Young spinner Sophie Molineux has suffered a shoulder injury and will play no part in Australia's ODI series against New Zealand.
Molineux has been replaced in Australia's 13-player squad by Queensland allrounder Delissa Kimmince.
Molineux, who was part of the XI that won last year's Twenty20 World Cup final in the West Indies, hurt her shoulder diving during a fielding drill earlier this week.
The Victorian joins Tayla Vlaeminck (knee) and opening bat Nicole Bolton (personal leave) on the sidelines.
The winner of the trans-Tasman series will take home the Rose Bowl, a trophy that Australia have held since 2000.
The three-match series starts at the WACA on February 22, with games in Adelaide and Melbourne to follow.
The trans-Tasman contest will also double as a golden chance for players to impress selectors ahead of the Ashes, which start with an ODI on July 2 at Leicester.
Australian Associated Press