JFF election delayed by Supreme Court injunction
The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Presidential Election, which was set for Sunday, has been delayed by 28 days.
The postponement is due to an injunction granted by the Supreme Court following an appeal made on behalf of Beach Soccer Jamaica, the Jamaica Football Referees Association and Intercol Jamaica to become registered with the Companies Office of Jamaica (COJ).
The COJ registration would allow those parties ratification to become delegates ahead of the election.
Incumbent Michael Ricketts is being challenged by JFF First-Vice President Raymond Anderson. Ricketts has been in office as President since September 2017.
More to follow on this developing story.