The result of Saturday's top-four TSL clashes could lock in a blockbuster grand final weekend at UTAS Stadium in September.
After the NTFA secured its first UTAS Stadium decider in a decade on Thursday - the premier division grand final on September 11 - the State League could hold its big dance at the same venue the next day.
Held at either UTAS Stadium or Bellerive Oval depending on outcomes of particular finals matches, the TSL grand final looks set to be held in Launceston for the ninth time in 11 years with Launceston and North Launceston strong favourites to finish in the top two.
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Wins on Saturday mean the two Northern clubs would open up three-and four-game buffers on Clarence and Kingborough, virtually ensuring an all-Northern qualifying semi-final.
NTFA president Scott Rigby backed UTAS Stadium to hold up to six matches in two days should the super weekend eventuate.
"We work with AFL Tas and it just fitted in perfectly, it's like the jigsaw pieces just fit," Rigby said.
"With their plans and our plans and working with [UTAS Stadium manager Robert Groenewegen] it fitted beautifully together.
"There's an opportunity to really push footy which is what we want to do for the state - we don't want to make it about the NTFA or TSL, it's about promoting footy in the North of the state as well as statewide."
North Launceston hosts Clarence at UTAS on Saturday, while the Blues play at Kingborough.
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