Hana Basic's successful tour of the North-West Coast continued on New Year's Eve.
The Victorian, who took out the 100 yard title at Penguin earlier in the week where she equaled Cathy Freeman's Tasmanian All-Comers record, added the Burnie Gift to her collection after a thrilling win on Thursday.
Basic [1m] crossed the line first in a time of 13.94, just ahead of Jessica Lyndon [13.95], with Emma Penney third in 14.03.
Rising Australian star Torrie Lewis, [0.5m], finished fourth in a time of 14.24.
"It has been a really good couple of weeks and I am definitely finding my form,'' Basic said.
"I knew it would be [close] and I knew I had to give everything and it paid off."
I knew I had to give everything and it paid off...- Hana Basic
Basic, who is aiming for a relay squad spot for the Tokyo Olympics, admitted the COVID-19 lockdown in her home state had been a blessing in disguise when it came to training.
"Funnily enough this is the most motivated I have ever been, and that's probably because I didn't have that much else to do at home, so training was my outlet and I really gave it everything,'' she said.
She also promised she would return to West Park in 2021 "if you guys will have me".
Defending champion Morgan Gaffney [-0.5m], finished fourth in her semi-final in her quest for a fifth Burnie Gift title.
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