Tasmania's WNCL side announced themselves as title contenders, defeating last season's premiers Western Australia by nine wickets at Kingston's Twin Ovals.
A strong bowling performance restricted the away side to just 8-170 from their 50 overs before the Tigers' batters took the chase in their stride, using 31 overs and only one wicket to seal the deal and stay undefeated after three matches.
Going into the game without experienced batter Corinne Hall, Launceston-born bowler Meg Phillips was given her opportunity in the best XI - bowling five overs for 27 runs.
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Greater Northern Raiders quick Belinda Vakarewa and former Western Australian Heather Graham started efficiently up front, keeping their openers to a partnership of just 11 off the first eight overs before the former snagged the prized wicket of Nicole Bolton.
Bolton's opening partner Chloe Piparo continued to grind it out, making 50 off 95 balls before Graham collected her wicket, while number seven Piepa Cleary made an unbeaten 42.
Vakarewa's 2-22 off 10 set the tone while Nicola Carey (2-33), Graham (1-30) and Sam Bates (1-26) all took wickets.
From there, it was a batting masterclass.
Gun recruit Rachel Priest was dismissed for a run-a-ball 33 after combining with Raiders representative Sasha Moloney for 59, but that was the only blemish on the Tigers' list as Moloney and Carey sorted the rest.
They combined for 112 and both raised their bats, Moloney finishing with 77* and Carey 50*.
The two sides play again at the same ground on Friday.
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