After seven matches, Doddridge has compiled 190 runs averaging 31.67, while Daly has collected 12 wickets.
In a 16-run win over Southern District on Sunday morning, Doddridge’s composed 67 from 74 balls, complemented by captain Sarah Lowe’s 18, had Kensington reach 6/108 in 20 overs.
In reply, the Stingrays lost both openers for a duck, while Kylie Rattray (28) and Hannah Armstrong (24) did their best to consolidate the innings.
Daly however, ripped through the top order, taking an impressive 4/7, while Doddridge and Sarah-Jane Jameson took two wickets each, having the Stingrays dismissed for 92.
A nine-wicket win in the afternoon saw Doddridge (39 not out) again leading the pack in the Browns’ successful chase, supported by Shania McKinnon (20) and Rachel Church (21 not out).
Earlier, Northern Districts’ Steph Beazleigh (36) provided a solid platform, however the Jets were slow-scoring, reaching just 5/99 in 20 overs.
West Torrens made 8/91 against Sturt, led by youngster Paris Hall (44 not out), with Sturt’s Abbie Cawse’s 3/21 the pick of the bowlers.
In reply, Amelia Rault (41 not out) and Rhianna Peate (26 not out) were strong in their side’s chase, defeating the Eagles by seven wickets in 14 overs.
Southern District crushed the Eagles in the afternoon, compiling a competitive 6/146, featuring a mature 64 from just 41 balls form Ella Wilson, while Rattray also contributed with a quick-fire 26 from 18 balls.
In reply, West Torrens struggled with the bat, reaching just 8/83.