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Women's A squad to face Poland

Friday, 04 May 2012

Women’s International Challenge Match
Poland v Scotland
Wednesday 9th May 2012 kick-off 5pm
Starogard Stadium, Gdansk, Poland

Scotland national coach Anna Signeul has named her squad for next week's match against Poland in Gdansk.

There are first time call-ups for Rangers goalkeeper Khym Ramsay, who joined the squad for a training camp in January, and 18-year-old Celtic midfielder Emily Thomson.  

Scotland squad:

Gemma Fay - Celtic
Shannon Lynn - Hibernian
Khym Ramsay - Rangers
Jennifer Beattie - Arsenal
Frankie Brown - Hibernian
Ifeoma Dieke- Vittsjo GIK
Lisa Evans - Glasgow City
Emma Fernon - Glasgow City
Suzanne Grant - Celtic
Rhonda Jones - Celtic
Kim Little - Arsenal
Joanne Love - Glasgow City
Joelle Murray - Hibernian
Jane Ross - Glasgow City
Leanne Ross - Glasgow City
Rachael Small - Forfar Farmington
Megan Sneddon - Celtic
Emily Thomson - Celtic

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