South Launceston looks to have gone some part of the way to turning around a first-game upset loss to Riverside.
That day the return of Tasmanian Tigers wicketkeeper Emma Manix-Geeves ahead of Premier League duties with New Town guided the underdogs to a six-run win.
In a contrast of two entirely different approaches on Saturday, the Blues maintained their wickets through steady progress to finish with 1-69.
Opener Maddison Hill carried her bat through the T20 clash with 34 from 64 balls.
Emily Nunn was run out in the 17th over for 14.
South Launceston looked to smash their way to victory, but lost quick wickets early.
Hill, who captured 3-17, ran through the top-order to reduce the Knights to 4-28.
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But Debbie Reynolds instead bludgeoned the Riverside attack with 28 not out off 16 balls that included five fours in the five-wicket win.
Stacey Norton-Smith has punished Mowbray following a brutal innings to deliver Launceston a 10-wicket win.
The Lions opener smashed an unbeaten 39 to keep her name in mind for a Greater Northern Raiders' spot.
Launceston chased down the 59 runs for victory in just nine overs with skipper Lynn Hendley on 11 not out.
Mowbray started well to reach 1-37 inside the seventh over before Cassie Blair was removed for 20 off 18 balls.
The shaky Eagles' batting card stuttered again to lose 9-21 in the next 63 deliveries.
Charlotte Layton had been the chief destroyer with 4-11 while Georgie Nicholson finished off the tail with just 3-2.
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