The New Zealand men's team has been named for June's World Team Squash Championships in France, the same quartet who represented the country in Germany two years ago.
Led by world number 44 Campbell Grayson, the New Zealand national champion will be making his fifth appearance at the World Champs.
Joining Grayson is Martin Knight currently ranked at number 48.
The other two players, making their second appearance in the team, are Evan Williams ranked 85th in the world, and
Paul Coll, a young player on the improve having climbed more than 60 places in the past year to be ranked at number 102.
The World Team Championships will be held in Mulhouse, France from June 9-15.