Tasmania's under-15 girls were the only side to achieve victory for the green, yellow and red at national championships on Sunday.
With all four teams in action, the 15s in New South Wales and under-18s in Hobart, the 15s completed their carnival with both sides playing off for seventh and eighth.
Multi-talented Hobart athlete Maddison Brooks continued her goal-scoring prowess, scoring two goals in the 3-1 win over the Victorian Development team.
Able to overcome the disappointment of marginally missing out on a semi final berth, Zayna Jackson scored the other Tasmanian goal with Victoria's Hope Pengilly converting a penalty corner as a minor consolation for the defeated side.
The girls finished in seventh position with five wins across seven matches for the tournament in the closely-contested age bracket.
The under-15 boys led for 11 minutes of the side's playoff match but couldn't hold on for the victory as they drew 2-2 with Queensland Gold.
Hobart's Milo Gee hit the scoreboard again to equalise in the 11th minute after Queensland captain Patrick Sheedy found the back of the net early.
It was Luke Palmer who propelled Tasmania into the lead in the third quarter but Sheedy spoiled the party shortly after, with a scoreless last quarter confirming the drawn result.
Both under-18 sides were handed size-able defeats in their pool matches in Hobart.
The Western Australian girls side proved too strong for the Tigers with Neasa Flynn scoring twice and Georgina Dowd playing the role of accomplice as the visitors ran away 3-0 victors.
After a goal in the first two quarters, the third was scoreless but featured a green card to Western Australia's Sarah Guilfoyle to spice up the game.
Flynn found the back of the net in the 54th minute and drew the curtains on the match for Tasmania, who will face the fourth placed side in pool B.
The boys opened the scoring in the fourth minute through a Tyler McDonald-converted penalty corner but that was all she wrote for the Tasmanian scoreboard as New South Wales showed their class, defeating the home side 6-1.
NSW captain Ky Willott was the only multiple scorer with Tasmania's captain Joshua Brooks getting a yellow card during the match.