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January 3, 2013
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André 'Baller' Darby's birth-night party

André 'Baller' Darby's birth-night party saw a number of footballers and crews roll out to give support to one of the more popular players at Portmore United.

Some of those turning out were Boys Town's Robert Scarlett; Portmore United captain Damion Williams as well as Demar Jackson and Adoah Nickle also from Portmore United, among others.

Darby hosted his party alongside his sister, Sherone 'Lady Cutie' Darby, and his heartbeat, Kim.

Darby, at Portmore United since he was a junior player, was a part of Jamaica's national junior programme before he was in a serious car crash a number of years ago that threatened his life and his football career.

He is now back on his feet and hopes that this month he will put his football career in focus.

Some of the crews that attended were Portmore's top dancehall promoter Kelly Upsetter and her crew, and Prince Romie, Portmore's 'flossing king'.

The music was provided by Flava Unit, Six Killer, Canta and Mad Scientist. RicMan, a deejay based overseas, entertained the crowd with a personal lyrics for birthday boy Darby. The man of the moment took time out to thank all who supported his party.

- Anthony Minott photos

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