Jamaica to honor for reggae international day

July 1st is the “International Reggae Day" as it marks the anniversary of the creation of this form of musical expression born in Jamaica. On this occasion we’re presenting the team of Jamaica which will participate in its first Men World Team Squash Championship, scheduled for November 27 to December 3 in Marseille, France.

Over the years, there has been a lot sporting talent coming out of Jamaica. Michael Holding, Chris Gayle, Courtney Walsh in cricket, and also Olympic athletes – notably Merlene Otty, Yohan Blake and fastest man on the planet Usain Bolt.

Now there are new Jamaicain sporting talents on the rise in Squash !

Photo credits : Caribbean National Weekly

The Jamaica Squash Association (JSA) is sending a team that will probably be composed of the current male no.1 player Chris Binnie, whose PSA ranking is 79nd position and of Jamaica and Caribbean number two, the 28 years old Lewis Walters, an experienced professional being on the PSA Tour since 2007 and currently at position 189th.

Other likely candidates are former Jamaican junior champion, Julian Morrison, who recently joined both Binnie and Walters on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) circuit and local number three, Bruce Burrowes.

Squash is becoming more and more visible in the Jamaican medias and it is a great news for the universality of this magnificent sport.

Let’s wish this team a big welcome for their first WSF World Team Championships! 

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