As far as footballing schools in Tasmania go, Scotch Oakburn have officially put themselves at the top of the list.
Following their two games from home on Saturday, both the senior firsts boys and girls took premiership victories and wrote their names in Tasmanian football history.
Will Harper led the boys' team to their second consecutive SATIS victory with an eight-goal performance sinking the ship of favourites Hutchins on their home turf 12.8 (80) to 7.11 (53).
The Tasmania Devils representative showed his class by scoring five goals in a rapid eight-minute patch of play to give Scotch the advantage in some troublesome times off the back of quality defensive work from Alex Davies, Will Birchmore and Sam Bayles and midfield presence from Ben Simpson and Tom McShane.
With Harper's Devils team-mate Oliver Burrows-Cheng lining up for their opponents, Will O'Toole was given the tagging job and was outstanding in limiting his influence.
While Hutchins pushed Scotch in the boys' match, Fahan couldn't come close to the girls' side in a lopsided 73-point victory for the Northern champions.
Without Allies stars Mia King and Camilla Taylor, Louise Tyson and Amy Halaby stood up in the midfield with Tyson's agility through contested ball situations putting her a notch above the rest until a heavy tackle saw her taken from the field in the last quarter.
Her side were able to hold on with Amy Duggan and Halaby both impacting the scoreboard with three majors as India Viney and Tyson, two, with defensive trio Hannah Scott, Jemma Blair and Harriet Grimshaw a key ingredient to their success, to keep Fahan to one point.
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