Chasing Woodville’s formidable 8/390, Winter batted all of Sunday to secure the points for his team and also enter the club’s record books with its highest ever First Grade score.
Winter, 21, has now scored 822 runs in nine innings at an average of 102.75, after making 176 and 184 earlier this season.
Tom Andrews (120) and Conor McInerney (96) underpinned Woodville’s large total on Saturday.
Tea Tree Gully banked first innings points against Port Adelaide before a late chase for an outright win had some tense moments.
Medium-pacer Tim Evans ripped through Port Adelaide’s middle order on Saturday, taking 5/11 off 10 overs as Port was dismissed for 129. Adam Somerfield (48) and Matthew Weaver (66) guided the Bulls past Port’s first innings before it lost 5/6 to hold a 59-run lead, Nick Benton finishing with 6/43 off 17 overs. Port then made 170 in its second innings – an overall lead of 111 – but hit back to have Tea Tree Gully 6/62 from the remaining 15 overs.
Tim Oakley (4/26) and Adam Somerfield (3/38) were the pick of the bowlers for the Bulls in their second turn in the field while Port captain Benton finished with 10 wickets for the match by taking 4/22 late on Sunday.
Adelaide University proved too strong for Prospect after Peter Wilson blasted a career-high 153 to allow Uni to declare at 8/326. Prospect captain Ben Turley led the response with an impressive 151 but his side was dismissed for 270. Bailey Wightman and Zach Schwarz both claimed three wickets for the home side while Will Daniel was best with the ball for the Pirates with figures of 5/56 from his 18 overs.
East Torrens recovered from 7/32 to reach 139 and then dismissed West Torrens for 132 win the Quinn-Isaac Cup in a thriller at Park 25 No 1.
Coby Cornish (41) and Daniel Leigh (23) added 40 runs for the last wicket and it proved the difference, West Torrens slumping to 8/114 at stumps and then losing its last two wickets after a rain delay on Sunday. Tate Robins (3/25) was the most successful East Torrens bowler while Spencer Johnson, Ben Williams and Daniel Drew took three wickets each for West Torrens.
Ladder leader Kensington’s top order continued its good run of form against Northern Districts but the Browns were two wickets short of taking first innings points from the rain-affected game at Parkinson Oval. Kensington raced to 3/259 after 72 overs thanks to John Dalton (112 not out) and captain Jake Brown (65) and then had the Jets 8/106 but Trent Pascoe (53 not out) and Cooper Thompson (12 not out) held on for the draw.
Rain and a wet pitch cut short the game at Price Memorial Oval. Southern District reached 246 on Saturday, led by Brendan McCormack (61) and Josh Barrett (51). Sturt’s English off-spinner Euan Woods took 5/44 from 32 overs.
Adelaide had the bye.
Best with the bat …
233 n.o.:Jake Winter (Glenelg)
153: Peter Wilson (Adelaide University)
151: Ben Turley (Prospect)
120: Tom Andrews (Woodville)
112 n.o.:John Dalton (Kensington)
Best with ball …
6/43: Nick Benton (Port Adelaide)
5/11: Tim Evans (Tea Tree Gully)
5/44: Euan Woods (Sturt)
5/56: Will Daniel (Prospect)