Junior Flemmings

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Photo: Junior Flemmings in action for the Reggae Boyz 






Jamaica’s preparation for the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar will get underway when the Reggae Boyz play The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in two International Friendly games next month.  

Both games will be played at the Prince Faisal bin Fahad Stadium in Riyadh on November 14 and 17. This is indeed the best way to kick-start preparation with the squad experiencing the identical regional conditions under which the World Cup will be played.

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Photo: Junior Flemmings in action for the Reggae Boyz in the 2019 Gold Cup. 





After just one month into the new season of the United Soccer League (USL) Championship, Junior Flemmings leads the goal scoring charts with seven goals from just six games.

The Jamaican international has hit the ground running this term and fired his team, Phoenix Rising FC, to the top of the league with an eye-catching performance last Saturday.

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Photo: Tivoli Gardens striker Junior Flemmings goes by flat footed Arnett Gardens defender Jameel Thompson in the Red Stripe Premier League on Monday night. Flemmings scored the dramatic stoppage time winner as Tivoli Gardens came from behind to stun the Junglists 3-2.



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The spectators turned out in their numbers to witness a fierce battle between Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago for youth supremacy in the CONCACAF U-20 tournament at the National Stadium in Kingston Jamaica on Friday.

It wasn't a cool afternoon at the office as one would expect, in fact the young 'Reggae Boyz' were held hostage by the young 'Soca Warriors' as they gave up two goals in quick succession in the first half.

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Phorto: St.Georges College celebrate winning their 9th Walker Cup title

St. Georges College secured their record 9th hold on the ISSA/LIME Walker Cup title when they outscored Jamaica College 3-2 at the Constant Spring Field on Thursday. The win for STGC ended the hopes of JC to win all four titles on offer in corporate area schoolboy football this season.

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Jamaica College carved out a gritty 2-1 win over a determined 10-man Charlie Smith,`in extra time, to defend their Manning Cup title at the National Stadium on Saturday. It was their third title in four years and second since their treble winning season of 2011.

The game took a while to come alive but when it did, it provided a treat for the fans who packed into the grandstand and not surprisingly ended up being decided in extra time.

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Jamaica College, the defending champions of the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup competition and only remaining unbeaten team in schoolboys football this season will be seeking to defend their title when they face former champions Charlie Smith High school at 4:00pm at the National Stadium today.

The Two teams have played some very attractive football and have shown that they deserve to be in this season's Manning Cup final.

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Photo: Jamar Purcell of Jamaica College bravely heads away the ball from near the foot of Camperdown striker Ramiesh McKnight during their Manning Cup semi-final at the Stadium East field on Saturday. Jamaica College won the game 4-2.

Jamaica College had to work hard to secure a 4-2 win over a determined Camperdown High it was an exciting semi-final encounter in the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup competition on Saturday.. Jamaica College who had not lost a game all season entered the match as favourites.

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At the start of the schoolboy football season, Jamaica College (JC) captain and last year's Manning Cup most valuable player, Junior Flemmings made a vow to be the first person to captain a schoolboy football team to four titles in one season.

The addition of the LIME Super Cup to the football landscape means that there are now four possible trophies up for grabs in a season.