The Raiders ended their T20 season on a high note, and will now look to carry that momentum into the rest of their one-day matches.
Greater Northern (5-153) would beat Lindisfarne by 27 runs on Saturday before besting North Hobart (8-120) by five runs later that day. Raiders coach Tim Coyle said it was good to start the year with two contrasting wins.
"The first game I thought we really dominated ... we posted a good score and we were very good with the ball," he said.
"All in all, nearly a perfect game for us; we executed on all three levels well.
All in all, nearly a perfect game for us; we executed on all three levels well.Tim Coyle
"The second game, we didn't bat as well as we'd like but we did well in the last two or three overs in the game thanks to our lower order.
"At the end of the day, our bowling came to the fore and we built pressure for taking wickets ... we increased the pressure and we came out on top."
The Raiders finished third on the T20 season ladder, narrowly missing out by one point of the final.
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The premier league's leading teams in North Hobart and University will face off in the T20 final.
"We look at a couple of games we could've won that we lost," Coyle said.
"We could've easily been preparing for a final - that's a great result for a young team that's only been in the competition for three years."
Coyle hoped his team's T20 success would translate well as they return to longer matches, facing Glenorchy for the first time this Saturday.
"It's about sustaining pressure with the ball for longer, it's a challenge in itself," he said.