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Scotland Women's National Team Interim Head Coach Stuart McLaren has named his squad for the upcoming international friendlies in Northern Ireland and Wales including four uncapped players.
Eartha Cummings, Brianna Westrup, Leah Eddie and Christy Grimshaw have all been included for the two matches which will act as preparation matches for the World Cup 2023 Qualifiers that will begin in September against Hungary and Faroe Islands.
21-year-old Charlton Athletic goalkeeper Eartha Cummings has been included having impressed through the youth squads along with Leah Eddie who has followed a similar path and was recently named as Hibernian Player of the Year.
Brianna Westrup is one of five Rangers players involved and will be aiming for her first Scotland cap during June. The American-born defender qualifies for Scotland through her Mother and joined Rangers last October from Newcastle United.
25-year-old Christy Grimshaw will join the squad fresh from competing in the Women's Coppa Italia Final last night where AC Milan lost out on penalties to Roma.
Born in Kircaldy, Grimshaw broke into the Aberdeen first team at the age of 16 before spending five years at Barry University in Miami and playing in Metz.
Lisa Evans, Martha Thomas, Jen Beattie are all ruled out the squad due to injury and Emma Mitchell is also not included after recently announcing her pregnancy.
Leanne Ross will once again be Stuart McLaren's assistant and they'll be joined by Bristol City head coach Tanya Oxtoby. The Australian played for a number of clubs in her home country including Perth Glory before moving to England and playing with Doncaster Rovers Belles.
She has since managed England Under-19s and Nottingham Forest as well as being assistant at Birmingham City and Perth Glory.
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