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Flow Cup hunt starts today

Flow Cup hunt starts today

THE first knockout competition of the 2014-15 local football season gets underway today with four matches in Round One of the Flow Champions Cup. A feature of today’s schedule is the contest between former Premier League champions Portmore United and fellow St Catherine-based outfit Old Harbour Bay United at Spanish Town Prison Oval. Portmore United, […]

Reggae Girlz win practice match 4-2

Reggae Girlz win practice match 4-2

SENIOR Reggae Girlz head coach Merron Gordon praised the depth of his squad after they recovered to outscore Florida Kraze Krush 4-2 in last Saturday’s practice game in the United States . The Jamaicans, who are camping in Orlando ahead of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship to be staged in the US from October 15 to […]

Gordon upbeat about Reggae Girlz’s progress

Gordon upbeat about Reggae Girlz’s progress

JAMAICA’S senior Reggae Girlz head coach Merron Gordon is upbeat about the team’s capacity to continue improving ahead of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship in the United States from October 15 to 26. The squad gathered for their pre tournament camp in Orlando, Florida, late on Sunday and held their first training stint the following morning. […]

Reggae Girlz happy with CONCACAF draw

Reggae Girlz happy with CONCACAF draw

Jamaica senior Reggae Girlz head coach Merron Gordon said he is satisfied with the group draw for the CONCACAF Women’s Championship set for the United States, beginning October 15. Jamaica, the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) runners-up, have been placed in Group B alongside Mexico, Costa Rica and little fancied Martinique. “It’s a fair draw and […]

Canada vs Jamaica Preview

Canada vs Jamaica Preview

After almost 3 months, the Reggae Boyz will be back in action as they will face The Canucks of Canada at the BMO Field in Toronto this Tuesday at 6:30pm Jamaica time. Both teams have met each other 15 times dating back to 1985 where Jamaica has won 4 times, drawn on 4 occasions and […]

Burrell talks up Reggae Girlz’ World Cup Chances

Burrell talks up Reggae Girlz’ World Cup Chances

JAMAICA Football Federation (JFF) president Captain Horace Burrell is talking up the Reggae Girlz chances of qualifying for the 2015 Women’s FIFA World Cup. However, he cautioned that some technical aspects have to be fine-tuned for the dream to become a reality. By virtue of their second-place finish at the just-ended Women’s Caribbean Football Union […]

Waterhouse ahead in CCL

Waterhouse ahead in CCL

A double strike from talismanic striker Jermaine ‘Tuffy’ Anderson condemned Tauro FC of Panama to their second defeat after they were beaten 4-1 by Waterhouse in their return-leg CONCACAF Champions League game at the National Stadium on Thursday night. Anderson scored in each half with goals in the 13th and 55th minutes. He was well […]

Jamaica U17 qualify for CFU final round

Jamaica U17 qualify for CFU final round

Jamaica Under-17 team Wednesday night defeated Guadeloupe 3-0 and qualified for the Caribbean Football Union final round set for Haiti in late September. Jamaica finished top of Group One with maximum nine points ahead of Guadeloupe on six with Cayman, which blanked US Virgin Island 2-0 claiming third spot with three points. Jamaica has now […]

Reggae Girlz take on T&T for Caribbean crown

Reggae Girlz take on T&T for Caribbean crown

Jamaica’s senior Reggae Girlz are eyeing regional football glory when they lock horns with hosts Trinidad & Tobago in the final of the Caribbean Cup at the Hasely Crawford Stadium today, starting at 7:30 pm. The third-place play-off will see Haiti battling fellow French-speaking team Martinique in the 5 o’clock kick-off at the same venue. […]

Jamaica U17s dig deep to beat Cayman

Jamaica U17s dig deep to beat Cayman

Jamaica had to dig deep to take three points when they beat the Cayman Islands 5-3 in Group 1 of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Men’s Under-17 Qualifiers today, August 25th at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex, in Kingston, Jamaica. It was the Cayman Islands who drew first blood as early as in the 5th […]

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