There's an element of the unknown as a four day Silver Ferns trial begins in Auckland today.
Twenty-five players are gathered for the four day camp, with a place in the squad for next month's three test series against Australia up for grabs.
Midcourter Camilla Lees says the trialists have been in constant contact with coach Wai Taumaunu throughout the ANZ Championship.
"We always are kind of monitored by Wai and we have lots of meetings throughout the season and we've got goals that we set with the Silver Ferns management and things, so that always kind of keeps you on your toes and you know what they're looking for."
Lees, who'll arrive a day late into camp tomorrow, says it won't be easy.
"I've got some assumptions that it's going to be a full on week and it's going to be tough and Wai's going to be pushing us to the extreme to see how we handle it."
Lees' university commitments will prevent her from taking part in the first day of the four day camp in Auckland today.
She's considered a good chance of claiming the vacant wing attack bib, and is confident she won't suffer too much for turning up tomorrow.
"The first day is everyone is getting organised, there's lots of fitness testing and things so I'm just doing that in Wellington so I'm not missing too much of the trial games."
The camp is underway, with the squad to play three tests against Australia named in a week.
Photo: Camilla Lees playing for the Pulse (Photosport)