A maiden first-grade century from 17-year-old opening batsman Bailey Capel and 92 from Daniel Drew pushed Torrens towards East Torrens’s total of 335 before the reigning premier lost several late wickets in the chase.

Scores were level when West Torrens lost its ninth wicket on the first ball of the last over but No. 11 Josh Slee hit the winning single with three balls left.

East Torrens had resumed at 7/232, with Alex Anderson finishing on 111 and Drew taking 4/49 from 39.3 overs.

An unbeaten 101 from Nathan Schollar helped Glenelg recover from the loss of early wickets on Saturday to chase down Woodville’s 261, with three wickets in hand.

Kensington secured outright points, dismissing Northern Districts for 189 in the second innings and then scoring 1/113 from 18 overs.

Southern District lost its last six wickets for 26 runs to be all out for 218 against Sturt (309) after Brendon McCormack (81) and Aiden Zammit (83) added 133 for the third wicket.

Ladder leading Adelaide University lost some late wickets before passing Prospect’s 240 and finishing on 7/260 while Tea Tree Gully’s 328 was too many for Port Adelaide, bowled out for 218.

Saturday’s best performances

111: Alex Anderson (East Torrens)

106: Bailey Capel (West Torrens)

101*: Nathan Schollar (Glenelg)

92: Daniel Drew (West Torrens)

6/133: Luke Robins (East Torrens)

5/59: William Daniel (Prospect)

4/31: Joe Gatting (TTG)

4/65: Tom O’Connell (Sturt)

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