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FOOTBALL: Jamaica's U-15 Girls starting 11 against Anguilla

Published:Saturday | August 9, 2014 | 8:05 PM
1/Oneilia Yearde (GK); 2/Lyana Steele (D); 3/Rachel Walters (D) (Capt.); 4/Emily Caza(D); 5/Gabrielle Gayle (D); 6/Shanhaine Nelson (M); 7/Tarania Clarke (M); 8/Sherice Clarke (M); 9/Tateyana Pitter (F); 10/Chavel Henry (F); 11/Jody Brown (F).

Jamaica’s young Reggae Girls will take on Anguilla at the TE McField Sports Centre at 7:30 p.m. today as they compete in the inaugural CONCACAF Under-15 Girls tournament in the Cayman Islands.



The competition started August 6 and will run until August 17.



Jamaica’s 18-member squad includes two overseas-based players Emily Caza from Canada and Lyana Steele from the USA.



Sixteen teams divided into four groups of four will participate in round-robin play over the competition’s first six match days.



The top two teams from each group advance to the quarterfinals, which will take place on Wednesday, August 13.



See Jamaica’s starting 11 against Anguilla below:



Oneilia Yearde (GK) - Wolmers Girls;



Lyana Steele - Miami Palmetto (USA) (D);



Rachel Walters (D) (Capt.) - St Jago



Emily Caza - St Elizabeth Catholic (Canada) (D);



Gabrielle Gayle (D)- Spanish Town High;



Shanhaine Nelson (M) - St Jago;



Tarania Clarke (M) – Excelsior;



Sherice Clarke (M) - Wolmers Girls;



Tateyana Pitter (F)- Excelsior;



Chavel Henry (F) - Cocbourn Garden;



Jody Brown (F)- Ocho Rios High.



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