Greater Northern Raiders' day of T20s at UTAS Stadium saw them take two victories, finishing third in the Cricket Tasmania Premier League T20 competition.
Defeating Lindsfarne by 27 runs earlier in the day, the home side backed it up to pick up the victory and Tony Benneworth shield against North Hobart - winning by five runs.
A 61-run opening stand from Devonport teammates Sam O'Mahony and Miles Barnard got the Raiders off to a fantastic start in the opening game before the former was stumped off the left-arm unorthodox bowling of James Bourke.
The Lightning took regular wickets as Barnard watched on before Cooper Anthes (23 off 18) provided a partner for the opener, putting on 58 for the fifth wicket.
Barnard's 80 off 68 balls saw the side to 5-153 with Bourke Lindisfarne's best.
The away side started similarly, putting on 56 before O'Mahony and Brodie Hayes combined for Declan Waddingham's wicket.
Top scorer Keegan Oates (41) was the next to fall as the Raiders continued to pick up scalps, including two wickets in an Oliver Wood over.
Jono Chapman (2-27) was the pick of the bowlers.
Barnard's form didn't carry over into the second game, dismissed on the first ball of the clash by Iain Carlisle.
James Simpson was quickly removed, again at the hands of Carlisle thanks to a run out but O'Mahony and Wood steadied the ship as did Wood and Spencer Hayes after the former's departure.
Wood top scored with 24 in the Raiders' 7-125 as Alex Pyecroft took 3-13.
Patrick Page Jnr started the Demons, who earlier in the day qualified for the competition's final, in a strong fashion but the Raiders began pegging it back.
Anthes changed the game, taking 4-17 off his four overs to decimate the middle order as the Demons fell short after requiring 13 off the last over.