MORTLAKE'S Georgia Wareham will return to West Indies for the first time since she played a starring role in Australia's twenty20 World Cup victory in November last year.
The 20-year-old was named in the 14-player squad which will tour the West Indies in September.
The two countries will contest three one-day and three twenty20 internationals with vital ICC Women's Championship points up for grabs in the three 50-over fixtures.
Australia is in second spot on the table and is just one win behind arch-rival England having played six less matches than the World Cup champions.
The top four teams at the end of the championship gain direct qualification to the 2021 ICC Women's World Cup in New Zealand.
Wareham enters the tour after recently completing her first Ashes tour in England, which the Australians won comprehensively 12-4 with a record of five wins, one draw and one defeat.
The squad departs for Antigua on Tuesday, August 28 and plays an intra-squad match before the first ODI on September 5.
National selector Shawn Flegler said the selection committee was "really confident in the 14 players that have been chosen".
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