Wednesday night's stand-alone women's round saw seventh-placed Launceston City hold West Devonport to a score-less draw.
Coming in to the clash having failed to secure ladder points in a month and facing a challenging task on the road, the Tigers held off several early attacks from the Dragons and managed to finish the contest unscathed.
City star Emily Nunn was resolute in defence, named best afield with teammate Kaylee Demarco also impressing as Isabelle Sharman made it a hat-trick of three-vote performances for West.
City Marians returned from the bye with a bang, defeating Devonport 6-0.
A trio of early penalty-corner conversions from Molly Rasmussen and Brooke Grubb caught Devonport on the back foot before Charlie Vandenberg added another and Rasmussen completed her hat-trick in the first half.
Vandenberg sealed the deal in the second as the game evened out, with Zayna Jackson controlling plenty of the play and Allison Fry, Jess Bailey and Mackenzie Emmerton the shining lights for Devonport.
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South Burnie completed an escape Harry Houdini himself would proud of, coming from behind to defeat Smithton 2-1.
After a score-less half, the Saints broke the deadlock through Abbey House and looked set to secure their third 2021 victory but best-on-ground Emily Smith and Mel Scolyer sunk the ship with goals in the last five minutes.
Meah Leary and Zoe Groves impressed in victory as Elyse Poke, Leah House and Clare Wright shone for the Saints.
South Launceston and Queechy couldn't be split at St Leonards, with the pair doing battle to a 2-all draw.
Goals to Isabella McRobbie and Hannah Connolly ensured the duo would be all square at half-time before McRobbie and Nicole Symonds struck within minutes of each other in the third quarter to tie it up again.
The last term ran scoreless, confirming the tied result, with Lucy Cooper, captain Alexandra Robertson and Jaimie Duffy strong for the Penguins as Kiah Williams and Alice Hendry impressed for the ladder-leading South.
Men's GNL action continues next Wednesday night as this weekend belongs to the junior regional challenge.
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