SHE more than likely will not be leading the Wallaroos in to battle against Canada or the United States this year, but Grace Hamilton could still get the chance to wear green and gold.
Like the rest of her Australian team-mates, the coronavirus pandemic has left the Panuara star is unsure if she will get to play Test rugby in 2020 and add to her 15 prior caps.
"Basically we were going play nine Test matches this year and now we don't know if we are going to play any," the star back rower said in April.
Those nine Tests included planned fixtures with Canada and the USA, matches which seem a very slim chance of going ahead given international travel restrictions.
However, Test rugby against New Zealand's Black Ferns and Fijiana later this year shape as realistic targets.
Those are options currently being discussed.
"Looking at the Test schedule broadly, the most realistic option is seeing what we can play within the Oceania region," Rugby Australia's head of women's rugby Jilly Collins said.
"So, New Zealand, the Black Ferns are an option but we're looking at Fijiana being an option as well.
"There's a collective buy-in from the teams that have qualified for the Rugby World Cup around making sure there's support for them to ensure they're as best prepared as they can be.
"Travel is obviously restricted and that will prevent some international Tests, but hopefully we are able to get some in the last quarter of the year."