LAUDERDALE has continued its recent good form over Eastern Shore rival Clarence, with a dominant 59-point win over the Roos at Bellerive Oval on Saturday.
As a result, the two teams will face off again this weekend in an elimination final, with Clarence relinquishing third spot to Launceston.
The Bombers set the game up in the first half, kicking nine goals to one, and were never headed from there as a rock-solid defence restricted the Roos to only three goals for the game.
Unlike its city rivals, North Hobart, there was to be no fairytale finish for Hobart in its final TSL game.
The Tigers went down at the hands of Glenorchy by 35 points at the TCA Ground as they prepare to play in the SFL next season.
Hobart only trailed by eight points at the main break, but despite seven goals from James Charlesworth, the Magpies kicked away in the second half courtesy of six goals from Nathan Matthews in his final game.
The final round began on Friday night when Launceston edged out neighbour North Launceston by two points under lights as Aurora Stadium.
The Bombers kicked more goals for the match, but the Blues had seven more scoring shots.
Launceston forward Sonny Whiting kicked three goals, which was enough to see him win the leading goalkicker award for the competition.
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