Date: 16th October 2013 at 11:12am
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Lloyd Doyley earned his fifth Jamaica cap this morning in a 2-2 draw with the Honduras, meaning the Reggae Boyz finish bottom of the final CONCACAF group

Lloyd Doyley earned his fifth Jamaica cap this morning in a 2-2 draw with the Honduras, meaning the Reggae Boyz finish bottom of the final CONCACAF group.

The 30 year-old centre-half started the match for Winfried Schafer’s men, playing 62 minutes before being replaced by Alvas Powell.

Jamaica fell behind in the second minute to a goal from Carlos Costly, but were on terms 60 seconds later thanks to an own-goal from the Hondurans.

Hull City’s Maynor Figueroa re-established the visitor’s lead before the break, but Leeds United captain Rudolph Austin scored a second half-penalty to earn a point.

The draw means Jamaica finish bottom of the final CONCACAF standings, having drawn five and lost five of their qualifying matches.