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Reggae Boys in St Lucia

McCleary, Mariappa, Morgan, Austin join team for second Caribbean friendly

Tuesday, March 04, 2014 | 10:59 AM    

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RODNEY BAY, St Lucia -- Jamaica's Reggae Boyz are in St Lucia to prepare for their Friendly International against the hosts at the Beausejour Stadium on Wednesday.

The Boyz arrived in Castries, St Lucia late Monday night, after an almost four-hour LIAT flight delay in Barbados. 

The Winfried Schaefer-coached team has been boosted by the addition of the England-based quartet of Garath McCleary, Adrian Mariappa, Wes Morgan and Rodolph Austin.

The four were not available on Sunday when Jamaica beat Barbados 2-0 at the National Stadium in St Michael in the first game of their eastern Caribbean tour.

Jamaica's next scheduled Friendly is against Serbia in May. 

Squad -- Andre Blake, Gariece McPherson, Upston Edwards, Ricardo Morris, Darren Mattocks, Alvas Powell, Deshorn Brown, Michael Seaton, Wes Morgan, Adrian Mariappa, Romario Campbell, Renae Lloyd, Nicholas Beckett, Garath McCleary, John Ross Edwards, Kemar Lawrence, Je-Vaughn Watson, Rodolph Austin

Sanjay Myers

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