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Jamaica To Be Represented By 24 Players In The Concacaf Women’s U20 Qualifiers

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Each group will produce a winner who will proceed into the 2023 Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship

Jamaica is preparing for the Concacaf Women’s U20 Qualifiers. The Jamaica Football Federation has announced a list of 24 players who will be representing Jamaica in this competition.
The players recently arrived for camp and they’ve been working with their coaches. The competition will come with a new format that will feature a total of 32 teams. There will be six groups, with four groups consisting of five teams and two groups made of of six teams.
The competition is scheduled to take place on April 14-23. It will happen in four regions in Central America an the Caribbean.
The new Confederation’s format demands that every team should play one game against all group opponents in round-robin play. The Jamaicans will be competing in Group E alongside French Guiana, Anguilla, Bermuda and Honduras.
Each group will produce a winner who will proceed into the 2023 Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship. This tournament will happen in the Dominican Republic, from May 24-June 3.
Players called to camp: Shaneil Buckley (Excelsior High), Dreanna Thaw (Meadowbrook High), Brittaney Gregory (Mount Alvernia High), Deshana Darian Cole (Denham Town High), Tyesha Nelson ( Meadowbrook High), Nicole Navers (Holmwood High), Kayesha Sibbles (Denham Town High), Kieba Cowan (Garvey Maceo High), Gabriel Bryan (Unattached), Kiona Tulloach (Excelsior High), Dajonae Pinto (St Andrew High School For Girls), Ashley Tomlinson (St Elizabeth Technical), Natoya Atkinson (Denham Town High), Nickela Thomas (Mile Gully High), Shakira Richards (Excelsior High), Akeila Johnson (Excelsior High), Celine Wilson (St Elizabeth Technical), Sajane Anderson (Garvey Maceo High), Lillian Clarke (Meadowbrook High), Destiny Powell (Excelsior High), Dannique Wilson (Mount Alvernia High), Tiny Seaton ( Excelsior High), Dannique Wright (St Elizabeth Technical) and Liha Williams (Garvey Maceo High).

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