Adelaide University have solidified consecutive West End One-Day Cup appearances, defeating Glenelg at Park 12 on Sunday afternoon.
Will Bosisto (94 not out) and Daniel Kerber (94 from 87) were the stars in Uni’s win, putting on a 178-run first wicket stand, as they chased 218 for victory. Glenelg’s Isaac Higgins (88) had earlier set his side on the right path, however Payas Bidwai was dominant with the ball, picking up 4/32.
Last year’s One-Day champions, East Torrens were unable to hold off Kensington, with the 2018/19 victors back in One-Day contention after missing out last season. Ryan King (68 from 83) top-scored for the visitors, with East Torrens all out for 181. Tom Mackenzie (4/51) picked up the best figures for the match, before Kensington successfully chased down the total with six overs to spare.
Round 10 kicked off in the West End Men's 1st Grade competition with the return to the two-day format.
Tea Tree Gully's Joe Gatting was the standout performer with the bat across the weekend, putting on 140 from 185 balls in the Bulls clash with Adelaide. Gatting, alongside Dylan Holliday (84) helped to build a firm total for the visitors, however Tea Tree Gully's middle order suffered at the hands of Tynan Economou (5/41). The Bulls were eventually dismissed for 353, leaving Adelaide with a hefty total to chase.
Sturt's Corey Kelly collected his career best bowling figures (6/78) in his side's clash with Kensington, with a performance that dismissed both of the Brown's openers. Kensington finished the day all out for 271, with Jake Brown (67) top-scoring, while the Blues will resume 1/15.
Prospect welcomed the return of Peter Hatzoglou from KFC BBL|10 duties, with the leg-spinner collecting 3/36 up against Southern District at home. Prospect started well with the ball, dismissing the Stingrays for 189, however struggled to capitalise with the bat and will resume 5/47 on Saturday.
East Torrens made light work of Northern Districts on the first day, dismissing the visitors for 132, with Tate Robins collecting 4/31 from his 10 overs. It was a similar story for Port Adelaide (134), who struggled up against Woodville, while Conor McInerney (68) and Harvey Brennan (78 not out) led from the front.
Glenelg put on a defendable first day total (226) in its meeting with Adelaide Uni, with Josh Roach (91 from 205) the top performer. Uni's Sam Kerber (3/51) and Liam Greber (3/43) each collected a trio of wickets.