The annual North versus South women's golf teams event is at Thirlstane Golf Club on April 27 and 28.
Looking to avenge last year's loss, a strong Northern team will be captained by Sharon Crowden from Port Sorell and includes Rose Paton as manager, Pip Leedham, Sarah Johnstone, Tailah Mowat, Lu Proud, Lily Caelli, Maree Fish, Alex Hansen, Amanda Smith and Jackie Poke.
The men's Thyne Trophy is also on April 27-28 at Wynyard Golf Club.
A four-way competition in honour of the late Laurie Thyne will pit Southern Metropolitan, Southern Country, North and North West against each other.
Brett Churchill from Launceston Golf Club will captain the team of clubmates Cam Bell and Matt Marston along with James Pyke and George Waller from Mowbray and Prospect Vale trio Ronan Filgate, James Fiddian and Jack Blair, under the management of Martin Brown.
Women's pennant has been decided in division one with Prospect Vale victorious over Mowbray.
With Prospect winning their final match 3/2 and Launceston defeating Mowbray, the result was in doubt virtually until the final game.
Lily Caelli's team will now play the North West shields and state finals in early June.
Women's division two and three are evenly poised with four rounds remaining. In division two Riverside lead Prospect Vale and Tam O Shanter combined and in division three Greens Beach have a healthy lead over Launceston and Exeter.
On the East Coast, Scamander River women are unbeaten after three rounds.
Northern men's pennant has reached the halfway point. In division one, Launceston, Prospect Vale and Riverside are clustered on two wins each. In division two Launceston are unbeaten while Deloraine, Launceston and Prospect Vale all on two division three wins.
Handicap divisions 4, 5, 6 and 7 are all evenly poised at the halfway mark, with the exception of unbeaten Tam O Shanter in division five.
PGA master coach Peter Knight is again in Launceston for junior coaching from April 22 to 26.
Coaching beginners and advanced juniors, this is a wonderful opportunity to learn from one of Australia's most credentialed coaches.
Full information can be obtained from the fixtures page of www.northerngolf.com.au. Entries close on Friday, April 19.
The Northern Tasmanian Veteran Golfers Association season was completed with the annual goodwill tournament at Mowbray.
Wayne Fogarty from Prospect Vale was victorious with 41 stableford points.
The season will recommence in September and include the week-long Australian Veteran Golfers Union national championship which will be hosted by Country Club Tasmania, Launceston, Mowbray and Riverside golf clubs.
Veteran golfers, female and male, 55 years of age and over, are welcome to compete. Full details and requirements are available at both www.ntvga.com and www.tvgu.com.au