After playing six seasons with the Hobart Hurricanes, Corinne Hall admits Sunday's match against them will be "strange".
Moving across to the reigning champions - the Sydney Thunder - this season, Hall anticipates some internal knowledge to be used by both sides come 10.15am on Sunday.
"Obviously we both know a lot about one another, they'll know my game inside out, I'm sure I'll get some very different fields to what I've faced when I bat.
"Also I know a lot about them and their development and the way they like to play ... there will be a nice familiarity to it but also also I think it will be quite a strange feeling going up against people that were my teammates for a very long time."
Since making 38 in the Thunder's first game in Hobart, the Launceston stint of the WBBL has been a bit leaner for Hall, with scores of 5, 3 and 10 telling her story.
While also being the Hurricanes' second-highest run-scorer in WBBL history, scoring 955 runs, Hall has been a part of the Tasmanian cricket set-up since the inaugural Roar season in 2010.
The 34-year-old said the state has given her opportunities that she might not have had elsewhere.
"The organisation and particularly the current coaching staff, they've really found who I am and how I play and how I express myself and haven't tried to mould me into anyone other than who I am and I think that's brought out the best cricket in me particularly over the course of the last three to four years in both one-day and T20 cricket," she said.
"I'm so grateful for the way they've coached me and the way they've shown belief in what I am and how I do it.
"I sort of wish that I had an exposure to those people and the way of coaching when I was younger and my body was a little bit more fresh and hadn't had a few operations under my belt because I feel like I could've potentially been a bit better than what I am now."
Hall also owes a fair bit to the state off the field as well, meeting her partner Tom just before she was set to move from NSW, making the relocation even easier.
Over the past decade, he's become Hall's personal tour guide, showing her the natural beauty of Tasmania, which she's certainly come to appreciate.
Sunday's UTAS Stadium clash will also see the right-handed batter go head-to-head with a number of Greater Northern Raiders teammates, with Ruth Johnston, Sasha Moloney, Meg Radford and Belinda Vakarewa all in the Hurricanes squad.
"I love playing with those girls, it's sort of renewed my love of the game in many different ways," Hall said.
"They've got a great attitude towards the game but also their own development, they are so eager to learn and to get better and I really love that sort of environment.
"They are also building a culture that allows people to be who they are and are very accepting of playing different styles of cricket that suit your own strengths.
"I think Darren [Simmonds] and the team there have developed something really great."
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