A hopeful return to a full season of domestic cricket will see Hobart host 12 Tasmanian Tigers games.
The Tigers' Sheffield Shield season features one of the earliest starts in Australian cricket, kicking off on September 28 and will see six games played before the BBL season, something that pleases Jordan Silk.
"It's obviously really exciting to go back to that six-four split of Shield cricket and getting a full season this year is something we were keen to do off the back of COVID last year," he said
"There's a lot more content in there which is great for us, it's tricky with some turnaround times in there but we're professional athletes, we are expected to chop and change between each format so it's exciting to do that."
The men's one-day season will be across two phases, playing five matches in September-October before donning the red, green and yellow again in February.
But due to the ongoing COVID situation around Australia, Silk is wary the schedule may change at any moment.
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"I guess we've grown to be more flexible as humans over the last 18 months, so whatever gets thrown at us, we will adapt and roll with.
"There's not much we can really control in all that, so wherever we end up playing, whether it's in hubs or bubbles or whatever, it's not something we haven't done before."
The WNCL competition remains at last season's 29-game mark and will be played in blocks, providing a crucial lead-up to The Ashes and the women's world cup events.
The Tigers will grace Bellerive Oval four times in WNCL competition, something that excites Naomi Stalenberg in her second season in the state.
"It's a very exciting time for women's cricket with a full international summer ahead," she said.
"I think what's really exciting is that we've got four games here at Blundstone.
"It's a great ground to play and I think with our team, we've got a successful season to come and we are very excited to showcase what we can do."
The Tigers' women have recruited strongly in the off-season, luring Elyse Villani, Molly Strano and Hayley Silver-Holmes to the state.
TIGERS' TASSIE SCHEDULE
- v Western Australia, October 26-29
- v South Australia, November 7-10
- v New South Wales, February 7-10
- v Victoria, February 17-20
- v Queensland, March 16-19
- v Western Australia, October 31
- v New South Wales, February 12
- v Victoria, February 22
- v South Australia, December 16
- v ACT, December 19
- v Queensland, January 7
- v Queensland, January 9