A Brayden Claridge display of brilliance led Rocherlea as the Tigers picked up a 11.11 (77) to 10.16 (76) upset win over Bridgenorth.
A six-goal haul from the 2018 NTFA representative team best on ground saw his side make amends for their nail-biting round nine loss to their opponents as they rallied from a three-point half-time deficit.
Rocherlea coach Andrew Cox-Goodyer assisted his young protegee, kicking two majors himself as team-mates Jacob Hawkins, Adam Etchell and Blake Holmes found the big sticks with strong performances from Luke Richards and Sam Maddern.
Fifth-gamer Adam Dickenson was Bridgenorth's best as experienced forward Rohan Sergeant nailed four goals and Jake Nunn and Nick Milbourne two apiece.
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A nine-goal first quarter set HILLWOOD up for glory against Scottsdale as the Sharks ran away with a 21.11 (137) to 7.2 (44) victory to set up their finals campaign.
Finishing the season in third, the Sharks will face Bridgenorth for an eventual crack at Longford for the grand final with goals aplenty coming from their big name forwards on Saturday.
Tom Bennett (five), Jake King (four), Shannon Buller (three), Brady Squires, Andrew Whitmore and Mark Walsh (all two) kicked multiple goals in the 93-point victory as Dan Withers starred.
Magpies coach Geoff Mohr kicked two as Louis Burr was named best-on for the second week in a row as Rohan Lester and Brady Gee impressed.
BRACKNELL ended 2019 with consecutive wins for the first time this season as the Redlegs picked up a victory over sixth-placed George Town, 18.14 (122) to 9.6 (60).
Corry Goodluck fired once again for the Redlegs with four majors showing his versatility as Jack Dyer (three), Trent Page, Callum Mulder and captain Richard Howe all kicked multiple goals.
The win rocketed the Redlegs off the bottom of the ladder and into seventh with five wins for the season as coach Andrew Philpott begins the team's rebuild.
Lachlan Mason and Zach Burt both kicked two in the loss as Matthew McKinnon was his side's best.
Reigning premiers SOUTH LAUNCESTON continued their momentum into finals with a 14.10 (88) to 11.3 (69) win over Deloraine in Brad Powe's last game at the helm.
Leigh Harding and Josh Harris combined for six between them but it was Deloraine's Tyson Gardam who single-handedly eclipsed them with seven of his own.
Bowen Pearce was the Bulldogs' best with Lochy Dornauf a clear favourite for the Kangaroos' honour.
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