Peterson spoke to Dawood of his angle of his run-up and about using different angles when bowling.
Dawood, who has captured a career-best 13-159 in January 2017, is destined to join the national academy later in 2018.
“Robbie P first worked with me three years ago and yesterday he also gave me some tips. It was great,” said Dawood.
“He also spoke to me about the mental part of the game and I was chuffed to have him there.
“One of those mental tips was to be unafraid of being boring and being consistent. Do the right things repetitively,” Dawood said.
Dawood is a spinner who can bamboozle teams with ease. He did it in his previous match when he captured 4-33 to propel Western Province to a comfortable win against Gauteng. It was the fourth consecutive win in the Sunfoil Three-Day Cup by Qaasim Adams and his colleagues.
“We want to make it six wins out of six,” said Dieter Swanepoel, strength and conditioning coach of Western Province.
“KwaZulu-Natal Coastal is far ahead of us and even academically, we won’t have a chance of eclipsing them.
“But we are a proud team and we can only focus on what we can control. We would obviously need some help from other teams to reach the final.
“I am impressed with the way that the young players in the Western Province squad has performed, like Junaid, Matthew Goles, Jack Newby and Zac Elkin,” said Swanepoel.
The team playing against the club X1 will feature at least two players who have represented South Africa A – Jason Smith and the skipper, Adams.
“The team is in a great space right now,” said Swanepoel.
The Western Province squad: Matthew Kleinveldt, Matthew Goles, Jack Newby, Jason Smith, Qaasim Adams (capt), Dayyaan Galiem, Carlos Koyana, Junaid Dawood, Myolisi Fumba, Renaldo Meyer, Mpilo Njoloza, Zack Elkin, Taariq Chiecktey, Tshepo Moreki.