The No. 10 ranked LSU Lady Tigers are back in the state of Alabama. This time, they’re in Tuscaloosa for a Thursday night game against the Crimson Tide.

The ladies held a shootaround at Coleman Coliseum on Wednesday evening and it appears they are eager to avenge last Sunday’s upset loss at Auburn.

“I appreciate the genuine expression of interest and belief they’ve shown in me, which I hope brings out the best of me.

“I’m looking forward to experiencing life and footy further out of the big cities and in the smaller communities of North Queensland.”

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Head of NRLW and Women’s Elite Pathways Anita Creenaune also spoke on Butler’s arrival to the club and believes her signing will help what that the club has lacked in the past.

“Harata is a powerful forward who we believe will add some defensive resilience and impact through the middle third of the field, which we feel our team lacked at times last season,” Creenaune said.

“She has a great work ethic and expects the same from her teammates. Her drive to compete will be an enormous asset as we continue building the standards expected from our team.

“Harata’s maturity and connection to culture will only enhance the relationships and support networks our players created in our inaugural season.”

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