Adelaide enjoyed its second win of the season, knocking over Northern Districts by 176 runs. Josh Pengelley led the way, putting on close to the entirety of the winning total himself (157 from 122), alongside Suraj Rejesh (91 not out). Chasing 320, the Jets got off to a shaky start, losing 1/0, followed by key-runscorer, Kabir Luthra who was forced to retire for just 25. Brad Fallon claimed 4/27 including the captain, Mark Cosgrove (2). After Gareth Cox (33) was dismissed, the Jets struggled to bounce back, finishing all out for 144.
Sturt remained in touch with the top of the table, proving victorious in a final over thriller against Port Adelaide. Ben Cooper (59) and Zac Worden (55) helped the Magpies to 9/224 at the close of innings, however Brad Davis (72) stood tall as the Blues closed in on 225 with a single ball to spare in the match.
Tate Robins was the star for East Torrens in his sides win over Woodville. The Reds appeared in trouble, losing 7/84 before Robins stepped to the crease. The number eight batsman smacked 80 from 53 balls, including five boundaries and six maximums, before he fell victim to Ben Turley; one of his 4 wickets for the afternoon. Woodville started strong in response, with opener Conor McInerney scoring a half-century, however hit a road bump as the middle order fell away. In addition to his work with the willow, Robins picked up 4/38, alongside brother Luke who snagged 3/15 in the win.
Kensington suffered its first loss of the season, falling to Adelaide University at home. After dismissing the visitors for 203 with three balls remaining, Uni faced an early scare losing Will Bosisto (1) and Daniel Kerber (24) cheaply. Those woes were quickly forgotten however, when Sam Kerber (79) and Kyle Brazell (79 not out) stepped up to the plate, and the home side found its way to 204 with four overs in the bank. Liam Greber was the standout with ball in hand for University, collecting 4/31 from his 10 overs.
Glenelg continued its push for top four standing with a win over Prospect. The home side managed to put 186 on the board, a total which the visitors chased down in under 30 overs. Jake Winer was key in his sides success, putting on his best batting performance of the season so far (112 not out), alongside Ben Bullimore (62 not out).
West Torrens collected a fourth win for the season thus far, knocking off Tea Tree Gully at Henley Grange Memorial Oval. Nick Maegraith (3/23) and Daniel Drew (3/24) helped to restrict the Bulls runs, before Bailey Capel (61 not out) continued his fine patch of form, as the Eagles ticked over the total in 28.2 overs.
The final four have been decided in the West End Men's Twenty20 Cup with last year's finalists Adelaide University and East Torrens facing off with Woodville and Kensington respectively. All four finished the final round of the Twenty20 competition with a win, as did Adelaide and Prospect, while Port Adelaide had the bye.