Prospect High School is the new girls' football premier of the Northern High Schools Sports Association after a 13-point grand final win over Queechy.
Six-goal victors when the two sides last met, Prospect trailed by 11 points heading into the final term before coming home strong to win 6.7 (43) to 4.6 (30).
North Launceston junior and Eagles softballer Tunisha Kikoak was named best on ground in the win.
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"It was a really good day and a really good game," NHSSA co-ordinator Andrew McCarthy said.
"The tackling was a highlight and it was played under really trying conditions with the wind, but the girls did a great job."
Played throughout term one and four this season, the NHSSA girls' football roster will take place in the winter months next year.
More umpires will be needed to accommodate the change of scheduling.