• Monday May 22, 2017

    Jamaica camp roster features Portmore United stars

    Portmore United's Michael Binns (pictured) will participate in a Jamaica training camp that runs through May 25, 2017. (Photo: CA-Images)

    KINGSTON, Jamaica – Three players who performed key roles in Portmore United’s campaign to qualify for the 2017 Scotiabank CONCACAF League have been included in a Jamaica national team training camp that opens Monday.

    Midfielders Michael Binns, Ewan Grandison and Ricardo Morris helped Portmore prevail over Central FC on penalty kicks, 5-3, following a 2-2 draw after extra time in the 2017 Caribbean Club Championship third-place match on Sunday in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago.

    Each of the trio, who will begin training on Tuesday, played the entire 120 minutes, while Binns and Grandison successfully converted from the spot.

    The 26-player camp will run through Thursday and serve as part of the squad’s preparations for a June 13 international friendly at Peru.

    The Reggae Boyz will compete in the 2016/17 Scotiabank CFU Men’s Caribbean Cup finals in June and the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup in July.

    ROSTER (by club)

    ARNETT GARDENS FC: Omarley Francis, Damion Hyatt, Fabian Reid

    BOYS’ TOWN FC: Jamiel Hardware, Shamar Nicholson

    CAVALIER SC: Alex Marshall

    HARBOUR VIEW FC: Javain Brown, Fabian Grant, Rosario Harriott

    MANCHIONEAL FC: Rondee Smith

    MONTEGO BAY UNITED: Owayne Gordon, Ladale Ritchie

    PORTMORE UNITED: Michael Binns, Ewan Grandison, Ricardo Morris

    RENO FC: Craig Foster, Shawn Genius

    SANDALS: Leonard Rankine

    SPORTING CENTRAL: Fitzroy Cummings

    TIVOLI GARDENS: Jermaine Johnson, Tevin Shaw

    UWI FC: Amahl Knight, Jamie Robinson

    WATERHOUSE FC: Rodave Murray

    OTHER (Overseas): Casey Reid, Zachary Wallace

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