Reggae Boyz head off on Eastern Caribbean tour

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

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Jamaica's senior Reggae Boyz are scheduled to depart the island today for their two-match friendly international tour of the Eastern Caribbean.

The Theodore Whitmore-led 20-man local squad will head for Barbados today where they will overnight before heading on to Grenada tomorrow ahead of Friday's game against that country inside the Kirani James Athletic Stadium in St George's at 7:00 pm (Jamaica time).

The team will then return to Barbados ahead of next Monday's game against that country at the Barbados FA Wildey, also at 7:00 pm (Jamaica time).

The Reggae Boyz are using both games as preparation for the start of the new CONCACAF Nations League on Sunday, September 9, when Jamaica hosts Cayman Islands inside the National Stadium.

The Nations League is a qualifier for the CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament.

Team: Amal Knight (UWI FC), Fabion McCarthy (UWI FC), Damion Hyatt (Arnett Gardens FC), Fabian Reid (Arnett Gardens FC), Ricardo Morris (Portmore United FC), Javon East (Portmore United FC), Maalique Foster (Portmore United FC), Damano Solomon (Portmore United FC), Ladale Richie (Montego Bay United), Javain Brown (Harbour View FC), Peter-Lee Vassell (Harbour View FC), Daniel Green (Harbour View FC), Ajeanie Talbott (Harbour View FC), Ricardo Thomas (Waterhouse FC), Tevin Shaw (Tivoli Gardens FC), Barrington Pryce (Tivoli Gardens FC), Alex Marshall (Cavalier Soccer Club), Chevone Marsh (Cavalier Soccer Club), Kaheem Parris (Cavalier Soccer Club), Kevaughn Isaac (Humble Lion FC).

The delegation is completed by: Patrick Malcolm (head of delegation), Roy Simpson (manager), Theodore Whitmore (head coach), Jerome Waite (assistant coach), Warren Barrett (goalkeeper coach), Derrick McDowell (team doctor), Lamar Morgan (physical trainer), Ashauna Davis (physiotherapist), and Norman Stone (equipment manager).

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