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Boyz tackle Bonaire in Concacaf Nations League game tomorrow

Saturday, October 13, 2018

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WILLEMSTAD, Curacao — Jamaica's Reggae Boyz are set to go up against Bonaire in a Concacaf Nations League qualifying game in Curacao tomorrow evening.

The Boyz are determined to exorcise the demon of their less than impressive 4-0 win over neighbours Cayman Islands in the opening Concacaf Nations League match in Kingston last month with the promise of a more "professional display" against their opponents today. Kick-off is at 6:00 pm (5:00 pm Jamaica time).

The Concacaf Nations League, a ground-breaking confederation-wide tournament, is a three-tier league system, which will determine team placement through the current qualifying phase.

Jamaica, Concacaf's highest ranking Caribbean team, is targeting League A, where the confederation's World Cup Hexagonal campaigners — USA, Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago and Honduras — have already been placed.

Boyz Squad — Andre Blake, Amal Knight, Jeadine White, Michael Hector, Darren Mattocks, Cory Burke, Je-Vaughn Watson, Peter-Lee Vassell, Owayne Gordon, Damion Lowe, Ricardo Thomas, Alex Marshall, Ricardo Morris, Javon East, Fabian Reid, Jamiel Hardware, Dane Kelly, Devon Williams, Fabion McCarthy, Shaun Francis.

Sean Williams

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