|Date of birth||9 March 1995|
|Debut||Amsterdam, Netherlands - 2013|
Hometown: Corinda, Queensland
Charlotte Caslick is household name in Australian Rugby and is one of the best players on the HSBC Sevens World Series circuit.
2016 was a breakout year for Caslick, an ever-present member of Australia’s team that won the first ever rugby sevens Gold medal at 2016 Rio Olympic Games. The image of Caslick sprinting across field to make try saving tackles and crossing the try line in the gold medal final against New Zealand changed Women’s Rugby in Australia forever.
Domestically, Caslick plays for Bond University in the Aon University Sevens Series, where she has spent time over the last three years of competition.
2018 saw Caslick play an essential role in the Women’s side securing an undefeated run at the HSBC Sydney 7s where Australia did not let a single try in against them all tournament, defeating New Zealand in the final 36-0. Her constant performances and 100 season points saw her continue to represent Australia in the gold jersey at both the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast and the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco.
After another Impressive season in the 2018-19 season, Caslick was recognised for her efforts on the field, taking home the Shawn Mackay Women’s Sevens Player of the Year award.
Off the field Caslick is passionate about farming and is often found on her property with her partner, Lewis Holland.