St.Kitts-Nevis Moves Up World FIFA Rankings Again !. #2 in the Caribbean and #77 in the World college essay examples silence click here lasix powered by phpbb top creative essay proofreading website 400 word essay lengtheners doxycycline 100 mg cost cheek puffing seroquel cialis viagra canada research paper examples for 4th grade acheter viagra en ligne suisse bank 5 page essay on behavior in class canada drugs for sale how to present your findings in a dissertation medical school essay writing service ap computer science online help go sample student evaluation essay go co curricular activities importance essay examples english 3 research paper go site viagra cold medication overnight azithromycin viagra eurovision aqa a level history coursework deadline how to write an application cover letter Posted on September 15, 2016 in Sports



Team St.Kitts-Nevis the Sugar Boyz has again made history with their latest move up the World FIFA Rankings. The Sugar Boyz were previously Ranked #80 in the World and with the latest Rankings releases just hours ago on Thursday September 15th St.Kitts-Nevis is now #77 in the world. The spot puts them ahead of China and Just below Libya and Bolivia. The Team has now also leap-frogged over Caribbean Powerhouse Jamaica and is now the 2nd Ranked Team in the Caribbean . This is the highest the Team has ever been ranked and may very well also be the smallest country in the world to be ranked this high in the history of the FIFA World Rankings.

In a recent statement SKNFA President Anthony Johnson said “…………….years of investment in the development of the team, its management and technical staff is now paying dividends.”

In June St. Kitts and Nevis topped the table in round two to advance to the third round of the CFU Caribbean Cup qualifiers scheduled for next month in October. The road to the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup will only get tougher for the Sugar Boyz, who will be facing French Guiana and Haiti in round three of the CFU tournament.

Johnson says this round is extremely critical for St. Kitts and Nevis. If the Sugar Boyz come out of that round as the leaders, they would qualify for the Gold Cup which would be another historic accomplishment. The team just recently returned from Nicaragua where they played to a goal-less finish against the South American Team.


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