England coach Stuart Barrow has named Georgie Hetherington in his squad for the November 4 assembly with Wales.
Jodie Cunningham captains the aspect, having led her membership St Helens to Problem Cup success at Wembley.
Hetherington is called within the squad for the primary time after serving to York Valkyrie win the Tremendous League.
The match types a part of a world double-header at Headingley, kicking off at midday earlier than the boys’s ultimate Take a look at in opposition to Tonga.
Cunningham is one in all seven St Helens gamers within the 20-player squad, alongside Emily Rudge, Shona Hoyle, Tara Jones, Paige Travis, Vicky Whitfield and Eboni Partington.
Hetherington has been promoted from the England Knights growth squad after the 26-year-old helped Valkyrie to a home double.
She is joined within the squad by 5 membership team-mates, together with 2023 Girl of Metal Sinead Peach.
Wigan Warriors’ Anna Davies can also be in competition to make her worldwide debut after being referred to as up for the primary time.
Barrow stated: “I’m actually happy so as to add Georgie and Anna to the squad to face Wales subsequent Saturday.
“They’ve each had a incredible season with their respective golf equipment they usually’ve each progressed by means of England Knights which proves that the pathway is working.”
Elsewhere within the squad, Georgia Roche returns to Headingley for the primary time since transferring from Leeds Rhinos to Australian aspect Newcastle Knights earlier this season.
4 present Rhinos gamers are in competition to function at their dwelling stadium – Keara Bennett, Amy Hardcastle, Zoe Hornby and Caitlin Beevers.
Caitlin Beevers, Keara Bennett (each Leeds Rhinos), Jodie Cunningham (St Helens), Anna Davies (Wigan Warriors), Amy Hardcastle (Leeds Rhinos), Georgie Hetherington (York Valkyrie), Shona Hoyle (St Helens), Zoe Hornby (Leeds Rhinos), Tara Jones (St Helens), Vicky Molyneux (Wigan Warriors), Lacey Owen (York Valkyrie), Eboni Partington (St Helens), Sinead Peach (York Valkyrie), Emily Rudge (St Helens), Georgia Roche (Newcastle Knights), Tamzin Renouf (York Valkyrie), Olivia Wooden (York Valkyrie), Tara-Jane Stanley (York Valkyrie), Paige Travis, Vicky Whitfield (each St Helens).