The New Zealand men's hockey team has been named to compete at the Champions Challenge in Malaysia later this month.
Black Sticks head coach Colin Batch has picked a strong side for the eight-team tournament, which features Korea, Ireland, Japan, Canada, France and Poland along with hosts Malaysia.
The Champions Challenge doubles as a qualifier for the 2016 Champions Trophy, with the winner earning an automatic berth.
The 18-man team includes plenty of experience with 11 players having amassed more than 100 international caps.
Captain Dean Couzins - currently on 298 caps - is set to become just the second New Zealand after Phil Burrows to play 300 Tests for New Zealand.
Blacks Sticks (Name, Region, Position, Age, Caps):
Phil Burrows, Capital, midfielder, 33, 312
Marcus Child, Auckland, striker, 23, 52
Simon Child, Auckland, striker, 25, 192
Dean Couzins, Auckland, defender, 32, 298
Steve Edwards, North Harbour, midfielder, 28, 168
Nick Haig, Canterbury, midfielder, 27, 132
Andy Hayward, midlands, defender, 28, 161
Blair Hilton, Capital, striker, 24, 112
Hugo Inglis, Southern, striker, 23, 120
Steve Jenness, Capital, striker, 23, 100
Devon Manchester, Auckland, goalkeeper, 24, 26
Shea McAleese, Central, midfielder, 29, 190
Hamish McGregor, Southern, goalkeeper, 25, 26
Arun Panchia, Auckland, midfielder, 24, 123
Jared Panchia, Auckland, striker, 20, 25
Kane Russell, Southern, defender, 21, 27
Alex Shaw, Capital, defender, 24, 39
Blair Tarrant, Southern, defender, 23, 94