My Week: ‘Gorgeous Nollaig crowned Miss Limerick’

Celia Holman Lee

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Celia Holman Lee

I had a ball at the Miss Limerick 2015 event with all the 30 stunning contestants
A BEVY of beauties turned on the style for this year’s Miss Limerick 2015 which was held in Crush 87 nightclub. As usual, there was a fantastic turnout with over 30 beautiful, young women vying for the title. I thought this year the style was really superb and the girls seem to have gone all out in the fashion stakes.

A BEVY of beauties turned on the style for this year’s Miss Limerick 2015 which was held in Crush 87 nightclub. As usual, there was a fantastic turnout with over 30 beautiful, young women vying for the title. I thought this year the style was really superb and the girls seem to have gone all out in the fashion stakes.

The fabulous judges whose job it was to pick the winner were the outgoing Miss Limerick, Grace Walsh, Mr Limerick, Sam Cassidy, Shauna Lindsay, former Miss Limerick, Niamh Mulqueen, Bohar and Dermot Culhane, photographer. The judges unanimously decided that the winner of the Miss Limerick 2015 title was Nollaig Molane. Nollaig is a gorgeous girl who actually celebrated her 21st birthday over the weekend. The runner-up was stunning Roisin Cahill who will represent Crush 87 for the semi-final later in the summer.

Hopefully we will have two representatives in Miss Ireland this year. Great credit is due to Lydia Turley who did an amazing job organising Miss Limerick in association with the Holman Lee Agency. I also want to pay tribute to all the businesses who supported us with the great prizes for the winners and to Will from Be Fabulous for designing and creating Miss Limerick’s dress for the final.

I was extremely proud that five former Miss Limericks were involved on the night including Shauna Lindsay, Grace Walsh, Lydia Turley, Niamh Mulqueen and Eleanor Fitzgerald. Through their combined effort they ensured that it was the best Miss Limerick to date. Hair on the night was styled by Hugh Campbell Hair Group and make-up was by Catherine Hickey.

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