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With the Red Roses naming their squad for the Old Mutual Wealth Series against Canada in November, there were seven new faces included by head coach Simon Middleton.
With England looking to build on their record of 15 wins in 17 games in 2017, here are some of the uncapped players who will be hoping to begin their international careers.
The Darlington Mowden Park Sharks back row forward is a former England Under 20 international and has also played sevens for England Students and Great Britain Students.
As well as well as playing for the Sharks, where she has made four appearances so far this season, Brown is studying for a Masters degree in Physiotherapy after initially studying in the North East for a Sports Therapy degree.
Brown, 24, comes from Manchester and has played at both flanker and No 8 during her career.
Harlequins wing Breach has previous international experience for the England Sevens team and has also represented the England Under 20 side.
Have you seen a faster try?— Harlequins (@Harlequins) September 25, 2017
Harlequins Ladies' Jess Breach beats 8 defenders from the kick-off! pic.twitter.com/o9kCMfJKb9
The 19-year-old has started this season in impressive fashion with six tries in the Tyrrells Premier 15s so far, leaving her second in the try scoring charts.
Breach joins fellow Quins backs Rachael Burford and Leanne Riley in the squad as they have helped the club to top of the league after five rounds.
The 20-year-old played against Canada for the Under 20 side in August 2016 and just over a year later could make her debut against same opposition.
She is studying mechanical engineering at Imperial College in London while her sister Ruth Dow is also a former Under 20 international.
The Wasps FC Ladies wing has been playing since the age of five when her rugby loving dad took her to her local club Maidenhead.
The Saracens Women fly half has been one of the stand out performers in the opening rounds of the Tyrrells Premier 15s, leading the point-scoring charts so far in 2017/18.
As well as 30 points from the boot, the 19-year-old has scored three tries so far this campaign to take her total to 45 as Sarries sit second in the table.
Harrison has continued on her form from last season where she ended as the top points scorer in the women’s top flight, where she also combined that with playing for the Under 20 side.
Gloucester-Hartpury’s Ellie Kildunne has been impressing at full back in her debut season for the club.
The 18-year-old grew up in Yorkshire and previously played for Castleford and West Park Leeds before her move to the newly established top-flight team.
Kildunne was part of an U18 talent development squad and has also played sevens for the U18 side.
Bristol Ladies scrum half Mattinson has captained England Under 20s and featured for England Students during her time at Northumbria University.
Absolutely loved today’s game! Great atmosphere at Ashton Gate! #bristol— Caity Mattinson (@caitymattinson) October 7, 2017
She moved to the West Country after a spell at Darlington Mowden Park Sharks where she played during her studies in the North East.
The 21-year-old has three tries in three appearances this season.
Another player called up from the Bristol Ladies set up, centre Tuima made her Under 20s debut against Canada last season after featuring for the Under 18 side previously.
Showing her versatility, the 19-year-old has also played at full back this season as well as in the centre of midfield.
The Fiji-born back moved to Bristol over the summer and has featured three times so far after progressing through the ranks at Plymouth Albion.