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A research scientist from Newport has been crowned the 2015 Mayo Rose.
Maria Walsh, the Rose of Tralee from Shrule, has travelled more than 65,000 miles (more than the earth’s circumference!) since being crowned in the Dome in Tralee last August.
MAYO Rose Hannah Ferguson is rallying her supporters to follow her to Portlaoise, for the Rose of Tralee Regional Festival from this weekend. It is a major tourism event on the Irish festivals calendar attracting 60 Roses, their families, friends, and festival-goers from Ireland and around the world.
Could 2013 be the year that the Mayo Rose follows in the footsteps of Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin (2005) and becomes the Rose of Tralee.
The Newbridge Silverware Escort of the Year at the 2012 Rose of Tralee International Festival is Ian Cullinane from Galway. Ian, the Escort to the Mayo Rose Dervla Kenny.
Who doesn’t love a rose? They are colourful, delicate, if not a little prickly.
Mayo is well represented in this year’s Rose of Tralee International Festival with four visiting roses having Mayo roots as well as our very own Mayo Rose, Dervla Kenny, one of the favourites to take the coveted title.
The search now under way to find the 2012 Rose of Tralee. Life-changing experiences come just once a year and that time has arrived for Irish women everywhere to get their skates on to enter the 2012 Rose of Tralee and fulfil their childhood dream.
You don’t need to win the Lotto to be treated like a Princess, but any young woman who enters the 2011 Mayo Rose selection will get the royal treatment and be in with a chance to become the Rose of Tralee.
A 25-year-old woman who hails from outside Crossmolina is gearing up for the Rose of Tralee regional finals this weekend where she hopes to be one of six out of 29 Roses to be selected to go through to the prestigious festival in Tralee later this summer.