Tom Jagot Chalks Up 100 UTS North Sydney 1st Grade Appearances

Tom and Jack James pile on 177 against Wests this season

As he led his team onto the field for round 9’s match against Campbelltown-Camden, Tom Jagot notched up his 100th first grade appearance for the Bears.

Tom joined the club in 2015 having previously played for UNSW and Randwick-Petersham. Tom became first grade cap number 644 before battling injury in the back end of his first season at the club. He cemented his place in the top grade the following season with a commanding hundred against Easts. From that point on, he has relentlessly piled on the runs.

Tom has scored over 600 runs in each of the past four seasons, with his 984 runs in 2018/19 earning him a NSW Premier Cricket Merit Team cap and the runner-up position in the coveted O’Reilly Medal for the NSW Premier Cricket player of the year. He has piled on 8 first grade hundreds and has developed the habit of making them big ones – with his last three clocking in at 156, 149* and 141.

The T.Jagot experience

In 2018/19, Tom hit an undefeated 125 as he and Adam Crosthwaite shared a club-record fourth wicket partnership of 261 and mowed down Sydney’s total of 380 at Drummoyne Oval. Tom has featured in six other partnerships in excess of 150, including 204 with Tim Reynolds against St George in Round 6 of the current season.

All up, Tom’s first grade runs for the Bears total 3,708 at an average of 43.12. His form in the past three seasons has been spectacular, scoring 2,344 runs at an average of 52.33.

Tom was rewarded with selection in a NSW XI in each of the two previous seasons and has represented the Sydney Sixers academy team. He was also selected in the Bears’ team of the decade for the 2010s.

Media courtesy of Tony Johnson, David James and Sarah Berman. Tom is proudly supported by Len Wallis Audio.