TASMANIA has dominated another podium at the national junior athletics titles in Perth.
A day after its first ever clean sweep, recorded in the under-18 2000-metre steeplechase, the state recorded first and third in the under-20 women's hammer.
Danielle McConnell's first-up throw of 58.09m was enough to win the competition with her Hobart rival Mikayla Genge taking bronze with her first throw of 54.52m. Alexandra Hulley, of New South Wales, split the Tasmanians to claim silver.
Hobart middle distance runner Biniyam Hagos followed up his steeplechase gold with a silver in the under-17 3000m, finishing exactly a second behind South Australian winner William McCann's time of 8:40.56.
A year after claiming the 400m title, Samantha Lind added a silver in the under-18 event, clocking 56.24 to finish behind NSW winner Molly Blakey's dominant time of 55.46.
Hobart's Claudia Nicklason, who joined Blakey as the only two finalists born since 1996, finished sixth in 57.84.
Louis Rose earned Tasmania another silver in the men's under- 17 5000m walk, clocking 24:16.91, 26 seconds behind Victorian winner Adam Garganis.
In other results, Birgitta Otto missed a medal by 38cm in the women's under-18 triple jump.
Otto started slowly, registering fouls with her first two jumps before recording her best leap of 11.38m with her last attempt to finish fourth.
Claire McClenaghan finished fifth in the under-18 javelin, with a throw of 37.69m, while Sam Alderson's throw of 13.81m earned him seventh place in the under-17 shot put.
Tessa Johns was also seventh in the under-17 3000m and Jordan Tyler eighth in the under-20 1500m.
Elliott Rae won his heat to qualify second fastest in the under-17 400m hurdles, as did Jacob Despard in the under-18 100m in which Jesse Usoalii qualified seventh.