The 17-year-old year old top-scored for the Eagles with 34 and then went on to take 4/36, including the important wicket of Northern Districts’ opener Mary Waldron (8).
The Eagles had a number of contributors with the bat to reach 8/183 including Ange Treloar (24), Caroline Ward (28) and Lucy Meyer (30 not out).
The Jets were dismissed for just 140 in reply, despite a fighting 45 from Sophie Roberts, with the final wicket falling in the 33rd over.
Kensington’s Eliza Doddridge continued her fine form from the T20 format, posting 69 from 59 balls against Sturt.
Doddridge was also impressive with the ball, nabbing 3/21 from seven overs and helping to dismiss the Blues for just 119, who were in pursuit of 233.
Sarah Lowe (32) and Shae Daly (33) provided solid support for Doddridge, while Stacey Oates (4/44) was the most damaging with the ball for Sturt.