St Patrick's and Clarence reigned supreme as around 100 high school students took to the floor of the Silverdome for Netball Tasmania's school championships.
Qualifying for the state finals with wins in their regional competitions last month, 10 teams - six girls and for the first time, four boys - battled it out for the right to be Tasmania's champions.
Not held last year due to COVID-19, the competition as a whole grew from 24 teams in 2019 to 60 this year.
A North versus South grand final was guaranteed following the semi-final match-ups of Riverside against St Patrick's and Dominic College against Mackillop College.
St Patrick's (24-20) and Dominic (14-13) came out victorious but the grand final would see an easy win to the former as St Patrick's emerged 34-15 winners.
Represented by Matilda Allen, Isabella Barry, Georgia Brown, Olivia Brown, Chloe Cunningham, Alice Jones, Ava Lockwood-Roden and Emily Watts-Heazlewood, the St Patrick's side completed an impressive series.
Blitzing the Northern championships, piling on 180 goals while only conceding 39, the victorious side had a slightly harder day at the state titles.
Defeating Burnie 33-23 and Mackillop 20-8 in the group stages, the winners accounted for fellow Northern winners Riverside in the semi before taking the title with the win over Dominic.
Burnie got the better of fellow North-West side Marist 31-22 to finish fifth.
After a tie in their round-robin match-up, Clarence High School defeated St Patrick's College 24-20 to be crowned Tasmania's first boys' netball champions.
Ties were a prominent feature of St Pat's outfits' day, unable to be split from both Clarence and Hutchins 18 goals apiece in their round-robin matches.
But their opening round 18-8 victory over Riverside was enough to get them into the final before the Clarence side saw them off.
Riverside marginally defeated Hutchins 18-15 in their round-robin game before accounting for them in the third and fourth play-off 17-10.
Clarence's winning team featured Ashton Burk, Mitchell Gorringe, Blake Harper, Travis Knop, Flynn Marshall, Curtis Miley, Jordan Peel, Marti Suris, Ozzie Warmbrunn and Ryan Williamson.
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