Evandale has nudged out South Launceston for top spot on the NTFAW ladder, as both leading sides kept their unbeaten run intact early in the season over the weekend.
The Eagles have scored 170 points in their first three games to 113 for the Bulldogs.
Evandale put George Town to the sword to christen Morven Park's lights for the first-time ever at Evandale.
The defending premiers kicked away to a 15, 27 and 43-point leads at each of the quarter intervals while ensuring their rivals remained goalless, marching all over the hapless Saints 9.11 (65) to no score on Friday night.
George Town remains the only NTFAW side not to win a game after three rounds.
Eagles Courtney Grice and Narine Maurangi kicked two goals apiece in the victory.
South Launceston had a much tougher time against Bridgenorth in the first half during Saturday's twilight clash at Parrot Park.
The rival teams produced two goals each in a tight early tussle, as the Bulldogs held onto a four-point lead at the long break.
But South kept the home side to just one behind and booted three goals to claim a 5.6 (36) to 2.1 (13) win.
Lisa Patterson starred in front of goals with two.
Scottsdale powered away in its clash against Old Scotch early towards securing a 9.10 (64) to 1.0 (6) victory.
The Magpies were in fine form at both ends of the ground, booted six first-half goals and holding the Thistles scoreless for a 39-point lead. Jessica Casey showed the way with three goals.