The Emerging Warriors have named their squad of 12 that will face Ireland U19s at Eglinton on Tuesday, while the Knights have named an extended squad for the season ahead.
The Knights are in action twice on Tuesday at North Kildare, playing back-to-back T20 clashes against Munster Heat and Lightning Bolts.
John Matchett skippers the squad and can call upon Ross Adair and Matthew Foster who have both played for the senior Knights this season.
Graham Kennedy is the most experienced of the Emerging Warriors squad that will take the field tomorrow.
The left-handed all-rounder is joined by Kyle Magee, Varun Chopra and Ryan MacBeth of those who have played at senior level this season.
Graham Kennedy (CIYMS), Kyle Magee (Brigade), DD Barr (Brigade), Tom Harpur (Strabane), Tommy Orr (Eglinton), Rachit Gaur (Ardmore), Reece Kelly (Bready), Trent McKeegan (Newbuildings), Varun Chopra (Coleraine), Ryan Macbeth (Brigade), Khyat Bhavsar (Bready), James McKillop (Bready).
EMERGING KNIGHTS CORE SQUAD:
John Matchett (c) (CIYMS), Ross Adair (CSNI), Aditya Adey (Woodvale), Max Burton (Cliftonville Academy), Cade Carmichael (Instonians), Matthew Foster (CSNI), James Hunter (Instonians), Archie Johnston (CSNI), Ben Mackey (CSNI), Tom Mayes (North Down), Oliver Metcalfe (Instonians), Cian Robertson (Instonians), Morgan Topping (Waringstown), CJ van der Walt (Carrickfergus)
PLAYERS INVITED TO TRAIN WITH EMERGING KNIGHTS
Jack Dickson (Instonians), Cameron Doak (Lisburn), Harry Dyer (CSNI), Rory Ellerby (Instonians), Matthew Halliday (Derriaghy), Adam Kennedy (CIYMS), Adam Ly (Instonians), Carson McCullough (CIYMS), James Rose (Instonians), Max Shannon (Cregagh), Ben Snell (Waringstown), Sam Topping (Waringstown), Michael Waite (Waringstown), Ewan Wilson (Muckamore)