Eight centuries were scored on Saturday, allowing most batting teams to post large totals on the first day of this season’s first two-day match.
Lehmann added a club record 243 runs for the third wicket with captain Mike Cranmer (103) before East Torrens declared at 4/386 to have a late bowl against Port Adelaide, which was 0/12 at stumps.
Adelaide University declared after reaching 4/406 on the back of big knocks from Ben Wakim (158), Will Bosisto (131) and Jake Weatherald (73). Woodville was 0/6 in reply.
A wet pitch delayed the start at Bice Oval but Tea Tree Gully also had two century-makers in its 4/316. Opener Jack Holliday scored 170 and Joe Gatting was unbeaten on 100 from 136 balls after being sent in by Southern District.
Mark Cosgrove’s five-hour 167 helped Northern Districts recover from 3/41 to reach 9/317 at the end of the first day against Prospect.
Glenelg opener Danny Irvine (108) was the last player dismissed in the team’s 7/252 against West Torrens. He shared a 112-run opening stand with Liam Scott (65) but Daniel Drew sent down 29 overs and took 3/24 to restrict the damage.
In the only game without a century scorer, Kensington finished on 9/222 against Adelaide. Josh Doyle made 78 and Cam Valente took 3/29 from 26 overs, which included 12 maidens.
Sturt had the bye.
Best with bat …
201*: Jake Lehmann (East Torrens)
170: Jack Holliday (Tea Tree Gully)
167: Mark Cosgrove (Northern Districts)
158: Ben Wakim (Adelaide University)
131: Will Bosisto (Adelaide University)
108: Danny Irvine (Glenelg)
103: Mike Cranmer (East Torrens)
100*: Joe Gatting (Tea Tree Gully)
Best with ball …
3/24: Daniel Drew (West Torrens)
3/29: Cam Valente (Adelaide)
3/61: Ben Turley (Prospect)