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June 16, 2014
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Morgan Heritage, Contractor Music provide live feed for Reggae Girls qualifiers

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The return of Jamaica's senior national women football Team to international competition will be aptly aided by Contractor Music Marketing and famed reggae group Morgan Heritage, who are partnering with Irie FM to broadcast live feed from the team's qualification games for the 2015 FIFA World Cup in Canada.

The Reggae Girls, for the first time in six years, will contest football on an international platform when they participate in the June 16-23 CFU play-offs in the Dominica Republic.

They will battle the likes of St Lucia, Anguilla and host Dominica Republic. The games will be broadcasting live on a daily basis by Irie FM, radio partners of the Reggae Girls. The station will be represented by veteran sports broadcaster Nicholas Evans.

For their part as sponsors, both Contractor Music Marketing, operated by Sean 'Contractor' Edwards, and Morgan Heritage will use the opportunity to merge sports and entertainment for a worthy cause.

Contractor, currently away in London, was approached by Morgan Heritage's lead singer Peetah Morgan to help promote and market their new love song Put It On Me, which was produced by Juke Boxx Productions.

The song is said to be enjoying great airplay and will be used as the theme song to support the Reggae Girls in Dominica. Contractor, who is also a reggae recording artiste, expressed optimism over the partnership.

"It's another fantastic opportunity to partner with Irie FM, with whom I share a flourishing business partnership. The song has been getting a lot of positive feedback and the hope is for the Girls to use it as a necessary motivation on the quest for World Cup qualification," he said.

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