Four newcomers invited to the Reggae Boyz squad for Trinidad and Tobago friendly

Chelsea midfielder Omari Hutchinson is among a group of four newcomers invited to the Reggae Boyz squad for the upcoming two-match international friendly series against Trinidad and Tobago.

The first game which takes place on Saturday will be played on Saturday at the Montego Bay sports Complex in Catherine Hall with game number 2 set for the National Stadium on Tuesday. 

As well as Hutchinson coach Heimir Hallgrimson has also called up England-based Dante Casanova of Tottenham, Fulham midfielder Delano Mccoy-Splatt along with Tyler Roberts and Dexter Lambikisa both of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The 25-man squad which consists of mainly local based players also features Kingston college and Phoenix Academy standout Dujon ‘whisper’ Richards who is likely to make his national senior team debut.

The joint-leading scorers in the Jamaica Premier League in Trivante Stewart of Mount Pleasant and Colin Anderson of Cavalier have both been included along Anderson’s teammates Dwayne Atkinson and Richard King . 

Jahsuan angling and Oshane Staple of defending champions Harbour view are listed in the line up, which also includes Demario Phillips, Alwayne Harvey, Sue-Lae Mccalla and Jamoi Topey of Mount Pleasant. 

Asher Hutchinson of Arnnet Gardens also features in the squad, along with  Waterhouse’s Kemar Foster , while Ricardo Thomas of last season’s beaten finalist Dunbeholen and Fitzroy Cunningham of Vere United have all earned call-ups.

Meanwhile, back in the line up are seasoned campaigners Ravel Morrison and Adrian Mariappa, along with Jahmali Waite of Pittsburg River Hounds and former Cornwall College striker Jordaine Fletcher who plays for Neroca in the second division in India. 

The squad will assemble and travel to Montego Bay on Wednesday.



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