The Aussie 7s side currently holds on to first position on the Sevens World Series standings but New Zealand are in hot pursuit after their dominant performance in Langford, leaving them four points behind Australia. 
Charlotte Caslick moves into the position of co-captain alongside Shannon Parry with Sharni Williams still not available for selection. 

“I’ve been really happy with how we’ve prepared," newly announced head coach John Manenti said.

"We set some targets to work on and I’ve been happy with the work we’ve done. 

"The ball is in our court now to finish the year strongly," he said

The Aussie 7s will be without Sharni Williams, Ellia Green and Alicia Quirk, who have been ruled out for the final leg of the series. 

This is the third event Williams and Green have not been available for after missing Langford last month and Kitakyushu.

Australia kicks off its campaign in Paris against Fiji on Friday 8 June followed by Russia and Canada on day two. 

Aussie women's 7s team:

1.Shannon Parry
2.Yasmin Meakes
3. Demi Hayes
4. Dominique Du Toit
5. Emma Tonegato
6. Evania Pelite
7. Charlotte Caslick
8. Page McGregor
9. Emma Sykes
10. Lauren Brown
11. Emilee Cherry
12. Cassandra Staples
13. Georgina Friedrichs