Former Sheffield United Girls' Centre of Excellence players Hannah Cain and Millie Bright are making the sporting headlines.
Hannah, pictured with Chris Wilder, jets off to Jordan next week to represent England in the FIFA Women's U17 World Cup. She is part of a 21-strong playing squad going into acclimatisation training before the showpiece event.
Schoolgirl Hannah, who has recently recovered from a broken leg, is from Arksey, Doncaster.
"I started out with Sheffield United's Girls Centre of Excellence where I spent many seasons before moving on. It was a great time," said Hannah, who now plays for Sheffield FC in the Women's Super League.
Meanwhile, Chesterfield-born Millie, now with Chelsea Ladies after a transfer from Doncaster Belles, has received her first senior England call-up after being a key player in the London club's League and Cup double.
England women's coach Mark Sampson named uncapped midfielder Millie Bright in his squad for the Euro 2017 qualifying double-header against Estonia and Belgium.
They played Estonia earlier this week before concluding their campaign in Leuven next week.