*Photograph: Dermot Mahony

A NEW ROSE of Clare will be crowned this Sunday.

Doors open from 6:30pm as The Inn at Dromoland hosts the Clare Rose of Tralee Gala selection on Sunday (March 12th). The chosen representative will receive a collection of prizes, and will represent County Clare on live tv at the International Rose of Tralee festival this August.

Twenty aspiring roses will vie to become the Rose of Clare and they will hold the title for two years as no there will be no Rose in 2024.

Killaloe’s Tara Brady (22), Grace Cunningham (23) from Miltown Malbay, Quin’s Nadine Smith (29), Rebecca O’Flynn (23) of Ruan, Ardnacrusha’s Charlie Ahern (18), Mullagh’s Roisin Kelly (22), Eilíse Carroll (28) from Kilrush, Grace Cooney (26) from O’Callaghans Mills, Barefield’s Emma Monaghan (21), Laura Keane (22) of Miltown Malbay, Sinead Sherlock (21) of Ennis and Killimer’s Alannah Behan (20) will aspire to become the Clare Rose.

Completing the lineup are Laura Fennell of Kilbaha (21), Ennis’ Christina Malone (27), Amie Carmody (19) from Kilmore, Newmarket-on-Fergus native Niamh Enright (20), Killanena’s Gráinne Conlon (26), Aisling O’Connor (23) from Feakle, Kilrush’s Laura Shannon (21), Andrea Stone (22) of Ennis, New Quay’s Katie Naughton (24) and Scariff based Amy Ní Fhearghail.

Ollie Turner will be MC. Tickets are on sale from your each contestant, at reception of The Inn at Dromoland and they can also be acquired on the night.

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