Three gold medals on the final day of competition on Saturday capped off Tasmania's most prolific medal haul at the Australian amateur boxing championships.
Olympian Jackson Woods continued the fine form that took him to the London Olympics last year when he heat Victorian Jeremy Udovich 14-10 to win the elite men's 56kg division.
Later on the card, Jackson's cousin Luke Woods, himself a Commonwealth Games representative, showcased his incredible talent to beat local favourite David Biddle 11:6 to win the 64kg title.
Dylan Hardy then became the third Tasmanian to win gold, holding out a fast-finishing Roger Grant, of Victoria, to secure the 81kg title 14:12.
The only disappointment of the day was in-form Nick Cooney's narrow loss to Victorian Tim Locock 11 points to 8 in the elite men's 60kg division.
Cooney had been in scintillating form during the titles after a comfortable 15-5 win over the ACT's Ben Dencio in his semi-final bout on Friday.
In all, Tasmania won 13 medals at the competitions held in Adelaide - eight gold and five silver - it's best medal haul at a national title to date.
Dylan Cochrane (under 15, 36kg)
Tyler Blizzard (under-15, 38kg)
Bailey Seabourne (under 15, 42kg)
Dakota Gareth (women's under-15, 52kg)
Jordan Percey (under 15, 54kg)
Jackson Woods (elite, 56kg)
Luke Woods (elite, 64kg)
Dylan Hardy (elite, 81kg)
Sam Gore (under-15, 40kg)
Marshall Kruse (under-15 50kg)
Montana Gareth (women's under-15, 57kg)
Luke Adams (under-15, 66kg)
Nick Cooney (elite, 60kg)