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City trio named in Scotland World Cup squad

TOP TRIO: Claire Emslie, Caroline Weir and Jen Beattie have all been selected in Scotland's World Cup squad

TOP TRIO: Claire Emslie, Caroline Weir and Jen Beattie have all been selected in Scotland's World Cup squad

Three City stars have been named in Scotland's squad for the Women's World Cup.

Claire Emslie, Caroline Weir and Jennifer Beattie have all been selected by Shelley Kerr, as the Scots prepare to embark on their very first adventure in the competition.

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Beattie has more than 123 caps for her country, while Weir has 62 and Emslie 20.

Kerrs's side have been pitted in Group D against England (9 June), Argentina (14 June) and Japan (19 June).

The announcement follows the news that City will also be well-represented in England's World Cup squad. Meanwhile, Pauline Bremer has been named in Germany's five-player reserve list.

Congratulations to all, who have been chosen.

Full squad:

Goalkeepers

Lee Alezander, Jenna Fife, Shannon Lynn

Defenders

Jen Beattie, Chloe Arthur, Rachel Corsie, Nicola Docherty, Sophie Howard, Hayley Lauder, Joelle Murray, Kirsty Smith

Midfielders

Caroline Weir, Lizzie Arnot, Leanne Crichton, Kim Little, Jo Love, Christie Murray

Forwards

Claire Emslie, Fiona Brown, Lana Clelland, Erin Cuthbert, Lisa Evans, Jane Ross.

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