SHE is only new to the Scorchers set up, but when it comes to Women's Big Bash League matches at Perth's Lilac Hill, Lisa Griffith knows how to produce.
It's the ground where the Bathurst all-rounder once sent a delivery crashing into the top of off-stump to remove Australian skipper Meg Lanning for just one run.
It is the ground where Griffith has twice claimed the scalp of English opener Amy Jones, it is the ground where she produced a final-ball run out to clinch victory and the ground where she boasts her equal best figures in the Twenty20 competition.
It is now the venue where Griffith will hope to be part of an exciting weekend double-header.
While Griffith's past heroics at the ground came when playing against the Scorchers, she is now part of the team in orange.
Last Sunday she made her debut for them in Launceston against Sydney Thunder and produced her equal best WBBL career figures - 2-17 off three overs.
It gives her a strong chance of being in the starting 11 to face the Adelaide Strikers on Saturday and her former club Sydney Sixers on Sunday.
"I'm stoked to be on board and I think we're going to have a cracker season," Griffith, who is now in her fifth season of WBBL, said.
"With our internationals, we've just had amazing pick ups and then you've got the likes of Beth Mooney there as well, these players are the best in the world.
"I'm so keen to pick their brains and learn from them and also be on the same side watching someone like Soph [Devine] smash the ball over the boundary instead of having to go and collect it.
"One hundred percent I think we're going to be there at the end, I think we've got the side this year to take it all the way and lift the trophy."
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