IT WAS a somewhat dramatic round of women's Greater Northern League Hockey.
Smithton defeated South Launceston 3-2 in controversial fashion at Circular Head.
Smithton scored first, but South's Emma Sparks evened things up quickly.
The second half saw the nature of the game break down entirely.
One of the two Smithton umpires allowed play to continue once a Smithton shot was cleared after hitting both outer posts, before blowing it as a goal, despite the ball appearing not to have crossed the line. Chaos ensued, with confusion from both sides.
The controversial goal stood and ultimately won the game, despite a later goal from South's Celie Blake.
Tamar Churinga went down 6-1 to West Devonport despite a great first half.
City Marians were triumphant over Devonport 2-1.