Netball came to life on Sunday with the Northern Tasmanian Netball Association running its second junior statewide carnival for the year.
Two weeks after the 13U, 14U and 15Us event, Hoblers Bridge played host to 17U, 12U and 11Us from around the state.
Players from the Burnie, Devon, Southern, Meander Valley, Northern Tasmania and Kingborough netball associations made up 14 teams competing.
NTNA chairperson Alison Filgate said the association was delighted to host statewide competition.
"This is a great opportunity to see the talent in each area and what our state selectors utilise as a pool to identify future talent," she said.
"As an approved pathway, selectors were on-site, and we are excited in our current circumstances to still be able to offer this opportunity to players from all around Tasmania."
Matches began at 8.30am and continued through to grand finals in the afternoon.
NTNA operations manager Michelle Woodiwiss thanked patrons for observing coronavirus guidelines required for the carnivals to take place, including maintaining a 500-person limit at the venue.
"It was fantastic to see everyone enjoying themselves," she said.