A young DEVONPORT side have shrugged off inconsistencies that have plagued them with a 3-1 win over a depleted City Marians.
Caleb Armstrong excelled in the back half as Devonport trailed 1-0 at half time following a Rhys Burgess goal and a Shannon Wainwright injury.
BURNIE BAPTIST backed last week's dominant performance with an emphatic 8-0 win over South Burnie.
Jumping out of the blocks with a 3-0 first quarter, Baptist had seven goal-scorers as the coaches of both sides, Khan Riley and Brent Jago, led from the front with Riley showing why he is one of the league's best.
SOUTH LAUNCESTON rebounded after a rare loss by defeating Smithton 2-0 as Kurt Budgeon once again showed flashes of brilliance.
Sam Elliston-Buckley and Sam Beckett scored South's majors as Smithton's defence of Nathan Johns and Eddie Polowski worked hard to keep the Suns scoreless in the last half.
QUEECHY PENGUINS continued their run of brilliance in a dominant 7-0 win over West Devonport as Matthew Franklin, Evan Lawrence and Justin Ockerby all scored a pair.
Finn Bailey scored the other as former coach Ryan Horne excelled and West Devonport goalkeeper Zac King ensured the result didn't enter double figure territory.
Following in the footsteps of their men's side, QUEECHY PENGUINS caused a major upset in women's competition by defeating West Devonport 2-1.
Young gun Lucy Cooper was effective in the win as Alex Robinson and Brooke Whitmore scored to establish the lead before West's Makenzie Thomas scored in the 65th minute to rise comeback hopes.
Mel Scolyer showed experience and poise in defence as SOUTH BURNIE overcame a competitive Launceston City-Tamar Churinga outfit.
Jess Nicholls scored both goals as South Burnie took advantage of a seven minute lapse of concentration from improved youngsters, led by Emily Nunn and Sara Wilkin.
SMITHTON didn't quite get the win against South Launceston as the Suns scored with a penalty corner after the siren to avoid consecutive defeats.
A depleted South recovered after a Sari Lehmann goal put the Saints in front but Kira Budgeon led the Suns back as coach Jo Brumby iced the cake.
DEVONPORT and City Marians couldn't be split as the 1-1 half time result stayed the same at the end of their match.
Kaylah Rataj starred and scored the Devonport goal to register their first season points as Monique Moore scored in a strong performance from Chalie Vandenberg and Madison Clark.