SOUTH BURNIE women caused one of the biggest upsets in recent memory with a 4-2 win over West Devonport to secure finals.
After losing two of their first three matches, the Hawks have stormed home with three wins and two draws, with Saturday's come-from-behind victory the icing on the cake.
Ange McAuliffe scored West's two goals with their first two circle entries but South wouldn't stay down, scoring the next four for victory with Jen Phillips named best on.
QUEECHY also worked their way into the top four at the expense of South Launceston with a 2-1 victory against Launceston City.
It would be Josie Kremerskothen and Millie Smith who hit the scoreboard for Queechy after a scoreless first half, while Lucy Murgatroyd's late goal gave the Tigers some spark but they were unable to chase down the deficit.
CITY MARIANS peppered Smithton's hard-working defence in a 4-0 win away from home.
Zayna Jackson scored yet again to pick up two alongside Monique Moore as the reigning premiers piled on three goals in the first quarter.
In taking the victory, they leap-frogged the defeated West Devonport and took first spot on the ladder.
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT
While it was a memorable day for SOUTH BURNIE's women, their men's outfit would realise how cruel sport can be with a crushing 10-0 South Launceston defeat knocking them out of finals after starting the round in third.
Jamie Hullick scored five in his step up from division two, while Kurt Budgeon chipped in with four to bring his season tally to 21.
The Hawks' loss meant SMITHTON secured themselves third place with a 3-1 win over City Marians.
Kiah House scored two and Jacob Thrower one as Alexander Poke led the way for the Saints, while Jason Birtwhistle and David Kenworthy were the best in defeat.
QUEECHY also proved it's never too late to squeeze into finals, defeating Launceston City 3-1 in a fiery clash.
The Penguins were sitting with one win and four losses just under a month ago and after three consecutive wins, they've booked themselves a seat at the table.
Heath Edwards continued his scoring ways with two while Tom Moir and City's Joe Short completed the sheet as Dom Gill was named the match's best player despite playing in the losing side.
BURNIE BAPTIST completed their unbeaten season with a 12-1 victory over West Devonport.
Lachie Murfet and Tyler Wolfe both scored four as the Dragons' Angus Yeates broke through for their first goal of the season.
Braden Johnson was named the minor premiers' best, followed by Murfet as West goalkeeper Zack King continued his trend.