Horsham have asked England for special dispensation to release bowler Jofra Archer for their derby with Premier Division champions Roffey on June 1 after his selection in England's 2019 World Cup squad - in a tongue-in-cheek tweet this morning.
The 24-year-old Sussex paceman famously returned for the Lions' 171-run home victory over the Boars last season, scoring 17 before taking 4-24 with the ball.
The tweet read: "Following @JofraArcher inclusion in the @ECB_cricket @cricketworldcup 2019 squad, @horshamcc have opened up dialogue with the ECB to get Jofra released for our fixture with @RoffeyCC on June 1st. #lions"
Barbados-born Archer was named in England's 15-man World Cup squad after only appearing in three one-day internationals. The pace bowler has taken a total of three wickets during these fixtures.
The bowler also had a brief stint at Horsham's Premier Division rivals Middleton.
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