Opening pair Mary Waldron (38) and Jacinta Goodger-Chandler (50) helped Glenelg lock away its first win in the team's history, over Sturt. The 84-run opening partnership, and a handy contribution from Amber Cloughessy (19) allowed the Seahorses to manufacture a healthy total, closing their innings 1/120. The crafty work of Mikayla Mark (3/18) and Rachael Brown (2/22) allowed Glenelg to restrict the Blues to 8/89. 

Southern District relished its third win in as many weeks, securing the points over West Torrens at home. Ella Wilson lead the charge for the Stingrays, notching up 32 from the same number of deliveries. Supported by Gemma Kennedy with ball in hand (3/23) Southern District did its best to restrict the Eagles. West Torrens' Angela Treloar was the all-important wicket, coasting to 39 before falling to Kennedy.

Northern Districts made it two wins on the road, chasing down Kensington with an over to spare. Losing the toss and being sent in, it was the usual suspects leading the way for Kensington. Captain Sarah Lowe (19) and Shae Daly (18) did their best to build a total for the Browns before Chloe Frick collected the former and Sophie Roberts took the bails off of the latter. Requiring 91 for victory, Northern Districts trio Stephanie Beazleigh (27), Cate Dunemann (26) and Katie Rowe (22) took care of the total. 

Next week will see top of the table Southern District take on their northern rival, Northern Districts, Sturt will face off with West Torrens, and Glenelg meets Kensington at home.