The Australian clubs have confirmed their squads for the 2023 Super W season.
They will all be chasing the Fijiana Drua after they claimed last year's title in a thriller over the NSW Waratahs during the inaugural Super Round.
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It represents a new era for the Waratahs, with the likes of Arabella McKenzie, Emily Chancellor and Lori Cramer set to miss the competition.
Wallaroos young stars Piper Duck, Adiana Talakai, Georgina Friedrichs and Bridie O’Gorman headline the squad, joined by recently retired Wallaroo Iliseva Batibasaga whilst Grace Hamilton (France) and Sera Naiqama (New Zealand) to return during the season.
The Reds have named six capped Wallaroos in their squad, with Wallaroos captain Shannon Parry set to lead the side.
Parry is joined by the likes of Bree-Anna Cheatham, Madi Shuck, Tiarna Molloy, Annabelle Codey, Cecilia Smith and Ivania Wong.
Meanwhile, the ACT Brumbies have named a host of Internationals from across the world, including breakout Wallaroo Grace Kemp.
World Cup winning New Zealand Black Ferns prop Amy Rule is the marquee inclusion, whilst centre Siokapesi Palu will captain the side.
As for the Western Force, they have confirmed the signings of international prospects Rachel Laqeretabua, Katie Barnes and Martha Mataele.
Wallaroo Trilleen Pomare and Bec Clough medallist Tamika Jones will look to build off their impressive 2022 seasons as they push for the finals.
Rounding out the Australian teams is the Rebels, who named a mix of youth and experience.
Wallaroos World Cup star Ash Marsters is their key player to watch, whilst Kiwi winger Kerri Johnson produced a starring performance during last week's trial victory over the Brumbies.
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