Something extra

Published: Wednesday | August 21, 2013 Comments 0
Joining Miss Global International Beauty Pageant director Lachu Ramchandani (third right), at Monday night's media launch, are (from left) Soyini Phillips, Miss Teen Jamaica; Shane Perue, managing director, international division, Commonwealth Group; Roshelle McKinley, Miss Jamaica Global 2013; Kathenne Rajhpaul and Lloyd B. Smith.
Joining Miss Global International Beauty Pageant director Lachu Ramchandani (third right), at Monday night's media launch, are (from left) Soyini Phillips, Miss Teen Jamaica; Shane Perue, managing director, international division, Commonwealth Group; Roshelle McKinley, Miss Jamaica Global 2013; Kathenne Rajhpaul and Lloyd B. Smith.
Reigning Miss Jamaica Global Roshelle McKinley joins Soyini Phillips (right), Miss Teen Jamaica, for a brief photo op. - Photos by Winston Sill
Reigning Miss Jamaica Global Roshelle McKinley joins Soyini Phillips (right), Miss Teen Jamaica, for a brief photo op. - Photos by Winston Sill
It seems that Orville Johnson is beaming with pride next to the lovely and always radiant former Miss World Joan McDonald at the launch of the Miss Global pageant at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Monday.
It seems that Orville Johnson is beaming with pride next to the lovely and always radiant former Miss World Joan McDonald at the launch of the Miss Global pageant at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Monday.
Andrew Richardson (left), cricketer for the Jamaica Tallawahs, hangs out with Wray & Nephew Water World promoter Romeich Major at the after party hosted by Chris Gayle of the Jamaica Tallawahs and Dwayne Bravo of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel.
Andrew Richardson (left), cricketer for the Jamaica Tallawahs, hangs out with Wray & Nephew Water World promoter Romeich Major at the after party hosted by Chris Gayle of the Jamaica Tallawahs and Dwayne Bravo of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel.
Fresh from victory, Chris Gayle (centre), Jamaica Tallawahs captain, threw the Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum-sponsored Caribbean Premier League preliminary round after party in collaboration with Dwayne Bravo of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel. Seen here with Gayle are Latoya Williams (left) and Fiona Able.
Fresh from victory, Chris Gayle (centre), Jamaica Tallawahs captain, threw the Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum-sponsored Caribbean Premier League preliminary round after party in collaboration with Dwayne Bravo of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel. Seen here with Gayle are Latoya Williams (left) and Fiona Able.
CELEBRATING VICTORY: Sadiki Bolt (right), Melbourne Cricket Club all-rounder, celebrates the victories of his brother, Usain Bolt, in the 2013 IAAF World Championships, and the Jamaica Tallawahs in the Caribbean Premier League. Seen here with Bolt is Ela Finnigan.
CELEBRATING VICTORY: Sadiki Bolt (right), Melbourne Cricket Club all-rounder, celebrates the victories of his brother, Usain Bolt, in the 2013 IAAF World Championships, and the Jamaica Tallawahs in the Caribbean Premier League. Seen here with Bolt is Ela Finnigan.
The Caribbean Premier League preliminary-round after party brought out notables such as (from left) J. Wray & Nephew's Gary Dixon; Shaggy; Antonio Piredda, managing director for the Jamaican Bobsled Team, and Agent Sasco. - CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS
The Caribbean Premier League preliminary-round after party brought out notables such as (from left) J. Wray & Nephew's Gary Dixon; Shaggy; Antonio Piredda, managing director for the Jamaican Bobsled Team, and Agent Sasco. - CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS

  The Jamaica Tallawahs and the Trinidad Red Steel celebrated in style on Sunday night at the Appleton Estate-sponsored after party, hosted by Dwayne Bravo and Chris Gayle at his megamansion in Chancery Hall. We were on the ground to bring you highlights. Also, on Monday night, pageant fans and the media attended the launch of the Miss Global International Beauty Pageant at The Jamaica Pegasus and we managed to bring you the EXTRA scenes. Relax and enjoy your midweek EXTRA fix!









 

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