Mark Wilson has been selected in England's preliminary 29-man World Cup training squad.

Newcastle Falcons flanker Wilson, who began his rugby career in Penrith, is joined in Eddie Jones' squad alongside the uncapped quartet of former England Sevens star Ruaridh McConnochie, Harlequins' back-rower Alex Dombrandt, Northampton's Lewis Ludlam and Gloucester prop Val Rapava-Ruskin.

The quartet of Danny Care, Chris Robshaw, Nathan Hughes and captain Dylan Hartley, meanwhile, have all missed out.

Those picked will now attend a training camp at Pennyhill Park, from June 23 to June 27, before a second training camp at the Lensbury, from June 30 to July 4.

But players attending the camp at Pennyhill Park will not have featured in the Gallagher Premiership semi-finals or final, outside of Ludlam and Rapava-Ruskin. Both players and a small number involved in the Quilter Cup match against the Barbarians will be managed to ensure their post-season active rest periods are fulfilled in agreement with Premiership Rugby and the Rugby Players Association.

Head coach Jones told England Rugby's website: "The first two England training camps are designed to improve individual players’ fundamentals to allow them to compete for a place in the Rugby World Cup squad."

England’s official Rugby World Cup training squad will be announced by Jones at Japan House on July 4.

Wilson has been named in the preliminary squad despite his club side, Newcastle Falcons, having been relegated from the Gallagher Premiership at the end of the 2018/19 season.