Date: 17th March 2015 at 1:50pm
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Walsall playmaker Romaine Sawyers will have shorter celebrations that his fellow team mates – should Walsall win the JPT Final on Sunday.

Sawyers will be jetting off on Monday morning to meet up with St Kitts and Nevis has they prepare for a World Cup Qualifier against Turks and Caicos Islands.

Sawyers will miss the first leg to play in the final but will be available for the second leg on Saturday 28th – missing Chesterfield v Walsall.

If St Kitts beat Turks and Caicos they will play El Salvador for the right to enter the CONCACAF Group Stage where he will face Mexico, USA and Honduras.

Already at the age of 23, Sawyers has played over sixty games for Walsall scoring ten goals and has also played six times for his country scoring twice.

Some wont agree with me but Romaine is the most talented individual we at Walsall and will no doubt play at the higher stage, lets just hope his first trophy win comes on Sunday with the Saddlers!