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JM | Nov 30, 2022

JP Farms gives $800,000 boost to St Mary’s Football Association 

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2022/2023 Major League Season

JP Farms Marketing Executive Gayon Douglas (centre) engages in a lively discussion with St. Mary Football Association President James Pearson (right) and Chairman Raymond Anderson at the launch of the 2022-2023 Major League Season on November 19 at the JP Farms Visitor Centre in St Mary.

In its latest efforts to positively impact the community of St Mary and its environs, JP Farms has pledged $800,000 to the St Mary’s Football Association (SMFA) 2022/2023 Major League Season.

During a launch held at the JP Farms Visitor Centre, President of the St Mary Football Association, James Pearson revealed that the hefty sponsorship by JP Farms would see the 11 qualifying teams receiving financial support and nutritional support with donations of JP’s heart-healthy ripe bananas and other produce.

JP Farms Marketing Executive Gayon Douglas (third left, back row) shares a moment alongside St Mary’s Football Association Members Khalil Bennett, Rangers Football Club; Kevin Johnson, Bamboo Tree Football Club; Keino Miller (centre), Gayle United Football Club, Rushard Pike, Highgate United; Jason Lewis and Tafari Davis, Axum Sports Club at the close of an official handover ceremony to kick-off the 2022/2023 Major League Season on November 19.

The qualifying teams are: Gray’s Inn Sports Club; Axum Sports Club; Highgate United Football Club; Albion Mountain Football Club; Rangers Football Club; St. Mary Police Civilian Sports Club; Mango Valley Sports Club; Enfield Sports Club; Bamboo Tree Football Club; Oracabessa Football Club and Gayle United Football Club.

St Mary’s Football Association members proudly show off a symbolic cheque from JP Farms in support of the 2022/2023 Major League Season 11 qualifying teams valued at $800,000 during an official handover on November 19. From back left are: Khalil Bennett, Rangers Football Club; Kevin Johnson, Bamboo Tree Football Club; Keino Miller (centre), Gayle United Football Club, Rushard Pike, Highgate United; Jason Lewis and Tafari Davis, Axum Sports Club.

JP Farms has been working hard to close this gap with their goal to promote good nutrition across local communities by sharing the fruits of their labour and healthy produce from its farms in St Mary. 

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