A dominant first-quarter performance from Launceston set the tone for a 106-point win over the fifth-placed Tigers at Kingston Twin Ovals.
The undefeated Blues burst out of the blocks with a six-goal to one first term and once again, showed the competition what they are made of as they sprinted to a 17.10 (112) to 1.0 (6) win.
Brie Rattray returned to the side with a bang, leap-frogging absent team-mate Daria Bannister on the season goal-kicking tally by showing off her prowess and booting six to collect her 26th major.
Dearne Taylor (four) and coach Ange Dickson (three) also provided options for Launceston in front of the big sticks as Tasmanian Kangaroos AFLW representative Libby Haines, Meg Radford, Meg Sinclair and Courtney Stanley all slotted individual goals.
As the Blues recorded their third triple-figure victory of the season, Dickson sang the praises of Taylor and Sinclair as their contested abilities shone through.
"Meg Sinclair presented well all game and racked up the contested possessions. Dearne Taylor was brilliant up forward and in the midfield with her tackling efforts outstanding all game," Dickson said.
Maria Neal kicked the solitary goal for the Tigers in the first quarter, with the win taking Launceston to nine consecutive victories as Grace Mitchell led Clarence to prevail 7.9 (51) to 1.0 (6) over Lauderdale.
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