Port Adelaide’s Stuart Coles (86 no) steered his side past Woodville’s 3/219 in the last over of the One-Day Cup clash after Ben Turley’s unbeaten 103 had boosted Woodville’s total.
Port was struggling at 6/139 before Coles – a former Woodville captain - led partnerships with Alex Garlick (61-run stand) and Mishal Khan (25-run stand) to take the points with four balls and three wickets to spare.
Centuries by Sam Kerber (101) and Campbell Vadjla (101 no) set up another win for Adelaide University (5/291). Uni held Glenelg to 216 despite 68 from Danny Irvine and an unbeaten 50 by Isaac Higgins, with Ben Ellis snaring 4/32.
Tea Tree Gully crashed to be dismissed for 105 chasing current ladder leader Adelaide’s 8/250. Cam Valente (69), Ben Pengelley (62) and later Alex Eckland (43) headlined Adelaide’s innings and then its bowlers shared the limelight. Brad Fallon finished with 3/14 from five overs.
Henry Hunt’s 80 and a strong support cast led Kensington to 7/303 against Sturt, which was then bowled out for 252. William Faulkner made 90 for Sturt after it slumped to 7/97.
Prospect lost 8/36 at the back end of its innings to be dismissed for 142, a total Southern District passed for the loss of two wickets with nearly 20 overs to spare. Jake Marshall claimed 4/34 for the Stingrays and captain Josh Barrett led the response with 59 not out.
East Torrens (7/242) had too many runs on the board for Northern Districts, bowled out for 160. Henry Dall made 79 and Ryan King took 3/32 for East Torrens.
The last round of the West End One-Day Cup competition will be played next Saturday, with the top four then to clash in the semi-finals on January 26.
Best with bat …
103 no: Ben Turley (Woodville)
101 no: Campbell Vadlja (Adelaide Uni)
101: Sam Kerber (Adelaide Uni)
90: William Faulkner (Sturt)
86 no: Stuart Coles (Port Adelaide)
80: Henry Hunt (Kensington)
79: Henry Dall (East Torrens)
Best with ball …
4/32: Ben Ellis (Adelaide Uni)
4/34: Jake Marshall (Southern District)
3/14: Brad Fallon (Adelaide)