- Skipper- Adam Berry
- Overseas player- Faiz Fazal
- Ins- Faiz Fazal
- Outs- Michael Glass (Ballymena)
- Young players to watch- Cameron Doak/Matthew Humphreys
Adam Berry will once again be at the helm for the Wallace Park side, and he will be hoping that Boyd Rankin will finally get the opportunity to make his debut.
Faiz Fazal is due to return after a productive 2019, but that could be delayed due to the impact of the pandemic in India.
There is only one player leaving, with Michael Glass going to Ballymena.
ďAfter a condensed 2020 season the club is looking forward to a more 'normal' season with Faiz Fazal returning to the club," said a club spokesperson.
"The 2020 season offered Josh Manley, Matthew Humphreys, Chris Burns and Luke Allison their first outings for the First XI while Boyd Rankin was unfortunate to miss his debut due to the poor weather.
"The club can't wait to having Boyd and Faiz in action, with Boyd already making an impact coaching the youth section on a Friday afternoon. We wish him well in his first full season with the club.
"The 2021 season will see the club return to fielding a Fourth XI, a testament to the appetite for cricket in Lisburn and the ever growing youth section.
"After much demand over the last few years itís also great to be able to offer three Women & Girls programmes at Wallace Park for Key Stage 1 girls to senior cricketers.
"We hope all our members enjoy a great summer."
Lisburn start their campaign with an away day trip to Waringstown in the T20 competition.