Chris Bass Sr has named his 23-man Ellan Vannin squad for the forthcoming CONIFA World Football Cup in London.

The St George’s manager has picked three un-capped players in the squad for the Paddy Power-sponsored competition which starts on May 31.

Aiming to make their bow for the Manx International Football Alliance side will be Ryan Burns, Darren Cain and Cameron Lee, the Corinthians trio making the cut after Bass Sr whittled down his preliminary squad.

Former St George’s man Conor Doyle won’t be making the trip back from Dubai for the 16-team tournament, but Seamus Sharkey will interupt his League of Ireland campaign with Sligo Rovers to join up with the party.

St John’s duo Rhys Oates and Sam Ingham miss out as does Rushen United’s Ste Riding and St Mary’s Steven Priestnal who had all been named in Bass Sr’s preliminary selection.

A facial injury prevents Corinthians’ Tom Smith from adding to his three caps, but Lee Gale is included despite suffering an ankle injury while playing for Peel against St John’s last week.

St George’s youngsters Joey Quayle and Joel Ibanez keep their places in the squad, the latter after enjoying a fine breakthrough season for the Saints.

Midfielder Frank Jones, the selection’s most-capped player with 27 caps, skippers the team as they aim to better the squad’s runner-up finish of 2014.

Ellan Vannin squad: Dean Kearns (Rushen United), Andy Perry (St George’s), Mike Williams (Rushen United), Dan Simpson (Corinthians), Frank Jones (St George’s), Joey Morling (St George’s), Ciaran McNulty (St George’s), Joey Quayle (St George’s), Furo Davies (St George’s), Ste Whitley (Corinthians), Sam Caine (St George’s), Lee Gale (Peel), Daniel Bell (Peel), Sean Quaye (St George’s), Sean Doyle (Corinthians), Ryan Burns (Corinthians), Darren Cain (Corinthians), Cameron Lee (Corinthians), Seamus Sharkey (Sligo Rovers), Alex Holden (Bottersford Town), Joel Ibanez (St George’s), Julian Ringham (St George’s), Jack McVey (St George’s).

Ellan Vannin start their group campaign against North Americans Cascadia at Sutton United’s Gander Green Lane ground on May 31. Further group games follow against Tamil Eelam on June 2 and hosts Barawa on June 3. The opening match will be refereed by former Premier League official Mark Clattenburg.