Kensington declared its second innings at 0/0 to set Woodville 305 to win from 64 overs in its second innings, after the home side had declared at 6/117 chasing the Browns’ massive 7/421.

Woodville reached the target for the loss of only four wickets, with Harry Nielsen (96) and Jacob Dickman (91 n.o) leading the charge.

Tea Tree Gully secured maximum points against East Torrens, which folded for 128 in its second innings after losing 7/26 at the end.  Ben Hutchinson took 4/27 and Tim Evans 3/15 for the reigning premiers, who are now in touch with the top teams.

West End Redbacks opener Jake Weatherald enjoyed a rare outing with Adelaide University, scoring 136 off 127 balls as Uni cruised past Southern District’s 244. He shared a 164-run stand with Sam Kerber (70) for the third wicket.

West Torrens was one wicket short of taking first innings points against Adelaide, Cam Valente’s unbeaten 156 pushing his side to 9/333 in reply to the Eagles’ 6/396. Adelaide was 7/166 before Valente added 140 runs for the next wicket with Michael Cormack (48). Spencer Johnson took 3/36 from 13 overs in his return to Premier cricket.

Port Adelaide captain Nick Benton steered his team to first innings points against Northern Districts. Port was in some trouble at 5/169 chasing the Jets’ 307 but Benton (84) and Kyle Giniotis (54 n.o) secured the win. James Harris, who made 72 on the first day, took 4/95 from 21 overs.

Glenelg made a solid start to its pursuit of Sturt’s 344 through Jake Winter (60) and Ben Bullimore (70) but lost its last six wickets for 25 runs to be dismissed for 252.

Prospect had the bye.

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Best with bat
156 n.o.: Cameron Valente (Adelaide)
136: Jake Weatherald (Adelaide University)
96: Harry Nielsen (Woodville)
91 n.o.: Jacob Dickman (Woodville)

Best with ball
4/27: Ben Hutchinson (Tea Tree Gully)
4/95: James Harris (Northern Districts)