Australia currently sits fourth on the World Series Standings on 74 points, trailing Canada (78), the USA (80) and New Zealand (92). 

In fifth place sits France (60) with the top four sides at the end of the round earning automatic qualification for the Olympics next year. 

Dom Du Toit returns to the squad from injury while Rhiannon Byers will earn her first cap for Australia. 

Byers, a product of the University Sevens Series where she impressed selectors with her performances for the University of New England. She was then selected in a development Australian side that won the Oceania Sevens Championship in a tough final against New Zealand last year. 

Byers was called into training with the Aussie 7s and was recently rewarded with a full-time contract in the program, completing her progression to the national fold. 

“Since joining the program, Rhiannon has thrown herself into everything we’ve asked of her and is continuing to grow as a player," coach John Manenti said.

‚ÄúThere are no easy games in Sevens; Ireland, Spain and Canada will be a very tough Pool, but the squad is looking forward to getting back to France and finishing the job on what has been a tough Series.‚Ä̬†¬†

Australian Sevens squad
Lauren Brown
Rhiannon Byers
Charlotte Caslick 
Lily Dick  
Dominque Du Toit
Ellia Green  
Sariah Paki
Shannon Parry
Evania Pelite
Emma Tonegato 
Samantha Treherne   
Sharni Williams (c)
Alicia Quirk 

Fixtures: 
Saturday 15 June: Australia v Ireland, 8.52pm AEST & Australia v Spain, 11.36pm AEST
Sunday 16 June: Australia v Canada, 2.20am AEST