Having sustained the injury during the Sevens Rugby World Cup in July this year, the 26-year-old is back to full fitness.

Quirk will also be joined by debutants Lily Dick and Sariah Paki after they both came through the University Sevens Series with the University of Queensland and Macquarie University respectively. 

“It’s great to be officially expanding our Aussie Women’s Sevens family with two new caps for Lily and Sariah," coach John Manenti said

“Both players have done really well in the last few months with exceptional performances across the Aon University Sevens Series as well as for our Development side that won the Oceania Sevens Championship earlier this month," he said.

Australia will head into the second round of the World Series in fifth place after a surprising finish last month at the USA 7s.

“The team has been working really hard since the USA7s and we are looking forward to getting back out playing again," Manenti said.

Australia side will face England, China and the team round one runners up, USA in the battle to top Pool B. 

Australian Women’s Sevens Fixtures
Thursday November 29
Australia v England, 7.44pm AEDT 
Australia v China, 10.40pm AEDT 
Friday 30 November 
Australia v USA, 1.59am AEDT