Tasmania has taken a clean sweep of the fifth Test match on Monday to end the series against ACT on a high note.
The final six wins also ensured the state’s men claimed an impressive 5-0 whitewash at North Launceston.
Lee Schraner’s skip also kept a perfect record intact, winning 28-13 over Sean Robertson’s Canberrans.
The best win of the day was Luke Richardson’s rink of Lachie Sims, Aaron Jago and Josh Appleyard in a lopsided 34-10 victory.
Robert Craven took it up to Mark Nitz’s Tasmanians, but fell short in a 23-17 result.
After dropping the second Test, the state’s women won the next three Tests for a 4-1 triumph.
Candice Hodgetts’ rink was up nine shots late, but lost the last four ends to hold on 20-19 against Ruth Moore.
Rebecca Van Asch’s rink were up also, 16-11 on the 15th end, before Sharon Harmer nearly won 18-16.
But it was Courtney Hobbs who skipped Lauren Banks, Bronny King and Maureen Zoon to an easy 24-9 win.