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0 | 2018-06-26 10:57:00

 On Saturday, June 17, 2018, the St. Mary Football Association in association
with JP St. Mary’s held the final match of the St. Mary FA, JP St. Mary’s Major League
Competition season at the Grays Inn Sports Complex, St. Mary.
In one of the closest matches of the season, Albion Mountain FC, based in Port Maria, retained
the championship title by narrowly defeating Axum FC, 4-3 in penalty. As part of the JP St.
Mary’s sponsorship, both teams, along with the third place team, shared a cash prize of
$250,000 along with product donation courtesy of JP St. Mary’s.
“At JP St. Mary’s, we are by no means strangers to the St. Mary’s Football Association and our
relationship is one that we have enjoyed for many years. For the past five years, we have
sponsored the Grays Inn Football Club, providing all the gear and products for fueling before a
match. This is the first year that we have been the title sponsor and it was a great opportunity
for us to give back even more to our ho me parish of St. Mary,” stated Tashany Smith, Brand
Manager, JP St. Mary’s.
St. Mary is home to the farms of the Jamaica Producers Group where bananas and pineapples
are naturally produced and the JP St. Mary’s snacks are manufactured. Jamaica Producers has
made it a mandate to provide support in whatever way possible to the local activities that
positively impact the communities in St. Mary. It is for this reason that Jamaica Producers has
opened the doors of the Gray’s Inn Sporting Complex for several years to the FA to host
matches and events.
“JP St. Mary’s contributed immensely this year to the success of the Major League Competition.
They came on board at a time when we needed them the most and it really boosted the morale
of the players, the executives of the St. Mary Football Association and everyone involved that a
company like JP St. Mary’s would support us. Not only did we receive funding, gear and supplies,
but at every single match we received JP St. Mary’s ripe bananas for the players. We are looking
forward to next year for bigger and better things with more teams on board at the
championship level. This season was a stand out one. It was incident-free, with great
sportsmanship and the finals were the perfect way to end the championship. It was a well run
and well organised competition.” said James Pearson, President St. Mary Football Association.
The Championships launched in February and lasted for five months, with 9 participating teams
playing matches throughout the parish of St. Mary.

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