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I am deeply saddened over the recent developments that have rocked the core of Caribbean football.

On Monday, one of the founding members of the CFU, Jack Austin Warner, resigned from the FIFA, the CONCACAF and the CFU.

Jack was the longest serving member on the FIFA Executive Committee and has served the sport for over 30 years. The region has benefitted from his vision, his dedication, and his commitment to football.

Athletic fans globally can now get a front seat to the 2011 JAAA/Supreme Ventures Limited National Senior Championship.
The meet is set for the Jamaica National Stadium from June 23-June 26, 2011.  All four days will be streamed live, and will also be available on Smartphones, bringing the world to shores of Jamaica via New Media Technologies.

JAAA describes this as a unique opportunity to again witness Jamaica's best athletes as they vie for their position at the 2011 World Championships.  The live stream will be broadcasted on www.jaaa.tv and www.jaaa.tv/mobile.

Miami Dolphins/Sun Life Stadium, Project Medishare in partnership with the University of Miami Miller School and the University of Miami Global Institute announce the reconnecting of three children displaced by the earthquake that devastated the country of Haiti in 2010.

On Tuesday, June 21, there will be two communications facilities established, one at Sun Life Stadium and the other at Hospital Bernard Mevs in Port-au-Prince, which will bring together three children and their respective families that were separated when the children were Medevaced from Haiti.

Midfielder Brian Shriver, on as a substitute in the 65thminute, provided two key goals in the Fort Lauderdale Strikers 3 - 0 victory over the NSC Minnesota Stars tonight, Saturday June 11th. Level after 45 minutes, the Strikers came out of halftime strong and finished that way.