Greater Northern League's two divisions both have fresh premiers as Burnie Baptist and City Marians took out their respective titles on Saturday.
Baptist put an end to South Launceston's hopes of five premierships in six years by picking up their second in three with a 3-2 extra-time victory.
After a barren 34 minutes, Baptist's Keenan Johnson broke the deadlock on the brink of the main break as he converted a penalty corner.
The boys in blue didn't stay in front for long however as Al McBain returned fire with a corner conversion.
Lochie Murfet put the 2017 premiers back in front with the third penalty corner conversion of the match but McBain was able to echo his previous feat and score within minutes.
Finishing regulation play at two goals apiece, extra time was called as Baptist coach and prolific scorer Khan Riley put the finishing touches on the season to collect the flag.
Riley and goalkeeper Jason Lynch impressed for the new premiers with Lynch's opposing member Jamie Pinner strong in goals alongside Kurt Budgeon and McBain.
City Marians got one back on their 2018 GNLW conquerors, West Devonport, with a 3-2 win ending the defeated side's reign as competition leaders.
Gunning for their fifth consecutive premiership, West jumped out of the blocks strongly, putting pressure on City's defence but it was the victors who scored first through Monique Moore.
Marians maintained the pressure, restricting the influence of star Sam Lawrence but a passing error early in the second saw Ella Bishop square the ledger.
Continuing their form after half-time, City converted a penalty corner after unsuccessful attempts with Kira Johnston scoring her first.
The second came not long after to have her side sitting at 3-1 but last year's premiers pushed to remain in the fight - gaining opportunities.
Scoring with three-and-a-half minutes left, the game was in the balance but City held on to take home the flag.
City's Kiah Williams, Jemma Kenworthy and Madison Clark were strong with Lawrence, Sarah Gray and Lucy Withers impressing.
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