YORK City Knights star Jack Teanby made his international debut for Scotland as they drew 30-30 in a thrilling encounter against Jamaica.

Teanby started at prop for the Bravehearts, with Will Oakes, who will join York from Dewsbury Rams next season, on the wing for Nathan Graham's side.

But it was Jamaica who made the fast start at Featherstone's Millennium Stadium with York's Ben Jones-Bishop making a stunning 90-metre break as they ran up a 10-0 lead.

Scotland responded strongly and five converted tries in just under 15 minutes, one of which was assisted by Oakes, left Jamaica with a mountain to climb.

The Reggae Warriors duly produced a remarkable comeback, with Jones-Bishop's try starting the fightback from 30-10 down to parity at full-time.

York's new recruit Jacob Ogden also featured at centre for Jamaica.

Elsewhere, the Knights Ladies also had an international debutant of their own as Savannah Andrade made her England Women’s bow in a comprehensive 40-4 victory at Perpignan’s Stade Gilbert Brutus.

Andrade started at centre as England outlined their World Cup credentials with tries from Amy Hardcastle, Paige Travis, Jodie Cunningham, Tara Jones, Caitlin Beevers and a double from Emily Rudge.

Reflecting on her first maiden England appearance, Andrade said: “It was really amazing.

“I was so glad that I managed to get out there with the girls and I enjoyed myself.

“France are a set of really physical tough strong girls and their offload game was amazing.

“I think that our fitness level is just a little bit higher than theirs and I think that they just tired out.

“Once we got a few tries in, we got a roll on. We scored some amazing tries and the girls definitely worked hard to get them.”

York star Grace Field was the club’s other representative having made several metres through the middle at prop forward.