Tasmanians finished the weekend off with a bang at the Sydney International Rowing Regatta in Penrith.
The Victoria Cup found its way over the Bass Strait thanks to Tasmania's victorious lightweight women's quad, while the men's equivalent finished fourth in the Penrith Cup.
The men's youth eight finished fifth.
In Saturday's racing, Eve Mure, Eleni Kalimnios, Sarah Hawe and Georgia Nesbitt won gold in the open women's quad scull, with Tamar's Ally Wrigley winning gold in a composite crew in the under-23 equivalent.
North Esk's Bec Bye, Sarah Ashlin, Annaliese Mackie and Jessica Malisauskas finished third in the same under-23 race.
North Esk found more joy in the men's categories as quartet Finnian Colley, Joseph Wilson, Jack Barrett and Lars Gillingham secured silver in the under-21 coxed quad scull, matching clubmate Connor Ryan's performance in the open lightweight quad scull.
Other great performances came from Tasmania University Boat Club and Buckingham's under-17 men's coxed quad scull composite (gold), a Buckingham open lightweight men's quad scull composite (gold) and a Huon lightweight women's quad scull composite (silver).
Earlier, the bronze-winning under-19 coxed four of Oliver Cox, Will Birchmore, Sam Gray, Tom Dowling and Matthew Russell (cox) ensured Scotch Oakburn was the only Tasmanian school to medal in the schools events.