Picking up the state's first-ever girls gold medal at the Australian Junior Country Cup, the under-14 Devils have etched their names in the history books in Albury Wodonga.
Adding to Tasmania's Country Cup haul following under-14 Kangaroos' win in 2018, the Devils took on the Tassie Tigers in a grudge match, ensuring an Apple Isle winner.
Going down to the wire, regulation play couldn't separate the two sides as overtime was needed to decide the contest with two free throws from cold-blooded Lauren Angilley securing the win.
North-West's Millie Baker top scored in the Cup-winning contest, dropping 16 points as Lucah Conkie hit the net for 11.
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Basketball Tasmania chief executive Chris McCoy described the results as excellent.
"Overall, we were ecstatic with the way the week went," he said.
"It's not all about results, it's a lot of development both on and off the court for our athletes.
"Being in that camp environment where we are all there with 130 plays and 20 coaches and managers trying to move in the right direction to ensure everyone's hydrated, fed well and working as a team."
In addition to securing the gold medal, the 13 teams representing Tasmania combined for the state's highest winning percentage at the cup - winning 48 matches and losing 56 - and boasted the under-14s boys who secured a bronze medal.
"Having strength in that younger age is fantastic as it shows we have a base of athletes there coming through that will be in our state teams in years to come at a high level.
"It's nice to have those results and we've certainly got some talented athletes at 16s and 18s as well and it's always nice to build the base at a younger level and have that look after itself when they come to under-18s."
The Country Cup featured sides from Albury Wodonga, New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria as well as international sides Fiji and New Zealand.