South Burnie caused one of the GNL women's biggest upsets, beating South Launceston 1-0.
The Suns had only dropped the one game coming into the match but a first-quarter penalty corner conversion to Mel Scolyer was the only score.
Scolyer was the game's best in the torrential conditions, with Alice Hendry toiling hard for Suns.
A strong West Devonport start was too much to handle for Queechy, winning 2-1.
Scoring in the eighth and 12th minutes, Angela McAuliffe and Sam Gray got the Dragons off to a flyer.
Phoebe Withington replied with eight minutes remaining but West held on, with Isabelle Sharman and Alexandra Robertson the best for their sides.
Smithton got its third win of the season, defeating Devonport 4-1.
Tied a goal apiece at half-time, it would be the Saints who pulled away during a power outage, with Sonia Poke scoring a hat-trick.
Clare Wright scored the other and was the Saints' best in the pleasing win as Piper Emmerton was strong for Devonport.
City Marians avoided a late Launceston City fightback in a 3-2 win.
Three first-half goals to Jemma Kenworthy, Abi Wilson and Zayna Jackson put the reigning premiers in the box seat before best-on Lynette Stebbings and Ash Demarco gave Launnie some hope.
Time wasn't on their side however, with Molly Rasmussen the victors' best.
South Launceston avenged its women's loss with a 7-1 win over South Burnie.
Tassie Tiger Kurt Budgeon led the way with four, but Brett Withington was named the Suns' best in his second game for the year.
Kurt Edmunds scored the Hawks' second-half goal with Jordan Dart their best.
Smithton came back in a 1-1 draw with Launceston City.
Despite penalty corner opportunities, neither side scored in the first half, with Jordan Sutherland breaking City's drought in the third.
It would be the Saints' best on, Clayton House, who broke their hearts with eight minutes remaining, securing the split points, while C-Jay Denman was City's best.
West Devonport claimed its fourth point of the season, sharing the load with Queechy Penguins 2-2.
Two goals in the first five minutes to Rob Partridge had the game looking ominous but Lachlan Rogers scored on the edge of half-time to give the Dragons a shot.
He scored again in the final 10 to tie it up, named the match's best, while Tom Moir impressed for QP.
Burnie Baptist's undefeated streak rolled on, defeating Devonport 5-1.
Only scoring one in the first half, the men in blue showed their skill in the second as Keenan Johnson and best-on Khan Riley finished with two apiece.
Jack Pease scored Devonport's on the three-quarter-time buzzer, with goalie Julian Bowing the side's best.