Coach Ryan Campbell and his selectors have named a squad which has a nice blend of youth and experience for the upcoming tri-series with Ireland and Scotland.
There's a new skipper at the helm in the shape of Pieter Seelaar (pictured) following the retirement of Peter Borren after a stellar career with the Oranje.
While there is an experienced backbone in the squad, there's no doubt that Dutch coach Ryan Campbell has one eye on the future with a number of talented youngsters being given their chance in the four games.
The Netherlands have been traditionally strong in the shortest format, and will start as favourites on home soil to beat Ireland and Scotland.
“It’s going to be very exciting for our youngsters to go up against Ireland and Scotland in what promises to be the first of many T20 tri series between our proud nations," said Campbell.
"It will mark our first series under the new leadership of Pieter Seelaar who takes over from our living legend Peter Borren.
"I’m especially excited about the prospect of our “kids” getting valuable international experience before next year’s T20 WCQ.
"We have vowed to give our youth real opportunities and it will be interesting to see the likes of de Leede, the Zulfiqars, Visee, Edwards & Klaassen go about their work.”
The series kicks off next week when they take on Ireland on June 12th and 13th.
Pieter Seelaar (captain), Wesley Barresi, Ben Cooper, Scott Edwards, Fred Klaassen, Bas De Leede, Shane Snater, Ryan ten Doeschate (tbc), Timm van der Gugten, Paul van Meekeren, Roelof van der Merwe, Tobias Visee, Saqib Zulfiqar, Sikander Zulfiqar.