Tipp beauties bid for Rose of Tralee glory

The girls who will compete for the Tipperary Rose of Tralee title this Saturday night.
Tipperary will select its Rose for the annual Rose of Tralee contest this Saturday night.

Tipperary will select its Rose for the annual Rose of Tralee contest this Saturday night.

The event will take place in the Anner Hotel, Thurles at 7.30pm.

The winner will receive a collection of Newbridge Silverware, a number of other superb prizes, and will represent County Tipperary in the Irish regional finals in Portlaoise this June bank holiday weekend.

Eighteen girls are competing for the great prize to go forward to the regional qualifier and then hopefully make the final itself in Tralee.

The girls, who they are representing, their age, and where they are from, are -

Marian Duggan, John Quirke Jewllers /Cahir Letting, 27, Cahir

Ashling Tynan, Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh, 19, Nenagh

Jenny Hickey, Peaches Boutique, 26, Ballyporeen

Laura Lonergan, Lonergans Bar, 21, Cashel

Áine Madden, Carey Glass, 26, Clonmel

Nicola Ryan, Gleeson Steel & Eng., 23, Gortnahoe

Katie Mc Donnell, St Patricks Brass Band Cashel, 19, Cashel

Róisín Dullea, Aneva, 24, Nenagh

Kelly Doheny, Keogh Building Contractors, 20, Clonmel

Emily May Crawford, Ginos, 20, Templemore

Tracey Barron, Pride of Tipperary, 24, Oola

Aoife O’ Meara, Casey Fuels, 24, The Ragg

Bridgette Carey, Mediskin, Nenagh, 24, Nenagh

Alison Brolan, Netcelero, 24, Thurles

Caoimhe Kennedy, Tearaways, 23, Lorrha

Fiona O’Connor, William Alexander Hair design/Adtech, 25, Cashel

Nicole Kerrigan, The Anner Hotel, 19, Thurles

Elaine Kennedy, 24, Killenaule

MC on the nights will be KCRL’S Brendan Hennessy, this is a great fun night out with supporting entertainment which will guarantee a smile on every attendee’s face.

Tickets are limited and are on sale from your local Rose and The Anner Hotel, Thurles and will be available on the door on the night.

For MORE info email or find us on our face book page “tipperary.rosecentre”

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