The Rose of Tralee International Festival is an international event which is celebrated among Irish communities all over the world…
The Wexford Rose of Tralee was revealed at the Ashdown Park Hotel in Gorey on Friday, April 14th.
The winner of the Wexford Rose of Tralee for 2023 is Brónagh Hogan.
Brónagh competed in the Wexford competition last night against 23 other nominations from Wexford aiming to become the new Wexford rose.
Brónagh is a native of Clonroche and she is a primary school teacher in Kilrane National School in Rosslare. Brónagh is actively involved with the Wexford Drama Group and she has been described as a “kind” and “beautiful young lady” who is sure to be an excellent representative for Wexford.
The organisers of the Wexford Rose competition congratulated Brónagh and stated that she is in for “an adventure of a lifetime.”
Brónagh will now move on to represent Wexford at the Tralee festival which starts on Friday, August 18th. The event, which is broadcast over two nights by RTÉ, has been hosted by Kerry native Daithí Ó’Sé since 2010.
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