After coach Khan Riley said BURNIE BAPTIST had plenty to improve on last week, Baptist jumped out of the blocks with a 9-1 win over Devonport.
Riley led from the front scoring four in a dominant performance as he looks to improve on last year's 18-goal season.
Tyler Wolfe and Lochie Murfet both scored two with Ben Loone scoring Devonport's solitary major in a solid showing in defeat.
QUEECHY veteran Brett Withington wound back the clock in a 4-1 win for his side against Smithton.
Ex-Tamar Churinga star Justin Ockerby scored his first goals as a Penguin with Richard Cornish scoring Smithton's equalising goal before the Penguins flew away.
SOUTH BURNIE recovered from last week's tight defeat with a 3-0 win over West Devonport.
Jordan Dart, Stu Bowles and Kurt Edmunds scored as coaches Jarred Bomford and Brent Jago showed their side how it was done.
Returning Redman duo Luc and Shaun did the same for West Devonport for the fast-improving team.
CITY MARIANS made it two from two as they pulled away from Launceston City in a relatively even 3-1 clash.
After a score-less first half, David Thomson, Max Grandfield and Hugh Flassman scored for Marians with Northern hockey stalwart Jeremy Stebbings scoring a consolation goal for City.
SOUTH LAUNCESTON SUNS continued their blistering start in the women's competition in a classy 4-0 win over Devonport.
Returning players Hayley Johns and Kaylah Rataj were strong for their respective sides with South captain Nic Symonds finding the back of the net for her third goal of the season alongside Hannah Connolly, Georgie Daly and Brigit Ikin.
Sarah McRobbie and Allie Robertson scored multiple goals as QUEECHY came away 6-0 winners in a dominant performance against Smithton.
Maddy Curtis was fantastic in the mid-field for the Penguins as Smithton found it near impossible to break through the Queechy defence.
Connie Perry and Leah House proved to be excellent again in defence for the coastal side with Zoe Groves giving opportunities up front.
CITY MARIANS proved to be more desperate and organised in their 5-0 win over Launceston City-Tamar Churinga.
The additions of Jemma Kenworthy and Molly Haas to the line-up paid dividends with Molly scoring four goals and Kenworthy a notable accomplice in the win.
The reliable Emily Nunn showed her worth in defence once again, toiling hard throughout as Kaylee DeMarco ran all day in the middle.
WEST DEVONPORT joined South Launceston on the undefeated list with a commanding 5-1 victory over South Burnie.
Regular contributor Angela McAuliffe scored two for the reigning premiers as Lucy Withers starred in defence.
South's Abby Henderson found the back of the net for their score with Emily Smith presenting well.