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File Photo: Kemar Lawrence scored a beautiful free kick against Mexico to lead Jamaica to a 1-0 win over defending champions Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinals on Sunday. Jamaica will face the USA in the final on Wednesday night.




A peach of a free kick from Kemar Lawrence and a string of fine saves from Andre Blake guided Jamaica to a 1-0 upset win over defending champions Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinals Sunday night.

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Photo: Ladale Richie comes in to replace the suspended Kevon Lambert in central midfield for Jamaica in their Gold Cup semifinal clash with Mexico.





Jamaica will face Mexico in the semifinals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup today starting at 8:00pm local time, in a bid to make back to back visits to the finals of the region’s top football tournament. This will be the third time since 2015 that the two countries are facing each other as the both teams met in the final in 2015 where Mexico won 3-1.

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Photo: Olympic Triple Jump champion Christian Taylor will be performing at the Racers Grand Prix Meet on Saturday.





Just like he did at the London Olympic Games, American triple jump, back to back gold medalist, Christian Taylor will have a front row seat to watch Usain Bolt perform at yet another historic moment is his illustrious career.

Back in 2012 when Usain Bolt repeated as Olympic double sprint champion, Taylor got to watch Bolt win the 200m from track-side.

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Miami, FL (Thursday, February 23, 2017) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) and Beach Soccer Worldwide (BSWW) on Thursday conducted the draw for the quarterfinal matchups of the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship Bahamas 2017, at the Malcom Park Beach Soccer Facility in Nassau, Bahamas.

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Photo: The Most Honour Andrew Holness, Prime Minister of Jamaica, Captain Horace Burrell President of the Jamaica Football Federation and the Honourable Olivia Grange at a recent World Cup qualification match at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica, 




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Photo: Josef Martinez celebrates after scoring for Venezuela against Jamaica in their Copa America opener on Sunday. Venezuela defeated Jamaica 1-0. (Getty Images)





Ten-man Jamaica went down 1-0 to Venezuela in their Copa America opener on Sunday, shot down by a 15th minute strike from Josef Martinez. The Reggae Boyz fought valiantly after conceding early but the loss of former captain Rodolph Austin midway the first half compounded their problems and reduced their chances of getting something out of the game.

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Jamaica got their campaign at the Caribbean Netball Association Jean Pierre Under-16 Tournament with a 48 – 8 win over Antigua and Barbuda. The scoring was led by Denay Thomas 18/22, Zandria Cohen 9/12, Kamia Daley 17/19 and Felicia Smith 4/5.

The losing team was supported with efforts from Rayana Regis 8/11, Kahtalia Valentine 0/3. Jamaica led in all quarters opening with a 13-0 first quarter. They increased their score to, 27-2, and 37-3, before closing out the final quarter at 48-8.

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Photo: Reggae Boyz defender and Leicester City captain, Wes Morgan stretches after a light training session





The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) will have a mobile ticket outlet located in front of its offices, 20 St. Lucia Crescent on match day, Good Friday.

The outlet will be operational from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

The mobile outlet will be set up in light of the fact that the World Cup Qualifier will take place on a holiday and three of the regular outlets will be closed.