Tom Kohler-Cadmore's side Penrith Panthers return to two-day action this weekend with a Sydney Grade Cricket first grade match away to Fairfield-Liverpool.
The Worcestershire batsman has helped Penrith to win back to back 50 over matches and they are currently lying in joint second spot with 36 points and six victories from nine matches.
Kohler-Cadmore has now passed the 400 run mark this winter, having scored 403 from seven innings at an average of 67.17.
Fairfield are currently lying in ninth spot with 26 points and the match with Penrith will be concluded next weekend (January 23).
Sydney Played 9, Points 48
Bankstown Played 9, Points 36
PENRITH Played 9, Points 36
Eastern Suburbs Played 9, Points 35
St. George Played 9, Points 30
Randwick-Petersham Played 9, Points 30
Tom Fell's side Mount Lawley entertain leaders Rockingham-Mandurah in a Western Australia Cricket Association first grade encounter.
Fell, the County's leading run-getter in the County Championship, in 2015, has scored 19 runs in three knocks for Mount Lawley since flying out in early December.
His side have moved up to 12th spot in the 16 team table – 10 points off the top six who will qualify for the knockout stages.
Rockingham will provide a stern test and they have won eight of their opening 10 matches.
In the same competition, Worcestershire all-rounder Alex Hepburn will look to continue his recent good form for Willetton Dragons who entertain Subiaco Floreat CC.
Hepburn scored 57 and returned 4-37 against Wanneroo and then 2-18 versus South Perth in last weekend's double header.
George Rhodes is in similarly good form for North Canberra Gungahlin who this weekend start a two-day ACT Douglas Cup match against Ginninderra.
The Northies lie in fifth spot in the eight team table from which the top four qualify. The match will be concluded on January 23.