Worcestershire duo Tom Kohler-Cadmore and George Rhodes were frustrated by the weather in Australia this weeend.
Kohler-Cadmore had been looking to build on his impressive start to first grade cricket for Penrith Panthers after scoring 176 runs in his first two innings.
But the opening day of the Sydney Grade Cricket clash with visiting Bankstown last weekend had been washed out and only nine overs were possible on the second day today.
In that period Bankstown reached 24-1 from nine overs before the match was abandoned as a draw.
It means Kohler-Cadmore has gone three weeks without any time at the crease since October 24.
He is averaging 88 in the first grade competition – in contrast to his three scores of 14, 0 and 6 in the T20 competition.
Rhodes suffered a similar fate with North Canberra Gungahlin in the Australian Capital Territory first grade match away to Queanbeyan District.
The 50 over match was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Rhodes confirmed: "We've been washed out this week and we have had an absolute load of rain."
The all-rounder had been looking to continue his good form with the ball and he occupies second spot in the Northies bowling averages with seven wickets at 19.71 runs apiece.