|Date of birth||12 July 1995|
|Debut||Amsterdam, Netherlands (May 2013)|
Born: Brisbane, Queensland
Evania Pelite was a member of the Australian squad that won Gold at the Rio Olympics in August 2016, scoring a try that gave her country the lead in the final against New Zealand at Deodoro Stadium.
A member of the Australian Youth Olympic Festival Sevens team that won Gold in Sydney in 2013, Evania Pelite is a dual international, having also represented her country in Touch Football.
The 21-year-old from Brisbane developed her game as a member of the Queensland Schoolgirls side that won the National Schools Rugby Sevens Tournament on the Gold Coast in 2012.
Pelite has impressed Head Coach Tim Walsh throughout her Sevens World Series career for her knack of breaking the line with her searing pace as well as her ability to take restarts.
Representative Honours: Australian Touch Football (2013), Rio Olympics (2016)
SWS Career Points: 105 (21T)
2015-16 SWS Points: 45 (9T)