Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | October 14, 2009
Home : Entertainment
Something extra

TALL DEFENDER: Prime Minister Bruce Golding has some fun with Romelda Aiken of Jamaica's senior netball squad, 2008 recipient of the Prime Minister's Youth Award for Excellence, on her arrival at Vale Royal on October 12, for a courtesy call. The team won a silver medal in the World Netball Series. With them are (from left): Minister with responsibility for Information, Telecommunications and Special Projects, Daryl Vaz; parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Sports, Youth and Culture, Warren Newby; and chairman of the Sports Development Foundation, David Mais. - Contributed

The Sunshine Girls must have decided to try to grab some of the attention from the Olympic/ World Championships teams as, for the first time, they moved up to silver medal status. Let's now go for gold!

Left: Model Antoinette Gomex finds her shoes much easier to carry than wear as she parades the catwalk at the Ocean Style Magazine and Kerrymanwomanhome's annual fashion showcase at Montego Bay's Half Moon Resort in Rose Hall on Saturday, October 3. Right: Ann-Marie Lumsden takes the catwalk wearing a shorts set designed by Pillar. Her waist is cinched with an African-inspired waistband. - Photo by Noel Thompson

Antoinette Gomex, an employee of the Rock House Hotel in Negril, Westmoreland, leaves little to the imagination.

"We will be at the centre of the podium one day," president of the Jamaica Netball Association, Marva Bernard, promised Prime Minister Bruce Golding when Bernard and the team paid a courtesy call on him. - Contributed

Boxing legend Lennox Lewis (right) shares company with DJ Lady Saw and Brian Brown, entertainment manager at Coral Cliff, Montego Bay, for the Kerrymanwomanhome fashion showcase. - Photos by Noel Thompson

Home | Lead Stories | News | Business | Sport | Commentary | Letters | Entertainment | Profiles in Medicine | International |