Womens Sevens: Manenti excited to see young talent progress
With Charlotte Caslick back in the fold and some new faces enjoying their second taste of the HSBC World Series, Australian Women’s Sevens interim head coach John Manenti has plenty of reasons for positivity ahead of this weekend’s Langford Sevens in Canada.
They currently lead the World Series by just six points from New Zealand with just two events remaining, the first this weekend, and the final round in Paris next month.
Caslick is one of just two squad changes since the last round in Kitakyushu, with Alicia Quirk (knee) and Cassie Staples rested.
1. Shannon Parry (c), 26 caps, QLD and Griffith University
2. Yasmin Meakes*, 1 cap, ACT and University of Canberra
3. Demi Hayes, 5 caps, QLD and Griffith University
4. Dominique Du Toit, 8 caps, QLD and Macquarie University
5. Emma Tonegato, 20 caps, NSW and University of Adelaide
6. Evania Pelite, 16 caps, QLD and University of Adelaide
7. Charlotte Caslick, 24 caps, QLD and Bond University
8. Page McGregor, 1 cap, NSW and Macquarie University
9. Emma Sykes, 8 caps, QLD and University of Queensland
10. Lauren Brown, 1 cap, QLD and Griffith University
11. Emilee Cherry, 27 caps, QLD and University of Queensland
12. Georgina Friedrichs, 9 caps, QLD and University of Tasmania
13th. Lillian Dick*, QLD and University of Queensland
*Uncapped on HSBC Sevens World Series