Cavaliers have brushed aside a one-month layoff to upset league heavyweights Arrows 48-47 in Kingborough.
After enjoying a 19-point win in the under-19s, Dan Roden's charges made it two one-goal wins in two games after their 42-41 victory over Waratah four weeks ago.
The result also marked their third consecutive win over Arrows after a two close wins last season.
Taking a one-goal deficit into the first break, the Cavaliers replaced Issy Maskell with Kate McLaughlin midway through the second and went into the half three goals up.
That lead was stretched out to seven in the third, but Arrows stayed in the match until the dying stages with in-form defender Rachael Tempo proving crucial for the Cavs.
Having lost a contact lens midway through the third term, the UK recruit kept her composure until the buzzer to finish player of the game.
NORTHERN HAWKS made it four wins on the trot to set up a tantalising Sunday clash with Arrows.
The Hawks' 65-55 victory over Kingston was set up in the first quarter, where they quickly established a six-goal buffer.
That margin was stretched at every change, with defensive pair Tessa Coote and Jamie Symons proving difficult to score against.
Tasmanian Magpie Zoe Claridge was again the Hawks' best, collecting her third player of the match award this season after combining expertly with goal shooter Ashlea Mawer.
The Hawks meet Arrows in a 2.15pm clash in Hobart on Sunday, while Cavs play a 10.45am fixture against Karana.
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