Wednesday, 2 April 2014

NO BOYS ALLOWED: Out and About with Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Carla Borrego, the Edwin Allen crew, Aisha Davis, and Jhaniele Fowler

IN THE HEIGHTS: March 17, New Zealand. As action heats up in the 2014 ANZ Netball Championships, the most competitive of its kind on the planet, Jamaican international Jhaniele Fowler (who plays for the Southern Steel) has been making her presence felt in the shooting circle as always. Here, she is seen jostling for ball possession opposite Waikato Magic's Casey Kopua during a recent match-up inside the Hamilton-based Claudelands Arena. (Photo: Michael Bradley/Netball New Zealand)

HAVING A BALL: March 24, New Zealand. Another Jamaican peak performer of note currently playing in the ANZ league is former Sunshine Girl Carla Borrego, who competes for the Adelaide Thunderbirds. Borrego, also an ex-Waulgrovians goalshooter, was recently in top form as her team went head-to-head with the Northern Mystics at the Trusts Stadium in Auckland. (Photo: Michael Bradley/Netball New Zealand)

GOING PLATINUM: March 29, Kingston. A pretty solid lineup of established and emerging Jamaican musicians and singer-songwriters was assembled for Saturday's Earth Hour concert, which drew a large throng to the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre. Sporting a fierce blonde look, songstress Aisha Davis was turning heads all night both on and off stage. (Photo: Skkan Media)

PICTURE PERFECT: March 29, Kingston. What staging of Boys & Girls Champs would be complete sans an appearance by an Olympic champion or two? IAAF World Female Athlete of the Year and Grace ambassador, Shelly-Ann 'Pocket Rocket' Fraser-Pryce (a Wolmer's alumna!) was obviously delighted to be in the mix yet again, repping for her sponsors, as she posed for a round of picture-taking with fans at the National Stadium. (Photo: Grace Foods)

COUNTRY STRONG: March 31, Clarendon. When the curtains came down on the Grace Kennedy-sponsored ISSA Boys & Girls Championships inside the National Stadium on Saturday night, Edwin Allen High was a lock for the championship trophy on the girls' side as they were miles ahead in the points standing from their closest rivals. Naturally, the Clarendon-based school (now in its 50th year coincidentally) came alive on Monday morning as students and staff slipped into celebration mode. (Photo: LIME Jamaica)

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