Thursday 27 February, 2020

Reggae Girls depart Monday for camp ahead of World Cup Qualifiers

A Jamaica national senior women's football squad, comprising of all local-based players, is scheduled to depart the country on Monday for Orlando, USA for a training camp ahead of the Concacaf Caribbean Women's World Cup Qualifiers.

The training camp runs from April 30-May 7 and comes a week after Jamaica staged Group B of the inaugural CFU Women's Challenge Series.

The Caribbean Women's Challenge Series offered meaningful competition and practice ahead of the Concacaf Women's World Cup Qualifiers, which begins May 5.

Jamaica had to settle for second place in Group B of the CFU Women's Challenge Series after they were beaten 1-0 by Cuba in a top-of-the-table fixture last Sunday.

The Reggae Girls finished with three points after they outscored Barbados 3-2 in their opening game, a team that Cuba hammered 7-0.

Only three teams had participated in the group as Turks and Caicos Islands, which were due to compete had pulled out.

The Concacaf Caribbean Women’s Qualifier will be disputed in two stages. For the first stage of the regional qualifier, the 23 participating member associations were sorted into three groups of five and two groups of four teams.

Jamaica have been drawn in Group B alongside hosts Haiti, Martinique, Guadeloupe and Turks and Caicos Islands.

Only the five first stage group winners will advance to the  final round of the Caribbean qualifying to be played August 18-26. The top three finishers of the final round will qualify for the 2018 Concacaf Women’s Championship.

2018 Concacaf Caribbean Women’s Qualifiers Round One Groups

Group A
1. Dominican Republic
2. Puerto Rico
3. Cuba
4. Anguilla
5. Aruba

Group B
1. Haiti
2. Martinique
3. Jamaica
4. Turks and Caicos Islands
5. Guadeloupe

Group C
1. Trinidad & Tobago 
2. Dominica 
3. US Virgin Islands
4. St. Kitts and Nevis 
5. Grenada

Group D
1. Antigua & Barbuda
2. St. Vincent and the Grenadines 
3. St. Lucia 
4. Curacao

Group E
1. Guyana
2. Bermuda
3. Barbados 
4. Suriname



  1. Marline Brown                  -           Head of Delegation
  2. Hue Menzies                     -           Head Coach
  3. Lorne Donaldson              -           Asst. Coach
  4. Andre Price                       -           Asst. Coach
  5. Jean Nelson                       -         Team Manager
  6. Dr. Lori-ann Miller            -           Team Doctor
  7. Saundria Codling              -           Physiotherapist
  8. Jason Henry                      -           Physical Trainer
  9. William Hitzelberger       -            Fitness Coach
  10. Omar Folkes                      -           Equipment Manager
  11. Hubert Busby                    -           Goalkeeper Coach


  1. Marlo Sweatman
  2. Chris-ann Chambers
  3. Chinyelu Asher  
  4. Ashleigh Shim  
  5. Allyson Swaby   
  6. Deneisha Blackwood  
  7. Keona Simmonds   
  8. Dominique Bond-Flasza
  9. Lauren Silver   
  10. Yazmeen Jamieson   
  11. Konya Plummer   
  12. Oshay Nelson Lawes   
  13. Khadija Shaw    
  14. Jadyn Matthews    
  15. Trudi Carter      
  16. Kevena Reid    
  17. Latoya Duhaney   
  18. Shantell Thompson     
  19. Giselle Washington  
  20. Olufolasade Adamolekun
  21. Milan Dewkinandan

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