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Something Extra | Thursday

Published:Thursday | July 13, 2017 | 7:00 AM
It’s a 6! Fans at the Scotiabank Suite (from left), Gary Vaughn White, Horace Smalling, Julie Thompson James and Asquith Brown celebrate another boundary.
What is cricket without a bevy of beauties? Scotiabank’s vice-president of retail support, Maya Johnston (centre), and VP of business support, Julie Thompson James (right), is all smiles with guest Francine Haughton.
There was a lot of excitement and fun at the Scotiabank Suite at Sabina Park during the T20 international last Sunday. From left: guests Sasha-Kaye Batticks, owner of pytmobilecloset, and Jaime-Lee Bingham of Knott Francis Eventures have no idea of the enthusiasm Scotiabank’s Gary Vaughn White demonstrates as he celebrates yet another 6 from the winning team.
Cricket enthusiast and principal of Stratton Early Childhood Development Center, Donnett Gillings, demonstrates her batting skills while participating in a Kiddy Cricket Popup Pitch at Emancipation Park last Friday evening. Children and adults engaged in the fun activity, while winning tickets a variety of prizes and to the T20 international, held at Sabina Park on Sunday.
From left: Alfred ‘Frano’ Francis of Running Events Ltd, Heather Wallen-Bryan, business continuity, safety and security manager at FLOW, and Minister of Health Dr Christopher Tufton.
Dwight Williams , head of products at FLOW, and son Dylan at the 2017 GraceKennedy Education Run/Walk last Sunday.
Left to right Catherine Goodal, marketing manager, beverages LASCO Distributors, Nicholas Benjamin, deputy managing director of Marksman Limited, and Sheila Benjamin-McNeill, group director, public relations and advertising Guardsman Group, during the launch of the 2017 Guardsman Games at the Hope Zoo last Thursday.
Personal trainer Patrice White (left), media personality Debbie Bisson, and Lyshon Davis, brand manager, LASCO iCool and iDrade, flash their beautiful smiles at the launch of the 2017 Guardsman Games.
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On Sunday, it was all about cricket lovely cricket as the West Indies gave cricket fans at Sabina Park a show, beating India in their T20 International match. But before that showdown, the waterfront was alive with runners for the GraceKennedy Education Run/Walk.