1.Liz Patu, Wests, Queensland Women’s XV, 21 caps
2. Averyl Mitchell, Souths (Brisbane), Queensland Women’s XV, 2 caps   
3. Evelyn Horomia, Brothers, NSW Waratahs Women, 5 caps
4. Michaela Leonard, Vikings, Brumbies Women, 2 caps 
5. Alisha Hewett, GPS/ADFRU, Queensland Women’s XV, 19 caps 
6. Millie Boyle, (vc), Royals (Canberra), Queensland Women’s XV, 10 caps
7. Emily Chancellor, Sydney University, NSW Waratahs Women, 4 caps 
8. Grace Hamilton (c), Sydney University, NSW Waratahs Women, 13 caps  
9. Georgia Cormick, Power House, Melbourne Rebels Women, 2 caps  
10. Trilleen Pomare, Kalamunda, Rugby WA Women, 9 caps 
11. Lori Cramer, University of Queensland, Queensland Women’s XV, 2 caps
12. Ariana Hira Herangi, Kalamunda, Rugby WA Women, 2 caps 
13. Alysia Lefau-Fakaosilea, Sunnybank, Queensland Women’s XV, 2 caps 
14. Samantha Treherne, Sunnybank, Queensland Women’s XV, 12 caps  
15. Mahalia Murphy, Campbelltown/Maitland, NSW Waratahs Women, 9 caps  


16. Ash Marsters, Harlequins, Melbourne Rebels Women, 8 caps 
17. Emily Robinson, Warringah, NSW Waratahs Women, 9 caps  
18. Christina Sekona, Sunnybank, Queensland Women’s XV, 1 cap  
19. Rebecca Clough, Cottesloe, RugbyWA Women, 22 caps  
20. Shannon Mato, Sunnybank, Queensland Women’s XV, 2 caps  
21. Iliseva Batibasaga, Sydney University, NSW Waratahs Women, 13 caps  
22. Arabella McKenzie, Randwick, NSW Waratahs Women, 2 caps   
23. Mhicca Carter, Cottesloe, Rugby WA Women, 4 caps


Buildcorp Wallaroos Head Coach, Dwayne Nestor said: “This is a great opportunity for us this week to show off the improvements we have been working hard on since the Japan Series. 

“We’ve targeted some keys area of growth that we want to work on, and the squad has responded really well to those challenges.  

“Bringing in some new faces in the starting XV freshens us up and is a just reward for the hard work and performances of Georgia, Liz and Evelyn. 

“Georgia (Cormick) is a talent to watch and she has approached this opportunity with great excitement and focus. 

“Playing in venue like Optus Stadium will be an amazing experience, especially considering the history of the occasion. 

“Every time we wear the gold jersey, we are aware of the responsibility it carries and we’re looking forward to another opportunity to play New Zealand.”  


The Buildcorp Wallaroos will meet their trans-Tasman rivals, the Black Ferns at 3pm, August 10 AWST in the first test in a blockbuster double-header with the men’s Bledisloe Cup fixture. 

They're then off to NZ for the return fixture, August 17.