Australia won the inaugural Women's Sevens World Cup back in 2009 before finishing fifth in the 2013 edition. 

They head into San Fransico as the current World Series Champions but come off the back of a spate of inconsistent performances but they've been preparing well in training ahead of the World Cup on the weekend.

"We've prepared really well this week, the weather is looking great and we are enjoying playing over here," Caslick said.

"The girls are pumped and ready to go, I guess in this format we have to take every game at a time," she said.

This is only the second World Cup for Caslick as she made her World Cup debut at Russia when she was 18-year-old which was only her second ever competition.

Since then Caslick has gone on to be considered one of the best rugby sevens players in the world and has been crowned Australia's Women's Sevens Player of the Year in 2016.

For Caslick, who has accomplished so much in a five year period, winning a World Cup would be amazing.

"I think with this group of girls we've done so much together so to tick this box would be incredible but we are taking it one game at a time," she said.

"If we do that, hopefully we will be in the big dance in the end," Caslick said.