Heather Knight has nothing but positive memories from her first Burnie experience last summer, a feeling she hopes is replicated on the weekend.
The English captain, and one of the world's finest with the bat, returns to the North-West Coast with the Hobart Hurricanes hoping to use their first home games of WBBL05 to get back on track after back-to-back losses when they welcome Sydney Thunder to West Park.
Knight lit it up against the Melbourne Stars last summer on the Coast with an unbeaten 82 from 55 and 23 from 19 as they split their games on a weekend the 'Canes posted their highest score of 6-196.
"We're really looking forward to getting up there again," said Knight, the Hurricanes' all-time leading run-scorer with 1177 in 46 games, with that 82 the highest individual score in Hobart's history.
"It was really good and the crowd was very vocal and they really did support us, and hopefully they will be doing that again, and I did also enjoy the trip to the Cadbury factory and the free chocolate there, so it really has good memories for me."
Knight said there were plenty of lessons to be learnt from the losses to the Strikers and Heat, which took some gloss off their 2-0 opening weekend against the Stars.
"It is really frustrating when you lose those tight games after getting in a winning position and just not being able to get over the line, but even though they are frustrating, we were not that far away from being four from four,'' she said.
"We haven't quite clicked as a batting group yet, but that is also exciting as a lot of the girls are due for runs. It will about building those partnerships and having a set batter at the end, as in T20 that is when you can get those big scores after kicking on at the back end of an innings."
Knight sits behind Nicola Carey on the Hurricanes' WBBL05 run-scoring list with 106 runs at 35.33 and a strike-rate of 98.14 (to go with two wickets), with the majority of those runs coming against the Heat (61 from 49) after a scratchy 17 from 28 balls against the Strikers, where she "chewed up too many balls".
"I was falling over a bit in my stance, and I did some work with that in the nets before the game and then just trusted my game a bit more,'' she reflected.
Knight believed the recruitment drive by the Hurricanes had Salliann Briggs' side in contention for finals, but the key to knocking off the second-placed Thunder, a side that will feature Alex Blackwell and Rachael Haynes, would be "sticking to how we play as a side".
Saturday's game will be at 2pm, with Sunday's contest at 11am.
Admission will be free.