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Published:Thursday | June 25, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Athlete Asafa Powell shares lens time with Digicel SportsMax Marketing Manager Tanya Lee (second left) and angels Tassie-Ann Ewan (left) and Brittany Powell at the Argentina vs Jamaica Copa América viewing party last Saturday.
Decked out in their jerseys, Tanya Lee (left) and Shawana Ebanks show support for the Boyz during the Argentina vs Jamaica Digicel SportsMax Copa América viewing party last Saturday.
Proud ‘auntie’ Trisha Williams-Singh with her niece, Gabrielle Wood.
Family portrait: Gabrielle Wood (centre), flanked by her mother Ann Marie Vaz and stepdad Daryl Vaz, at her graduation from Appleby College in Ontario, Canada, over the weekend. Gabrielle moves on to McGill University in Montreal, Canada, to major in finance and economics, come September.
Baby Zhenya shows her daddy, Zico Gourzong, how it is done when a pro baby bowler takes to the lanes for her 15-minute bowling session at JamZone on Sunday, when Flow and LIME hosted a Father’s Day bowling tournament.
After walking away with the top prizes for ‘Strikes’ and ‘Highest Daddy and Child’ bowling scores, Craig and his ‘mini-me’ Daniel Reynolds said hello to our lens.
Zaine Redwood, eager to claim the first-place team trophy, was the centre of attention as he received the trophy from Gail Abrahams, director of corporate communications at Flow, while his LIME VP of marketing daddy, Carlo, looks on.

There was a lot to celebrate last weekend - the Reggae Boyz's well-played match against Argentina, the amazing dads we have in our lives, and the success of another Jamaican overseas. Cheers all around! Here is your daily dose of EXTRA!