Launceston turned back the clock on Monday to claim the club's long-awaited first statewide title in a decade.
The momentous 10-wicket victory in the final against Wellington just happened to coincide with the Lions etching their name on the silverware at the inaugural Twenty20 tournament.
A number of former players from the 2008-09 triumph over Clarence turned up to the NTCA Ground to cheer on Launceston to another.
That day captain Jade Selby cracked a then surreal 101 not out off just 65 balls.
Now more than a decade on, captain Alistair Taylor, with a sense of occasion and touch of history, said teammate Zac Oldenhof stirred up that sort of aggression.
"That's kind of the mentality Zac was going with and he got me going with the way he was batting," Taylor said.
"After the sixth over when the fielding restrictions end and you're allowed five out, we discussed should we milk it and we thought let's leave nothing for our boys to do.
"So we wanted to get them as quick as we can."
The pair chased down the target of 104 in just 10.5 overs.
Oldenhof got the ball rolling before reaching a blazing 50 off 34 balls, while Taylor followed suit with an equally impressive 51 off just 30 balls.
"It was one of those days where everything hit the middle of the bat," he said.
"I didn't expect to get them so quickly, that's for sure, but you're going at 10 an over."
Wellington reached 4-75 in the 12th over, but lost the next four wickets for just nine runs and lost all momentum.
Tom Bennett stole 2-1 in six balls amid the Southern club's collapse while Lachie Newland and Cam Lynch took a tidy 2-15 off four overs.
Taylor put the statewide win into perspective.
"It's massive for the club - I mean overall there is like 50 teams participating, so to go obviously undefeated was fantastic," he said.
"I think just for the boys it's a good reward for some hard work at the club.
"It is also nice to get a bit more silverware for the club.
"I'm really proud of their efforts and they should be too. Statewide flags are never easy to win."
The Lions qualified earlier for the decider with a classy eight-wicket victory against Kingston in its semi-final.
The Crows launched into a bright start, reaching 2-73 until Tom Gray (3-15) returned to the attack to claim three quick scalps to restrict the visitors to 8-109.
Taylor was gone for five, but Oldenhof made a quickfire 27 in 17 balls to push the Lions' case towards the final.
Tom Bennett (44 off 37) and Lachie Newland (32 off 23) sealed the victory with an unbeaten 79-run stand.
Wellington would outclass North-West minnows Forest Stanley in the other semi.
The eventual runners-up registered a massive 5-183, which was 53 runs too many for their rival, bowled out in the 17th over.
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