ALBION international trio all played their part in the Lionesses 11-0 win over Estonia.

While England’s senior team smashed 20 goals past Latvia in their World Cup qualifier, the under-23s were enjoying a goal spree of their own with Albion players heavily involved.

Maya Le Tissier and Ellie Brazil both started in the 11-0 victory over Estonia at St George’s Park, while teammate Katie Robinson came off the bench in the second half to score, continuing her form in front of goal after her strike against Belgium last month.

Libby Bance attended an under-19 training camp but Maisie Symonds was unable to join her because of illness.

In terms of other internationals, Megan Connolly was on the scoresheet for the Republic of Ireland, scoring the final goal after coming off the bench in an 11-0 win over Georgia in Dublin.

Former Albion midfielder Denise O’Sullivan netted a hat-trick as the Girls in Green bounced back from a disappointing 1-1 draw against Slovakia last week, when Connolly played from the start, to move into second place in Group A.

Albion goalkeeper Megan Walsh, who was called up for the first time, was on the bench in both games.

Ireland are a point ahead of Finland, who were beaten by group leaders Sweden 2-1 on Thursday with Albion defender Emma Koivisto playing the entire 90 minutes for the Finns.

It was a mixed international break for Albion midfielder Kayleigh Green and Wales.

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Green picked up a goal in the 5-0 win over Greece last week, but two yellow cards ment she was sent off in Tuesday’s 2-0 defeat in Guingamp to Group I leaders France.

Her second red card of the qualifying suspension will mean she is suspended when the qualifying campaign resumes next year.

Inessa Kaagman stayed on the bench during Holland’s 2-2 draw against Czech Republic on Saturday.

South Korea will continue their World Cup campaign with an Asian qualification tournament in January.

Geummin Lee played in their two friendlies against New Zealand this week, where the hosts won 2-1 in the first match before losing the second on Tuesday 2-0.