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Reggae Girlz Captain, Konya Plummer Drafted By Orlando Pride

Captain of the Reggae Girlz, Konya Plummer was drafted by the Orlando Pride in the National Women’s Soccer League, in the USA. Plummer, who attended the University of Central Florida was the 10th overall draft pick. She only played in 25 games for UCF but was named the American Athletic …

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Lorne Donaldson Quits Reggae Girlz

Lorne Donaldson has stepped away from his role as assistant coach of the Reggae Girlz with immediate effect. Donaldson tendered his letter to the Jamaica Football Federation ending his association with the national program. In the letter, Donaldson accused the JFF hierarchy of questionable integrity and lack of professionalism. Donaldson …

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Reggae Girlz Khadija Shaw Signed with Nike, Bunny Sets National Goal Record

Khadija, who represented Jamaica at age 14, in the under 15 and under 17b football league, before she moved to the under 20 level and went on to join the senior women’s football team has become a star striker on the Reggae Girlz team and is expected to make a …

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Girlz defeat Cuba 12-1 in Olympic qualifier

Jamaica’s senior Reggae Girlz made a convincing start to their Concacaf Women’s Olympic Caribbean Qualifying campaign, trouncing Cuba 12-1 in a lopsided affair inside the National Stadium yesterday. Cheyna Matthews led the way with four goals — in the 20th, 31st, 62nd and 69th minutes — while Tiffany Cameron secured …

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REGGAE GIRLZ VOW NOT TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY FUTURE TOURNAMENTS UNTIL THEY ARE PAID IN FULL

  Reggae Girlz striker Khadija Shaw is blasting the Jamaica Football Federation JFF on social media, over unpaid wages and has indicated that the Reggae Girlz will not be participating in any future tournaments until they are paid. According to Shaw on her Instagram account bun_bun10, the Reggae Girlz have …

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Reggae Girlz threaten strike

At least three members of the history making Reggae Girlz team that played in the FIFA Women’s World Cup last June have taken to social media to voice their concerns for not receiving payment to participate in the tournament. Led by ace striker, Khadija Shaw, and sisters Allyson and Chantelle …

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