Winter, who made 176 last Sunday in a West End One-Day Cup game, dominated Glenelg’s total (9/283) on the first day of its two-day clash against Adelaide University by batting for 403 minutes and facing 277 balls.
Ben Bullimore (68) and Winter added 137 runs for the third wicket but Uni’s Sam Kerber took 5/58 from his 27 overs to limit the damage.
Woodville legspinner Ollie McDowall took 6/66 to help restrict Port Adelaide to 228. Five Port players reached 30 but were unable to push on, Damon Kerr (36) the top scorer. Woodville was 2/49 at stumps.
Mike Cranmer’s unbeaten 107 steered East Torrens to 5/349 against Northern Districts. Opener Ben Dougall made 70 and Tim Rouse was the Jets’ most successful bowler, taking 3/79 from 34.2 overs.
Unbeaten Kensington is 0/74 chasing Sturt’s 232 at Price Memorial Oval, with in-form captain Jake Brown on 51. Sturt’s Brad Davis, who posted two centuries for SA in the Futures League last week, made 73 and Brinder Phagura added a handy unbeaten 82.
Tea Tree Gully’s Ben Hutchinson took 4/53 as Adelaide was held to 232 at Glandore Oval. The home side hit back late in the day, Ben Pengelley taking three wickets to have the Bulls 3/68.
Prospect did well to bat all day to reach 9/312 against Southern District after being 5/115 when captain Ben Turley was bowled for 47. Lachlan Blunden (93) batted for nearly four hours and shared an 88-run seventh-wicket stand with Ayden McGregor-Baptista (61). Mitch Cuming took 4/47.
West Torrens has the round six bye.
Best with bat
165 n.o.: Jake Winter (Glenelg)
107 n.o.: Mike Cranmer (East Torrens)
93: Lachlan Blunden (Prospect)
Best with ball
6/66: Ollie McDowall (Woodville)
5/58: Sam Kerber (Adelaide University)
4/53: Ben Hutchinson (Tea Tree Gully)
4/78: Mitch Cuming (Southern District)