Jamaican defender Dicoy Williams (right) in action against Ecuador in 2009.

Jamaican Defender In TFC Camp

Charleston, South Carolina - Toronto FC continued their training Tuesday with sunny skies and warmer temperatures ahead of their match Wednesday evening (v. Charleston Battery at 7:15 p.m. ET live on TorontoFC.ca).

The team opened with drills specific to ball work before an entertaining inter-squad half field match. Training concluded with a crossing and finishing clinic that even head coach and technical director Aron Winter took part in.

The coaches added a little competition to the end of the session. The first group that could successfully make a pass down the wing, followed by a good cross and finally a goal would end training. The group of Mikael Yourassowsky, Dan Gargan, and Jacob Peterson finished things off with a headed goal from Peterson.

Toronto also welcomed a new trialist to camp as Jamaican international defender Dicoy Williams joined the group. Williams, 24, most recently played for Harbour View FC of the Digicel Premier League in Jamaica.  Williams has earned six caps for the Jamaican national team. His most recent appearance was on October 10, 2010 against Trinidad & Tobago.