Ross Whiteley is top of the batting and bowling averages for Prospect CC who compete in the South Australian Cricket Association first grade.
The Worcestershire all-rounder has scored 377 runs at an average of 41.89 and has picked up 11 wickets at an average of 26.73.
Whiteley's run tally includes 106 against Adelaide University and 98 not out against Sturt and his runs have been accumulated at a strike rate of 65.1 per 100 balls.
His overall bowling figures are 82-8-294-11 and he has a strike rate of 44.73 and an economy rate of 3.59 runs per over.
Whiteley's efforts have been unable to prevent Prospect from occupying bottom spot in the current table and they have 40 points – 10 adrift of Northern Districts.
This weekend they will contest the second day of the home match with Southern District who recovered from 98-5 to reach 337-7 on the opening day.
Meanwhile, county colleague Joe Clarke has passed the 600 run mark in all matches for South Perth CC.
The England Under-19 player has scored nine half centuries – six in the Western Australian Cricket Association first grade and three in the Colts League – and he has amassed 641 runs at an average of 40.06.
Clarke is second in the WACA first grade batting averages with 353 runs at 44.13 at a strike rate of 70.6. He is the second highest run scorer behind Hilton Cartwright (418 at 38.00).
South Perth will tomorrow (Saturday) start a two day match at home to leaders Joondalup.
Worcestershire duo Ben Cox and Jack Shantry will be part of the Greenvale Kangaroos side who will start a two day away game against Monash Tigers in the Victorian Premier Cricket Bartercard Men's Premier Firsts competition.
Joe Leach's side, North Canberra Gungahlin, will have to chase a sizeable total on the second day of their Australian Capital Territory first grade match against home side ANU who scored 266-6 last weekend.
In the same competition, Ed Barnard's team, Queanbeyan District, will resume on 47-0 in reply to visiting Ginninderra's 208 all out.