Hurricane Matthew makes CFU qualifier game in Jamaica impossible

first_imgTHE Caribbean Cup-qualifying match between Jamaica and Suriname, set for tomorrow at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in St Andrew, has been postponed, the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) announced yesterday.It is believed that the expected heavy rain and wind and possible damage to infrastructure set to accompany the passing of Hurricane Matthew is the reason for the postponement.“The Jamaica Football Federation wishes to inform that based on advice from the CFU (Caribbean Football Union), the Caribbean Cup Qualifier – Jamaica versus Suriname – has been postponed,” said the JFF in a release.The release did not state a rescheduled date for the fixture, but said additional information will be provided in `short order.’It added that the October 11 fixture between hosts Guyana and Jamaica has so far not been affected. Jamaica are defending CFU champions. (Jamaica Observer)last_img