Tasmania's football future is giving the School Sport Australia under-15 championships a red-hot crack as both sides picked up crushing wins over Northern Territory in Monday's play. Liam Jones once again starred for the Devils' boys as their skills proved too strong in the 11.9 (75) to 1.0 (6) win at Youngtown Oval. Khai Lunson and Campbell Flint kicked multiple majors for the victors in their first games of the carnival as Will Clifford, Jordan Cowell, Ryan Drake, Dillon Goss, Ethan Hubbard, Tom McCormack and Wade Murphy chipped in. Coach Adrian Goodwin was proud of the boys' turn-around following Sunday's heavy Victorian loss. "We knew we'd get reward for effort if we cleaned up our ball-use under pressure," he said. "We eliminated fumbles out of our game, used first options to great effect and used all our numbers up going forward which threw the opposition at us and created dangerous space and allowed us to score. "Our attitude could have gone two ways after Sunday's result but we didn't - we learned from our mistakes." The girls followed up their upset Western Australian win with a clinical 8.13 (61) to 1.1 (7) win over Northern Territory at Rocherlea. Captain Maci Lancaster was fantastic through the midfield once again for the Devils as Exeter's Jenna Griffiths proved a notable accomplice to her skipper with coach Emma Humphries labeling the pair's performance "pretty good". Acclimatising to the dewy conditions, the Tasmanians contained play within their attacking half and were able to nullify NT's rare attacking flourishes until their best-on Grace Whittaker scored the team's major in the last quarter. Amy Edmand was the only multiple scorer as Griffiths, Claire Ransom, Lily Johnson, Avah Polley, Tunisha Kikoak and Matilda Harvey found the big sticks with Humphries once again impressed with the girls' effort. "I don't think we've ever felt this feeling before so just to see the excitement, not just on the girls' faces but on the parents' faces as well is really good," she said. "We set the challenge to them to work on their skill execution as well as work on their structures to play to our game plan which they did better after half-time." Play resumes on Wednesday with the Tassie boys facing Western Australia and the girls clashing with NSW. Subscriptions are available here. Sign up to our Sport email here. Know a junior sport star? Make a nomination for our 2019 Junior Sports Awards here.