Buckinghamshire will be challenging for an 11th National (Minor Counties title) when they face Devon in the play-off at West Bromwich Dartmouth in a four-day match starting this Sunday. Play starts at 10.30am each day.
Bucks have named a squad of 13 for the match. Wicket-keeper Ross Richardson, who started his cricketing life at Beaconsfield CC, returns to the 12 who clinched the Eastern Division 1 title in their final match against Suffolk.
Richardson, who was unavailable for that game, was replaced by 17-year-old batsman George Harvey, who top-scored in both innings of his Championship debut. Harvey keeps his place in the squad.
Bucks also include ,the 17-year-old prospect Aadi Sharma.
Amersham all-rounder Mike Payne misses out on the final.
The Bucks head coach is Jason Harrison, who captained Bucks when they won their last title in 2009.
Bucks squad: T Hampton (High Wycombe) capt, A Woodland (High Wycombe), E Cox (Buckingham), C Marrow (Gerrards Cross), A Kervezee (Halesowen), R Richardson (Blackheath), A Sharma (Brickhill), E Bragg (Halesowen), G Harvey (Eastcote), C Parsons (High Wycombe), C Haddow (High Wycombe), T Weymes (Tring Park), T Fleming (Gerrards Cross).