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Shaun's international debut

7 September 2013

Cummings plays for Jamaica

Shaun Cummings is now a full international after making his debut for Jamaica in a World Cup qualifier away to Panama.

Shaun played the full 90 minutes in a 0-0 draw, and the club would like to congratulate Shaun on his achievement.

The 24-year-old was joined in the starting XI by Royal teammates Garath McCleary and Jobi McAnuff, who both played the full 90 minutes. Ex-Reading man Adrian Mariappa is also in the squad but was suspended for this game.

Our winger Hal Robson-Kanu had a one-match ban of his own so missed Wales' 2-1 defeat in Macedonia, in which Chris Gunter played the full 90.

Elsewhere on the continent, Kaspars Gorkss skippered Latvia to a 2-1 win over Lithuania in their World Cup qualifying match.

On Thursday night Jake Cooper played 40 minutes for England u19s in a 6-1 win in Estonia. Fellow Royal Academy player Tariqe Fosu-Henry was on standby and Niall Keown missed out through injury.

Sean Long and Liam Kelly both came on in Ireland u19s' win over Slovenia on Thursday, having also played for their country on Tuesday as well.

Last but by no means least, our Icelander Samuel Fridjonsson was in their u19 squad as they beat Scotland 3-0 to round off a good international week for our youngsters.



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