Reggae Girlz head coach Lorne Donaldson has chosen 22 gamers to symbolize Jamaica of their residence and away play-off collection for the 2024 Olympic Video games Qualifying.
The primary sport is slated for Kingston’s Nationwide Stadium on September 22, with the return leg scheduled for 4 days later at BMO Area in Toronto, Canada.
The gamers will assemble in Jamaica on September 19 and the winner of the two-game tie will advance to the 2024 Olympic Video games in Paris, France, alongside fellow CONCACAF consultant, the US of America.
The winner will even punch a direct ticket to the inaugural CONCACAf Ladies’s Gold Cup, which takes place within the US from February 17 by March 10, subsequent yr, whereas the loser will drop right into a Ladies’s Gold Cup Qualifying Group A which incorporates Panama and Guatemala.
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The three groups will play residence and away beginning October 25 with the loser dealing with Panama away.
The schedule is as follows:
2024 Concacaf Ladies’s Gold Cup qualifying schedule:
Panama vs Jamaica or Canada on October 25
Canada or Jamaica vs Guatemala on October 29.
Canada or Jamaica vs Panama on November 29.
Guatemala vs Canada or Jamaica on December 3.
The winner of this three-team group would advance to the Ladies’s Gold Cup Group stage, alongside two different Group A winners. The second-place finishers in these three Group A will be part of three Group B winners within the Ladies’s Gold Cup preliminaries to kick off the competitors.
The 22-member squad is as follows: Sydney Schneider, Rebecca Spencer, Liya Brooks, Allyson Swaby, Chantelle Swaby, Konya Plummer, Deneisha Blackwood, Tiernny Wiltshire, Tiffany Cameron, Vyan Sampson, Drew Spence, Atlanta Primus, Khadija Shaw, Jody Brown, Solai Washington, Kameron Simmonds, Trudi Carter, Paige Bailey-Gayle, Cheyna Matthews, Olufolasade Adamolekun, Kayla McKenna, Sashana Campbell.
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