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Launceston walked the fine line on Saturday night and Tornadoescoach Reece Potterknowsit.
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Not between victory and defeat, but to gain a critical head-to-head season edge over nemesis Kilsyth.

The top-of-the-tableconference clash saw the Tornadoes lead from start to finish to collect a convincing 81-71 home win over the Cobras.

“We put ourselves in a really good position and were able to finish out the game towin by the margin we needed to win by,” Potter said.

“We actually had to beat that team by 10 points or more to get the split over them for the rest of the season.So, really,we couldn’t have done it any tighter.”

In the event of equalnumber of wins over the course of the season, the spread betweenLaunceston and Kilsyth counts to gain home-court advantage in the finals series.

But the 10-point margin wasn’t nearlycomfortable enoughfor a nervy Potter during the final moments.

“I’ve been thinking about it all week and then we ended having a timeout.Mikaela (Ruef) got fouled and made the foul shots,” Potter said.

“We’ve now put ourselves in a spot to potentially to win ahome final, if we can take care of a few games for the rest of the season and results go our way.

“We’re a long way away from that,but it was good to get that result, which was basically a double win for us.”

The Tornadoes had seen their lead whittle down from15 points to eight inside 90 seconds, still with 1:25 left.

But the match was set up by a brilliant first quarter that stunned the 12-1 South conference leaders.

“I think the start set us up, no doubt,” Potter said.

“We shot a really good percentage and it was through discipline and execution.

“The girls spaced the floor well and executed againstsome of their defence they tried against us.”

The Torns finished the term up 32-18 on the back of a 18-6 end stretch.

The margin had blownout to 24 when the home side doubled the Cobras score.

Tayla Roberts starred with24 points,pulling down 16 rebounds thatincluded12 off the defensive boards.

TAYLA TIME: Launceston workhorse Tayla Roberts looks to shoot over Kilsyth’s Emily Fryers in Saturday night’s big battle at the Elphin Sports Centre. Picture: Neil Richardson

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