Cumbrian Jamie Blamire has earned an England call-up for the autumn internationals against Australia, South Africa and Tonga.

The Newcastle Falcons star has been named in a 34-man squad for the Autumn Nations Series.

It sees hooker Blamire, from Seaton, continue to impress England head coach Eddie Jones, having featured in two Tests earlier this year.

The chance to feature in the autumn games next month would be a further step up in the 23-year-old west Cumbrian's burgeoining international career.

Former Seaton Rangers player Blamire, who played for England against the USA and Canada this summer, will join the squad for a five-day training camp in Jersey next week.

They wil then return to take on Tonga on Saturday, November 6, before facing Australia and South Africa on the subsequent two Saturdays.

Four uncapped players have beeen called up, with Nic Dolly, Tommy Freeman, Mark Atkinson and Raffi Quirke in the squad.

Owen Farrell will be captain, with Maro Itoje in line to make his 50th Test during the Autumn Nations Series.

“This is a young but very good, talented squad who have all earned their places. It is one of the most competitive squads I have ever picked,” said Jones.

“There are a number of disappointed players who haven’t been selected, but they know what they need to do and no door is closed to any player.

“We’re looking forward to three tough Test matches. Tonga always play a strong, physical game and Australia and South Africa have had extended periods together and will be a good challenge for us."

The full squad can be seen here