RIVERSIDE Olympic finished their league campaign on a positive, following up last week's victory over Kingborough with a 1-1 draw at South Hobart.
The visitors took the lead and provided several chances to collect a third win of the campaign but again found keeper Jarrod Hill their busiest player.
Coach Alex Gaetani swapped Liams with Poulson stepping up from a consistent Northern Championship season to fill the role of Gilmore who suffered ligament damage last week.
Olympic took the lead through the increasingly-reliable source of Fletcher Fulton, who stayed composed to convert a Macka Hancox cross, but Nick Morton equalised from Andy Brennan's groundwork.
Launceston City held out until two minutes from time before suffering their 12th defeat in 14 matches - 2-0 against Clarence Zebras.
Riley Dillon headed home a Sam Hills cross on 88 minutes and a quick turnover from the resulting kickoff enabled Dillon to double the lead with a perfect chip.
With no Northern Championship fixtures, Dan Smith stepped up to statewide competition as Roger Hardwicke kept faith in City's youngsters.
Champions Devonport completed an undefeated season with a 4-1 win at their nearest challengers Glenorchy.
Another Raph Reynolds penalty conversion set up a win completed late on by Brody Denehey, Joel Stone and Eddie Bidwell.
Alex Walter's injury-time tap in may carry the consolation of landing him the league's golden boot.
Goals from Danny Cowen, Chris Downes and an injury-time winner from Adam Mckeown saw Kingborough win 3-2 against an Olympia side that hit back through Callum Brown and Anthony Mamic.