Charlotte Caslick is widely regarded as the best female Sevens Rugby player in the world, having consistently performed at a world-class level since making her debut for Australia in 2013. Charlotte and the Aussie Sevens Women’s team won the HSBC Women’s Sevens World Series title, and were Gold Medal winners at the Rio Olympic Games. Individually, Charlotte has been recognised by World Rugby as the Women’s Rugby Sevens Player of the Year and was named in World Rugby’s Dream Team. Charlotte has been awarded the Shawn Mackay Award for Australia’s most outstanding Women’s player at the prestigious John Eales medal ceremony, and is a dual international, having represented her country at both Rugby Sevens and Touch Football.
Stephen Larkham is the current National High Performance Coach Advisor for the Australian Rugby Union and a former professional player who played at a National level from 1990 to 2010. He is best known for his career with the Brumbies in Super Rugby, for whom he played from the inception of the professional Super 12 in 1996 through 2007, and his long tenure with the Wallabies at international level, for whom he played 102 times. At his peak, Larkham was one of the best flyhalves in world rugby, with a reputation as a game breaker, an elusive runner and the lynchpin of a potent backline.