Courtney Webb says newly-crowned Cricket Tasmania Premier League champions Clarence will not let unusual circumstances spoil celebrations of the club's first women's title in a decade.
The third-place finishers were unveiled as champions on Friday when organisers called off the remaining men's and women's finals matches due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Clarence, who ousted the Greater Northern Raiders in one semi-final, finished higher on the ladder than fellow finalist South Hobart-Sandy Bay and were consequently deemed premiers.
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"I think it's a bit of a different situation, it probably hasn't happened too many times before but I think we've got to be really happy with the season we've been able to produce," Webb said.
"Having a few girls in and out of the team over the Big Bash and the WNCL, a lot of our younger girls really stepped up when they needed to and we've had a really great season overall.
"It's quite rewarding to come away with the premiership cup."
Webb scored 44 not out off 35 balls in the semi-final to sentence the Raiders to a nine-wicket defeat.
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