Invermay started 2019 with an all rinks win at The Swamp over Scottsdale.
The visitors jumped out of the blocks early and an upset was on the cards with Bennett leading Hodgetts 11-1 and the other 2 rinks close.
The Swampies however clicked into gear and were never challenged winning by 41 shots overall.
Boden defeated Chorley by 15, Gene Ayton defeated Claridge by 12 on the back of a solid performance at the state champs and Candice Hodgetts overcame her slow start to win by 14 shots.
In the top of the table clash between East Launceston and Trevallyn, it was the Trevallyn Thunder who outplayed their opposition for the entire afternoon.
Josh Appleyard lined up against Robert McMullen, and once again Appleyard was too good, playing confidently and getting the right results, this comes on the back of his dominant performance at the state championships, winning the open fours and singles earlier this week.
This rink was tied at 13-13 before Appleyard kicked away to win 36-17.
Annie Lewis made her Premier debut for East, after a solid start to the season, supported by a semi final finish in the state singles.
Josh Walker-Davis carried on with his pre-Christmas form, getting an early jump on Aaron Page and leading his rink to a dominant 39-15 win that East could not claw back.
Will Springer was East’s only beacon of light on the day, scoring a six after afternoon tea and then holding on to a 10-shot rink win over Dan Hollingsworth.
Longford took on Cosgrove Park and were able to get the overall with two solid rink wins to Daniel Baker and Scott Crocker.
Stagg kept Cosgrove Park’s hopes alive throughout the afternoon and finished with a 16-shot win securing two points for the travelling side.
North Launceston were the big winners for the day, getting a confidence boost ahead of their campaign to win their third straight Premier League title.
Alan Gamble welcomed Myles Baker back to the team, and allowed Gamble to play at his best.
Andrew Whitmore was the standout in his 12-shot rink win.
David Minns was in an armchair throughout the afternoon, with a solid team performance.
North were at their best and if they can keep their rinks together will be a threat to all come finals.