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  1. Kay Stammers Menzies Bullitt (* 3. April 1914 in St Albans, England; † 23. Dezember 2005 in Louisville, Kentucky, Vereinigte Staaten) war eine britische Tennisspielerin und Wimbledon -Siegerin. Leben. Mit 17 Jahren bestritt sie 1931 ihr erstes Wimbledon -Turnier.

    • Stammers Menzies Bullitt, Kay (vollständiger Name); Bullitt, Kay; Stamers Menzies, Kay
    • englische Tennisspielerin
    • 3. April 1914
    • Stammers, Kay
  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kay_StammersKay Stammers - Wikipedia

    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

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  3. 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...

  4. Kay Stammers Menzies Bullitt (* 3. April 1914 in St Albans, England; † 23. Dezember 2005 in Louisville, Kentucky, Vereinigte Staaten) war eine britische Tennisspielerin und Wimbledon-Siegerin.

  5. 30. Dez. 2005 · Kay Stammers. 30 December 2005 • 12:01am. Kay Stammers, who died on December 23 aged 91, was a popular and glamorous British tennis player of the 1930s, and won the ladies' doubles at Wimbledon ...

  6. Kay Stammers – Australian television newsreader, reporter & producer. 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 ...

  7. 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...