A talented teenage footballer has scored selection into the England national squad following a string of impressive performances.
Hannah Cain, 15, has already turned out for Wales and has been called up to join the England camp previously.
And the prolific Doncaster striker could be lining up for England’s U15s in Holland next week for a friendly with the Dutch national side.
Dad Tom Cain said: “I can’t begin to say how excited and proud I am of Hannah. She is a very determined and hard-working player who lives and breathes football.”
Mum Lisa Cain added: “We are incredibly proud. Her step-dad Paul and I travel across the country ensuring Hannah achieves her ambition in life which is to be a professional footballer.”
Hannah, also a talented hockey and netball player, has been footballing since the tender age of five.
She joined the Sheffield United Girls Centre of Excellence a year later and has also played in the Scawthorpe Scorpions boys team, represented Wales in Belfast at a capped U17 UEFA tournament and clinched a sports scholarship with Hill House School at the age of 11.
Hill House principal David Holland said: “The wonderful thing about Hannah is that, in addition to her fantastic football achievements, she has been very committed to everything else we do.”