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Twenty four players will get the opportunity to impress the England senior team management when they meet in October for an Under-23 training camp.
Assistant manager Marieanne Spacey will take charge of the four-day camp, joined by head coach Mark Sampson and goalkeeping coach Lee Kendall.
Ten players travelled to Canada in the summer for the Under-20 World Cup, while Sunderland goalkeeper Rachael Laws was on the bench for the seniors' 10-0 World Cup qualifying win over Montenegro earlier this month.
Spacey said: "This is a training camp with an emphasis on observing players that have been in the system with younger squads recently and some that may not have been in for a while.
"We've selected a few older players so it's more of a development squad than an Under-23 squad, but I'm looking forward to working with them."
Players from Arsenal and Manchester City have not been included due to their participation in the Continental Cup Final on 16th October, while players from Bristol Academy and Liverpool will be on Champions League duty.
England Under-23 training camp squad:
Marie Hourihan (Chelsea), Rachael Laws (Sunderland), Megan Walsh (Everton), Hannah Blundell (Chelsea), Kerys Harrop (Birmingham City), Becky Jane (Reading), Aoife Mannion (Birmingham City), Meaghan Sargeant (Birmingham City), Danielle Turner (Everton), Paige Williams (Everton), Millie Bright (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Lauren Bruton (Reading), Laura Coombes (Chelsea), Emma Follis (Aston Villa), Kasia Lipka (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Sherry McCue (Aston Villa), Jess Sigsworth (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Drew Spence (Chelsea), Abbey-Leigh Stringer (Birmingham City), Kirsty Linnett (Birmingham City), Beth Mead (Sunderland), Nikita Parris (Everton), Aileen Whelan (Notts County), Katie Wilkinson (Aston Villa).
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