Perth cyclist Georgia Baker claimed a podium finish for the Tasmanian Institute of Sport women’s team in the National Road Series.
The Tour of Gippsland reached Sale for its second stage and the 2016 Olympic track rider finished third as South Australia's Chloe Moran made it two from two for her High5 Dream Team ahead of NRS leader Shannon Malseed (Holden Women's Racing) while Rebecca Wiasak (High5) retained the leader's jersey.
Baker worked her way into a break of five which managed to hold off the peloton by 30 seconds.
Teammate Macey Stewart finished ninth, Lauren Perry 12th and Anya Louw 20th while also winning the most aggressive rider award.
Overall, Baker sits sixth and Stewart seventh.
In the sprints, Stewart is third, Baker sixth and Perry ninth while Baker and Stewart are fourth and fifth respectively in the young rider classification.
Stewart had finished fourth in the opening stage at Inverloch.
The TIS women’s team is in third place, one point from second.
Baker, Stewart and Perry are all using the road series to boost their chances of representing Australia on the track at next year’s Commonwealth Games.
Launceston’s Tom Robinson leads the Tasmanians in the men’s race, finishing ninth to sit 13th overall. The stage also saw Jason Rigg finish 20th, Jacob Langham 22nd, Zack Gilmore 34th and Luke Thompson 36th.
The four-day tour is the final event for women and penultimate for men in the NRS season, and continues in Bairnsdale on Saturday and Traralgon on Sunday.