Emma Byrne is Wexford Rose for 2019

Emma Byrne was chosen as Wexford Rose 2019 at a gala event held in the Amber Springs Hotel, Gorey.

Clonroche teenager Emma Byrne was chosen as Wexford Rose at a gala event held in the Amber Springs Hotel, Gorey.
She will travel to the annual Rose of Tralee International Festival in August and will enjoy parades, gala functions, televised selection nights and a Rose Tour.
Emma, who was a student at Loreto Wexford, is currently a first year student at St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra.
Always full of energy, Emma is experienced in equestrian sport and also in dancing and entertainment and has been associated with a number of local groups including Celtic Roots and the Rathnure Panto.
She was delighted to let her name go forward for the title of Wexford Rose and is eagerly looking forward to representing Wexford in the world famous competition.
‘This year is a very special one for us as we celebrate 60 years of the Rose of Tralee’, said Wexford Rose Co-ordinator, Peter Cooney, who added: “The Festival organisers have revamped the selection process by removing the regional qualification aspect of the event to ensure that every Rose who is selected each year will feature on live television which will be broadcast on RTE from the Dome.”

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