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Published:Wednesday | March 21, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Khaleel Azan (right), national coach, Jamaica Skeet Club, jokingly makes a point to Errol Ziadie (left), the 2012 NCB Capital Markets Sporting Clays Open Overall Champion, while David Mair from Jamaica Broilers Group shares in the occasion at the recently staged NCB Capital Markets Sporting Clays Open.
Fraser McConnell was caught in-between stations at the NCB Capital Markets Sporting Clays Open held on Sunday at the Caymanas Golf and Country Club. Fraser placed third in the Sub-Junior category. - Contributed photos
From left: Julian Patrick, sponsorship and promotions manager, Craig Simpson, defending champion of the NCB Capital Markets Sporting Clays Open, and Dylan Coke, assistant vice-president, business development, NCB Capital Markets, enjoy the lyme.
In this photo provided by CBS, First Lady Michelle Obama joins host David Letterman on the set of the 'Late Show with David Letterman' on Monday in New York. It was her first visit to the show. - ap
Miss Jamaica World Middlesex contestant, Karyelle Rattray.
Miss Jamaica World Middlesex contestant, Vanessa Bruce.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II makes an address next to her husband The Duke of Edinburgh at Westminster Hall in London yesterday. The Queen celebrated her Diamond Jubilee by paying tribute to the British virtues of ...
CCRP, DIGICEL CELEBRATE ST PATRICK'S DAY: Digicel Jamaica CEO Mark Linehan was an extra special guest at the Caribbean Community of Retired Persons (CCRP) celebration of St Patrick's Day on Saturday, not only because Digicel was sponsoring the function, but it was also his birthday! He is seen here with CCRP directors Aloun Assamba (left), Jamaica's high commissioner-designate to the United Kingdom, and Hermine Metcalfe at the event. More than 100 members of the CCRP attended the function at the association's 6 Kingsway headquarters.
SECRETS RESORTS REACHES OUT: Secrets Resorts and Spa's guest Norbert Rausch (centre) shares lens time with these beautiful pupils at the Catherine Hall Basic School in Montego Bay on Thursday, March 15, during the hotel's 'March Madness' outreach programme. In the last 12 months, the Montego Bay resort has donated gifts valued at J$1.7 million to charities and educational institutions in western Jamaica. On Thursday, the management and staff at the resort distributed hundreds of school-related goods to the school.
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Here are two more contestants in this year's Miss Jamaica World Middlesex contest.

The National Commercial Bank hosted the 'shooters' on Saturday and it was clean, family fun.


CAPTION: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II makes an address next to her husband The Duke of Edinburgh at Westminster Hall in London, yestarday. The Queen celebrated her Diamond Jubilee by paying tribute to the British virtues of "resilience, ingenuity and tolerance", and to the Duke of Edinburgh, her "constant strength and guide" over the decades. In a landmark address to both Houses of Parliament the monarch repeated her vow made on Accession Day in February to "rededicate myself to the service of our great country"


CAPTION: CCRP, DIGICEL CELEBRATE ST PATRICK'S DAY: Digicel Jamaica CEO Mark Linehan was an extra special guest at the Caribbean Community of Retired Persons (CCRP) celebration of St Patrick's Day on Saturday, not only because Digicel was sponsoring the function, but it was also his birthday! He is seen here with CCRP directors Aloun Assamba (left), Jamaica's high commissioner-designate to the United Kingdom, and Hermine Metcalfe at the event. More than 100 members of the CCRP attended the function at the association's 6 Kingsway headquarters.


CAPTION: SECRETS RESORTS REACHES OUT: Secrets Resorts and Spa's guest Norbert Rausch (centre) shares lens time with these beautiful pupils at the Catherine Hall Basic School in Montego Bay on Thursday, March 15, during the hotel's 'March Madness' outreach programme. In the last 12 months, the Montego Bay resort has donated gifts valued at J$1.7 million to charities and educational institutions in western Jamaica. On Thursday, the management and staff at the resort distributed hundreds of school-related goods to the school.