A six-goal haul in the second half helped Queechy men to a 9-0 win over West Devonport.
Usual suspects Evan Lawrence and Justin Ockerby wreaked havoc through West's tireless defence, led by keeper Zach King. Hayden Davey controlled West's centre after returning from state duties, but Hippy Carter held firm in defence for Queechy.
Burnie Baptist proved again why they are one of the competition favourites with an 11-2 demolition of Devonport. Matt Murphy and Keenan Johnson scored three and four goals respectively in a win that had five separate goal-scorers. Alex Price was good in defence for Devonport, with Callum Dubbeld scoring their two consolation goals.
South Launceston continued their stellar start to the season with a 2-1 win over South Burnie. Stuart Bowles in defence was the Hawks' best as he helped limit the Suns' firepower, but an early baseline goal from Kurt Budgeon had them on the back foot. Skipper Brad Buchanan led the Suns from the back, and they were rewarded with a second goal to Jarrod Cunningham. A penalty corner conversion by Keenan Jackson in the dying minutes brought the Hawks back into the game.
Launceston City won 2-0 over Smithton, with Beau Cornelius and Rohan John controlling much of their play. Jeremy Stebbings was in fine form up front, scoring both of City's goals. Alexander Poke and keeper Dylan Jago were solid at the back for Smithton, alongside Kiah and Clayton House.
In the women's comp, West Devonport defeated Queechy 4-2 despite an early goal to the Penguins. Young gun Lucy Cooper worked hard throughout for Queechy, with Izzie McRobbie and Olivia Jones also standing tall in defence. However, a double to Caitlin French along with a best on ground performance by Isabelle Sharman was what West needed to continue their perfect start.
Launceston City's youngsters worked hard in their 4-1 win over Smithton, with Ash DeMarco named best on ground and Lucy Murgatroyd shutting down the Saints' strikers. Laura Korpershoek was named Smithton's best as their solitary goal-scorer, with Leah House also doing her best in defence.
South Launceston continued their strong start with a 3-1 win over South Burnie. Alice Hendry and Hannah Connolly got the Suns off to an excellent start with a goal apiece soon added to by Jessie Pankiw. Meah Leary scored the Hawks' consolation goal after the third quarter siren, but they couldn't get through the Suns' skilful midfield led by Kira Trethewie and Kiah Williams. Mel Scolyer was at her best for South Burnie in defence.