Great Britain have named their women's squad for this year's World Wheelchair Basketball Championships in Hamburg.
Twelve players have been selected with an average age of 23, with nine returning from the Rio 2016 Paralympic squad.
Britain won the recent Lyon Wheelchair Basketball tournament without losing a game and will be looking to improve on their fifth place finish at the last World Championships four years ago.
Sophie Carrigill, Charlotte Moore, Kayla Bell, Leah Evans, Joy Haizelden and Laurie Williams have all been named for the tournament.
Siobhan Fitzpatrick, Robyn Love, Maddie Thompson, Amy Conroy, Helen Freeman and Jude Hamer join them in the squad.
"Many of the athletes selected for the 2018 World Championships were part of the squad that won gold at the 2015 Women's Under-25 World Championships in Beijing, so there is a very cohesive and confident feel to the team," said head coach Miles Thompson.
"Defensively this team is strong in understanding our half court and full court principles.
"Offensively the squad is getting better every day.
"By the time the World Championships come the GB women will be strong.
"The pool stage is a tough challenge.
"Our aim is to exit it with a high seed so that the quarter-final crossover is to GB's advantage.
"We are in a strong pool, but we know if we play at our best we are a nightmare for all the other teams."
Britain will play in Pool A in Hamburg with holders and five-time tournament champions Canada, as well as Paralympic bronze medallists The Netherlands, Spain, Brazil and Australia.
Pool B will see a repeat of the Paralympic final as gold medal winners the United States take on silver medallists and World Championship hosts Germany.
Algeria, France, Argentina and China complete the Group B line-up.
The tournament will be held at the edel-optics.de Arena in Hamburg from August 16 to 26.