Barrow-born Georgia Stanway helped England women pick up a 2-1 victory in their friendly against Spain on Tuesday night.

Former Dowdales School pupil Stanway played for 67 minutes at Swindon Town's County Ground, as the Lionesses bounced back from their 1-0 defeat against Canada the previous Friday.

In what was a much-changed England's final game before coach Phil Neville names his squad for this summer's Women's World Cup, which is being held in France, the hosts led 1-0 going into half-time thanks to Beth Mead's opener.

Toni Duggan threaded the ball through for Ellen White, whose first-time low cross was touched in from close range by Mead at the far post.

White doubled the Lionesses lead with a sweet finish into the top corner with just 34 seconds of the second half gone before Spain pulled a goal back when Mariona Caldentey went on a brilliant run down the left before teeing up Aitana Bonmati.

Just after this, Stanway was replaced by her Manchester City club mate Keira Walsh and despite late pressure from the visitors, England held on for victory.

Stanway, 20, will be back in action with City in their Women's FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea on Sunday.