Charlotte Caslick wins World Rugby Women’s Sevens Player of the Year

Adding to her silverware collection, once again, in 2022.

Charlotte Caslick has collected World Rugby’s Women’s Sevens Player of the Year award for her amazing 2022 season, in a year where she became co-captain of the Aussie Sevens.

This is the second time in her career she’s earned this achievement, and only the second player ever to do it twice, having picked up the award in 2016 when the team won Olympic gold in Rio.

The 27-year-old scored 31 tries and had 27 line breaks, 38 offloads plus 159 carries in the 2022 Series. The individual performance also translated to team wins, as the Aussie women’s Sevens side won the World Champs, Commonwealth Games and World Cup in 2022 – the first team ever to achieve the trifecta.

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