Jamaica Senior Nationwide Ladies’s Group, the Reggae Girlz, are anticipated to start a two-week coaching camp in Denver, Colorado on Thursday, forward of the CONCACAF Ladies’s Championship in Mexico subsequent month.
Gamers and technical employees have been anticipated to journey to the USA on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Twenty-six gamers have been anticipated to be taken by means of intensive technical, bodily, and psychological conditioning at high-altitude Denver, by head coach Lorne Donaldson and his newly introduced technical employees.
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The Colorado camp is primarily sponsored by the Bob and Rita Marley Basis below the Cedella Marley Soccer is Freedom initiative. The worldwide ambassador for Jamaica ladies’s soccer program established the initiative final 12 months to additional assist the event of feminine soccer within the area.
Soccer is Freedom can also be offering logistical assist, whereas the Jamaica Soccer Federation (JFF) is offering funding and is guaranteeing that each one obligatory assist is being supplied to the gamers and employees. Actual Colorado SC is aiding with fields and services.
On the finish of the Colorado camp, the delegation then decamps to Mexico on June 28 for a three-day mini-camp the place they are going to conclude their acclimatization and preparation for the high-stakes match.
They’ll then enter the CONCACAF host facility on July 2, with the match beginning two days later when Jamaica takes on the host Mexico.
The Jamaicans are drawn in a tricky group which additionally contains World Champions USA and Haiti.
The highest two groups advance to the 2023 FIFA World Cup Finals, whereas the third-placed workforce enters right into a play-off for one more shot at qualification.
In the meantime, Donaldson has chosen his backroom employees for the championship which takes place in Mexico between July 4 and 18.
Sanford Carabin will double as assistant coach and analyst; Ak Lahkani is assistant coach together with Xavier Gilbert.
Alyssa Whitehead is goalkeeper coach; William Hitzelberger returns as high-performance director; Jason Henry, bodily coach; Saundra Coding, physiotherapist; Gillian Lawrence, workforce physician; Devin Lawson, masseuse; Omar Folkes, tools supervisor; Crystal Walters, supervisor; Laura Thomas, coach, scout, admin.
Coaching squad: Sydney Schneider, Chantelle Swaby, Jade Bailey, Vyan Sampson, Havan Solaun, Chinyelu Asher, Kayla McCoy, Atlanta Primus, Khadija Shaw, Sashana Campbell, Rebecca Spencer, Deneisha Blackwood, Tiffany Cameron, Allyson Swaby, Tierney Wiltshire, Drew Spence, Satara Murray, Yazmeen Jamieson, Trudi Carter, Jayda Hylton- Pelaia, Kalyssa VanZanten, Jody Brown, Mireya Gray, Paige Bailey-Gayle, Olufolasade Adamolukon, Maliah Atkins.