Moana Chamberlin scored four as NORTHERN RANGERS women went on the rampage with a 7-1 win at Devonport.
Sisters-in-law Febey (two) and Abbie Chugg completed the scoring as Stephen Pearce's ladder-leading side clocked up its fourth straight win.
The fourth-versus-fifth derby clash at LAUNCESTON CITY proved as tight as the ladder placings suggested, RIVERSIDE reversing the previous day's NPL Tasmania result with a 3-2 win.
A Zali Kirkman double for City wiped out Meg Connolly's early penalty but the match swung late as Connolly claimed her second - and ninth of the season - before Sofia Bailey poached the late winner.
"We should have finished the game much earlier but the golden rule is if you don't take your chances you make it hard for yourself," said Olympic coach Jo Haezebrouck. "I told them to be patient and it would come, and it did. Sofia is a hard-working player who was in the right spot to be the match-winner."
City coach Barry Baker responded: "We've got a lot of young players but the side is growing and our rebuilding is working well."
Isobel Cootes was another to bag four goals as LAUNCESTON UNITED romped to a 5-0 win at Somerset. Bella Duff completed the scoring.
Ulverstone won 8-0 at Burnie United.
RIVERSIDE OLYMPIC edged the men's derby 2-1 at LAUNCESTON CITY.
Rhys Kinslow put the visitors ahead from the penalty spot and Macka Hancox added what proved to be the winner against his old team.
Olympic coach Joe Evans was pleased with his team's first win of the season.
"It was not the most polished performance but the boys have been working hard and hopefully this will kick-start our year," he said.
Charlie Dyer pulled one back for City and his dad and coach Justin thought a draw would have been a fair result.
LAUNCESTON UNITED was beaten 4-2 at Somerset despite goals for Aidan Rigby and Christian Byard while Burnie and Ulverstone drew 2-2.
NORTHERN RANGERS went down 4-0 at Devonport.