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Well done, Reggae Girlz

Monday, October 22, 2018

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Dear Editor,

With the Reggae Girlz having been qualified for the Women's World Cup in France 2019 we are in for a treat from our girls.

It has been an amazing journey to this World Cup. I would just like to offer hearty congratulations to the entire delegation; players and support team.

We are extremely proud of our girls who have delivered the goods for us some 21 years after our men qualified for a space in the men's World Cup in France 1998.

I feel like it is a great victory for us as a people to have qualified for this enormous tournament.

It seems to me that France may well be our lucky star, because we are always lucky to qualify whenever they are hosting the World Cup.

The great feeling has not yet soaked into our skins as yet we are still in a reflective mood.

We will have to work on the weaknesses of the female players and ensure that they are a strong unit when the right time comes. It will be more than a disaster if we fail to prepare properly — if we fail to prepare we would have planned to fail.

But we are great optimists, so we are quite certain that we will possess the skills to achieve successes.

I am hopeful the Girlz will make us proud. Long live the Reggae Girlz!

Paris Taylor

Greater Portmore, St Catherine


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