Three Tasmanians have been named in the Australian rowing team to compete at upcoming world cups.
Tamar's Ciona Wilson and Huon clubmates Sarah Hawe and Georgia Nesbitt were among the crews and squads announced on Saturday that will contest regattas in Poland and The Netherlands in June and July.
Wilson and Hawe were both named in the women's sweep squad while Nesbitt is the lightweight women's sculling reserve.
Former North Esk rower John Keogh is the head women's coach.
The athletes will be looking to use the world cups to fine-tune their racing ahead of selection for the 2019 world championships, which doubles as the 2020 Olympic qualification regatta.
Tasmanians Eddie Ockenden and Jack Welch helped the Kookaburras claim their fourth consecutive FIH Pro League victory, edging past reigning Olympic champion Argentina 3-2 in Sydney on Saturday.
Australia raced to a 3-0 half-time lead at Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre, Jeremy Hayward firing in two trademark drag flicks from short corners before last year's World Cup top scorer Blake Govers scored his maiden goal of the Pro League.
Argentina rallied in the second half with goals from Maico Casella and Juan Catan.
Fresh from their victory over Germany in Hobart last month, the Kookaburras remain second on the standings with 13 points, behind only world champions Belgium.
Australia takes on Trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand on Sunday at 3pm.
Tasmania's premier club teams' championship, the Claremont Shield, got underway at Prospect Vale on Saturday.
A total of 13 teams of four representing clubs from around the state are competing for the prestigious trophy with Launceston looking to defend their title won last year on home soil.
The event format sees 18 holes of foursomes on Saturday afternoon followed by 36 holes of singles throughout Sunday.