Charlotte Caslick is already a dual international, having represented her country at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival and Rugby World Cup Sevens. She also played for Touch Football Australia at both age-grade and open levels.
Charlotte made her debut for Touch Football Australia Under 18s as a 16-year-old, and played two years at the open level as a 17 and 18-year-old.
She was a member of the Queensland Schoolgirls side that won the National Schools Rugby Sevens Tournament on the Gold Coast in 2012 and captained the Australian Youth Olympic Festival Sevens team to a Gold medal in early 2013.
She made her IRB Women’s World Series Sevens debut in the Netherlands in 2012 and was named in Australia’s Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013 squad that finished fifth in Moscow.
Currently working with Queensland Rugby Union's Rookies to Reds program, Charlotte was named as one of the four nominees for the 2013-14 IRB Women's Sevens World Series Player of the Year.
RWC Sevens caps: 1 (2013)
Representative honours: Touch Football Australia, Australian Youth Olympic Festival, Queensland Schoolgirls Sevens