Ulverstone proved too strong for Devils Patterson in the Division 1 girls' grand final at the under-10 state championships.
Concluding a hectic weekend of action at Elphin Sports Centre, the North-West side won 19-16 with Marli Horton claiming 14 of their points as Jaga Thorp and Mackenzie Towns hit six each for the Launceston team.
Devils Patterson had earlier edged a thrilling semi-final 10-9 against KHBA Mood Food Kings to reach the decider.
The Division 1 boys' crown also headed North-West with Penguin defeating Glenorchy Revs 29-15 in the grand final as seven players hit the scoreboard, led by Will Hubbard (seven). Jack Hamish August claimed 11 of Glenrochy's 15 points.
Devils Apted beat Southern Wolves 44-20 in the third-place match thanks to 14 points apiece from Sebastian Poke and Zach Stevenson plus 12 from Wyl Garwood.
Burnie Tigers edged the Wynyard Wildcats 27-24 in Division 2 with Smithton Saints defeating Penguin Navy 33-24 to claim third.
Penguin Blues won 18-14 over Grenadiers to claim the girls' Division 2 crown.
Claire Masters and Koa Smith downed seven points each for the victors as Coastal sides dominated the tournament.
Launceston Lightning men suffered three losses on the opening weekend of the state league.
Southern Wolves won 80-68 at Kingborough on Saturday, a couple of hours before Ulverstone Redhoppers doubled the dose, 76-66.
Penguin completed a disappointing start for the Launnie boys by winning 89-56 on Sunday.
There was more success for Lightning women's side, defeating Basketball Tasmanian High Performance 72-42, between narrow losses to Penguin (76-72) and KHBA Kings (74-69) on Sunday morning.
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