Campbell Town is far away enough even to Launceston's outlying areas and is nearly forgotten in cricket circles.
So much so the fuel stop heading to Hobart does not have a senior team running around on dry summer days.
But a somewhat ragbag band of inspirational juniors are changing perceptions all the while beating the best every week that Launceston regional clubs have to offer.
The Campbell Town Tigers Rookies won a ninth match in a row on Monday night.
To say they had won is an understatement after scoring 1-232 to beat Longford by 161 runs in the Twenty20 game.
"They're doing all types of great things this season," a proud Tigers team manager Terence Johnston said.
"But we're living in a country town and we're a standalone team with no seniors or any upper grades to aspire to."
The club has been salvaged to ensure all Campbell Town kids do not have to travel to Launceston for every game.
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Considering for a moment they have just come together for only their second season against multiple sides from Riverside, Launceston and South Launceston, with sides also coming from Westbury, Cressy and Longford, even training has a matchday feel because no one misses a day.
"It's quite an achievement for our group and we've got an eight-year-old, who in stature is as a short grade 2 in our school and we only have one grade 5," Johnston said.
"It is such a proud moment because our opposition kind of expect when we turn up, we are grade sixes and big country kids, but we're really a mixed group of students, who are just so dedicated to the game of cricket.
"It's pretty exciting to see the success they're having."
They are also no bullies on or off the field. Even the beaten have been heard to say they are the perfect hosts.
So appreciative of sides travelling down and back to Campbell Town once a year, the Tigers put on a barbecue feed for the opposition.
It's kind of cooking for their rivals like the under-12s had done earlier in the middle.
"They are just great sports people, who show good sportsmanship all because that is high on our priority list as well," Johnston said.
"To be good players is one thing, but to be actually have humility and pride in what you do is also wonderful."
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