|Date of birth||9 March 1995|
|Debut||Amsterdam, Netherlands - 2013|
Hometown: Corinda, Queensland
Charlotte Caslick has been one of the standout performers for Australia on the World Series since she first came onto the International stage and has continued to grow within the game.
2016 was a breakout year for Caslick, an ever-present member of Australia’s team that won the first ever rugby sevens Gold medal in the Summer Olympics in Rio.
Commencing the season in fine form for Bond University during the Aon University Sevens Series, Caslick was yet again a strong performer against her fellow Aussie Sevens teammates during the competition leading the team to an overall second place finishing behind UQ.
2018 saw Caslick play an essential role in the undefeated run by Australia at the HSBC Sydney 7s to claim the title. Her consistent performances and 75 season points saw her continue to be a force for Australia in the gold jersey at both the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast and the Rugby Sevens World Cup in San Francisco.