Craig Young has been named in the Ireland squad for next month’s World Cup Super League games against Bangladesh, along with Josh Little who will return from the Indian Premier League for the three-match series in Chelmsford.

With Mark Adair and Graham Hume, Ireland’s most successful bowler in the ODI series in Slyhet last month, the Ireland attack will finally be back at full strength, although significantly Young has also been named in the Ireland Wolves squad, presumably to test his fitness, in a warm-up game for the Tigers, also in England on May 5, four days before the first WCSL clash.

It was the Ireland batting which was the major concern in Bangladesh, however, with only Curtis Campher scoring more than 50 runs across the two innings. However, the batting line-up is unchanged and, indeed, Matthew Humphreys is the only absentee from the squad, because of exam commitments.

PJ Moor captains the Wolves side which includes fellow Test match squad players James McCollum and Tom Mayes.

Squad members Tom Mayes and Fionn Hand, also still in Sri Lanka ahead of the second Test starting on Monday, are also in the Wolves squad, along with Civil Service North opening bowler Matthew Foster, who was named in the Ireland squad for ODIs against Sri Lanka, but cancelled by the hosts.

Edging closer to international recognition with their inclusion are Instonians batter Cade Carmichael and Brigade’s new signing Scott Macbeth

Ireland squad: A Balbirnie (capt), M Adair, C Campher, G Delany, G Dockrell, S Doheny, F Hand, G Hume, J Little, A McBrine, P Stirling, H Tector, L Tucker, C Young

Wolves squad: PJ Moor (capt), C Carmichael, M Commins, Delany, M Foster, Hand, G Hoey, T Kane, T Mayes, S Macbeth, J McCollum, N Rock, Young.