Alicia Quirk
Position National Squad
Date of birth 28 March 1992
Height 172cm
Weight 65kg
Debut Amsterdam, Netherlands - 2013
Caps 24


Hometown: Wagga Wagga, NSW

Alicia Quirk played every minute of every game during her country's successful Olympic Games campaign in Rio in August 2016. A qualified physiotherapist, Quirk is one of the leaders of the Aussie Sevens squad both on and off the field. Due to this, there is no question as to why she is one of the Aussie 7s squads most highly regarded members.


Quirk captained the University of New England in the Aon University Sevens Series as a part of her pre-season with a minor ankle injury in the Oceania Sevens Championships the only hiccup in a strong build up to the 2017-2018 HSBC Sevens World Series.

2018 saw Quick head into the World Series in strong form, most notably taking out the title during the home leg of the series in Sydney 2018 where Quirk bagged two crucial tries. In addition to this, the ever present Quirk was an essential of member of the teams Silver Medal Commonwealth Games campaign as well as their Bronze medal, Rugby World Cup Seven’s campaign in San Francisco.

Signing on again until 2020 alongside close friends Shannon Parry and Sharni Williams the 2018/19 World Series will see them build into what will hopefully be Quirks second Olympic Games.