Tom Kohler-Cadmore's side, Penrith Panthers will be bidding for a SIXTH successive win when they visit Campbelltown-Camden for a two-day game in the Sydney Grade Cricket first grade tomorrow and Sunday.
The Worcestershire batsman has played a substantial role in the Panthers climbing into third spot in the 20 team table with seven wins from their opening 10 matches.
Penrith are level on points with Bankstown and have cut the gap on leaders Sydney to just six points.
The top six qualify for the knockout stages and Penrith are 12 points clear of seventh placed St. George CC.
But Campbelltown have their own aspirations of making the play-offs and are currently occupying sixth spot.
Sydney Played 10 – Points 48
Bankstown 10 – 42
PENRITH 10 – 42
Manly-Warringah 10 – 35
Eastern Suburbs 10 – 35
Campbelltown-Camden 10 – 34
St. George 10 – 30
Alex Hepburn and Tom Fell's side will resume battle in the Western Australia Cricket Association first grade with the match between Willetton Dragons and Mount Lawley evenly poised.
Mount Lawley will continue their second innings on 74-2 – an overall lead of 61.
It was Hepburn's unbeaten 34 which shepherded Willetton into a first innings lead of 13 at 121-9 after dismissing Mount Lawley for 108.
Fell was dismissed twice last weekend, for nine and a first ball duck, but Mount Lawley are well in contention heading into the second day.
Worcestershire all-rounder George Rhodes's team, North Canberra Gungahlin, will begin a two-day ACT Premier Cricket first grade match away to Tuggeranong Valley.
The Northies are occupying fourth spot in the eight team table while Tuggeranong are currently second from bottom.
The match will be concluded on February 6.
*We will be featuring a question and answer session with Alex Hepburn on the Worcs CCC website.