The NTJFA season came to a head on Sunday with eight grand finals hosted at Longford.
Nine of the association's 11 clubs participated in the big day, which kicked off bright and early with the division two under 12s at 8.30am and finished in the evening with the division one under 16s.
Finishing off the almost 12-hour day was South Launceston winning the division one title in a 14.6 (90) to 7.5 (47) win over North.
A big first term set the tone as the Oli Woodcock-Davis kicked with five majors for the contest - which saw the Bulldogs blaze away late.
Division two's East Coast were just too strong for the sole Longford side in action, pulling away from the Tigers on their home deck in a 12.12 (84) to 4.7 (31) victory.
Isaac Newett, who played his 100th club game last week, kicked five as the Giants restricted Longford to just two points after scores were tied at half time.
UNDER 17 GIRLS
Launceston showed their future TSL stocks are in good hands with a dominant 9.8 (62) to 2.3 (15) victory over West Tamar as they completed an outstanding perfect season.
Coming into the final with an enormous percentage of 1793, the Blues were led by Ebonie Agostini and Kiara Mills as Jenna Griffiths starred for Tamar.
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The under-14 boys finals saw mixed results for North Launceston as the division one side did what the twos boys couldn't.
Lachlan Shea proved to be the hero, kicking five in the clinical 10.8 (68) to 3.3 (21) victory that saw the minor premiers take the main title over Launceston.
Ava Curtis was the difference in the under-14 girls as East Launceston charged to defeat South Launceston 3.4 (22) to 2.4 (15).
The talented multi-sport star kicked all three goals after her side was unable to find the big sticks in the first term.
Deloraine's division two side followed in the footsteps of their NTFA Shield heroes, defeating the Bombers 10.7 (67) to 3.5 (23) as Tyran Holmes and Billy Elmer booted three goals apiece.
The minor premiers of both the division one and two competitions came home victorious in Launceston and Scottsdale.
Launceston's season came undefeated - conceding less than 100 points all year - as they defeated South Launceston 5.7 (37) to 0.1 (1).
In division two, both Scottsdale and West Tamar had only lost one match all year but it was the Magpies that came out 3.7 (25) to 1.1 (7) victors.