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Breanna Gloster is the first ever Miss Clinchers queen

Breanna Gloster is the first ever Miss Clinchers queen

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Although the weekend was fully booked with a lot of events giving Vincentians an opportunity to choose where to go, the Clinchers Sports Club kept its fingers crossed{{more}} with high hopes for a well attended Miss Clinchers Pageant, which was held on Saturday, December 3, 2011, at the La Croix boxing plant

With five beautiful ladies who were vying for the title, Breanna Gloster, a Barrouallie resident, made history when she became the first Miss Clinchers Queen.

Gloster, who represented Jar Plum Bar, surpassed the other four competitors, capturing the titles of Best Swimwear, Best Talent and Best Evening Gown. Breanna will also receive other gifts, including a cash prize and a trip to Barbados.

The first runner up position was taken by Felica Thomas, Miss I-Finance Courts SVG Ltd, who also captured the titles of Miss Congeniality and Best Interview.

Second runner up went to Zilvonne Huggins, representing Office and Computer Solutions. She was also adjudged Miss Photogenic.

The other two contestants were Emelia Davy, Miss Finishing and Furnishing, and Rodica John, Miss Sea View Inn (St. Kitts).

All the delegates were presented with bouquet of flowers and a special gift bag compliments the Clinchers Sports Club.

According to the head organizer, Perlina Thomas, the pageant was initiated to help the organization offset some of their finances in providing support to some community members. She also said having a pageant like this will also help the women to become ambassadors for their communities. The organization is looking forward to host more activities as time goes by.

The all male judging panel, consisting of Anthony Jack, Michael Williams and Rohan Giles, was applauded by the audience for participating in what has been deemed as a female dominated event, and for a job well done.

The Master of Ceremonies was Javelle Frank, who made sure the audience had a well spent evening despite the late start.

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