BARNSLEY manager Simon Davey will be hoping that Jamal Campbell-Ryce reports back fit and well – and in good time for tomorrow’s game at Preston – after playing for Jamaica in Wednesday’s World Cup qualifier against Canada in front of 38,000 fans in Kingston’s National Stadium.

Campbell-Ryce jetted out to the Caribbean earlier this week, and has a long flight back to England, after representing the Reggae Boyz in a vital qualifying game. Campbell-Ryce again played well as Jamaica cruised to a 3-0 success, but it was not enough to qualify for the next stage. They were pipped on goal difference by second-in-the-table Mexico, who lost 1-0 to group winners Honduras on the same night.

The Reds ace would have been on the opposite side to fellow Oakwell man Iain Hume in the international. Hume would have been included in the Canadian squad but is now facing a long road back from serious injury.
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