Cricket North teams have taken out the clean sweep against their North-West rivals in the female Greater Northern Cup on Sunday.
Mowbray captain Dana Lester proved the star performer in the first of the new year’s crossover rounds.
The 21-year-old notched up 72 off 60 balls to obliterate the Devonport attack in the stellar 41-run T20 victory.
The Eagles reached 3-142 after half of the Lester’s runs came from nine boundaries.
Lester then turned her hand to the ball, claiming a brilliant 4-9 in four overs.
Devonport finished the day with a competitive 5-101.
Cricket North pacesetters South Launceston also continued their destructive ways.
The Knights incredibly had chased down the runs with a whopping 61 balls still remaining.
Wynyard earlier set the visitors a modest 65 for victory.
Despite losing 3-23 in the early overs, South pushed on without fear.
Captain Belinda Wegman smashed an unbeaten 23 off 16 balls, including three fours in the six-wicket win.
She put on a 30-run stand for the fourth wicket with Chelsea Ryan, who finished on 16 from 19 balls.
Launceston had cautiously prodded around on its way to 2-90 against Latrobe in an innings that featured just three fours.
Rhiann Hack top-scored with 27 not out and Victoria Geale opened with a steadying hand of 21.
Latrobe never looked in the hunt chasing down the target at Youngtown.
Opener Charlotte Layton produced a devastating spell to pick up 4-6 in four overs that sealed the victory.
In the other game, Burnie had been forced to forfeit against Riverside.