Three new players including 18-year-old Harbour View midfielder Jahshaun Anglin have been included in an all-local 20-man Reggae Boyz squad assembled to play in an international friendly against Bermuda at the Montego Bay Sports Complex on Wednesday.

The squad also includes players who are being afforded another shot at making Jamaica’s provisional squad for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers that begin later this year.

Renaldo Wellington a defender of former Premier League club Montego Bay United has also been called to the squad. According to team manager Roy Simpson, “The coaches have seen something in him that they feel they can build on.”

Lamar Walker has been recalled after recovering from injury and Jamaica’s U23 player Andre Fletcher, is being given an opportunity at the senior level, Simpson said.

Also included in the squad is Peter Lee Vassell, who was recently released by Los Angeles FC in the MLS.

The squad will have a single training session at the UWI/JFF Captain Horace Burrell Centre of Excellence on Tuesday before departing for Montego Bay.

Jamaica has a record of three wins and three draws against the Bermudans. The last of those wins came in 1997 when the Reggae Boyz emerged 3-2 winners in the Caribbean Cup.

The full squad is listed below:

 Andre Fletcher (Waterhouse FC), Ricardo Thomas (Waterhouse FC), Shawn Lawes (Waterhouse FC),  Akeem Chambers (Waterhouse FC), Colorado Murray (Waterhouse FC), Dennis Taylor (Humble Lion FC), Andre Clennon (Humble Lion FC), Ladale Richie (Mt. Pleasant FC), Kevaughn Isaacs (Mt. Pleasant FC), Kemar Beckford (Mt. Pleasant FC), Jourdaine Fletcher (Mt. Pleasant FC),  Ajeanie Talbott (Harbour View FC), Jahshaun Anglin (Harbour View FC), Fabion McCarthy (UWI FC), Javoy Belnavis (UWI FC), Renaldo Wellington (Montego Bay United), Peter Vassel (Unattached), Chevone Marsh (Cavalier SC), Kemal Malcolm (Arnett Gardens) and Lamar Walker (Portmore United FC).

Jamaica are sweating on the health of their key player Khadija ‘Bunny’ Shaw, who suffered a leg injury during their 3-2 loss to Scotland at Hampden Park on Tuesday.

Reggae Girlz head coach Hue Menzies has said that Sunday’s match against South Africa is the last chance for some of his players to secure a spot on the squad that will compete at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup this summer.

Reggae Girlz Head Coach Hue Menzies believes the new players recruited for the squad preparing for this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup bring both depth and quality.

Reggae Boyz head coach Theodore Whitmore believes complacency may have been the cause of Jamaica’s lacklustre first half during their 2-2 draw with Barbados on Monday night.

Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz are set to play a friendly international against Ecuador just two days before the start of the Nations League next month and the 2019 Gold Cup.

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