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Nesbeth named among starters for World Cup qualifier against Jamaica

Coach Naquita Robinson issues last minute instructions to members of the Bermuda women's team ahead of their Fifa World Cup qualifier against Jamaica in Kingston on Thursday, February 17, 2022. (Photograph by Gladstone Taylor/Jamaica Gleaner)

Head coach Naquita Robinson has opted for a four-four-two formation as Bermuda get their Fifa Women’s World Cup qualification campaign started against Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz tonight.

Micah Pond starts in goal while Koa Goodchild, Victoria Davis, Jenna Rempel, and Danni Watson assume defensive duties.

K’shaela Burch Waldron is joined in midfield by Leilanni Nesbeth, captain Eva Frazzoni, and Jaden Masters.

Nia Christopher and Aaliyah Nolan are Bermuda’s forwards.

The game, which starts at 8pm (Bermuda time), is being played at Independence Park in Kingston, Jamaica.

The last time the teams met here was in the previous qualifying campaign in August 2018, where the Reggae Girlz won 4-0 en route to advancing to the 2019 World Cup Finals in France.

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Published February 17, 2022 at 7:53 pm (Updated February 17, 2022 at 7:53 pm)

Nesbeth named among starters for World Cup qualifier against Jamaica

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