FL t20: Lancashire's Wayne White hopes to repeat 2011 victory

Wayne White

Wayne White hopes his previous success in the FL t20 will inspire Lancashire to a first victory in the competition.

"I've enjoyed the tournaments we've done well in at Leicestershire. It's new scenery, a new gameplan and I'm looking forward to it," said White.

who were beaten finalists in 2005 and have appeared in three further semi-finals.

The 2012 tournament ended in disappointment for the Red Rose county, who were having been involved in several rain-affected matches.

They begin this season's campaign at Durham on Friday.

White, 27, told BBC Radio Manchester: "Anyone can win a game in this format. One good over can turn the whole game.

Leicestershire celebrate their 2011 victory in the domestic T20 competition
Wayne White (r) played in Leicestershire's final victory against Somerset at Edgbaston in 2011

"We [Leicestershire] were lucky that year [2011] because we batted really deep and one person stood up in every game and won us a game.

"You need a lot of contributions from different people and a good gameplan that goes well on good and bad days."

Lancashire will welcome who impressed for the Kiwis during the recent Champions Trophy and previously their one-day series win against England, into their squad for the FL t20 competition.

Captain Glen Chapple said: "He bowls at the death for a very good one-day team and he's got a good recent record.

"From what I've seen of him on television, he looks like a really good signing for us, and I'm sure he'll be keen to do well."