Scotland batsman Calum MacLeod and Head Coach Grant Bradburn will join Derbyshire for this summer's T20 competition.
Macleod, fresh from his Man-of-the-Match heroics against England, joins country compatriot Safyaan Sharif at the county.
He previous experience in county cricket with Warwickshire and Durham, and has featured in 74 Twenty20s to date, scoring 1,867 runs at an average of 29.17 and a strike rate of 126.
Making it a Scottish trio at Derby, Coach Grant Bradburn will join fellow New Zealand countryman John Wright and Bowling Coach Dominic Cork to make a formidable backroom staff.
Bradburn has been the Head Coach at Scotland since April 2014.
Cricket Advisor, Kim Barnett told the Derbyshire CC website: “We’re delighted to be working with Cricket Scotland and to have Calum, Safyaan and Grant on board for our Vitality Blast campaign.
“Calum is a powerful striker and only yesterday showed what he can do on the big stage. He offers further depth to our squad, alongside Safyaan, for what is a busy month of cricket.
“I would like to extend my thanks to Grant and Cricket Scotland for supporting this new partnership, and we hope it can help all parties.”
Grant Bradburn added: “It’s an exciting partnership between Cricket Scotland and Derbyshire. Calum and Safyaan are both highly-talented cricketers and will add depth and international experience to the Derbyshire squad.
“I am looking forward to working alongside John Wright and the other coaches and contributing to wins for the Club which has ambitions of silverware this season.”