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CONCACAF U-17 Championship: Jamaica’s Young Reggae Boyz To Take On Guadeloupe

U-17 Reggae Boyz compete with compete with Cuban defenders in their CONCACAF U17opener

Jamaica’s national under-17 boys’ football team are the favourites to win as they face Guadeloupe in group “G” of the CONCACAF Under-17 Championship in Guatemala on Tuesday at 5 pm.

Jamaica is buoyed by their recent four-goal performance against Cuba and will aim to extend their winning streak to four matches against Les Gwada Boys.

On the other hand, Guadeloupe suffered a narrow 2-1 loss to Costa Rica in their first game.

Jamaica had a comfortable 4-0 lead against Cuba in the second half, with goals from Jahmani Bell, Orane Watson, and Ashton Gordon.


Merron Gordon, the national team’s head coach, is delighted that the team’s strikers have found their scoring form.

A victory for the young Reggae Boyz will secure them a spot in the round of 16, while Guadeloupe must win to keep their hopes of advancing alive.

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