By ZAC MILBANK
A sensational smother from Sturt’s Abby Pengelly was enough to orchestrate a dramatic draw against Glenelg at Adelaide Oval.
With just 100 seconds remaining in the game, Pengelly blocked the kick of Glenelg’s Ellie Kellock which caused it to result in a chain of handballs before teammate Alysha Healy kicked truly to tie the scores at 39 each.
The Tigers – who had five more scoring shots – were well led by skipper Kellock, who racked up 21 disposals, seven tackles and six clearances while Lucy Armitage had 14 possessions and a goal.
Sturt’s Jaimee Wittervan led the way for her team with 19 disposals and seven tackles while Kate Harris had 16 possessions and seven clearances.
A potent Central District showed no mercy on reigning premier North Adelaide, recording an emphatic 44-point victory at Adelaide Oval.
With key forwards Katelyn Rosenzweig and Chantelle Reynolds booting two goals each, the Bulldogs led at every break while restricting the Roosters to just two majors for the match.
Central’s even team performance was reflected on the stats sheet with defender Taryn Wills (13 disposals) just shading Paige Allan, Lauren Breguet and Caitlin Wendland on 12 each.
North’s Erica Greet used her leg speed to her advantage in collecting a team high 18 disposals while co-captain Kristi Harvey finished with 15 and five marks.
Norwood cemented its place at the top of the Statewide Super Women’s League ladder with a 10-point win against Woodville-West Torrens at Adelaide Oval.
Now with five wins in succession, the Redlegs broke free of the Eagles in the last term with goals to Elizabeth Drake and Mattea Breed after registering an inside 50m advantage of 35-15.
Norwood vice-captain Sophie Armitstead collected 17 disposals and five clearances while pacy Jade Halfpenny had 15 possessions.
The Eagles’ Nicole Collie chalked up a game-high 20 possessions and six marks while Crows-listed Renee Forth had 17 disposals.
West Adelaide gained valuable percentage when it outclassed South Adelaide by 37 points at Adelaide Oval.
Fielding a much stronger line-up in Round 6 due to the return of several stars, the Bloods booted 5.5 to the Panthers’ 1.3 after the main change.
SA U19 pair Keeley Kustermann (17 disposals) and Lauren Young (15 disposals, five tackles and a goal) were pivotal in the win for West while Chelsea Biddell and Melanie Elsegood booted 2.2 each.
Tall South utility Brianna Wedding had a game-high 20 possessions while developing defender Jaimi Griffen mustered 17 disposals in just her sixth SANFLW match.