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    Kay Stammers; Full name: Katherine Esther Stammers: Country (sports) United Kingdom: Born 3 April 1914 St Albans, Hertfordshire, England: Died: 23 December 2005 (aged 91) Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. Plays: Left-handed: Singles; Highest ranking: No. 2 (1939) Grand Slam singles results; French Open: QF : Wimbledon: F : US Open

  2. Katherine "Kay" Esther Stammers ( St Albans, 3 de abril de 1914 - 23 de dezembro de 2005) foi uma tenista britânica. [ 1] Referências. ↑ «Perfil emn Wimbledon» (em inglês). Consultado em 2 de junho de 2015. Portal do ténis. Portal do Reino Unido. Categorias: Nascidos em 1914. Mortos em 2005. Tenistas do Reino Unido. Naturais de St Albans.

  3. A veteran journalist and newsreader with over 25 years experience in mainstream television, Kay has reported, presented and produced for all five free-to-air networks. She is also a multi award-winning documentary and video producer (with a special interest in health and medical issues), former teacher and lecturer in English, and author.

  4. Pioneering Australian television journalist Kay Stammers has passed away following a long battle with cancer. The 72-year-old, who became the first female reporter on Nine News in 1975, died at...

  5. ONE of Australia’s pioneering female television journalists and late night news anchors, Kay Stammers, has died in Sydney. Stammers, 72, was a familiar face on Australian TV screens in the 1970s and 1980s as the only female journalist on Sydney’s Channel 9 news team and the presenter on Channel 7’s late night show NewsWorld. Pioneer...

  6. 26 de fev. de 2020 · Pioneering news presenter Kay Stammers who worked in news & current affairs for Seven, Nine and 10, has died, aged 72. She died following a battle with cancer. Stammers served as a newsreader, presenter, reporter, producer and health & medical specialist across multiple networks including as presenter for Seven’s Newsworld in the ...

  7. KAY STAMMERS was a glamourous tennis champion of the 1930s, who enjoyed some media attention and international popularity aftershe won the Wimbledon women’s doubles matches with Freda James in 1935