Hamish Imrie (right) with Scotland coach Derek Forsyth during a training session. Picture Nigel Duncan Media

Ross Stott comes out of the international hockey wilderness to be named in the Scotland men’s squad for the Atlantic Series triple-header against the USA in Glasgow from Sunday.

The 30-year-old Dundonian, who plays in midfield for English cracks, East Grinstead, comes out of retirement.

Adam Le Page of Tilburg will make his Scotland debut along with rising Grange star Callum MacKenzie.

The squad features 13 players from the Gold Coast squad that secured Scotland’s highest ever finish at a Commonwealth Games.

And Cameron Golden, Aidan McQuade and Hamish Imrie come back into the squad for the games on Sunday 8 July (noon), Monday 9 July (18.00); and Wednesday 11 July (12.00) at Glasgow’s National Hockey Centre.

A Scottish Hockey spokesman said: “It’s been an incredible year for the Blue Sticks in which they won EuroHockey Championship II, bagged their highest ever finish at a Commonwealth Games and won the NRS Sunday Post Team of the Year award as well as reaching the semi-final of World League.”

Scotland: Tommy Alexander, Michael Bremner and Gavin Byers (HTC Ulhenhorst), Russell Anderson (Cannock HC), Tim Atkins, William Marshall (Surbiton HC), Kenny Bain (Hurley), Patrick Christie (Durham University), Murray Collins, Robbie Sheperdson (Loughborough University), Ben Cosgrove, Cameron Goldie, Steven McIlravey, Aidan McQuade (Grove Menzieshill), Callum Duke (Hillhead), David Forsyth (Qui Vive), Rob Harwood (Western Wildcats), Hamish Imrie, Callum MacKenzie (Grange), Adam Le Page (Tilburg), Gordon McIntyre (Wimbledon), Lee Morton, Duncan Riddell (Reading), Ross Stott (East Grinstead).