century in First Grade cricket.  Coing to the crease with his side struggling at 4-86, he began cautiously before finishing in imperious style, hammering 121 not out from only 100 deliveries, with 7 fours and 2 sixes.  No Sydney University player had previously hit a century in the Limited Overs final.  He was the obvious candidate for the Michael Bevan Medal for player of the match, becoming the second Sydney University player to achieve that distinction (after Scott Henry, for his 74 against Jackson Bird and Steve O'Keefe in 2010-11).  To round off the day, he passed both 500 runs for the club and 500 runs in a First Grade season (for the season time in his career: he hit 561 for Penrith in 2015-16).

Liam Robertson, whose cool-headed management of the game was vital in the closing stages of the Limited Overs final, has become the 16th player in the club's history to pass 5500 runs in all grades.

Damien Mortimer's invaluable 71 in the Limited Overs Final was the eighth time he has passed fifty for the club this season and took him past 900 First Grade runs for the first time in his career (he now has 943).

Hayden Storey's epic 163 in Fourth Grade against Bankstown was his first century for the club - in fact, in 14 previous innings his highest score had been 36.  122 of his runs came from boundaries - 20 fours and seven 6s.

Murray Miles completed an unusual hat-trick against Bankstown in Fifth Grade.  He had Bankstown's Alex Kouventaris caught form the last ball of Bankstown's first innings; then, when Bankstown batted a second time, he removed Harry Brett and Johann Perera with the first two balls of the innings.

Ashwin Kirubanandan, with 5-67 against University of NSW in Metropolitan Cup, took his first five-wicket haul for the club.