Tom Kohler-Cadmore can reflect on a winter to remember for Penrith Panthers as he flies back to New Road to prepare for the new campaign.
The Worcestershire batsman has departed from the Panthers as their current leading run-scorer for 2015-206 and with them chasing two titles.
Kohler-Cadmore scored 533 runs in 10 innings at an average of 59.22 with two centuries and three fifties to his name.
He is ahead of John DiBartolo (465) and Matthew Hopkins (440) as the Panthers top run-scorer.
Kohler-Cadmore hit 150 not out against Sydney and 126 off the Mosman attack in addition to 64 versus Hawkesbury and exactly 50 against Eastern Suburbs and then Sutherland.
His efforts have helped propel Penrith level on points with Bankstown as joint leaders in the Sydney Grade Cricket first grade.
But in addition Penrith are the leaders of the Sydney Club Championship which combines the results of all five grades of each club.
Penrith strengthened their position at the top with a clean sweep of victories against Sutherland at the weekend.
No doubt Kohler-Cadmore will be keeping an eye on how his Penrith team-mates perform during the finale to the season.
But now his focus will be on looking to continue the form he showed for Worcestershire at the end of last season – including a maiden hundred against Middlesex – as he gears up for the pre-season trip to Abu Dhabi.
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP LEADING POSITIONS
PENRITH 1161.00 points
St George 1001.00
Eastern Suburbs 978.00
Northern District 943.00