The finals series was dominated by North-West teams but grand final victory was something no team could crack, with South Launceston taking out the women's Greater Northern Cup.
It's the sixth consecutive year the Knights have taken out the title, with their dominance in the crash and bash game becoming more prominent.
It wasn't an easy victory for the side who came up against a determined Latrobe side at their home ground.
Demons' coach Tim Lowry had nothing but praise for his side's performance against the powerhouse side.
"I am, absolutely; they represented the club and themselves really well," Lowry said.
"(South Launceston) do everything well and they have a lot of depth batting and bowling; they're hard to beat."
South Launceston opened the attack through Amy Duggan, who knocked 68 off 38 balls and partnering with Meg Radford (48 off 46 balls) to lead the away side to a comfortable 4/176.
According to Knights' co-captain Belinda Wegman, the semi-final and grand final scores wouldn't have been possible without competitive opposition.
"We haven't scored those two big scores in a long time and like I said to the girls, we scored them because we were playing better teams," Wegman said.
"We had really good opening partnerships; so the ones, twos and threes could do what they needed to do, which is what we work on at training.
"We've been pushed a bit today; I know we scored big but the competition down here is getting better and we can tell that by the scores on the field."
The young Demons side was led by Zoe Lowry, who top scored for the side hitting 40 off 50 ball.
It wasn't enough for Latrobe, who finished the day at 4/102.
While Latrobe were unable to knock-off the Knights, Lowry said the side would still take plenty away from the game.
"The experience is fantastic; to get the experience here against a side like this is worth so much compared with the training sessions," Lowry said.
"They will (see what they've learnt) and we'll talk about it; we'll have a think about it during the week.
"I think they're happy to have been competitive at times.
"South Launceston have out gunned us, there's no doubt about that. I think there were times during the game we performed really well."
Earlier in the carnival, Wynyard did their best to tame the Knights, falling short.
Tigers' opener Montana Bradley got the North-West side off to a strong start, knocking 35 off 44 balls.
Bradley's time at the crease, was short lived, with South Launceston's bowling attack too strong.
Latrobe's run to the final was more difficult, facing a Devonport side determined to make the finals.
The Orions started their innings off strongly, with Penny Fulton top scoring for the side, knocking 38 off 56 balls.