Iles took the reins, with skipper Tegan McPharlin unavailable, and wasted little time in removing Annie O’Neil (6), Eliza Bartlett (6) and Amelia Rault (duck) all cheaply.

Steph Beazleigh (21) and Tarlee Meaney (25) helped the Jets to 2/56 within 13 overs.

Kensington captain Sarah Lowe produced a solid allround performance, making 28 runs and taking figures of 3/10 against Port Adelaide.

Francesa Queale (29) and Bella Smith (18) also made an impact with the bat, leading the Browns to 8/113 after 20 overs.

Ramanpreet Kaur led the charge for the Magpies, taking 3/11 and making 23 runs, the highest for her side, but Port were dismissed for just 78.

West Torrens’ Angela Treloar (34), Brooke Harris (26) and Kayla McGrath (26) helped put 5/117 on the board for their side.

Despite their best efforts, Southern District fell 14 runs short of victory, with the batting lineup led by Ella Wilson (33 off 22 balls) and player/coach Hannah Perry (28).

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