16 January 1971
Paul McCann took 9-45 in 3rd Grade vs North Sydney at Sutherland Oval – the best bowling figures in 3rds.
16 January 2000
Phil Jaques scored 170 not out in P-G Shield vs Western Suburbs at Pratten Park – the then record score in PGs. It was the first match played on the newly-laid pitch square at Pratten and rather spoiled the Wests club’s party!
16 January 2011
Shane Watson scored 161no in an ODI match vs England at the MCG. He won the Player of the Match award.
16 January 2010
Steve Smith scored 134 not out off 67 balls in a 1st Grade L/O match vs Mosman at Allan Border Oval. He hit 15 fours & 9 sixes, including one batting left-handed on a free hit after a no-ball!
17 January 1970
Les Ritchie scored 101 in 1st Grade vs Bankstown-Canterbury at Caringbah Oval. He scored his century off 59 balls in 45 minutes – still the fastest century in 1sts in terms of minutes batted.
17 January 2006
Phil Jaques scored 109 in the first innings of the Sheffield Shield match vs Victoria at Lismore.
17 January 2012
Jonathan Rose stumped four batsmen off the bowling of Daniel Fallins in the AW Green Shield match vs Western Suburbs at Pratten Park, equalling the record for most stumpings in an innings for the club set by Ken Lamb off the bowling of Anthony Hale in the 1985-86 season.
19 January 2017
Steve Smith scored 108no in an ODI match vs Pakistan at the WACA. He won the Player of the Match award.
19 January 2020
Steve Smith scored 131 in an ODI match vs India at Bangalore.
20 January 2007
Steve Smith scored 119 in 1st Grade vs Western Suburbs at Caringbah Oval – the youngest player to score a century in 1sts (aged 17 years 232 days).
21 January 1982
Steve Rixon scored 124 in the first innings of the Sheffield Shield match vs Victoria at St.Kilda.
21 January 1986
Steve Rixon took 4 catches in the second innings of the 3rd unofficial Test vs South Africa at Johannesburg, giving him 10 dismissals for the match.
21 January 1987
John Dyson scored 101 in the second innings of the 3rd unofficial Test vs South Africa at Durban.
21 January 1987
Sutherland were joint AW Green Shield premiers after drawing with Gordon at Caringbah Oval.
Sutherland 7/236 dec (Chris O’Hara 56, Trent Woodhill 54, Greg Davison 44, Darrell Mann 31, Anthony Hale 24) drew with Gordon 2/155.
21 January 2005
Stuart Clark took 5-91 off 26 overs in the second innings of the Sheffield Shield match vs South Australia at Adelaide Oval.
21 January 2017
Kyle Brockley (100) & Jake Wilson (38) put on 129 for the 9th wicket in 1st Grade vs Parramatta at Old Kings Oval breaking the previous 9th wicket record for 1sts of 103 by Les Ritchie & Brian Stephen in 1969-70 (when Les scored the fastest century in 1sts). Earlier in the season, Kyle (71) & Jake (42no) broke the 10th wicket partnership record for 1sts when they put on 119 vs Bankstown at Glenn McGrath Oval on 3 December 2016. They took the score from 9/88 before lunch to 10/207 at tea, breaking the record set by Daniel Rixon & Chad Gilmour (see 22 January 2011 below). Play was extended for 30 minutes at the scheduled lunch break as we were 9 down and then play was extended by 30 minutes at the scheduled tea break as we were still 9 down!
22 January 1983
David Cosgrove took 6-66 in the second innings in 3rd Grade vs Macquarie University at Sutherland Oval. He took 4-22 in the first innings the previous week, giving him match figures of 10-88.
22 January 2011
Daniel Rixon and Chad Gilmour broke the 1st Grade 10th wicket partnership record that had stood since 1968-69 (77 by Ted Cotton & Brian Stephen). They put on 81 against Sydney University at Glenn McGrath Oval, with Daniel scoring 63 and Chad being left stranded on 16 not out. Earlier in the season (on 20 November), Chad had broken the 10th wicket partnership record in 2nd Grade with Grant Davies, surpassing the previous record that had stood since 1981-82 (60 by Darren Smith & Ken Williams). Grant scored 83 not out and Chad made 33 (the only time he passed 20 in 142 matches for the club) as they put on 71 against Bankstown at Bankstown Oval.
1st Grade Debuts:
16 January – 1975: Paul McDougall
17 January – 1987: Greg Fitzgerald
19 January – 1985: Mark Chapman
20 January – 1968: Graeme Marston, Brian Stephen; 1979: Wayne Larkins
22 January – 2011: Matthew Hopkins