Rugby Australia's high performance team will be in Wagga on Wednesday looking for their next sevens star.
The third leg of Rugby Australia's #dreamBigTime tour kicked off this week as the organisation looks to uncover more First Nations talent.
The tour is about discovering the most promising indigenous talent in regional NSW and the ACT.
Rugby Australia will hold a session at Conolly Rugby Park on Wednesday from 10am until midday. A session will also be held at Jubilee Oval in Griffith later that afternoon from 4pm to 6pm.
Former Australian men's sevens assistant coach Jarred Hodges is leading the project and is looking forward to seeing the talent Wagga has to offer.
''We're excited to get back out to regional Australia where we know there is a genuine thirst for rugby," Hodges said.
''We witnessed more than 1000 people put on a superb performance on the first two tours and we're expecting that number to double.
''We will have several Australian sevens stars joining us again to help host sessions and educate people around the international opportunities this sport has to offer."
Following the tour, the top 130 players identified will be flown to Sydney for a four-day training camp, where their skills will be put to the test in front of a panel of national coaches.
Two squads of 20 will then be chosen to represent two First Nations sevens team to compete at five domestic and two international tournaments.
The session is open to First Nations people aged 14-25, who can register here.