Scotiabank's polo play

Published: Sunday | May 6, 2012 Comments 0
From left: Julie Thompson James, Saron Williams, Dawn Green and Sherece Green make a colourful frame.
From left: Julie Thompson James, Saron Williams, Dawn Green and Sherece Green make a colourful frame.
Roger Grant, senior manager, Scotiabank Private Banking, chats with Victoria-Rose Newman-Burrowes and baby Nagina Newman.
Roger Grant, senior manager, Scotiabank Private Banking, chats with Victoria-Rose Newman-Burrowes and baby Nagina Newman.
From left: Danielle Phillis, Dr Terri-Ann Samuels and Stephanie Samuels say, 'Cheese!'
From left: Danielle Phillis, Dr Terri-Ann Samuels and Stephanie Samuels say, 'Cheese!'
Patricia Henry (right) and Rudy Bramwell strike a pose at polo.
Patricia Henry (right) and Rudy Bramwell strike a pose at polo.
Stephen Hallihan, Canadian High Commissioner posea with Celsa Nuno, Spanish Ambassador to Jamaica.
Stephen Hallihan, Canadian High Commissioner posea with Celsa Nuno, Spanish Ambassador to Jamaica.
Tracey-Ann Chin, (left) and Dionne Blackwood give us that special Outlook smile.
Tracey-Ann Chin, (left) and Dionne Blackwood give us that special Outlook smile.
Lissant Mitchell (left) CEO, Scotia Investments Jamaica chat with Harry Smith talk sports, perhaps?
Lissant Mitchell (left) CEO, Scotia Investments Jamaica chat with Harry Smith talk sports, perhaps?
From left :Tracey-Ann Chin, Monique Todd, Joan Forrest-Henry and Simone Walker are a sight for sore eyes.
From left :Tracey-Ann Chin, Monique Todd, Joan Forrest-Henry and Simone Walker are a sight for sore eyes.
Chefs who made mouths water, from left: Colin Hylton, Jacqui Tyson, Bobo Bergstrom, Dennis McIntosh, Alecia James and Dane Sadler.
Chefs who made mouths water, from left: Colin Hylton, Jacqui Tyson, Bobo Bergstrom, Dennis McIntosh, Alecia James and Dane Sadler.
Christina Taylor (right), pose with Kathy Scimeme (centre) and Georgette Manning.
Christina Taylor (right), pose with Kathy Scimeme (centre) and Georgette Manning.
Moxy Morrison is as cool as cucumber.
Moxy Morrison is as cool as cucumber.

The atmosphere was definitely celebratory and the company was fabulously attired for Scotia Private Client Group's Jamaica Open Polo tournament at Caymanas Estate on Sunday, April 29. If you missed the fun, take a peek at these snapshots.

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