Lilydale all but secured its second-straight minor premiership, winning a nine-point slugfest against Old Scotch.
As rain peppered Tasmania, the premiership favourites overcame first and second-term deficits to win 4.12 (36) to 4.3 (27), putting a two-game gap between first and second.
Logan Reynolds received a special addition to his jam-packed trophy cabinet, named the Keian Brown Medallist, while Corey Lockett, Tom Grimes and Reuben Rothwell were also influential for Lilydale.
Jonty Swallow, Brin Duggan and John McKenzie impressed for the Thistles, with Charlie Eastoe the game's only multiple goal-kicker.
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Tom Chugg proved a thorn in BRIDPORT's side for the second time this season, kicking seven in Old Launcestonians' 15.13 (103) to 3.6 (30) victory.
The ex-Eagle had good support from Patrick Power and Joey Cullen (two goals each) up forward as the Blues coasted home with a six-goal last term.
Joss Ackroyd and Mo Makitae tried hard for the Seagulls, who can no longer make finals.
ST PATS rained all over Rickie Wells' parade as the Evandale stalwart celebrated his 200th club game.
Keiran Carlton kicked the home side's only goal as the Saints won 10.7 (67) to 1.6 (12), putting their finals spot beyond doubt.
Jake King kicked four for the Saints as Patrick Rodman, Ben Arkless and Tristan Collins dominated around the ground.
EAST COAST kicked seven first-term goals en route to a 17.16 (118) to 3.4 (22) win over UTAS.
Will Stoltenberg, Chae Evans, Cameron Upton and Majak Miar combined for 13 goals as Lion Liam Guardia put on a typically hard-working display in his 50th game.
MEANDER VALLEY was made to work for a 14.3 (87) to 6.7 (43) win over Perth.
Playing for the first time since coach Damian Rhind (two goals) announced he would not coach the club next season, the Suns kicked nine goals to one after half-time.
Nathan Applebee (four majors) proved fruitful in the forward line, teammates Callum Harrison and Liam Shegog won plenty of ball, while Harrison Moss was named the Magpies' best.