THE Fijiana rugby side might feature in one leg of the inaugural International Rugby Board (IRB) Womens's Sevens World Series.
Last week, IRB announced the 2012/2013 series will take place in four global destinations.
In a statement on irb.com the women's competition will be similar to the men's HSBC Sevens World Series.
"The system mirrors the men's series, with each 12-team event featuring six core teams who will play across all four events and six teams who will be invited based on regional tournament rankings, reflecting the IRB's strategic aim to mix the top teams in the world with the best up and coming teams from each of the six IRB regions," it said.
"The six core teams for the inaugural series are Australia, Canada, England, Netherlands, New Zealand and USA."
The first round will be played in Dubai on November 30 and December 1, the second round will be in USA in February, the third will be in China in March and the final round will be played in Netherlands in May.
Fiji Rugby Union chief executive officer Manasa Baravilala told Times Sports the Fijiana would compete in the series.
"Yes, in either China, Dubai or USA," he said.
He said the Fijiana would have to be ranked in the top six if they want to become a core team in the series and play in all the rounds.
"With better preparation and recruiting, our chances of finishing in the top six are very good.
"The win in Pune (Asian Women's Sevens Championship) is an added confidence booster to the Fijiana team."
Baravilala said an initiative by FRU would be implemented whereby more local competition for women would become regular.
"This is part of FRU's development plan and players' pathway for women. It is about to be implemented."
He said more women should take up the sport and try and make a name for themselves.
"Rugby is the only team sport in Fiji that will offer women the opportunity to travel and see the world, go to the Olympics and be part of world class events."