Devonport's Baynen Lowe was a shining star for the Tasmania Devils as they finished up their rising star under-16 championships with a crushing 41-point loss to NSW/ACT.
Lowe's 27-disposal performance wasn't enough to get his Devils across the line, as he picked up seven tackles, clearances and four inside 50s in a starring role.
The Coastal product was joined by Clarence's Sam Banks (25 disposals and 10 marks) and North Hobart's George McLeod (23 disposals, 11 marks and two goals) as stand-out players as the Devils ended their campaign with one win across their three matches.
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The Devils fell behind quickly as their mainland opponents tallied eight unanswered goals in the first half, leaving the Tasmanians without a major to their name.
Tasmania were able to out-score their opponents in the last half but the fight-back was too little, too late with Josh Fahey's ball-winning ability and Sam Stening's three goals bringing the win.
The NSW/ACT win secured them the division two title in an undefeated performance.
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