Kensington captain Sarah Lowe won the toss and chose to put her team in to bat first.
It was Breezair SA Scorpion Bridget Patterson (51 off 40 balls) and Eliza Doddridge (35 off 52 balls) who got the Browns off to a flying start, putting on a 94-run opening partnership.
Fellow Scorpions Sarah Lowe (15) and Jordan Doecke (18*) kept the runs flowing, with Kensington finishing their 20 overs on 3/131.
Sturt’s Emma de Broughe took 2-30 from four overs, making her the Blues’ standout with the ball.
In reply, Sturt struggled to create a notable batting partnership, with captain Eliza Bartlett (22 off 42 balls) attempting to hold together the innings with wickets continuously falling around her.
With Rhiannon Peate being the next highest run scorer with just eight, the Blues were all out for just 49 in the 16th over.
Kensington’s Kelly Armstrong was unstoppable with the ball, with figures of 3-10 off four overs, while Lowe and Doddridge supported well with two wickets each.
Both Kensington and Sturt are also in contention for finals in the one-day competition, currently sitting second and third respectively.