Widely regarded as one of the best players in the world of women's rugby sevens, Charlotte Caslick is the classic modern-day Sevens player – pacy, durable, with footy smarts by the bucket load.
The scrum-half from Corinda just outside of Brisbane is already a dual international having represented her country at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival and 2013 Rugby Sevens World Cup as well as playing for Touch Football Australia at both age-grade and open levels.
Charlotte was named in World Rugby's 2014-15 and 2015-16 Dream Team’s - she was also one of four players nominated for the 2015 World Sevens Player of the Year and starred as Australia won the first-ever rugby sevens Gold Medal in the Summer Olympics in August 2016. The 21-year-old scored seven tries throughout the competition in Rio, including one in the Gold Medal match against trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand.
Representative Honours: Touch Football Australia (2013), Olympic Games (2016)
SWS Career Points: 190 (38T)
2015-16 SWS Points: 45 (9T)