East Torrens reached 4/312 from its 50 overs on the back of Lehmann’s stunning 146-ball knock, the club’s highest score for a one-day game.
Adelaide University replied with 7/290, after opener Jake Weatherald hit 44 from 25 balls and recruit Campbell Vadlja made 73. Leg-spinner Adam Zampa took 4/46 from 10 overs.
Tea Tree Gully captain Matthew Weaver (104 off 74 balls) and State captain Travis Head (56) rushed their side past Northern Districts’ 192 with more than 21 overs to spare at Salisbury Oval. The Bulls' Adam Somerfield snared 5/22, including Jets’ top-scorer Gareth Cox (84).
Port Adelaide restricted Prospect to 165 after it had posted 7/210 at home, with Stuart Coles (71) and Austin Umpherston (67) the main contributors.
Tom Andrews starred with bat and ball for Woodville, taking 5/22 to restrict West Torrens to 193 and then scoring 74 in his side’s successful chase. Daniel Drew top-scored for the Eagles with 65.
Thomas Kelly (70) steered Sturt to 215 but Adelaide pair Patrick Page jnr (93 not out) and Cam Valente (78 no) secured the points with an unbroken 191-run third wicket stand.
Reigning premier Kensington cruised to a win over Southern District, with new Redbacks opener Henry Hunt unbeaten on 79 on debut and John Dalton making 73 in the Browns’ 2/210. David Sboro made 61 for the Stingrays.
Glenelg had the bye.
Best with bat …
188no: Jake Lehmann (East Torrens)
104: Matthew Weaver (Tea Tree Gully)
93no: Patrick Page jnr (Adelaide)
84: Gareth Cox (Northern Districts)
79no: Henry Hunt (Kensington)
78no: Cam Valente (Adelaide)
74: Tom Andrews (Woodville)
Best with ball ...
5/22: Adam Somerfield (Tea Tree Gully)
5/22: Tom Andrews (Woodville)
4/46: Adam Zampa (East Torrens)
3/28: Wes Agar (Adelaide)
3/32: Jordan Thomas (Port Adelaide)
3/43: Lloyd Pope (Kensington)
3/44: Ben Turley (Prospect)