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Maria Walsh, the Rose of Tralee, has challenged young men from her home county of Mayo to see if they have what it takes to be a Rose escort at this year’s Rose of Tralee International Festival from August 14 to 18.
The Rose of Tralee, Maria Walsh from Shrule, has spoken out about the devastating consequenes of road carnage on families and communities as part of a new Valentine’s Day themed road safety campaign.
The next episode of Mayo County Matters on Irish TV, next Tuesday at 7.30pm, will feature an interview with Rose of Tralee and Shrule native Maria Walsh.
It may be hard to believe but Mayo native Maria Walsh from Shrule is already half way through her term as the International Rose of Tralee.
Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh is to perform the official launch on Friday, February 6, at Clare Lake, Claremorris, of a new fun running challenge, consisting of five lakeside runs between February and April at different locations across the county.
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.
Maria Walsh, the Rose of Tralee from Shrule, has travelled over 65,000 miles (more than the earth’s circumference!) since being crowned in the Dome in Tralee last August.
Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh, from Shrule, has welcomed the positive feedback and commentary in the media after she revealed she has been openly gay for the past two years.
Life has taken a massive and unexpected - but hugely exciting - turn for Shrule’s Maria Walsh, after she was crowned the Rose of Tralee in the famous Dome on Tuesday night.
Shrule native Maria Walsh has been selected as one of the 23 Roses who will compete in this year’s Rose of Tralee festival in front of a television audience of more than one million people and 2,000 spectators in the famed Festival Dome.