PORT Adelaide has claimed bragging honours over crosstown rivals Adelaide in the T20 Showdown, with the clash raising more than $1 million for victims of the bushfires.

In front of more than 34,000 fans at Adelaide Oval, the clubs combined to help raise $1,015,239 for people directly affected by the bushfires in the Adelaide Hills and Kangaroo Island.

The Power line-up, including Australian batsman Travis Head, amassed 7/231 in the first innings, which was too much for the Crows, who fell 14 runs short on 8/217.

Former skipper Travis Boak starred early in proceedings by smashing 44 from 23 balls in a promising start with fellow opener Connor Rozee (29 from 20 balls).

Port Adelaide's Travis Boak was the game's highest scorer

Power defender Tom Clurey then provided a huge highlight, smashing Australian quick Kane Richardson for four boundaries in an over, before Head finished the innings by blasting an unbeaten 43 off 13 balls. 

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Included in that run was four consecutive sixes off Adelaide captain Rory Sloane.

More than 34,000 fans packed into the ground to watch the clash

The Crows' line-up was spearheaded by Adelaide Strikers spin king Rashid Khan, while batsman Alex Carey was their best chance to chase down the target but was dismissed for 31 off 16 balls by Power midfielder Hamish Hartlett.

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Young star Rozee provided a highlight in the outfield with a brilliant catch as the Power line-up closed in on the win.

Check out some more of the action below.

Brothers Matt and Brad Crouch opened the batting for the Crows
Crow Paul Seedsman signs autographs for fans
Crows and Power dancers entertain the large crowd at Adelaide Oval
Power skipper Tom Jonas accepts the trophy from South Australian Governor Hieu Van Le
Former Crows captain Taylor Walker hits a nice shot during his innings