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Published:Tuesday | June 17, 2014 | 12:00 AM
The Jamaican contingent at the Spain versus Netherlands World Cup game. From left: Allan Lewis, Leighton McKnight, Novelette McKnight, Arnold 'Dullo' McDonald, Big Mac, Garry Sinclair, Ian Moore, and François Lee. - Contributed Photo
Kadyan Salmon raises her Brazilian flag in support of the team during the 2014 World Cup opening game between Brazil and Croatia at the SportsMax Sports Zone last Thursday. - Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer
Nicholi Banton (left) took time out from watching the opening game of the 2014 World Cup to pose for a picture for The Gleaner with MLS player Lovel Palmer at the Gleaner-sponsored SportsMax Sports Zone. - Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer
Lester Garnett (centre), the prize-winner for predicting the final score of the Brazil vs Croatia game, shares lens time with Carla Powell (left) and Andria Grandison (right) as he accepts his gift from the Jamaica Yellow Pages. - Contributed Photos
Sharee McDonald Russell sporting the Jamaica Yellow Pages World Cup gym bag during the Brazil vs Croatia opening game half-time last week.
The power team came out to play: Digicel's CEO, Barry O'Brien (left), was seen at Usain Bolt's Tracks & Records for the opening match of the Greatest Show on Earth. Also in the photo are (from left) Michelle Watkis-Robinson, head of sales, government, Digicel Business; Jason Corrigan, general manager, Digicel Business; and Bob Sprengers, Heineken's country manager. - Contributed Photo
Teachers from Seaview Gardens Primary School dress up in their high-school uniforms to show Grade Six Achievement Test students that it doesn’t matter which schools they pass for when results are released this week. A preliminary report will be made during a press conference today. - JERMAINE BARNABY/PHOTOGRAPHER
Keita Campbell, in her Tivoli Gardens High School uniform, was all smiles as she headed to the Seaview Gardens Primary School, where she and other staff members were dressed in their high school uniforms to show GSAT students that it mattered not the school one passed for, on Monday, June 16, 2014. - Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer
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