A woman has pleaded guilty to threatening an elderly man with a baseball bat and stealing beer from his Fingal house during a home invasion.
Rose-Lee Clarke, of East Devonport, appeared before Magistrate Ken Stanton in the Launceston Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
On March 26, Clarke entered the victim's Talbot Street house armed with a baseball bat.
During the home invasion, she stole the 76-year-old's mobile phone and about $20 of beer.
The victim was hospitalised after sustaining a number of injuries.
The 24-year-old pleaded guilty to aggravated armed robbery, two counts of aggravated burglary and stealing.
Clarke was remanded to reappear for sentence in the Launceston Supreme Court on April 29.
Clarke's co-accused Tara Jayne Lewis, 29, and Shelly May Freeman, 30, have not entered pleas to their charges. Ms Lewis, of Rocherlea, appeared via video link on Wednesday.
She was remanded to reappear on May 7.
Ms Freeman, also of Rocherlea, will reappear on April 30.