Enfield golfer Harry Casey has been included as part of the England Golf team for the biennial international against France later this month.
The 20-year-old is part of a nine-man squad which will take on the French on the weekend of May 17/18 at Fontainebleau.
Casey made his full England debut against Spain at El Prat last August and was also part of the England side which triumphed in the Home International last September.
In 2013 Casey won the Selbourne Salver and lost in a play-off for the Poncat Dutch Junior Open, finishing third in the Portuguese Amateur.
Meetings between England and France date back to 1934 and of the 32 matches, England have won 27.
Four of France's five victories have come in the last nine meetings between the two nations.
The match will consist of four foursomes and eight singles on each day.