The behaviour of attendees of Launceston's AFL finals was given a tick of approval by Tasmania Police, who said there was very little negative to report.
With public health directions hanging over the two game like thick fog over the Tamar, Police were ready for rule breakers to put a sour note on the days, but it was not to be.
A spokesperson for Tasmania Police said, as at the conclusion of both games, there had been no known reports of antisocial behaviour or COVID-rule breakers during or around the games.
Cabinet minister Michael Ferguson said he had been told by authorities they were "pleased with the compliance that was demonstrated at the AFL finals game".
"Only a small number of people had to be remanded," he said.
The football behaviour coupled with a penchant from the wider community to make good on the directive to check-in when visiting venues throughout the state.
Tasmania Police said on Sunday there had been an increase in check-ins over the last five days including a standout day on Friday,
"There were more than 800,000 check-ins at retail, cafes, taxi/rideshares and other businesses," they said.
The boost in check-ins came amid a police crackdown which saw a concerted effort to enforce the directive.
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