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Jamaica U17 3 – 0 Cuba

Jamaica U17 3 – 0 Cuba

The U17 Reggae Boyz won their final group game of the 2014 CFU Men’s U17 Championship: Final Round beating, defending champions, Cuba 3 – 0 today at the Stade Sylvio Cator, Port-au-Prince. The win sees Jamaica top the group and progress to the finals of the tournament. Jamaica will meet Haiti on Sunday, October 26th […]

Jamaica U17 3 – 2 Guadeloupe

Jamaica U17 3 – 2 Guadeloupe

The U17 Reggae Boyz won their second match of the 2014 CFU Men’s U17 Championship: Final Round against Guadeloupe by a 3-2 scoreline today Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at the Stade Sylvio Cator, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Striker Nicholas Nelson scored all 3 goals for the U17 Boyz. Jamaica’s U17s are in action again on Friday, October […]

Reggae Girlz 1 – 3 Mexico

Reggae Girlz 1 – 3 Mexico

The Jamaica Reggae Girlz lost their final group game of the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship agasint Mexico by a 3-1 scoreline. The loss sees Jamaica out of the tournament. The starting eleven is as follows:   Nichole McClure Goalkeeper Sashana Campbell Defender Sherona Forrester Defender Monique Pryce Defender Alicia Wilson Defender Jodi-Ann McGregor Forward/Midfielder Donna-Kay […]

Jamaica U17 4 – 0 Martinique

Jamaica U17 4 – 0 Martinique

The U17 Reggae Boyz won their first match of the 2014 CFU Men’s U17 Championship: Final Round when they beat Martinique 4-0 today Monday, October 20, 2014 at the Stade Sylvio Cator, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Kickoff was at 6:30pm (Jamaica time). The scorers were Alex Marshall, Fabian Grant, Nicholas Nelson and Deshane Beckford. The U17’s are […]

Reggae Girlz 1 – 2 Costa Rica

Reggae Girlz 1 – 2 Costa Rica

The Senior Reggae Girlz suffered a narrow 2-1 defeat at the hands of Costa rica in their second match of the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship today at Toyota Park, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Play was deadlocked between Jamaica and Costa Rica until Shirley Cruz got the breakthrough for Costa Rica from the penalty spot in the […]

Girlz kick off CONCACAF campaign today

Girlz kick off CONCACAF campaign today

JAMAICA’S senior Reggae Girlz enter today’s CONCACAF Women’s Championship opening Group B encounter against fellow Caribbean opponents Martinique at the Sporting Park in Kansas with plenty of confidence. Kick-off is slated for 5:00 pm Jamaica time. The other teams in the group — Mexico and Costa Rica — will square off in the feature football […]

Reggae Girlz 6 – 0 Martinique

Reggae Girlz 6 – 0 Martinique

The Senior Reggae Girlz started their 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship campaign off in fine style with a 6-0 win over Martinique today Thursday, October 16 at the Sporting Park, Kansas, USA. Christina Murray got the Girlz off to a flying start with a goal in the second minute. Reggae Girlz number 9, Shakira Duncan, then […]

National Youth Teams Continue Preparations

National Youth Teams Continue Preparations

National Under 20/CAC Squad This squad is presently in camp at Jakes Hotel, St. Elizabeth. They train each day at 7:00am and 4:00pm. Coach: Theodore Whitmore National Under 17 Team This squad is in the final stages of preparation for the Caribbean Football Union Final Round Qualifiers to be held in Haiti, October 18-26. Jamaica’s […]

Reggae Girlz move closer to Goal

Reggae Girlz move closer to Goal

Jamaica’s senior Reggae Girlz are ready to strike hard in the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship which is set to get underway between October 15th and 26th across four states in the United States. This is the 9th CONCACAF Women’s Championship since its inception in 1991 in Haiti and this is the Reggae Girlz 5th appearance […]

Taylor calls for stability

Taylor calls for stability

NIIGATA, Japan — Senior Reggae Boy Jermaine Taylor holds the view that for Jamaica’s football to move to the next level a philosophy of identifying a core group of players and developing them over time will have to be the way forward. The 29-year-old Houston Dynamo defender also believes that the constant changing of personnel […]

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