South Launceston's love affair with the Female Greater Northern Cup continued with the club's fifth consecutive titles secured in the finals at Sheffield on Sunday.
The Cricket North side was too powerful for Ulverstone in the final, chasing down the target of 77 in 12 overs.
South Launceston co-captain Caitlyn Webster said it was an amazing feeling to continue the club's domination of the cup and everyone in the team contributed to the win.
"I really can't put this into words, the group of girls we have just continue to work hard and it is very nice to continue getting wins," she said.
"The main goal was to bowl tight and restrict their scoring of runs because we knew they had a few good batters at the top and we needed to get them out early.
"We also always want to get the opening pair off to a good start with a bat, but the beauty of our team today was that we batted really deep and we were able to rely on them to hit the runs at the end."
It was the Black Caps who batted first after winning the toss and it was player of the game in Montana Bradley that provided the backbone for their total of 9-76 off 20 overs.
Bradley carried her bat through the innings with 47 not out, but only Shakrya Oliver gave her any assistance with 10.
Meg Radford with 2-10 and Amy Duggan with 2-14 did the damage with ball for South Launceston.
The run chase started strongly for South Launceston with Radford (16) and Webster (28) getting their side within 37 for victory.
I really can't put this into words, the group of girls we have just continue to work hard and it is very nice to continue getting wins.South Launceston co-captain Caitlyn Webster
But the Black Caps fought back through Oliver (2-17), Kahla Summers (1-25) and a run out in a 4-15 collapse to give them a slither of hope.
That hope was quickly extinguished as Deb Reynolds and Ellie Matthews secured the win without losing another wicket.
South Launceston initially showed off its strength in the first semi-final against Latrobe, defeating the Demons by 63 runs in a dominant display.
Batting first, Radford and Belinda Wegman put the Demons bowlers to the sword with 24 and 23 respectively, while late order runs pushed the final total up to 7-114.
Keisha Williams took 4-16 for the Demons.
The run chase never really got going for the Demons with 19 from Kate Chaplin being the only resistance as they were restricted to 9-51.
Alice McLauchlan, Duggan and Narine Maurangi took two wickets.
The Black Caps secured their place in the final by defeating Sheffield by 47 runs.