Launceston will enter the bye week on a high after sealing its first home win of 2019 with a 64-point thumping of Kingborough.
The Blues looked off the pace at 16 points down at the first break, but piled on nine goals to one in the second term to blow the game apart.
Kingborough was then held goalless between the 13-minute mark of the second quarter and the sixth minute of the last as the Blues romped to a 19.5 (119) to 8.7 (55) victory.
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"They completely outplayed us in the first quarter so I gave the boys a little bit of a clip at quarter time and our energy levels lifted," Launceston coach Mitch Thorp said.
"We kicked 9.1 in the second quarter to respond really strongly, like a good side should when they're challenged and that came from our leaders.
"I thought Hamish [Leedham] was good in the ruck, while he didn't get a lot of the ball he really gave our mids a look at it and putting Jobi [Harper] back in the middle was really important in swinging the momentum our way.
"We had an enormous amount of inside-50s and the dam wall broke open in that second quarter which gave us some real momentum leading into the second half."
First-year Blue Fletcher Seymour was best on ground for the second week running, teaming up superbly with Harper, Brodie Palfreyman and Brendan Taylor as the Blues dominated around the stoppages.
The quartet chimed in for ten goals between them, with Seymour collecting 35 touches and ten tackles and Harper converting a set shot from the edge of the centre square.
Thorp, who presented strongly in the forward half to finish with three goals, said his side would enjoy the week off and then look to grow into the season's second block of fixtures.
"We're really pleased with where we sit - we had a challenging start with a new group, a new way we wanted to play playing Glenorchy, North Launny and Lauderdale really early on in the year.
"At that point they were a little bit too strong for us but we set a real goal that we wanted to be 3-3 going into the bye.
"We had a few very sore boys playing today so that was pleasing to see, but now we can hit the bye with some momentum and we've got another home game against Lauderdale after the bye which we're really looking forward to."
Launceston co-captain Jay Blackberry is expected to return to senior footy following the bye after collecting 40 touches in the Blues' first development league win of the year.
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- Launceston 1.1, 10.2, 15.4, 19.5 (119)
- Tigers 3.5, 4.6, 4.7, 8.7 (55)
- GOALS, Launceston : B. Taylor 3, G. Holt 3, M. Thorp 3, J. Harper 2, B. Palfreyman 2, F. Seymour 2, A. Wright 1, T. Lucas 1, T. Miller 1, R. Tyrrell 1
- Tigers : M. Paul 3, K. Lovell 1, L. Graham 1, M. Gardner 1, E. Reardon 1, L. Griggs 1
- BEST, Launceston : F. Seymour, M. Thorp, B. Taylor, J. Harper, J. Smith, B. Palfreyman
- Tigers : K. Lovell, E. Reardon, M. Gardner, M. Davies, M. Reynolds, M. Paul