Stephanie Beazleigh got the ball rolling for Northern Districts in their victory over Glenelg, smashing a half-century at the top of the order to help set a total of 5/107. In response, Glenelg seemed to be on track before a masterful spell from Dunemann changed everything.

Bowling just 2.4 overs, Dunemann collected career-best figures of 7/4, running through the middle-order and skittling Glenelg for 70. Remarkably, all seven wickets were solo efforts, with each breaking the stumps to send the shocked batters back to the sheds.

Kensington also claimed a win over the weekend, chasing down West Torrens’ total of 91 with 4.3 overs to spare. Sarah Lowe did the damage for Kensington, belting 43 (42) with six boundaries.

Southern District’s triumph over Sturt came through the defence of a strong total, restricting the opposition to 4/88 in pursuit of 5/115. Jasmin Earl top-scored in the fixture, compiling 32 (36), while Neeve Reimann took the honours with the ball, ending with figures of 3/23 from four overs.

Next weekend will see Kensington taking on Northern Districts, Southern District facing off against West Torrens and Sturt clashing with Glenelg on November 8.