New South Wales Waratahs have officially confirmed a three-day Central West tour as the club is expected to touch down at Kinross Wolaroi School on Sunday afternoon.
Meeting the sky blues there will be members of the Blue Bulls junior and senior squads as the Waratahs' coaching staff will take them through a training session in the afternoon.
The sky blues will return to the school grounds the next day as the squad is expected to run through a training session before visiting Wade Park on Monday night for a meet and greet session.
Lastly, Tahs will break off into groups on Tuesday afternoon and visit all clubs in the region as players will look to offer advice at junior training sessions.
All clubs are expected to be involved, with the exception of South West teams such as Harden and Grenfell.
Central West Rugby Union CEO Matt Tink says the move is a massive one for the region and will work towards strengthening the relationship between the two parties.
"This is an enormous opportunity for our Central West rugby community," Tink said.
"The fact that the players are making the effort to go to all the junior clubs is massive and it's also fantastic for the Waratahs players."
"A lot of those young boys will be taken out of their comfort zone and will need to assist coaching some of the younger kids out here."
Orange City's Jack Grant and Cowra's Harry Johnson-Holmes and Hugh Sinclair are among Central West products set to return to the region.
Its players like that who demonstrate the talent the region has to offer, something Waratahs would be crazy not to tap into.
"The Central West Zone is enormous and it's fantastic they understand how important rugby is out here," he said.
"They're going to have the opportunity to interact with all of the clubs.
"We're hoping the players can spend some time with some of the locals as well."
The Blue Bulls session will commence at Kinross at 10am and stretch until noon.
Monday's meet and greet at Wade Park is scheduled for 5pm.
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