Tom Kohler-Cadmore will switch from two-day to 50 over cricket for the first time this winter when Penrith Panthers entertain Randwick-Petersham in a Sydney Grade Cricket first grade clash tomorrow.
The Worcestershire batsman has enjoyed an excellent run of form Down Under with 346 runs in five innings at an average of 86.50 with two centuries.
He is placed 11th in the list of the SGC run-getters – having played less games than most of the players above him – after scores of 50, 126, 6, 150 and 14.
The clash with Randwick will be the final one before a three week break for Christmas-New Year before a return to action on January 9.
Three other Worcestershire players in George Rhodes, Alex Hepburn and Tom Fell will be in day two action tomorrow.
All-rounder Rhodes will be looking for more success with the ball as North Canberra Gungahlin conclude a ACT Premier Cricket first grade match with visiting Weston Creek Molonglo.
Rhodes was second top scorer with 36 last weekend as the Northies totalled 209 to which Weston Creek replied with 60-3.
He is his side's joint leading wicket-taker with 12 victims so far this winter.
Hepburn has yet to bat for Willetton Dragons who will resume on 38-2 in reply to home side Fremantle's 209 in the Western Australia Cricket Association first grade match.
In the same competition Tom Fell's club, Mount Lawley, scored 341-5 on day one against visiting Bayswater-Morley with former Worcestershire batsman Michael Klinger scoring 115.
Academy opener Ollie Westbury reverts back to T20 cricket for Hay Park in the Bunbury and District Cricket Association encounters away to Eaton CC and then Collie.
Hay Park have lost the leadership to Colts after three successive defeats in the 50 over competition.
Westbury will be looking to repeat the form of his last T20 outing – 69 and 3-11 in the October win over Leschenault.