A Wagga cheerleader team are taking on the big leagues at the half-time show of an NRL game.
The Triple Threat Riverina cheerleaders learnt the choreography in less than a month for this Saturday's game between the Rabbitohs and Bulldogs.
Studio owner, Jess Dunn, said in just six months since she opened for business the girls' confidence has skyrocketed.
"We will be doing the half-time show with a number of other Sydney schools," she said.
"So we are the only non-local and regional dance school.
"The kids have picked it up so quickly."
Ms Dunn said the goal at Triple Threat has always been to see the girls dancing out in the community, not just in lessons.
"We have been able to do a number of performances in Canberra and Wagga," she said.
"The amount of girls who want to do cheer and dance in Wagga is unbelievable.
"It sounds corny, but the team spirit they get is second to none."
The studio opened earlier in the year and already more than 200 students have signed on.
"I am just so proud of all of them," Ms Dunn said.