The result of the election of officers at the voting congress of Jamaica Football Federation saw a return to power of President Michael Ricketts, by the margin of 39 to 17 votes. Therefore, the incumbent will continue with the reins of power for the next four years. “I feel a sense of achievement,” remarked President Ricketts. “So much has been done over the last four years, yet so much to do as of now. I want to say thanks for the overwhelming support. I am putting everyone on notice that we will not rest on our laurels. We will work to improve on the last four years and put football in a better place for all Jamaicans, from the grassroots to the senior teams. I ask both the private and the public sectors to continue working with us as we build for both now and then. The limits of football are boundless.” The four vice presidents are as follows: Gregory Daley, Elaine Walker-Brown, Barry Watson and Raymond Grant. The two ordinary members are Rudolph Speid and Bruce Gaynor, while the confederation chairmen are: Sheridan Samuels, Patrick Malcolm, Errol Stevens and Mark Bennett. All the gentlemen and the lady above, will form the new Board of Officers of the JFF.

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