TASMANIAhas won the division two title despite losing the final game of the NAB AFLUnder-18 Championships to the NSW/ACT Rams by 18 points.
NSW/ACT,Queensland and Tasmania all won two second-division games for the carnival, butTasmania claimed the title with a superior percentage.
TheRams ended Tasmania's hopes of going through the championships unbeaten withtheir 6.10 (46) to 4.4 (28) win, which was led by captain Lloyd Perris.
Perrisgathered 21 disposals and worked tirelessly throughout the game. He sent theball inside 50 on four occasions, had three clearances and also laid eight tackles.
Itclosed a consistent championships for Perris, whose endurance, work ethic,leadership and skills inside the contest are his main traits.
Perrisis a scholarship holder with the Sydney Swans, which means the club canautomatically list him at the NAB AFL Draft with their last selection.
MichaelGibbons continued his reliable efforts through the Rams' midfield, while IsaacHeeney, eligible for next year, provided run and drive.
Markingforward Max King followed his four-goal effort in round four with another threemajors against Tasmania.
ZacWebster was Tasmania's best in a sluggish outing at Victoria Park, gathering 20touches and kicking a classy third-quarter goal.
Aftersome excellent form in previous weeks, Tasmania's star midfielder KadeKolodjashnij (15 disposals) and ruckman Toby Nankervis (17 disposals) hadquieter days.
NSW/ACT 1.3 2.5 4.9 6.10 (46)
TASMANIA 0.1 1.3 3.4 4.4(28)
NSW: King 3, Edwards, Ellis, Howard
Tasmania: Bellchambers, Grey, Mannering,Webster
NSW/ACT: Perris, Barrett, Heeney, King, Head, Davis
Tasmania: Webster, Grey, K.Kolodjashnij, Willis, Mullins, Donnelly
CallumTwomey is a reporter for the AFL website. Follow him on Twitter at@AFL_CalTwomey.