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Sunshine girls welcomed home

Published:Thursday | August 27, 2015 | 1:25 PM
Yanique Forbes Patrick (left), Scotiabank's vice-president, public and corporate affiars, and Shelley Sykes Coley (right), sponsorship and marketing manager, Scotiabank, chat with Marva Bernard (centre), president of Netball Jamaica, at the Scotiabank official welcome home function for the Sunshine Girls at the Scotiabank Centre, downtown Kingston, on Wednesday.
Yanique Forbes Patrick (left), Scotiabank's new vice-president, public and corporate affiars, and Marva Bernard (second right), president of Jamaica Netball Association, pose with (frm left) Sunshine Girls Vangelee Williams, Stacian Facey and Nicole Dixon.
Nicole Aiken-Pinnock (right), captain of the Sunshine Girls, poses with Malysha Kelly.
Michael Jones, vice-president of human resources, chat with Molly Rhone (centre), president of the International Netball Federation, and Nola Phillpotts-Brown, second vice-president of Netball Jamaica, share a laugh.

As we celebrate the continued medal haul at the Bird's Nest Stadium in Beijing, China,

the Sunshine Girls were recently welcomed home from the World Cup in Australia by Scotiabank. Though we did not end on top of the podium, the girls continue to make their presence felt in the netball world with a respectable fourth-place finish. Well done, girls! Here are the highlights.