The ladder-leading Launceston Tigers wrapped up the last of their home games in style as the end of the Tasmanian Rugby Union season draws near.
Against a hardy UTAS team, the Tigers clamped down en route to a 54-5 win earlier in July.
The quality victory saw Tigers stars Simione Tokomaata and TJ Pieters notch hat-tricks, with the latter collecting best on ground votes.
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Winger Vincent Bell and Benjamin Lui also scored one try apiece, with fullback John Dunbar again proving nigh on unstoppable in conversions with seven.
In their final game in Royal Park for the regular season, the Tigers saw a top performance from a variety of their players to win over Harlequins Red 41-15.
Fineasi Palei collected a tidy two tries, while Joseph Brady, Callum Lyall, Harrison Johnson and Lui all scored one each.
The Tigers' division two team showed no mercy against the Eastern Suburbs in their second-last home bout, rolling the latter 116-3.
The win saw five tries for Dwayne Fox, four for Palei, two for Manu Fifita and one each for another eight Tigers.
In an equally impressive display, the side then blanked Harlquins Blue 64-0 the following weekend.
The tries were well-spread across the team, who sit first on the ladder undefeated.
For their final game of the season, the division two Tigers will face the Taroona Penguins at Rugby Park.
The division one Tigers will join them in the South, as they face the Hutchins Lions at War Memorial Oval.