Jamaica’s senior national women’s football team broke camp this morning and are headed to Monterrey, Mexico, today.
They spent two weeks at altitude in Denver, Colarado, undergoing intense preparation and will now go into another four-day camp in Monterrey as they fine tune for the Concacaf W Championship opener against Mexico next Monday.
The delegation will enter the Concacaf host hotel on Saturday.
Head coach Lorne Donaldson has selected a 24 member squad to take part in the championship.
The team will be led by leading striker Khadijah “Bunny” Shaw, and includes; Sydney Schneider, Chantelle Swaby, Jade Bailey, Vyan Sampson, Havana Solaun, Chinyelu Asher, Kayla McCoy, Atlanta Primus, Sashana Campbell, Rebecca Spencer, Denesha Blackwood, Allyson Swaby, Tierney Wiltshire, Drew Spence, Satara Murray, Yazmeen Jamieson, Trudi Carter, Jayda Hylton-Pelaia, Kalyssa VanZanten, Jody Brown, Mireya Grey, Paige Bailey-Gayle and Olufolasade Adamolekun.
After playing Mexico on July 4, the Reggae Girls will then tackle World Champions the USA on July 7 and then go up against Haiti on July 11.