Tom Kohler-Cadmore scored his second century in four knocks for Penrith Panthers as they drew with visiting Sydney in a Sydney Grade Cricket first grade encounter.
The Worcestershire batsman followed up his 126 against Mosman with a superb 150 not out on day two.
He has now scored 332 runs in four knocks for Penrith in first grade cricket at an average of 110.66 as he continued the excellent form demonstrated at the end of the campaign at New Road.
Kohler-Cadmore, who finished top of Worcestershire's LV = County Championship batting averages, faced only 143 balls and hit six sixes and 12 fours.
Sydney had resumed in their first innings on 139-7 and were quickly bowled out for 155 to restrict their first innings lead to 29.
Kohler-Cadmore then shared in partnerships of 58 with J Di Bartolo (43) and 148 for the second wicket with M Hopkins (38).
His knock enabled Penrith to declared in their second innings at 254-3 from 50 overs – a lead of 225.
In reply Sydney reached 43-2 off 15 overs by the close but had to be content with first innings points after Kohler-Cadmore's superb knock.