The coach of the women's Northern Championship winning team believes they will be good enough for statewide competition within two years.
It may have taken Riverside Olympic 41 years to claim a women's title, but the club is confident it can take the next step.
Long-serving stalwart Lynden Prince masterminded the championship campaign - a year after doing the same for the men - and would prefer to see this team aspire to the Super League than a mooted composite team from five Launceston clubs.
"I think the other option would split the club and I don't know how it would work. We would rather have a Riverside Super League team," Prince said.
"They are a young and enthusiastic team and really work well together.
"I think the option of the Super League should be considered maybe in two years' time. Not next year but the year after. They will be good enough by then.
"We've got a lot of girls still coming through the 16s that also play Saturdays."
With Ulverstone the only side north of Hobart in the six-team Women's Super League following Launceston City's withdrawal last season, Football Tasmania believes a Northern team is imperative to maintain a talent pathway.
At a competition review workshop in July, the idea was made for a composite women's team from Riverside, Northern Rangers, Launceston United, City and North Launceston Eagles.
All clubs expressed cautious support of the idea although concerns were raised about the logistics of such a team and how it might affect existing Northern Championship sides.
As for whether he would go for a championship hat-trick next season, Prince said he would consider his options while representing the Tassie Wizards over-45s at the national masters championships in Adelaide in October.
"I'm a little bit mentally tired, but I've enjoyed this," he said.
Among those in the celebratory team picture on Saturday was club president Stuart McCarron whose mum Marlene was in the first women's team fielded by the club for a match against Ulverstone in 1978 - long before a league began.
A couple of hours after Riverside beat reigning champions Rangers to claim the women's title, Rangers reversed the roles in the men's competition prompting similar reflections from their coach.
Rod Fulton's men have lost just once in 20 games and he felt the club's dominance backed up the decision to withdraw from statewide competition this season.
"This is huge for the club and I think it confirms we made a good call," he said.
"We are a good community club. We survive on passion and commitment and this is a great thing for the club."
Launceston's two state league teams complete their home fixtures on Saturday before swapping opponents for final-week away games in Hobart.
Riverside host second-placed Olympia ahead of a trip to Hobart Zebras knowing they will finish eighth in their first statewide campaign this century.
With some early-season spankings behind them, Alex Gaetani's men found their feet in the second-half of the year with wins against Clarence and Launceston City, draws with South Hobart and Kingborough before two competitive showings at champions Devonport.
Across town a couple of hours later, Zebras will face a City side sitting seventh but with aspirations to end the season as high as fifth.
Lino Sciulli's men will wrap up their campaign at Olympia the following Saturday and the coach said he is keen to record a scalp off one of the bog boys after a sub-standard campaign from last season's early pace-setters.
Noah Mies returned to goal-scoring form with a hat-trick in last week's 4-1 defeat of cellar dwellers Clarence.