Cumbrian all-rounder Ben Stokes has been selected in England's 15-man World Cup squad.

Stokes, who began his cricketing career at Cockermouth Cricket Club, is expected to be one of England's key players as they begin their World Cup campaign against South Africa at The Oval on May 30.

Barbados-born all-rounder Jofra Archer has also been named in the squad, alongside Hampshire slow left-armer Dawson.

But David Willey and Joe Denly are among those to miss out.

Willey and Denly were named in England's provisional 15-man squad in April, alongside batsman Alex Hales.

But Hales was dropped after serving a suspension for reportedly failing a recreational drugs test and his place, as expected, has gone to James Vince.

Archer, who has a British father, was also absent from the provisional squad but was given the chance to impress in the one-off win in Ireland and the 4-0 series victory over Pakistan that followed.