Young Boyz continue preparations
The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) called up 28 players in preparation for the upcoming Caribbean Football Union Championship which serves as a qualification for the CONCACAF tournament.
First time national coach, Ricardo 'Bibi' Gardener and Altimont 'Freddy' Butler were appointed last month to be in charge of the team.
Hence, a training camp started yesterday and will break tomorrow. The squad is made up of schoolboy players with some from the Under-17 ranks stepping up.
The CFU Under-20 tournament is the Caribbean Championship of football for male players under the age of 20.
The full squad is: Jahmali Waite (Jamaica College), Donovan Dawkins (JC), Ajeanie Talbott (JC), Hakim Williams (St George's College), Alex Marshall (St George's), Akeem Prawl (St George's), Dominic James (St George's), Jahwahni Hinds (Wolmer's Boys), Shamar Jemison (Wolmer's), Fabian Grant (Camperdown High), Alphanso Gooden (Wolmer's), Tajea Brown (Camperdown), Javian Brown (Kingston College), Akeem Chambers (St Jago High), Jamie Smith (Santos FC), Antoniel Mullings (KC), Nicholas Nelson (Hydel High), Shamar Nicholson (Boys' Town), Thorne Buchanan (Excelsior High), Rodave Murray (Dinthill Technical), George Brown (Dinthill), Shandel Senior (Vere Technical), Peter Lee Vassell (Cornwall College, Deshane Beckford (Ruseas High), Demar James (STETHS), Chris-Andrew Dixon (STETHS), Delverone Simpson (Manchester High) and Rhyan Knight (Clarendon College).