ROSEAU, DOMINICA – Dominica’s national football team left the island on Wednesday 23rd March for the British Virgin Islands where they will take on the BVI on Saturday 26th March, in a 2016 Caribbean Football Union Cup clash.

They will return on island on Sunday 27th March, and two days later will come up against Martinique on Tuesday 29th March at the Windsor park stadium from 7:00 p.m.

Dominica is participating in Group Seven of the competition, along with Martinique and the British Virgin Islands. Two teams from each group will advance to the next round.

Three overseas-based players, three newcomers, and three experienced players, are making a return to national duties as part of the twenty-member squad selected by the technical staff to represent Dominica in the Caribbean Football Union Men’s Caribbean Cup.

The newcomers are, Andrez Joseph, Gylles Mitchel and Eustace Marshall.

The overseas-based players are Julian Wade, Anfernee Frederick and Briel Thomas, while making a return to national colours are Euclid Bertrand, Kelrick Walter, and Errol Blaize.

The rest of the squad reads, Glenson Prince, Raleighson Pascal. Malcolm Joseph, Hubert Prince, Egbert Walsh, Dalton Bannis, Chad Bertrand, Travis Joseph, Sidney Lockhart, Randoulph Peltier, and Delroy Parker.

The technical staff is Shane Marshall – head coach, Ellington Sabin – assistant coach, Keith Prosper – fitness trainer, Courtney Challenger – goalkeeper coach, Michael Joseph – manager, and Albert Noel -medical.

PHOTO -: (left to right) Shane Marshall- head coach, Ellington Sabin- assistant coach