Gloucestershire’s Ian Cockbain smashed 72 from only 29 balls to lead East Torrens to a comfortable win over Kensington in the last round played on Tuesday evening.
Uni secured top spot after completing an unbeaten run through the competition with victory against Southern District, Sturt finished with a high-scoring win over Port Adelaide and Tea Tree Gully held fourth spot by defeating Prospect.
The winner of Sunday’s final will then represent South Australia in the National Premier T20 Championships, to be played in Adelaide in March.
Sunday’s West End Twenty20 Cup schedule:
Semi-finals (both games start 10.30am) – Adelaide University v Tea Tree Gully (Karen Rolton Oval); Sturt v East Torrens (Park 25 No 2).
Final (starts 2.30pm) – Winners of semi-finals (Karen Rolton Oval).