The Netherlands have named their squad for their forthcoming visit to New Zealand, with Stephan Myburgh, Max O'Dowd and Logan van Beek back in the frame.

The Oranje's 15-man party will start with a T20I, followed by three matches in the World Cup Super League.

"New Zealand is a fantastic challenge for us as they have been one of the best white-ball teams in the world over the past five years," said Head Coach Ryan Campbell.

"We are taking the opportunity to bring our best young talents with us. The returning Vikramjit Singh is good news in that regard, as he will be joined by his U19 team-mate Shariz Ahmad, who will get his first chance at the national team as he played well during the U19 World Cup Qualifiers. Also Aryan Dutt, who gets another chance, because he bowled well against Afghanistan.

"As well as these youngsters it is great to see senior players Stephan Myburgh, Max O'Dowd and Logan van Beek again who bring a lot of experience to this roster ."


Pieter Seelaar (VOC) (captain), Stephan Myburgh (Punjab CCR), Max O'Dowd (VOC), Scott Edwards (VOC) (wicketkeeper), Bas de Leede (VCC), Vikramjit Singh (VRA), Aryan Dutt (VRA ), Logan van Beek (VCC), Philippe Boissevain (VCC), Brandon Glover (Northamptonshire County CC), Fred Klaassen (Kent County CC), Ryan Klein (HBS), Clayton Floyd (HCC), Boris Gorlee (HCC), Shariz Ahmad (VCC). 


Friday, March 25 T20I New Zealand - Netherlands, McLean Park, Napier

Tuesday, March 29 1st ODI (CWCSL) New Zealand - Netherlands , Bay Oval, Mt Maunganui, Saturday, April 2 2nd ODI (CWCSL) New Zealand - Netherlands, Seddon Park, Hamilton  Monday, April 4 3rd ODI (CWCSL) New Zealand - Netherlands, Seddon Park, Hamilton