Rhianne Hack is so keen to absorb everything that is Hobart Hurricanes the club's Northern rookie is willing to carry the drinks out onto the middle of Burnie's West Park to best experience a match.
"I'm not truly sure what my role is to be honest," she said.
"I do know I'll be training prior to their matches with them, being involved in all those pre-game chats, all the warm-ups and all that stuff involved with the media.
"During the game, I'm not too sure what I'll be doing, but if I get to carry out drinks, I'll even jump at the chance of being involved with the team that way because that's a great opportunity."
Hack will spend four days with the squad ahead of the WBBL side's double-header against Sydney Thunder.
The 20-year-old's duties extends to travelling down for Bellerive Oval games and the Invermay Park encounter scheduled for November 13.
She will only get to meet Hurricanes teammates for the second time on Thursday after an initiation last week.
"I think this is just a great opportunity to work on my game, both on and off the field," Hack said.
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"It's a bit of opportunity to have that and be able to be a part of something at that higher level of cricket to be exposed to that. It will just be something that is really good for my game going forward."
The Bridport resident has come through the ranks at Launceston since she was 15 in the first Cricket North women's season in 2014-15.
But it has been the spot for the Greater Northern Raiders that has given Hack a boost.
"It's really great to see the introduction of the Greater Northern Raiders," she said.
"In the past, we would have had to travel down to Hobart to train so it just takes that extra travelling away and to be able to train on your home ground and just being able to be exposed to a higher level of cricket in the North."
Hack has watched one-time South Launceston allrounder Courtney Webb and ex-Riverside keeper Emma Manix-Geeves sign Cricket Tasmania deals and flourish.
That has given the Lions allrounder real confidence.
"To see them do what they do is really quite awesome," she said. "I now I know I have to keep working at my game to get to that level of theirs."
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