If South Launceston's premiership record wasn't already impressive enough, the Knights are gunning for yet another title on the weekend.
Facing off against Latrobe in their Greater Northern Cup semi-final at Sheffield on Sunday morning, a win will see the women's side through to the grand final, facing either Sheffield or Ulverstone for the title.
Undefeated through the group stage against Ulverstone, Launceston, Devonport and Burnie, South co-captain Caitlyn Webster is heading into the Demons clash on a high.
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"We are pretty confident coming off some reasonable form which is always handy heading into finals. We are pretty excited for the experience as well, it's been a while since we've played finals so it should be good," she said.
"We haven't played them yet this season so it will be interesting to see whether they have a different line-up.
"If we can continue what we've been doing, have key partnerships with the top order and being able to follow it up with the ball will hopefully be the key to us winning."
Latrobe got through their grouping with only one blemish - a loss to Sheffield - picking up victories over Riverside, Mowbray and Wynyard.
Webster, who has also been an integral part of the Greater Northern Raiders' inaugural season in the Cricket Tasmania Premier League, has played in each of South Launceston's four NTCA titles and three Greater Northern Cup premierships.
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