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Capitalize on your strengths
T&T will be without the talented Darren Cowie
and five other regulars for the FIH World Hockey
League Round Two qualifiers set for Chula Vista,
San Diego, California, USA, from February 28 to
Cowie out World League
...Browne, Quan Chan return
player during a
ahead of the
Ron Alexander, Kwandwane Browne, Cogie
Butler, Lyndell Byer, Shaquille Daniel, Solomon
Eccles, Kwasi Emmanuel, Kristen Emmanuel,
Dillet Gilkes, Nicholas Grant, Dominic
Jaikaransingh, Marcus James, Shane Legerton,
Terrence Baptiste, Justin Pascal, Tariq
Marcano, Che Modeste, Michael O'Connor,
Allan Henderson, Mickell Pierre, Dwain Quan
Chan, Jordan Reynos, Andrey Rocke, Karlos
Stephen, Akim Toussaint, Jordan Vieira, Danil
Trancoso, Dominic Young, Teague Marcano,
Kelon Skerritt, Joshua Olton.
MEN'S TRAINING SQUAD
This after Cowie, who led the team as captain to
the Round One win in Jamaica last September and
a silver medal at the Central American and Caribbean
(CAC) Games in November, was forced to withdraw
from the team due to work commitments.
In addition to Cowie, other members of the team
who participated in the first-round series and the
CAC Games in Mexico are also forced to pull out of
the event. They include Aidan De Gannes, Christopher
Scipio and Ishmael Campbell through work com-
mitments, while Kiel Murray and Stefan Mouttet are
However, making a return to the team are Eng-
land-based Kwandwane Browne, Dillet Gilkes and
Dwain Quan Chan, all of whom will be making their
first tour together in over a year, while youngsters
Joshua Olton, Kelon Skerritt and Teague Marcano
have all been drafted into the training squad.
Francis also welcomed the introduction of the new
faces in the training squad, saying, "The team is in
transition at the moment as over the next couple of
years, players like Browne and Gilkes and a few others
will not be around, and it is hoped that these young-
sters gain enough experience now to pick up where
"We have a lot of youth in the set-up now with
the Emmanuel brothers, Kristin and Kwasi, Marcano
boys, Tariq and Teague as well as Lyndell Byer, Joshua
Olton and Kelon Skerritt, and they are all the future
of T&T hockey.
In California, T&T will compete in one group with
USA, Russia and Canada while Austria, Chile, Ireland
and Italy are in the other round-robin group at the
end of which the team will meet in cross-over quar-
terfinal matches followed by semifinals, third placed
and final matches.
And looking ahead to the tournament, coach Glen
"Fido" Francis," who returns to lead the team after
interim coach Raphael Govia coached the team through
the round one series in Jamaica last year, said the
group draw for the local squad is a tough one, but
also presents a good chance to prove itself worthy of
"We will be the lowest-ranked team in the tour-
nament and based on the new format we are already
assured of a quarterfinal spot as only eight teams are
"However, we want to get past that hurdle and
reach the semifinals for the least.
"The current crop of players are a very good mix
of youth and experience, but we still have lots of
work to do as a team and for that we will need to
the support of the powers that be financially," he said.
A former national goalkeeper Francis also welcomed
the return of Browne, who he says will bring a lot
to the team.
Following the World League round-two series, the
national men s team is carded to head to the Pan
Am Games in Toronto, Canada, from July 10-26.
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