Eddie Richardson is captain again for the Balrothery side, who have John Mooney as Head Coach.
Their plans to have an overseas player have been ditched due to the covid situation, but there are some new, albeit familiar faces at the club this year.
Ryan Gallagher joins from Strabane, having previously played down the road at Malahide previously.
Making the journey in the opposite direction to the North West is Dhram Singh who is playing at Ardmore.
Andrew Sheridan and Cian Mulvaney are playing again, adding quality and depth to the side.
"We've about six young players on the fringes so there should be good improvements from them," skipper Richardson told CricketEurope.
"We can't wait to get the season started. It's really great to get Andy Sheridan back from him being away.
"We are also looking forward to Ryan Gallagher producing good performances for us.
"Our aims this year are to hopefully get a good cup run and getting back to the Premier League."
It's a Fingal derby which is first up for North County as they travel to Milverton to take on The Hills on Monday.