A low turnout was recorded during the national volleyball trials at the multipurpose courts in Lautoka yesterday.
The number of players that turned up was not near the 30 eyed in each of the men's and women's categories.
Despite the low turnout national coach Kenneth Lidise was impressed with the young talents especially in the women's division.
He said a few players could force their way into the national women's training squad.
Lidise said the aim was to give them exposure at high level training.
"I was hoping that we had more numbers in the men's and women's divisions but they did not even make the total 30 number," Lidise said.
"But I'm quite happy with the talent that I saw. I'm willing to take a couple of women to make up the 30-member national training squad.
"I want to give them the opportunity to train at a higher level.
"It will give them a chance to train with the senior players in Suva. So overall I was happy with the talent of the women that they showcased."
The trials for the women will be held at the Vodafone Arena in Suva tomorrow and Tuesday.
Lidise said the standard of volleyball was higher in the Central Division.