Tom Kohler-Cadmore will strive to continue his excellent form Down Under when Penrith Panthers visit Gordon CC for a two day Sydney Grade Cricket first grade match beginning tomorrow.
The Worcestershire batsman scored his second hundred in four innings – a superb 150 not out against Sydney – to earn his side a losing draw last weekend.
He has now amassed 332 runs at an average of 110.67 this winter, having batted a total of nearly 12 hours (707 minutes) at a strike rate of 65.5 to be amongst the top 10 run-getters in the competition.
Penrith are locked in a TEN way tie on 18 points for teams occupying fifth to 14th spot with the top six eventually progressing to the knockout stages.
Day two of the fixture is scheduled for December 12.
George Rhodes will be looking to add more wickets to the three he has already accrued when North Canberra Gungahlin resume their ACT Premier Cricket Douglas Cup clash away to Western District.
Rhodes so far has figures of 3-50 and the Worcestershire all-rounder has taken 11 wickets in five innings for the Northies.
But Western District will start tomorrow in a strong position on 167-3 after bowling out NCG for 164 on day one.
Alex Hepburn will hope to make an impact with the ball on day two of Willetton Dragons WACA first grade match against visiting Gosnells.
Worcestershire all-rounder Hepburn was second top scorer with 49 and helped to lead a Willetton fightback to a challenging 304 all out by the close of day one.
County Academy opener Ollie Westbury's side Hay Park face a top two meeting away to Colts in the Bunbury and District first grade encounter
. Hay Park had their lead cut to three points after losing to Leschenault last weekend to end a run of five successive wins.
They are currently on 24 points and Colts on 21. Westbury scored an unbeaten 111 in the first meeting between the sides in October.