South Launceston batters have provided the dominant Twenty20 performance of the round on Sunday.
This highlighted Cricket North teams having the better of the matches over their North West counterparts.
South opening batter Caitlyn Webster batted through the overs for 59 from 72 balls at Devonport, but it was captain Belinda Wegman that nailed shut the innings with an impressive 47 off 33 balls.
The Knights finished with an imposing 1-145 as the Orions fell well short and could only manage 3-84.
Launceston also lost just one wicket on the way to an easy win over Burnie.
The Lions bowlers restricted the Hurricanes to 9-51.
Amber Townend picked up a stellar 3-7 off three overs. Teammates Kristy Clayton with 2-4 off two overs and Rhianne Hack with 1-3 off four overs kept Burnie at bay.
Victory was obtained in nine overs at a run-a-ball.
Victoria Geale top-scored with a 20 not out, Lynn Hedley added a quickfire 13 and Hack remained unbeaten on 10 after bringing up the win with a celebratory boundary.
But Launceston faltered in its second T20 clash for the day during a thrilling finish.
The Lions had contained Ulverstone to 4-87, but in the final over the Black Caps bowled the visitors out for 82 off the third-last ball.
Mowbray hung on to win a two-wicket nailbiter against Latrobe at Youngtown.
The Eagles did a good job with the ball to keep the Demons to 8-65. Jordan Hayes was the standout, grabbing 3-5 off four overs, as Cassie Blair with 2-8 and Dana Lester with 2-13, both off four, provided strong support.
But Mowbray crumbled to 5-23 and were 17 runs off the target at 8-49. Blair displayed rearguard action with 19 off 32 balls to get the win off the first ball of the final over.
Riverside had a tough Sunday on the road. The Blues were set 85 to win against Wynyard courtesy of Tayla Buchanan taking 3-22.
But the visitors were bundled out for 58 in 16 overs.
Riverside hours later failed to pass Sheffield’s 8-64.
Katie Broad hit 25 off 36 balls, but she departed eight runs short shy as the Blues scored two runs in the final three overs to finish at 8-62.