Kyle Brazell (54) also contributed to Uni’s 6/325, which was too many for Port Adelaide (7/272) despite a strong start from Austin Umpherston (97), Aaron Sayers (57) and Zac Worden (46).
Woodville and Redbacks opener Conor McInerney continued his return from a broken arm with an impressive 125 to help his side overcome Adelaide. Woodville, unbeaten after three rounds, posted 6/269 and then held the visitors to 9/245 with Harry Thoman claiming 4/37.
Triple Bradman Medallist Jake Brown made 110 not out as Kensington continued its unbeaten start to the season. In reply to Prospect’s 8/228 – built around Harvey Brennan’s 52 – Brown and Alex Ross (58 not out) added 132 for the third wicket to pocket the points.
Sturt opened its winning account despite losing a series of late wickets chasing East Torrens’ 193. Jacob Dick (72) was at the crease for most of Sturt’s innings and his side eventually reached the target with three wickets and seven balls to spare. Earlier, Corey Kelly took 4/35 and Henry Dall topscored for East Torrens with 59.
Daniel Drew (58) headed a long list of contributors to West Torrens’ 8/274, which proved too many for Northern Districts (189). Logan Pastyn took 4/44.
Harry Cunningham’s 65 helped Glenelg recover from 6/64 to reach 9/193 but Southern District’s Josh Barrett (81) led his side to a six-wicket win with three overs to spare.
Tea Tree Gully had the bye.
Best with bat …
125: Conor McInerney (Woodville)
124: Sam Kerber (Adelaide University)
110 no: Jake Brown (Kensington)
97: Austin Umpherston (Port Adelaide)
86: Will Bosisto (Adelaide University)
81: Josh Barrett (Southern District)
Best with ball …
4/35: Corey Kelly (Sturt)
4/37: Harry Thoman (Woodville)
4/44: Logan Pastyn (West Torrens)
3/37: Will Bosisto (Adelaide University)