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JFF names 20-man squad for CONCACAF U-20 qualifiers

The Jamaica Football Federation has named a squad of 20 players to compete in the CFU/CONCACAF Under-20 qualifiers set for the Cayman Islands from July 21-27.

Heading the list of players are recent senior national team invitees André Darby of Naggo Head, who will captain the team, and midfielder Davion Thorpe of Reno Football Club in Westmoreland.

Team members

Also included are Romario Campbell, André Blake and Andre Steele of Harbour View, the Waterhouse trio of André Clennon, Theo Brown and Ramone Palmer, Christopher Bonner, Kadian Wynter and Levaughn Williams of Sporting Central in Clarendon and the Portmore duo of Sean Fogah and André Campbell.

Completing the squad are Alanzo Adlam and Keithy Simpson of Cavaliers, Romeo Parkes of St Mary's Albion Mountain FC, Damaine Thompson of Bamboo, Hanover, Reno's Dennis Taylor and the overseas-based duo of Dever Orgill of the Vancouver Whitecaps in Canada and Yannick Salmon of Rutgers University.

The players depart for The Cayman Islands next Monday at 6 p.m. and will play their first game on Wednesday against Puerto Rico followed by Bermuda on July 25 before completing their fixture against the Cayman Islands on Sunday, July 27.

 
July 17, 2008
 

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