On the back of automatically qualifying for the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup after their victory against Ireland, Wales Women head coach Rowland Phillips has named their training squad for the 2017/18 season.
A number of those included were involved in the recent Wales Women U18 Sevens campaign - one which saw them claim their country's first ever team medal at the Commonwealth Youth Games.
The new training squad will convene for the first time this Wednesday at the National Centre of Excellence, where Phillips and his assistant coaches, Nick Wakley and Paul Young, will set out their expectations for the coming seasons.
Wales Women training squad:
Abbie Flemming; Alecs Donovan; Alisha Butchers; Amy Evans; Amy Morgan; Amy Thomas; Angharad Desmet; Beth Harriett Jones; Beth Lewis; Cara Hope; Caryl Thomas; Carys Phillips; Cerys Hale; Charlie Murray; Dyddgu Hywel; Elinor Isaacs; Elinor Snowsill; Ffion Lewis; Gemma Rowland; Gwen Crabb; Gwenllian Pyrs; Hannah Bluck; Hannah Jones; India Berbillion; Jasmine Joyce; Jessica Kavanagh-Williams; Jodie Evans; Katie Jenkins; Katie Thicker; Kayleigh Powell; Keira Bevan; Kelsey Jones; Kerin Lake; Laurie Harries; Liliana Podpadec; Lleucu George; Lucy Packer; Megan York; Mel Clay; Morfudd Ifans; Natalia John; Nia Elen Davies; Philippa Tuttiett; Rebecca de Filippo; Rhian Noakes; Rhi Parker; Robyn Wilkins; Shona Powell-Huges; Sian Moore; Sian Williams; Sinead Breeze; Sioned Harries; Siwan Lillicrap.