North Launceston stunned its competition onlookers on Sunday amid the first time the club has ever assembled a senior women's side.
The official opening for the third TSLW season was a gala day featuring all six teams playing at UTAS Stadium.
What four of North's rivals witnessed prior to running onto the ground was brutal.
The Northern Bombers just simply made light work of Lauderdale in a 16.15 (111) to 0.0 (0) victory.
The rookies smashed the TSLW record for the highest score on debut by 79 points.
It was the ninth time a side in the competition had broken 100 points, joining Clarence, achieving the feat the first five times, Launceston, twice, and Glenorchy, once.
The Bombers fell 21 points short of the highest score recorded by Launceston that kept their opposition to zero.
Coach Dean Smith, who is building a side from scratch, was almost lost for words.
"We didn't know what to expect," Smith said.
"We didn't know what we would come up against. So we are absolutely rapt."
Lauderdale also made its TSLW debut on Sunday, but the club already had several years under their belt playing in the Southern league.
North headed to a strong 29-point lead at quarter-time, but 2.6 in the second took the shine off its hard work.
"But for the girls to even up the ledger, as we were talking about inaccuracy early with the nerves and everything getting on top of them, the second half they really just stitched that up," Smith said.
Ella Maurer, Maggie Cuthbertson and Emily Mckinnell finished up with three goals.
Smith warned his chargers to start all over again.
"It's a great start, it's a confidence builder for the girls, but then like next week we've got the Clarences and then we come up against the Glenorchys," he said. "So we'll get a reality check."
We didn't know what to expectBombers coach Dean Smith