ENDURING cricketer Grant Lambert just keeps setting records and achieving milestones.
The Marayong man recently set another record playing for Fairfield Liverpool against Penrith in the Sydney Cricket Association competition.
Lambert played his 300th first grade game for the club.
The 35-year-old has now played a triple century of top grade games with the top performer all-rounder scoring 11,142 runs averaging 38.22, and he has taken 622 wickets at 21.02.
The former NSW all-rounder is only one of two players in Sydney Cricket Association history to score more than 11,000 runs and take more than 500 wickets.
Lambert was the 67th capped player for Fairfield Liverpool and made his debut in the 1995-96 season.
At first-class level for NSW, Lambert made 777 runs at 23 and took 53 wickets at 34.