The match got off to its trademark fiery start as Rhyan Mansell and Alex Saunders traded bumps before the first ball had been bounced, setting the tone for a big match.
North Launceston captain Brad Cox-Goodyer slotted the first major of the match nine minutes in via a high free kick 35 metres out. Coach Taylor Whitford assists in the package of play after an over-turned free from Phillip Bellchambers.
Young 2021 draft prospect Jackson Callow kicks his first major in the dying minutes of the first to have the Northern Bombers leading by 19 at quarter-time.
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Callow wrapped up fellow Tasmania Devils team-mate Oscar Shaw on the boundary line to earn a holding the ball free. Wheeling around on the right, the young star slotted his second.
After three stoppages in the Lauderdale attacking half, Saunders tackled coach Whitford for a holding the ball to put the home side within 13.
In possibly the most dynamic showing of North Launceston's team linkage throughout the game, recruit Liam Davies slapped a loose ball to Fletcher Bennett, booming it down the other end through the chain of Cox-Goodyer and Bart McCulloch before Tom Donnelly's dangerous forward talent came into play, snagging a major.
The ball spilled out to Nicholas Raglione who threaded it through while being tackled for the best goal of the game.
Henry Kerinaiua sneaked home a set shot with a huge slice to put the Southern Bombers within 15 points at three-quarter time.
Dakota Bannister took three bounces down the wing and finds Will Edmunds who gained a holding the man free and sealed the game.
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