Yorkshire’s Harry Duke and Will Luxton and have both been selected in a 13-man squad for the First-Class County Select XI’s three-day match against West Indies at Beckenham starting on Wednesday 3 July.

Wicket-keeper Duke, 22, has represented Yorkshire in all formats since his debut in 2021. 

A specialist gloveman, he has 73 catches and four stumpings across 44 matches in red- and white-ball cricket for the Headingley side. 

Duke has also struck five half-centuries and two hundreds in all formats, totalling more than 1,100 runs, and in January 2020 was included in England’s Under-19 World Cup squad. 

Harry Duke

Metro Bank One-Day Cup – Yorkshire Vikings v Hampshire County Cricket Club – York Cricket Club, York, England – Yorkshire’s Harry Duke attempts to run out Hampshire’s Tom Prest.

Meanwhile Luxton, 21, made his debut for Yorkshire at Scarborough in July 2022, by which stage he had already played in a World Cup final – for England Under-19s in their defeat to India in Antigua that February.

Educated at Bradford Grammar School, he made his Yorkshire first-team appearance in the One-Day Cup in 2021, scoring 165 runs in six innings, including a fine 68 on debut against Northamptonshire to rescue his team from 69 for 6. He earned a rookie contract for the 2023 summer.

Will Luxton batting for Yorkshire at York in 2022

Royal London One-Day Cup 2022 – Yorkshire County Cricket Club v Northamptonshire County Cricket Club – York Cricket Club, York, England – Will Luxton bats.

The squad features upcoming players from across 11 first-class counties and provides an opportunity to test themselves against international opposition.ECB Men’s Performance Director, Ed Barney, said: “We’re delighted to have selected a high-potential group that we know will thrive against the West Indies.

“It is a brilliant opportunity for some of the most talented players to show their strengths as future stars of the game. We are looking forward to seeing them develop, perform and enjoy the occasion.”

FCC Select XI squad: Farhan Ahmed (Nottinghamshire), Sonny Baker (Somerset), Harry Duke (Yorkshire), Bertie Foreman (Sussex), Ben Geddes (Surrey), Josh Hull (Leicestershire), Eddie Jack (Hampshire), Will Luxton (Yorkshire), Ben McKinney (Durham), Jamal Richards (Essex), Hamza Shaikh (Warwickshire), Harry Singh (Lancashire), John Turner (Hampshire).

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