Wallaroos coach Jay Tregonning has named a 32-player squad for next month's two test series against Fijiana and Japan.
The squad includes 22 uncapped players as they prepare for a long awaited return to Queensland and the Test arena, with the first Test on May 6 against Fijiana at Suncorp Stadium.
This will be followed four days later with a clash with Japan, who were defeated 46-3 by the Wallaroos in their previous encounter in 2019.
After their narrow Super W Final defeat, the NSW Waratahs dominate the squad with 15 players, as the likes of Sera Naiqama and Georgina Friedrichs push for their first cap.
They are joined by standout backrower Tamika Jones, who earned selection after a strong season.
Force teammate Trillian Pomare and Reds and Sevens star Shannon Parry are amongst the experienced figures in the squad, with Parry looking for her first appearance since 2017.
“The coaching group has been impressed by the amount of quality rugby throughout the Buildcorp Super W season; it’s certainly made selection decisions challenging," Tregonning said in a statement.
“These two Test matches are crucial to our Rugby World Cup preparation. We are fortunate that we can welcome Fiji and Japan, two strong rugby nations, who are also competing at the Rugby World Cup, to Australian shores.
“I know both matches will be incredibly competitive and a real treat for our fans and supporters.”
It will also carry extra significance with the Wallaroos set to play their first match in the gold jersey, following the adoption by the Wallabies and Sevens sides across the past 12 months.
“I am delighted to see such a promising Buildcorp Wallaroos squad selected off the back of a competitive Buildcorp Super W season and I cannot wait to see them in action at Suncorp Stadium in our gold jersey," RA CEO Andy Marinos added.
“Across the business we’ve spoken about this iconic jersey being about our history and our future. It is fantastic that now we have all our national teams representing Australia in the same golden thread.”
Buildcorp Wallaroos May Squad
Iliseva Batibagasga – NSW Waratahs
Emily Chancellor - NSW Waratahs
Annabelle Codey - Queensland Reds
Lori Cramer – NSW Waratahs
Piper Duck – NSW Waratahs
Georgina Friedrichs – NSW Waratahs
Grace Hamilton – NSW Waratahs
Tamika Jones – Western Force
Asovia (Eva) Kapani – NSW Waratahs
Janita Kareta – Melbourne Rebels
Grace Kemp - Brumbies
Kaitlan Leaney – NSW Waratahs
Michaela Leonard - Brumbies
Ashley Marsters - Rebels
Lilyann Mason-Spice - Brumbies
Jemima McCalman - Brumbies
Arabella McKenzie – NSW Waratahs
Tiarna Molloy - Queensland Red
Layne Morgan- NSW Waratahs
Mahalia Murphy - NSW Waratahs
Sera Naiqama – NSW Waratahs
Bridie O'Gorman – NSW Waratahs
Siokapesi Palu - Brumbies
Shannon Parry - Queensland Reds
Liz Patu – Queensland Reds
Pauline Piliae – NSW Waratahs
Trilleen Pomare – Western Force
Madison Schuck – Queensland Reds
Cecilia Smith - Queensland Reds
Adiana Talakai – NSW Waratahs
Melanie Wilks - Queensland Reds
Ivania Wong – Queensland Reds