Jamaica's Reggae Boyz recorded a second straight clean sheet win by downing hosts Bonaire 6-0 at the inaugural concacaf Nations League Qualifying tournament. 

The United States clinched its eighth consecutive berth at the FIFA Women's World Cup with a 6-0 semifinal victory over Jamaica at the 2018 CONCACAF Women's Championship at Toyota Stadium on Sunday night.

Leon Bailey's long-awaited debut for Jamaica has been put on hold after the Bayer Leverkusen winger refused to play on Sunday.

Former Jamaica international has been diagnosed with the deadly disease ALS.  We can all help by making our contributions.

Retired Reggae Boy Luton Shelton has been diagnosed with ALS.

St Lucia's Julien Alfred the most successful Caribbean competitor on the second day of track and field action at the Youth Olympic Games.

Led by Jhanielle Fowler-Reid’s 34 goals from 35 attempts, the Sunshine Girls earned a 55-43 win over the England Roses.

John Campbell and Jermaine Blackwood scored half-centuries as Jamaica Scorpions cruised to an easy seven-wicket win in their Super50 match against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes at the 3 W’s Oval in Barbados on Friday.

Member of Parliament for Western Kingston Desmond McKenzie is contributing just under US$4000 towards the medical expenses of Jamaican footballer Luton Shelton who is suffering from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).

A strong start was the key to the victory of the Sunshine Girls over England at the National Indoor Sports Centre in Kingston on Thursday night.

Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz moved closer to historic qualification for the FIFA World Cup following a 9-0 win over neighbours Cuba at the H-E-B Park in Houston, Texas, on Thursday.

The Jamaican government is committing just over US$30,000 towards the medical expenses of former Jamaica footballer Luton Shelton, who has revealed that he is suffering from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).

Leon Bailey should don Jamaica’s colours when the Reggae Boyz take on Suriname at the National Stadium in Kingston on November 17 in Montego Bay.

As they prepare for their next match against Cuba in the CONCACAF Women’s Championships, Reggae Girlz Head Coach Hue Menzies says the team is not taking anyone for granted.

Sunshine Girls assistant coach Winston Nevers said experimenting with a new style of play was a major contributing factor to the manner in which the team defeated Trinidad and Tobago’s Calypso Girls 51-40 to win their two-match series on Tuesday night.

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