Date:Monday September 25 2006
Doncaster Rovers international, Mark McCammon has spoken about his intenational appearance and his goal against Antigua.
'It is a honour to score for your country. I owe them that. They made me feel so welcome after myself and Paul Ifill arrived from England. Paul obviously played before, but I didn't know what to expect, but I settled in quite quickly, so to get my first goal is an honour and, hopefully, more will come.'
Talking about the heat, the striker said:
We have to cope with it. In the previous game, we had a long flight as well and it took a lot out of us.The preparation was good, and I am playing with a good bunch of players that can cope with the heat well and they help us through it.'
*Barbados comfortably advanced to the next round of the Digicel Caribbean Cup as they trashed Anguilla 7-1. McCammon hit a hat-trick for his country.
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