TournamentsJRFU Full Squad for AF International Seven’s Tournaments

October 22, 20192

Jamaica Crocs 7s bring 18 players to AF7S tournaments in England 

ENGLAND, U.K. – Jamaica Men’s Seven’s Head Coach, Stephen Lewis has named a 18-player extended squad for the AF International Sevens (Oct 25-26) taking place in England.

The squad features a mix of experienced Crocs Players from the likes of Conan Osborne, the Captain, to Dyneal  Fassel, Omari Caro and Anthony Bingham.  Back in the line up, Omar Dixon, Tyler  Bush, Mason  Caton-Brown have been named alongside teenager, moving up the ranks, Aaron Hamilton and Joe Parkes. Michael St.Clair, US7s National Bronze medalist for Old Blue Rugby & MLR winger for RUNY was also named in this Crocs Sevens Squad.

All 18 players could see playing time at AF International Sevens (AFI 7s) with each team permitted to use rolling subs throughout the competition.

Coach Lewis, shared some thoughts ahead of  Thursday: 

The program has made some strides this last year, getting the scalp of a higher-ranked team finally, (Uruguay), and staying alive in the Olympic qualification process. There have also been some ordinary performances, which more accurately reflect our true position, (Guyana, Chile etc). This weekend’s tournament against top sides is vital to our programme in what will be a busy season, leading  up to the Olympic qualifier at the repecharge.

It is critical that we maintain momentum and come together to claim another scalp or two, which in turn, will allow us to generate headlines, and consequently, the funding to allow us to prepare properly. It is a unique opportunity we have been given, and we must embrace it, seize it, and represent Jamaica to the best of our collective abilities.

In January, I will be attending 2 tournaments in Jamaica as well as holding a weekend camp there. That will be the selection vehicle for domestic-based players.

Our current squad is not deep enough or large enough to compete at the level we want to, and so we must find new players wherever they are, Jamaica, the UK, the US, Canada, rugby league, or other sports, in order to supplement what we have. Simultaneously, we must also re-energize current and former players to perform at higher levels.

There is only one better feeling in sport than representing your country against the best in the world, and that is playing to your full potential and beating them.

It starts on Friday.


1. Dyneal Fassel
2. Anthony Bingham
3. Tyler Bush
4. Lucas Roy-Smith
5. Aaron Hamilton
6. Conan Osborne (C)
7. Omari Caro
8. Mason Caton-Brown
9. Michael St. Clair
10. Haydn Annakie
11. Jordan Sullivan-Warner
12. Samuel Rees
13. Mathew Wilson
14. Omar Dixon
15. Joe Parkes
16. Greg Johnson
17. Loyd Anderson
18. Joseph Hylton

Head Coach: Stephen Lewis
Assistant Coach: Ricky  Khan
S&C Coach: Stuart Aimer
Physio: Zach Baggott
Team Manager: Hughton Campbell


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  • John Mc Manus

    October 23, 2019 at 7:55 AM

    Best of luck young Stephen.we
    we have been trying to arrange things
    to meet but looks like your are really
    busy SAS in and out so we have to wait
    for another time we wish you all the
    Luck in the tournament God Bless.
    Uncle John and Auntie Cara xx


  • Timothy

    November 19, 2019 at 10:07 AM

    After Hagimoto left his post at the end of June 2005, Jean-Pierre Elissalde who had been appointed backs coach three months earlier took full charge and became the first foreigner to be the head coach for Japan. His first match in charge was a 44–29 win over Spain in November 2005. In 2006, despite a disappointing campaign in the inaugural Pacific Nations Cup in June where Japan lost all their matches, and also lost to heavily to Italy 52–6, Elissalde was backed to lead the side to the 2007 Rugby World Cup. But Elissalde was later sacked in September after he took on a job with Bayonne without consulting the JRFU and then refused to give up his job with them.


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