Sodden turf made for low-scoring in most of Saturday's women's footy matches.
Jorja Cherry led the Dogs to a Kangaroo feast at Youngtown on Saturday.
South Launceston walloped Deloraine 13.16 (97) to 1.1 (7).
Cherry led her side with four goals, followed closely by Ellie Woods (three goals) and Lisa Patterson with Danika Corcoran, Ashleigh Bowen and Hannah Grima getting a slice of the scoring.
Leikayla Wadley scored the Roos' only goal.
Meanwhile, Launceston fought hard to win a battle at Windsor Park against Old Scotch 6.6 (42) to 4.4 (28).
Launceston got off to a 22-point lead in the opening two quarters, but a ferocious Collegians team tried to bring themselves back late in the contest.
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT:
Madison Shaw and Mikayla Binns led Launceston with two goals apiece.
A low-scoring affair at Bridgenorth finished with the home team on top of Scottsdale 4.2 (26) to 1.10 (16).
Despite multiple entries, the Magpies' kicks did not go their way the entire contest, failing to score a goal until Alex Hall managed to boot their one and only in the third quarter.
Parrot Emily McKinnell had no trouble scoring, finishing up with three goals.
Evandale had a forgetful outing against the Old Launcestonians, losing 8.7 (55) to 0.0 (0) at Invermay Park.
Caitlyn Webster led her side with four goals.
After their historic first win last week over Bridgenorth, Hillwood came down to earth with a bittersweet game against George Town, tying 3.3 (21) to 3.3 (21).
Lydia Holz, Hannah Geeves and Jasmine Digney all had their share of the Saints' scoring. Sharks Carly Farrow, Narine Maurangi and Makayla White scored goals for their side.
Meander Valley had themselves a day against Longford, beating them handily 13.10 (88) to 2.1 (13).