Mahalia Murphy and Trilleen Pomare will make their Wallaroos debuts in the World Cup opener, named in the starting XV that will take on Ireland.
WA product Pomare will steer the side from flyhalf, with Murphy named on the left wing.
Murphy is one of three Aussie Sevens stars named in the starting XV, with Shannon Parry to captain the side from openside flanker and Sharni Williams set to line up inside of breakout star Kayla Sauvao in the centres.
Liz Patu, Cheyenne Campbell and Hilisha Samoa will form a power packed front row, with Chloe Butler and Millie Boyle named at lock.Mollie Gray makes her return to international rugby at blindside flanker alongside Parry and Grace Hamilton, who will start at No. 8.
Katrina Barker and Pomare form a new look halves combination, with Murphy, Nareta Masters and Samantha Treherne adding plenty of pace to the back three.
Wallaroos team to face Ireland
1. Liz Patu – Queensland, Wests
2. Cheyenne Campbell – Queensland, Redlands
3. Hilisha Samoa – Queensland, Brothers
4. Chloe Butler – South Australia, Parramatta
5. Millie Boyle – ACT, Canberra Royals
6. Mollie Gray – Australian Defence Force (ADRFU), NSW, Maitland
7. Shannon Parry – Australian Sevens, Queensland, Redlands
8. Grace Hamilton – Sydney, Sydney University
9. Katrina Barker – NSW Country, Newcastle University
10. Trilleen Pomare* – Western Australia, Wanneroo
11. Mahalia Murphy* – Australian Sevens, NSW, Campbelltown
12. Sharni Williams – Australian Sevens, ACT, Canberra Royals
13. Kayla Sauvao – Sydney, Parramatta
14. Nareta Marsters – Queensland, Sunnybank
15. Samantha Treherne – Queensland, Sunnybank
16. Emily Robinson – Sydney, Warringah
17. Violeta Tupuola – ACT, Canberra Royals
18. Hana Ngaha – Queensland, Sunnybank
19. Rebecca Clough – Western Australia, Cottesloe
20. Alisha Hewett – Australian Defence Force (ADRFU), Queensland, GPS
21. Fenella Hake – Queensland, Redlands
22. Sarah Riordan – Australian Defence Force (ADRFU), Victoria, Melbourne Unicorns
23. Ashleigh Hewson – Sydney, Sydney UniversityThe Wallaroos start their Rugby World Cup campaign on Thursday, August 10 against Ireland at UCD Bowl, kicking off at 4am AEST, broadcast LIVE on FOX SPORTS.