It is pretty easy to sense a different feel already about the Launceston Tornadoes.
A new coach, a new start, a new way of thinking.
The club has placed the final piece of the missing puzzle to bring offence and defence together at Elphin.
Tornadoes coach Sarah Veale says Meghan McKay was "completes the squad" after securing the talented 23-year-old on Friday.
"We now have a group that will be hard to guard inside and out, and who can defend the full length of the court," a reassured Veale said.
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The trio are somewhat a mix of experience, familiarity and potential to the club.
The adjectives to describe the signings are almost interchangeable between each.
Veale is already in raptures over German-based McKay, who is yet to play NBL1.
"Megan is an elite, athletic post player with a combination of Australian, college and international experience," Veale said.
"Megan is tough and competitive with a great finish and comes highly recommended by her coaches and teammates.
"We are really excited to have her joining us and she will help us and will help lead our group."
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