0 Have your say Leeds Rhinos’ Charlotte Booth and Shannon Lacey have been drafted into the England women’s performance squad. They are among six Rhinos players in the 34-woman group which also includes eight from next weekend’s Challenge Cup final opponents Castleford Tigers and one Featherstone Rovers representative.Lacey, 19, is in the squad for the first time while Booth is hoping to add to her nine England caps.“I’ve had a little bit of time away from the set up and concentrated on club rugby at Leeds, but it’s really exciting to be back with the England girls,” Booth said.“It seems like there’s a really good atmosphere on the back of the 2017 World Cup.“There’s a real good vibe to the camp and I’m looking forward to building on that.”Booth has switched to the pack after previously playing in the backs.“The change in position is a new challenge, but one I look forward to,” she added.“I’ve been playing second-row, previously I played at full-back and a little bit on the wing, but I’m just excited to get involved in the thick of it.“Playing in the forwards it probably gives me a chance to do the things I like, which is powerful… Read full this story
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