Tom Kohler-Cadmore will come face to face with Durham opener Mark Stoneman when Penrith Panthers bid to reach the final of the Sydney Grade Cricket McDonald's Limited overs Cup tomorrow (Sunday).
The Worcestershire batsman will be hoping to help his side to victory against the current holders of the competition in home side Bankstown.
Stoneman has been in fine for his club and scored 117 off 125 balls in the quarter-final victory over Eastern Suburbs for whom England opener Sam Robson scored 90.
Bankstown won all four of their group matches in the competition to finish top and Stoneman followed that hundred up with another 83 last weekend in the six wicket success over North Sydney.
But Kohler-Cadmore's side have also been in excellent recent form and, before last weekend's two-day wash-out against Campbelltown-Camden, had won five matches on the trot.
Stoneman will also remember Kohler-Cadmore's fine 89 when restored to the Worcestershire side for the penultimate County Championship match of last season at the ICG Emirates.
Penrith booked their place in the semi-finals thanks to a three wicket win over Blacktown with two balls to spare.
They were the only side to win away in the quarter-finals.
The other semi-final this Sunday will see Sydney entertain St. George at the Drummoyne Oval.