Although the win proved elusive for Guy and his teammates, the 28-year-old was still happy to share the achievement in front of family and friends.
“It’s pretty special reaching this milestone,” Guy said.
“It wasn’t the best game for us or me personally, but I had family visiting from overseas and obviously to reach that milestone at the home ground made it a nice moment.
"One of the goals I had when I first started playing was to play a lot of First Grade cricket and get my name on the board, so it’s really special to finally reach that goal.”
After debuting in the 2009-10 season, Guy quickly made a name for himself amongst the Bears’ hierarchy, playing no less than eight games after the 2011-12 season.
Guy’s versatility has always been on show, with the ability to bat anywhere in the order, the dynamic right-hander scored a career high 511 runs from just 10 matches in the 2016/17 season.
Guy said he has been able to grow and adapt over his cricket journey.
“Coming in as a youngster and playing certain roles down the order, it helped me develop quite a bit. I’ve also been able to come in and bat at three, four and five, so that has pretty much given me the opportunity to stay in the team," he said.
“I’ve had a few form slumps, like everyone has, but having the versatility to bat anywhere in the top order has definitely helped me stay in the team for as long as I have.”
Although the season hasn’t quite gone to plan for Bayswater-Morley, Guy believes his tenth-placed Bears have what it takes to put the season back on track and make a late charge towards finals.
“It’s definitely a goal of ours,” he said.
“We speak about it often and a lot during the preseason. We want to play finals cricket, but we’ve got a lot of work to do to get there and if we can win our next few games and win convincingly, then who knows.
“We’ve been a young side, but we’ve played a lot of cricket together and we should be doing a bit better than what we are. It’s frustrating for us to not play consistent cricket within games, we’ll have good sessions, but not quite put a full performance together like we should.”
While finals are the ultimate team goal for every player, Guy is keen to continue playing his role for the Bears and get amongst the runs to help the club he loves return to the top.
“I’ve been here since under 15’s and I’ve always enjoyed playing for the Bears,” he said.
“It’s a family here, I play for the family culture and the mates, that’s the main driver for me and it has been for a long time.
“I guess my personal goal is to get one or two centuries and really play my role for the team. I want to play with freedom and help the team play finals cricket, play consistent cricket and build partnerships and help close out games as well.”
Bayswater-Morley take on Subiaco-Floreat in a One Day match at Floreat Park on Saturday, January 12.