Youngsters Lani Pallister and Nutri-Grain Ironwoman qualifiers Naomi Scott and Tiarnee Massie will be driving the 2018 Australian Youth Life Saving Team to come later this year.
Following a standout 2017-18 season the team will look to once again dominate at the Life Saving World Championships 2018 (LWC2018) having won all three titles since the event inception in 2012.
Also selected is Anthea Warne, who shows versatility with strong backgrounds in Pool Rescue and Canoeing, and Keeley Booth, who was part of the three-test Surf Rescue series in New Zealand.
“We feel there is huge potential around this group of athletes we have selected to progress into the senior squad in coming years," Head Coach Brett Dowker said.
“All six females from the 2016 AYLT all made their Australian Open Capped debut over the 2018 campaign and we feel the potential is definitely there with this group," he said.
On the sand, Sydney Branch debutants Leah Rampoldi and Michael Hanna will represent the team.
The team will participate in camps in June and October to prepare for the World Championships from the 16th November to the 2nd of December in Adelaide.