The Tasmanian Netball League is shaping up for another all-North grand final, as the Northern Hawks and Cavaliers continue to dominant the competition.
The pair dispatched the Karana Flames and Waratah respectively across Saturday and Sunday after a three-week break.
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Commanding the top of the ladder, as well as point differentials of +179, both teams are set for a collision course for a Silverdome showdown.
Both clubs have worked really hard to get to that point and it's something we're both incredibly proud ofDanni Pickett
Hawks stand-in coach Danni Pickett said the potential for the cross-town final was very much alive.
"The Southern teams are pushing us but I think the standards that we've set up here in the North in terms of competitiveness is huge," she said.
"Both clubs have worked really hard to get to that point and it's something we're both incredibly proud of."
Cavs co-coach Dan Roden, however, wasn't ready to call the race over just yet.
"We only just beat Cripps [Waratah] by eight goals and they had been winning in the first quarter so there's not that big a gap," he said.
"I think Cripps are probably the pick of the southern teams at the moment but it always ebbs and flows and cycles around."
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