Cumbrian Jamie Blamire has been named in the England rugby union squad for a training camp later this month.

The 23-year-old, from Seaton, is included in a 45-man party by head coach Eddie Jones.

It is the latest call-up for Newcastle Falcons hooker, who won his first two England caps earlier this year against the USA and Canada.

He scored a hat-trick against the latter on his first start having also scored a try after coming on as a replacement against the Americans.

This month's short training camp, from September 26-28 at The Lensbury, teddington, will see Blamire and his team-mates work under new England coaching staff, after this summer's appointments of Richard Cockerill, Martin Gleeson and Anthony Seibold.

Jones has called up eight uncapped players - Mark Atkinson, Jack Kenningham, Louis Lynagh, Gabriel Oghre, Raffi Quirke, Sam Riley, Bevan Rodd and Ollie Sleightholme. 

Former Seaton Rangers and Workington Zebras man Blamire is one of nine players who made debuts in the summer fixtures to be retained.

There are also returns to the squad for the experienced group of Ben Youngs, Owen Farrell, Courtney Lawes, Joe Marler, Jonny May and Anthony Watson.

But Billy and Mako Vunipola, Jamie George and George Ford have all been left out.

Jones said the likes of Blamire had fully justified their latest call-up.

"This is an exciting squad made up of experienced players and young guys who did well in the summer and earned their place again," he said.

"We have left out some experienced players but we’re really clear that the door isn’t closed to them, and we’re looking forward to seeing them work hard to get back into contention.

"We have five campaigns now until the 2023 World Cup so each one counts, and this is a chance for this 45 to impress the new coaching staff."

The camp will contribute to England's preparations for November's autumn internationals against Tonga, Australia and South Africa.