Curley is a familiar face returning for 2023, having helped lift the Presidents Cup in 2022, defeating Great Britain Teachers and the UK Armed Forces.
The RFL’s Conor Meese, a co-selector alongside management team colleagues and coaches, says:
“A huge congratulations to everyone who has been selected following the recent trials. It’s been really challenging for us as staff and coaches to select the final squad given the number and ability of the players who attended the trials. This shows the growth within the women’s game and in particular the appetite within the educational settings.
- 10th May, GB Teachers England Students, venue: Lock Lane & K.O 19:00hrs
- 31st May, England Students v UK Armed Forces, venue: Orrell St James, Wigan & K.O 19:00hrs
The full England Students Women’s squad to compete against GB Teachers and UK Armed Forces:
Grace Banks (West Lancashire College), Gracie Bradshaw (Southport College), Alyx Bridge (Edge Hill University), Mayzi Carter (Ossett Academy), Caitlin Casey (Garforth Academy), Evie Cousins (Guiseley 6th Form), Pippa Curley (Huddersfield New College), Elise Gater (Wigan & Leigh College), Jess Harrap (Leeds Trinity University), Beth Hayes (University of Salford), Lydia Humphries (Rainhill 6th Form), Eva Hunter (Winstanley College), Jessica Ingram (Loughborough University), Molly Jones (Winstanley College), Abbie Millward (Loughborough College), Lois Naidole (Huddersfield New College), Izzy Northrop (Newcastle University), Beri Salihi (Carmel College), Jessica Sharp (Bishop Burton), Danielle Waters (University of Hull), Olivia Whitehead (Leeds Beckett University), Megan Williams (Cronton College).