Perth duo Lisa Evans and Lana Clelland and Dunfermline’s Caroline Weir have made Shelley Kerr’s 23-player Scotland squad for the Women’s World Cup in France.
There were no shocks when head coach Kerr made the announcement at Hampden Park.
Arsenal forward Evans, Fiorentina attacker Clelland and Manchester City midfielder Weir are all Scotland regulars who played a big part in helping the team qualify for France.
The Scots have one last friendly to play at Hampden Park on May 28 against Jamaica before they head out to France.
Their first game is a clash with Phil Neville’s England, one of the favourites to win the World Cup, in Nice on June 9.