The Tasmanian women's team picked up its third win at the under-18 national hockey championships in Launceston on Tuesday.
Two goals in a minute in the first quarter from Ansa Le Grange and Maddison Brooks were enough to secure a 2-0 win over Northern Territory.
The Tassie men's team held table-topping Victoria to a 0-0 draw. Captained by Tom Rasmussen, Tasmania sits fourth on the Pool A ladder with a win and a draw from five matches.
Both Tasmanian sides lost their Tuesday matches at the under-15 championships at Bathurst.
Goals in the first and last quarters saw high-flying Victoria defeat the Tassie women 2-0.
The men lost their unbeaten record by becoming the fifth straight victims of NSW State.
Ben Sargent struck the late consolation goal in a 4-1 loss.
Tasmania has won two and drawn two of its five matches and will play Pool A winner Victoria in Wednesday's semi-final.
Under-18 men: QLD 4-2 NT, TAS 0-0 VIC, NSWB 2-1 SA, WA 1-0 VIC DEV
Under-18 women: QLD 8-0 VIC DEV, WA 1-3 NSWS, TAS 2-0 NT, NSWB 1-1 SA
Under-15 men: WAG 3-3 QLDG, WAB 1-3 VIC DEV, ACT 2-0 QLDM, VIC 5-0 SA, NSWS 4-1 TAS
Under-15 women: NT 0-2 ACT, VIC 2-0 TAS, NSWB 1-8 QLDM, SA 1-0 WAB, WAG 4-2 VIC DEV, QLDG 0-5 NSWS
At the national under-18 basketball championships in Werribee, the Tasmanian men went down by 10 points to Queensland South.
Lachlan Brewer again led the way in the 79-69 loss, contributing 23 points as Callum Boucher and Ryley Haywood added 25 points between them, Haywood adding three from downtown.
The women lost by an even narrower margin, going down 83-74 to Victoria Metro.
Four Tasmanian players registered double figures with Macey Crawford (19) supported by Zoe Banks (15), Taya Webb (14) and Charli Kay (12).
Banks also sent down three three-pointers in the game.