The Japara Renegades have snapped a two-year losing drought, taking down the South East Devils 82-81 last week.
In the Launceston Basketball Association's senior competition, the Renegades saw a top effort all-round in the one-point thriller.
Henry Cox (28 points), Joshua Garwood-Besanvalle (14pts) and Ben Jessup (14pts) all had top nights for the winning team.
In defeat, Devils' Jamie Mesman had another quality evening with 31 points.
A great evening from City Rockets young-guns Lachie Brewer (28pts) and Harry Flint (24pts) had the side humming en route to a 98-83 win over the Southside Rebels.
In the women's competition, a 15-point night from Rebels Blue's Lucy Bauld saw her team beat the Japara Renegades 48-34.
Jessica Jeffrey dropped 18 points for the Westside Trojans, who handled Rebels Red 59-35.
In an all-Devils bout, Lisa Patterson scored 20 points to lead Devils Patterson to a win over Devils Smith 42-28.
Do you know someone who is contributing to Northern Tasmanian sport, whether through participating or assisting?
The Examiner's Junior Sports Awards, sponsored by Woolworths, provide acknowledgement of accomplishments by players, coaches, volunteers, teams and clubs across the region.
Nominations are open from Wednesday, April 14, and will close at midnight on October 4.
Entries must include a photograph of the entrant.
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