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Charlotte Caslick is widely regarded as one of the best players in the world of women's Rugby Sevens. She is the classic modern-day Sevens player, both pacy and durable.
Charlotte Caslick

The scrum-half from Brisbane starred on the field when Australia won the first-ever rugby sevens Gold Medal in the Summer Olympics. The 24-year-old scored seven tries throughout the competition in Rio, including one in the Gold Medal match against Trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand. 

Charlotte is a dual international player, having represented her country at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival and 2013 Rugby Sevens World Cup as well as playing for Touch Football Australia at both age-grade and open levels.

Charlotte drives a Discovery Sport.