Falmouth youngster Dylan Tynan has been named in the eight-person Great Britain squad for the Para Table Tennis Bangkok Open in Thailand.

Fifteen-year-old Tynan, who plays at Falmouth Docks Table Tennis Club, will compete in the men's class 10 event in the competition, which runs from August 8-10.

Tynan won the Junior singles title at the British Para Table Tennis National Championships in Grantham last year, and is the only player from the south west involved in the squad.

Commonwealth and European silver medallist Kim Daybell and fellow British Para Table Tennis Team Performance Squad athletes Jack Hunter-Spivey, Martin Perry and Billy Shilton are also among the squad.

Daybell, who works part time as a Junior doctor in a North London hospital, won gold in the men’s class 10 team event with the Czech Republic’s Ivan Karabec in the Japan Open last week as well as bronze in the men’s class 10 singles.

Hunter-Spivey also took gold in Japan in the men’s class 5 team event (with Norway’s Tommy Urhaug) and bronze in the men’s class 5 singles while Perry took silver in the men’s class 6 team (with Frenchman Esteban Herrault) and Shilton took silver in the men’s class 8 team with his British team mate Aaron McKibbin.

Also competing for Britain in Thailand will be four members of the Pathway Squad – Marc Bonnar, Jack Stockdale, Shae Thakker and Tynan.

The full squad for the PTT Bangkok Open is:

Marc Bonnar, 30 (men’s class 2) - Ingleby Barwick (Stockton-on-Tees)

Kim Daybell, 26 (men’s class 10) - Sheffield/London

Jack Hunter-Spivey, 24 (men’s class 5) - Liverpool/Sheffield

Martin Perry, 24 (men’s class 6) - Paisley/Sheffield

Billy Shilton, 20 (men’s class 8) Stonehouse (Gloucestershire)/Sheffield

Jack Stockdale, 18 (men’s class 10) - Romford

Shae Thakker, 16 (men’s class 10) - Denham (Buckinghamshire)

Dylan Tynan, 15 (men’s class 10) - Falmouth