Sydney 7s: Who's coming to Allianz?

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by Beth Newman

The squads for the 2018 Sydney 7s are already rolling in, with the countdown on to the third iteration of the event.

Keep up to date with this page as the visiting squads are confirmed, in the lead-up to the January 26 kick-off.

SQUADS

Men's

Pool A

New Zealand

Australia will take on New Zealand to open their  Sydney 7s campaign. Photo: Getty ImagesKurt Baker

Caleb Clarke

Scott Curry

Sam Dickson

Andrew Knewstubb

Vilimoni Koroi

Luke Masirewa

Tim Mikkelson

Sione Molia

Joe Ravouvou

Teddy Stanaway

Regan Ware

Joe Webber

Fiji

Mesulame Kunavula

Kalione Nasoko

Vasikali Mudu

Jasa Veremalua

Paula Dranisinukula

Ratu Josua Vakurinabili

Apete Daveta

Jerry Tuwai

Waisea Nacuqu

Alosio Naduva

Amenoni Nasilasila

Sevuloni Mocenacagi

Eroni Sau

Samoa 

TBC

Russia

TBC

Pool B

Argentina

Argentina made the Cape Town Sevens final against New Zealand. Photo: Getty ImagesLautaro Bazan Velez

Felipe Del Mestre

Severiano Escobio

Maximilliano Filizzola

Luciano Gonzalez

Fernando Luna

Santiago Mare

Marcos Moroni

Matias Osadczuk

Maximo Provenzano

Gaston Revol

Conrado Roura

Franco Sabato

France

Jean-Pascal Barraque

Steeve Barry

Bastien Berenguel

Paul Bonnefond

Manoel Dall’igna

Johan Demai-Hamecher

Charles Lagarde

Pierre-Gilles Lakafia

Jean-Baptiste Manevy

Jean-Baptiste Mazoue

Thibaud Mazzoleni

Stephen Prez-edo Martin

Pierre Popelin

Paulin Riva

Sacha Valley

Tavite Veredamu

Wales

TBC

Kenya

TBC

POOL C

South Africa

Tim Agaba

Philip Snyman

Dylan Sage

Kwagga Smith

Werner Kok

Kyle Brown

Stedman Gans

Rosko Specman

Justin Geduld

Cecil Afrika

Seabelo Senatla

uhan Nel

Sikhumbuzo Notshe

England

England are becoming a force on the Sevens circuit. Photo: Getty ImagesDan Bibby

Tom Bowen

Phil Burgess

Alex Davis

Richard de Carpentier

Mike Ellery

Ruaridh McConnochie

Tom Mitchell ©

Ollie Lindsay-Hague

Dan Norton

James Rodwell

Ethan Waddleton

Spain

Alejandro Alonso

Jaike Carter

Javier DeJuan

Pablo Fontes

Igor Genua

Paco Hernandez

Lucas Levy

Jacobo Martin

Ignacio Martin

Tom Pearce

Pol Pla

Manu Sainz-Trapaga

Ignacio Villanueva

Papua New Guinea

POOL D

Canada

Phil Berna

Jared Douglas

Justin Douglas

Mike Fuailefau

Lucas Hammond

Nathan Hirayama

Harry Jones

Isaac Kaay

Pat Kay

Luke McCloskey

John Moonlight

Matt Mullins

Jake Thiel 

USA

Perry Baker

Danny Barrett

Madison Hughes (C)

Martin Iosefo

Carlin Isles

Matai Leuta

Chris Mattina

Folau Niua

Ben Pinkelman

Joe Schroeder

Stephen Tomasin

Maka Unufe

Kevon Williams

Scotland 

TBC

Australia

TBC

WOMEN’S

POOL A

Australia

TBC

France

Montserrat Amedee

Coralie Bertrand

Pauline Biscarat

Mathilde Coutouly

Caroline Drouin

Camille Grassineau

Lina Guerin

Fanny Horta

Nassira Konde

Carla Neisen

Seraphine Okemba

Chloe Shovel

Spain

Ingrid Algar

Uri Barruetieta

Marina Bravo

Maria Casado

Iera Echebarria

Amaia Erbina

Anne Fernandez de Corres

Patricia Garcia

Sabina Hurtado

Elisabeth Martinez

Barbara Pla

Maria Ribera

Papua New Guinea

TBC

POOL B

USA

TBC

New Zealand

Portia Woodman led the way for the Black Ferns. Photo: Getty ImagesShakira Baker

Michaela Blyde

Kelly Brazier

Gayle Broughton

Theresa Fitzpatrick

Sarah Goss

Tyla Nathan-Wong

Alena Saili

Terina Te Tamaki

Ruby Tui

Stacey Waaka

Niall Williams

Tenika Willison

Portia Woodman

England 

Jess Breach

Abbie Brown

Lydia Thompson

Emily Scarratt ©

Sarah McKenna

Deborah Fleming

Heather Fisher

Emily Scott

Alex Matthews

Megan Jones

Holly Aitchison

Amy Wilson Hardy

Japan

TBC

POOL C

Russia

Anna Baranchuk

Polina Buravleva

Arina Bystrov

Anna Gavrilyuk

Bayzat Khamidova

Marina Kukina

Smezhana Kulkova

Darya Lushina

Alena Mikhaltsova

Daria Noritsina

Maria Perestyak

Nikolina Ryashina

Kristina Seredina

Daria Shestakova

Elena Zdrokova

Evgenia Steblinskaya

Canada

Canada are looking to defend their Sydney title next week. Photo: Getty ImagesOlivia Apps

Britt Benn

Caroline Crossley

Hannah Darling

Julia Greenshields

Jen Kish

Tausani Levale

Ghislaine Landry

Megan Lukan

Kayla Moleschi

Breanne Nicholas

Natasha Watcham-Roy

Ireland

Ireland are a nation on the up in women's Sevens. Photo: Getty ImagesAshleigh Baxter

Claire Boles

Jeamie Deacon

Aoife Doyle

Kate Fitzhenry

Stacey Flood

Louise Galvin

Katie Heffernan

Eve Higgins

Lucy Mulhall

Amee-Leigh Murphy-Crowe

Deirbhile Nic A Bhaird

Audrey O’Flynn

Hannah Tyrrell

Fiji

TBC

The 2018 Sydney 7s kicks off on Friday January 26, running until Sunday January 28. Buy tickets here,

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