By ZAC MILBANK
A sensational mark from North Adelaide forward Isaac Keeler ensured his team would draw with Woodville-West Torrens in Round 6 of the Torrens University Cup at Prospect Oval.
Keeler, a Crows Next Generation Academy player, calmly slotted his 30m set shot after his towering grab to lock the scores at 8.12 (60) apiece.
The Roosters also had ball magnet Hugh Jackson on fire with 41 disposals, nine marks and eight clearances while Adam Heath booted three majors.
The Eagles were well served by William Neumann with 31 disposals and 11 marks while Will Pearce also booted three goals for the visitors.
Central District restricted Norwood to a scoreless final quarter en route to banking a comfortable 38-point win at Coopers Stadium.
Leading by 19 points at the last change, the Bulldogs piled on 3.1 while the Legs failed to trouble the scoreboard attendant in the final half-an-hour.
Classy Central dynamo Isaiah Dudley finished with a team-high 27 disposals, nine tackles and a goal while Tahj Krieg, Thomas Clements and and Brodie Tuck each kicked two goals.
Norwood’s Connor Kent ran hard to find 29 disposals, seven marks and nine tackles while Matthew Dnistriansky had 27 possessions and a goal for the hosts.
Glenelg overwhelmed Sturt by 79 points in a lopsided affair at Unley Oval.
Leading comfortably at every change, the Bays could have made the scoreboard look even uglier for the Double Blues if not for kicking an inaccurate 16.20 (116).
William Watts and Lewis Rayson got things moving for the visitors through the midfield by racking up 71 disposals and 13 clearances between them while Corey Brougham kicked three goals.
Sturt’s Mitch Felton collected 29 disposals while teammate Kade Harvey had 26 possessions and 12 marks.
A rushed behind was enough to allow West Adelaide to claim a one-point victory against South Adelaide at Flinders University Stadium.
With the ball camped in the Bloods’ goalsquare, it was eventually bustled across the line in the 26th minute of the fourth term, less than 30 seconds before the final siren.
West’s Charlie Pridham revelled in the wet conditions to rack up 35 disposals and five tackles while Jaeden Watts and Luke Young each contributed two majors.
South’s Arlo Draper stood tall in the loss to record 27 disposals, nine clearances and a goal while nippy Luke Mitton had 23 possessions and 10 clearances.