It has been revealed there is nearly 500 expressions of interest for the NRL's Women's Talent ID Day at the end of the month.
Speaking to NRL.com Jillaroos coach and NRL Elite Programs Manager Brad Donald revealed the news.
"We weren't to sure how we would go for registration and how many people would stick their hand up but we've had close to 500 put their interest forward," he said.
"That's a huge number of players," Donald added.
The day will commence on May 31 down at Runaway Bay on the Gold Coast and will include the Talent ID testing which sees participants complete a 20m sprint test, 40m speed agility test, vertical jump test, upper body power test, aerobic fitness tests and rugby league skills tests.
When asked what advice former Rugby 7's star turned rugby league player Shontelle Stowers would give to those registered she had this to say.
"If you are half thinking about it, go along, it won't be a mistake," she said
"You are going to learnt things, meet people and the outcome could be great," Stowers added.