Girls under-14 squad named for Jamaica
The Bermuda Under-14 girls squad has been announced for the Caribbean Football Union Under-14 Challenge Series in Jamaica.
The team travel to Jamaica on Saturday and will compete in group one with Cuba, Martinique and host nation.
Bermuda face Cuba on Monday, Jamaica on Wednesday and Martinique next Friday.
All matches will be played at the UWI-JFF Captain Horace Burrell Center of Excellence.
Samantha Davies, Kenshae Richardson, Danielle Smith, Camryn Lines, Katherine Bean-Rosario, Christia Lugo, Katelyn Medeiros, Alae Smith, K’Xiyae Gibbons, Samara Darrell
Keara Dill, Shye Blair-Paynter, Jahni Simmons, Samiyah Burgess, Jahde Simmons, Azra Shakir, Zorena Anderson, Sarai Richardson. Head coach: Naquita Robinson. Assistant coach: Zayna Foggo. Goalkeeping coach: Micah Pond. Physio: Craig Brown. Team Manager: Kimberley Bean.
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