SOME players from the Army rugby club are eyeing the national sevens jumper for the last two legs of the HSBC Sevens World Series.
The last two legs will see teams travel to Hong Kong, Tokyo, London and Scotland where there are no travel restrictions on military personnel.
Army won the bowl competition of the Uprising Fiji International 7s tournament last weekend beating Tokatoka Barbarians 26-0 in the final at Lautoka's Churchill Park.
Team captain Dale Tonawai said he was hoping the national selectors saw what his players had to offer.
"There are some players in our team who are already on the coaches radar and there are also some who want to put their hand up for selections," the former national sevens star said.
"I just hope the national selectors saw these boys in action and I hope they were impressed," he said.
Tonawai said former sevens rep and Flying Fijians winger Leone Nakarawa was one player who was trying to reclaim the sevens jumper.
"He (Nakarawa) is a very good sevens player and his height can make a difference on the field," he said.