THREE more members will be inducted into Wagga's Sporting Hall of Fame after councillors endorsed their inclusion at Tuesday's ordinary meeting.
A minor criteria for inclusion in the hall of fame, which now boasts 104 members after its inception in 1993, was also rubber stamped.
"The change is very minor, and it's about making it a bit clearer for future panels around what is intended from that criteria," Wagga City Council strategic assets planner for parks and recreation Ben Creighton said.
"It's really just a clarification. Previously the criteria stated they had retired from their highest level of competition, which has changed to they have retired from international level, or the highest level of competition in a particular sport where international representation isn't available."
The Hall of Fame features some of Australia's greatest sportsmen including AFL greats Paul Kelly and Wayne Carey, former Test cricketers Mark Taylor and Michael Slater and rugby league legends Steve Mortimer and Peter Sterling.
Nominees are voted upon for entry every two years.
"Council did endorse some additional members being inducted into the Hall of Fame, but we've got some work to do around contacting those people and announcing a launch for those inductions," Creighton said.
The successful nominees endorsed for entry in the Hall of Fame are expected to be made public before the end of the year.