Junior Lady Jags to host Suriname for two friendlies from November 25-26

Technical Director Brian Joseph (far left) alongside President of the Guyana Football Federation, Wayne Forde, and their counterparts from the Suriname Football Association

The Junior Lady Jags will be fine-tuning training to deliver impressive performances and prevent Suriname from securing a victory on their home turf on Saturday and Sunday.

The series will wrap up in December, with Guyana competing in Suriname on December 16 and 17.

Suriname Football Association (SFA) Technical Director Biswajeet Kali said his team is ready to journey to Guyana this week and also confirmed that all arrangements are finalised for the matches on December 16 and 17 in Suriname.

Kali noted, “We are pleased with this agreement with Guyana to enable our young female players to gain international experiences and knowledge from an early age.

Our girls are a mix of our academy, so it is important to measure where we are and the areas for improvement. As technical directors of both countries, our respective presidents have instructed us to expand this into the different categories. But also, to include French Guiana in the process next year.”

These highly anticipated matches will also mark the conclusion of the 2023 competitive season for both teams.

GFF urges all fans to unite in support of the junior Lady Jags as they once again proudly represent Guyana. (GFF)