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BBC Reel and producer Cagney Roberts have paid tribute to former Fashion/Beauty Promoter 102 year old Mrs Ethel Kerr – see story also on page Golden Times


We honour …. Victorious Vivien …. Business as usual for Vivien Parsons as she won the London NAC Finals boxing in the 57 kg class by beating Elizabeth Palmer-Couzens. It was the same result, against the same opponent, as last year. This time Parsons stopped Couzens in the second round with a furious attack of punching on the Elite Championship programme at the Coliseum Suite in Ilford and progresses to the national quarter-finals at Barnsley on the weekend of Saturday 13th April.

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We honour …. The Magnificence that was West Indies …. With the West Indies team touring England again this summer, Caribcommx commences its tribute to the approaching first hundred years of Test match cricket. Enthusiasts of West Indies cricket, whether they are professional writers or not, will be invited over the coming weeks and months to share their memories of, views on, and support for all that West Indies cricket has achieved. It is a unique record which we – through yourselves – are determined should be told.
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Beverley Heath, the outstanding West Indian beauty queen and model of her generation, has been appointed patron of the Miss Caribbean & Commonwealth title. Promoter Shirley de Lawrence spoke of Beverley’s record, her reputation, and the esteem in which she is held. Ms Heath has a long personal association with the Miss Caribbean & Commonwealth title, the 26th final of which will be presented at the Rock Tower, Tufnell Park, North London on Saturday 9th December 2023.
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Adrian King, dynamic heavyweight prospect who has signed with FightZone, is scheduled to fight on Saturday 25th May at the York Hall, London. The name of his opponent has yet to be announced. King stands 6’ 6” and has a commanding reach of 83”. He is scheduled also to fight on the bill at Beverley near Hull, his home town, on Saturday 20th July. More follows

Ashena Green, 26th Miss Caribbean & Commonwealth title-holder … is in Ghana to celebrate that country’s Independence Day and Commonwealth Day. She was inspired to choose Ghana for her promotional tour by the previous example, and the goodwill established on similar previous visits by her predecessors in office Shaherah Jordan and Natalie Galloway. Ashena is accompanied by the title’s director, Shirley de Lawrence, who, herself, is Ghanaian.
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We honourthe love of cricket … Eric McClymont views the traditions of English cricket, the present state of play, and the way forward from the point of view of a grandfather wanting his grandson to share the passion and the opportunities of a game which has meant so much to him. The challenges are there but the future can remain bright.
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Miss Caribbean & Commonwealth 2010

Dyke & Dryden Black Plaque award / ITV
Shirley Dee hosting Miss Caribbean and Commonwealth wearing magma keni