Australian Sevens celebrity Charlotte Caslick has actually made a significant news concerning her having fun future, in advance of the upcoming World Series leg in Sydney.
The ruling World Rugby Sevens Player of the Year has actually authorized a brand-new offer with Rugby Australia till completion of 2026.
This news is a significant successful stroke for the Australian Sevens program, with Caslick having actually starred on the World Series circuit for rather a long time.
Caslick might have played a number of ready the Sydney Roosters in the NRLW a couple of years back, however it was still a “simple choice” to recommit to rugby union for an additional 4 years.
The 27-year-old has actually symbolized her duty as a leader for ladies’s sporting activity in Australia, as well as has actually attained practically unmatched success throughout her embellished occupation in Sevens.
Caslick has actually been crowned the globe’s finest ladies’s Sevens gamer on 2 events, as well as has actually attained every little thing that the sporting activity needs to provide.
As well as Rugby Sevens World Cup as well as World Series success, Caslick has actually become part of champ groups at the Olympics as well as Commonwealth Games.
But her appetite as well as need to win remains equally as intense.
“I am really excited to have re-signed with Rugby Australia. They led the way in women’s sport when they professionalised our Sevens program back in 2014 and they are committed to continually raising the bar,” Caslick stated in a declaration.
“For me it was a simple choice to commit to the Sevens game.
“If you are prepared to embrace the hard work that comes with being part of the world’s best and most challenging high-performance program, then this is the sport to be involved in.
“We play a World Series. We play a World Cup. We play at the world’s two biggest multi-sport festivals: the Olympics and Commonwealth Games.
“There are easier options, but if you want to compete in the world’s best sport, this is where you need to be.
“The Australian team is made up of an amazing bunch of talented women that I love training with and genuinely enjoy playing alongside.
“I know my best playing days are still ahead of me – look at Sharni Williams who, at 34 years old, is an integral part of our squad and an inspiration to many.
“I am so thankful for the continual support of (head coach) Tim Walsh, the trainers and staff, and can’t wait to see what we can achieve together over the next four years.”
After last weekend break’s Hamilton Sevens, the World Series makes its means throughout the Tasman for the Sydney Sevens at Allianz Stadium.
The Sydney Sevens starts on Friday, with 3 days of continuously rugby activity readied to illuminate the weekend break.
Australia have actually been reeled in Pool C with Ireland, Spain as well as Brazil.