Basketball Australia have named their squad for the 2018 International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) World Championships, where the side will look to win their third gold medal in succession.
The tournament is due to be held in Hamburg in Germany from August 14 to 27.
Eleven of the the Rollers squad that finished the qualifiers undefeated have been named, with Steven Elliott making up the numbers as the 12th player.
He has been selected, according to Basketball Australia, as a young player that will give the side more flexibility in their line-ups.
The squad also includes four members of the Queensland Spinning Bullets, three Wollongong Rollerhawks players, two Perth Wheelcats and a representative from each of the the Red Dust Heelers, Kilsyth Cobras and Adelaide Thunder.
"The strength of the Rollers is the mid-point group," head coach Craig Friday said.
"With captain Shaun Norris, Tom O’Neill Thorne, Kim Robins, Luke Pople and Steven Elliott, we have some different skill sets that combine well to play a style we think will hold up internationally."
Friday also feels the chance to work with several different combinations on court will help the side remain consistent throughout the tournament.
"Jannik Blair, Sam White and Matt McShane fill the low-point positions and all three can mix and match through our line-ups while their ability to score and finish will be a great asset," he said.
"The Rollers continue to have great strength in the 4.0 position as well with several options that can support the mid-point group or create a power line-up of their own."
Australia is the second most successful country in the tournament's history, with gold medals in 2014 and 2010 and bronze from 2006.
Before leaving for Germany the players will complete their National Wheelchair Basketball League season, with the finals due to take place in Brisbane between July 20 to 22.
They will then head to Cologne for a final training camp and warm up games, before their first match of the tournament on August 17 against Argentina.