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Squad named for series

Barbados’ female footballers will get the opportunity to show off their skills when a combined clubs squad play a three-match series against the visiting St Catherine University from the United States next week.

The first match comes of on Monday at 7 p.m. at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex and will be followed by the second encounter at the same location on Wednesday, also at 7 p.m. The final match will be staged on April 3 at the Barbados Football Association’s Wildey, St Michael complex at 4 p.m.

Much will be expected of the talented Kimberley Ellis (left).

Much will be expected of the talented Kimberley Ellis (left).

A strong team has been selected with the likes of Kamillah Burke, Kimberley Ellis, Joelle Gibson and Giselle Fields expected to put up a good showing for the national team.

Squad: Cadijah Mars (UWI Blackbirds), Kamillah Burke (National Sports Council), Anna-Lee McLean (Mavericks), Cosette Brathwaite (UWI Blackbirds), Kimberley Ellis (Sports Council), Rihanna Cyrus (Unity-Eden Stars), Shanelle Als (UWI Blackbirds), Sharifa Corbin (Unity-Eden Stars), Shonelle Small (Sports Council ), Tianna Hackett (Sports Council), Felicia Jarvis (Mavericks), Aaliyah Boyce (Mavericks), Shai Carrington (Mavericks), Shaunte Carrington (Mavericks), Nashandi Clarke (Unity-Eden Stars), Soraya Toppin-Herbert (UWI Blackbirds), Joelle Gibson (Genesis ), Deanna Grant (UWI Blackbirds), Giselle Fields (Sports Council), Jeneva Millar (Mavericks), Kerry Bascombe (Sports Council).

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