Launceston Church Grammar School has enjoyed one of its most successful sporting campaigns on record by taking out three SATIS premierships.
After taking out the boys' cricket title in Hobart early this year under Jade Selby's watchful eye, the school broke a 53-year-old drought by defeating Southern heavyweight Hutchins 4-1 in the boys' hockey final.
The year was capped off by the girls' firsts soccer team winning their first flag since the competition began in 1999.
"I think we've had one of the most successful years in sport history at the school," Grammar's director of sport Adrian Finch said.
"We've won three state premierships - I think from the North there's only been one other state premiership, so all of the other independent schools' SATIS competitions have been dominated by the South.
"For a small school we're punching above our weight when we do win against the bigger schools from the South of the state but also our direct competitors from the North and North-West of the state."
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Having won five of the six Northern soccer competitions this season, Grammar hosted both the boys' and girls' state grand finals for mixed results.
Heartbreak came for the boys' side who fell in a penalty shootout after finishing full time at 2-2 with Guilford Young College, but the thrill of the girls' comeback victory all but made up for it.
Conceding the opener to Fahan in the first two minutes, Grammar scored twice in the second half to seal a famous victory.
"We came that close to really stamping our dominance at that sport," Finch said.
"We're really placing an importance on sport at the school and there's really a resurgence of strength of sport at the school.
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"But also the school's really investing a lot in sport programs and really giving kids as many opportunities as possible - we've got over 20 sports to choose from and there's a lot of resources goes into that, not just staff.
"We've also achieved success in swimming, athletics and cross country which highlights the depth and breadth of our talented athletes across both the junior and senior campuses."
Grammar also competed in football finals this year after finishing top of the table in Northern junior boys' and girls' competitions.
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