Lancashire's Tom Smith has been named in the England squad for the Hong Kong Sixes later this month.
Smith follows in the footsteps of Red Rose team mate Steven Croft who represented England in the competition last year.
Surrey’s Rory Hamilton-Brown will captain the seven man squad with Hamilton-Brown’s County Manager Chris Adams taking charge of the side in Hong Kong.
England will be one of twelve teams taking part in the competition and Adams’ men have been drawn in a group with current champions Australia, Bangladesh and Ireland.
The competition will be staged at the Kowloon Cricket Club and will be held between October 28th and October 30th.
Below is the squad that will be travelling to Hong Kong:
Manager: Chris Adams (Surrey)
Captain: Rory Hamilton-Brown (Surrey)
Rikki Clarke (Warwickshire)
Josh Cobb (Leicestershire)
Chris Read (Nottinghamshire)
Tom Smith (Lancashire)
Darren Stevens (Kent)
Peter Trego (Somerset)