Jamaica’s under 20 Reggae Boys faced with change of venue for warm up matches…again!
Jamaica’s under 20 Reggae Boys are again faced with a change of venue for their warm up matches in Trinidad, as they kick start preparations for next months Concacaf Under 20 championship qualifiers.
the john Waul coached Jamaican outfit was due to play their opening warm up game tomorrow against the Trinidad national under 20 team at the St James police barracks, but the TT FA has shifted the match to the university of Trinidad and Tobago’s O’meara campus.
the second game of the warm up tour between both Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago’s under 20 teams will be played at the Larry Gomes stadium, in Malabar on February 1.
TT Fa Technical Director Anton corneal confirmed the change, suggesting that their Caribbean rivals Jamaica wanted to Utilise “a better playing surface” for their friendly duel.
Corneal also confirmed that the friendly encounter between Jamaica and the Trinidad and Tobago premier football league side police fc will also be contested in Malabar on Sunday starting at 4 pm.
the junior reggae boys will feature in group f’ of the qualifiers against : Bermuda, Grenada and Martinique from February 23 to march 2 in St Kitts…while the twin island republic outfit coached by Brian Haynes, are drawn in group d’ alongside Canada, Dominica and St Vincent and the Grenadines.