Home » Archives by category » News » National News » National Womens News » Women's Youth News » Women’s Under 17 News
Caribbean proud of U17 Reggae Girlz

Caribbean proud of U17 Reggae Girlz

The President of the Jamaica Football Federation, Captain Horace Burrell, says despite falling short in its bid for an historic World Cup qualification, he was proud of the Jamaica Under-17 women’s team. “What can I say, these girls have done themselves and their country proud,” he said. “They have flown their nation’s flag high and […]

The West In Love With Women’s Football

The West In Love With Women’s Football

There is no doubt that Jamaicans love a great football match, and it is also well known that nowhere across this country will you find more lovers of the beautiful game than in the west. Women’s football? Well, that’s a novelty folks in the west are truly warming to. This has been borne out as […]

JA Women’s U17 in 3rd Place Playoff

JA Women’s U17 in 3rd Place Playoff

Jamaica’s Women’s U17 team suffered their first defeat of the CONCACAF Women’s U17 tournament yesterday when they lost 5-0 to Canada at the Montego Bay Sports Complex. Jamaica now takes on the United States who lost 4-2 on penalties to Mexico after their match ended in a 1-1 stalemate. The 3rd Place Playoff between Jamaica […]

Coach Blaine Positive Ahead Of Canada Game

Coach Blaine Positive Ahead Of Canada Game

Junior Reggae Girlz head coach Vin Blaine has thrown down the gauntlet ahead of tomorrow’s CONCACAF Under-17 Women’s Football Championship semi-final against Canada at the Montego Bay Sports Complex, St James, starting at 6:00 p.m. Blaine and his coaching staff have been on a high since guiding the Girlz to an unprecedented last four appearances […]

JA Women’s U17 Win Group A

JA Women’s U17 Win Group A

A moment of magic by Felicia Davidson gave Jamaica a 1-1 draw with Mexico in the 2013 CONCACAF Women’s Championship on Sunday, sealing a first-place Group A finish for the tournament host. The 16-year-old, United States-based midfielder netted directly from a right-sided corner kick in the first minute of first-half stoppage time. Despite both teams […]

Signed Shirt For Injured Salvadoran Player

Signed Shirt For Injured Salvadoran Player

The Jamaican National U17 Girlz, in a show of class, presented a signed jersey to El Salvadorian player Astrid Daniela Lòpez Flores who suffered a fractured leg in the match between the two nations on October 30th 2013. All the players signed the shirt and presented it to Astrid, wishing her a speedy recovery.

JA Women’s U17 3 – 0 Haiti

JA Women’s U17 3 – 0 Haiti

Jamaica became the first team to earn a place in the semifinals of the 2013 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship with a game to spare, defeating Haiti 3-0 on Friday at Catherine Hall Stadium. The tournament host has maximum points from two Group A games, two ahead of second-place Mexico. The two sides will meet on […]

Kadija Shaw: Coca-Cola Feature

Kadija Shaw, Member of the National Women’s U17 and U20 teams in a feature produced by Coca-Cola.

JA Women’s U17 2 – 0 El Salvador

JA Women’s U17 2 – 0 El Salvador

Jamaica got its 2013 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship campaign off to an upbeat start with a 2-0 victory over El Salvador on Tuesday at Catherine Hall Stadium. The result places the tournament host at the top of Group A with three points.  Mexico and Haiti drew 1-1 earlier in the day, leaving them level in […]

All Systems Go for CONCACAF U17 Women’s Tournament

All Systems Go for CONCACAF U17 Women’s Tournament

With the National Under 17 Women’s team of Trinidad and Tobago being the only outstanding team of eight to arrive in the island, all systems are go for the start of the Tournament at 3:30 pm on Wednesday, October 30. All seven teams have had training sessions both at the official match venue, Catherine Hall […]

Page 1 of 6123Next ›Last »