Two mainlanders took out the main prize on a thrilling second and final day of the Tasmanian junior amateur golf championships.
Taking a one-shot lead into day two, Annabelle Hutchings shot a stellar 70 in the third round to finish with a score of 300 - two clear from Sakura Sugiyama.
Haruhi Nakatani collected an eagle on Launceston Golf Club's 11th to go with third spot while Mowbray's Jorjah Bailey (324) was the best-placed Tasmanian in fifth.
Hallie Meaburn also finished top-10 with Riverside's Alexandria Hansen, Tailah Mowat (Ulverstone) and Mackenzie Thomas (Royal Hobart) all further back.
Tam O'Shanter's Ella Murray-Williams finished top of the net results after a stunning final round of 12 under handicap.
Overnight leader Michael Song was made to work for the boys' title as fellow Victorian Levi Sclater pushed to the final hole.
Level with Mitchell Revie heading into the 18th, Song hit a bogey and Revie a triple bogey to leave the former level on 300 with Sclater.
Song then sunk a birdie on a sudden-death play-off fourth hole to lift the trophy.
Southerner Oscar Burrell (304, sixth) was Tasmania's best-placed finisher with Dylan Backhouse (308) also making the top 10.
Northern trio Isaac Roberts (Riverside), Oskar Small (Mowbray) and Jarryd Battle (Prospect Vale) shot 322, 325 and 336 respectively.
BOYS TOP 10
- Levi Sclater 300, Michael Song 300, Manato Nakatani 302, Mitchell Revie 302, Lachlan Robinson 304, Oscar Burrell 304, Teeren Kannan 304, Andrew Park 306, Aaron Tran 307, Dylan Backhouse 308
GIRLS TOP 10
- Annabelle Hutchings 300, Sakura Sugiyama 302, Haruhi Nakatani 311, Caitlin Peirce 313, Shakira-Ann Kuys 324, Jorjah Bailey 324, Hallie Meaburn 325, Jade Kinita 328, Alexandra Phanuruk 328, Eliza Baker 328