Tom Kohler-Cadmore's side Penrith Panthers are on course headng into 2016 to reach the knockout stages of the Sydney Grade Cricket Belvidere Cup.
And the Worcestershire batsman has played a leading role in helping the Panthers end the current year in fourth spot in the 20 team table.
Kohler-Cadmore is Penrith's leading run-scorer with 356 from six innings at an average of 71.20 including two centuries.
He has had scores of 50, 126, 6, 150 not out, 14 and 10.
Kohler-Cadmore's opening partner, John Di Bartolo, with 322 runs at 40.25, and Matthew Hopkins, 282 runs at 35.25, are the other main contributors with the bat during the opening three months of the campaign.
Penrith have won five of their eight matches and are currently on 30 points – the same as St. George CC and Bankstown CC in second and third spot respectively.
The team to beat at the moment are Sydney who head the way with 42 points but it is the top six who qualify for the latter stages.
Kohler-Cadmore will have rejoined Worcestershire's pre-season preparations before the finale but hopes to make more significant contributions during the next two months.
Sydney Played 8 – Points 42
St George Played 8 – Points 30
Bankstown Played 8 – Points 30
PENRITH PLAYED 8 – POINTS 30
Eastern Suburbs Played 8 – Points 29
Campbelltown Played 8 – Points 28