Evergreen shooter Irene van Dyk will captain New Zealand as they target their third successive world FastNet netball title in Liverpool later this month.
The FastNet Ferns have dominated the abbreviated version of the game since its 2009 introduction.
This year's squad blends experience with youth, and features new coach Waimarama Taumaunu at the helm, with former Silver Ferns' captain Julie Seymour as assistant coach.
The team has a strong shooting circle - van Dyk is joined by Maria Tutaia and Cathrine Latu - and a solid looking defence led by Katrina Grant, who was sidelined for the later part of this year with a foot injury.
Silver Ferns' teammates Anna Scarlett, Kayla Cullen and Sulu Tone-Fitzpatrick join Grant at the defensive end, while Liana Leota will steer the midcourt along with Anna Thompson.
Taumaunu says she's looking forward to seeing what her less experienced players can show in short-form netball.
Australian coach Lisa Alexander named her squad three weeks ago, choosing a selection of experienced and younger players.
Australia and New Zealand will compete in the World Netball Series at the Echo Arena Liverpool from November 25-27.
FastNet is a shortened version of the game which features rolling substitutions, two-point goals from shooting from outside the goal circle, double-point power play and six-minute quarters.
FastNet Ferns: Irene van Dyk, Kayla Cullen, Shannon Francois, Katrina Grant, Cathrine Latu, Camilla Lees, Liana Leota, Anna Scarlett, Anna Thompson, Sulu Tone-Fitzpatrick, Jess Tuki, Maria Tutaia.