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Miss Coleraine and Miss Bull’s Eye crowned at the tenth Therapie Miss Northern Ireland Heat

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A bevvy of beauties descended upon Coleraine as the tenth heat of the Therapie Miss Northern Ireland contest came to The Bull’s Eye on Thursday 21st April.

Girls from across the country competed for their place at the Therapie Miss Northern Ireland final in front of an astute judging panel which included MD at ACA Models, Alison Clarke, current Miss Northern Ireland, Leanne McDowell, representative of Magners Light, Conor McCausland, representative of Therapie Clinic, Victoria Elliot, The Bull’s Eyes, Stephen Warick and guest judge, Open Champion 2011, Ryder cup captain 2016 and husband of Alison, Darren Clarke.

Ruth Bleakley from Coleraine was crowned “Miss Coleraine” and Chloe Moore from Ballymena was chosen as “Miss Bull’s Eye”. Both girls will now go forward to the grand final in Belfast’s Europa Hotel in May and stand a chance of winning the coveted title of the, ‘Therapie Miss Northern Ireland 2016.’

MD of ACA models Alison Clarke said, “It was great to be back at The Bull’s Eye in Coleraine, and what a brilliant night had by all. It never disappoints with the calibre of girls who enter, once again it was a fabulous night and a huge congratulations to the winning girls and a big thank you to all who came along!”

Guest Judge Victoria Elliot, representative of Therapie Clinic and this year’s title sponsor added, “What a fantastic night at The Bulls Eye. I have been told this heat has always been a strong one and it certainly didn’t disappoint. The atmosphere was brilliant and all the girls looked amazing. Congratulations to Chloe Moore and Ruth Bleakley, and a big thank you for all who made the night so special.”

Last year’s winner, Leanne McDowell added, “Congratulations to both Chloe and Ruth! My year as Miss Northern Ireland 2015 has been a dream come true. I cannot thank event organiser Alison Clarke and ACA Models enough for giving me this life changing opportunity. I would also like to thank all of my amazing sponsors for everything that they have generously provided for me this year. It was certainly has been a busy year!

“I am so excited to get to know all of the girls as they embark on their Miss Northern Ireland journey and I would like to wish them the very best of luck!”

The competition is still open to entrants with heats taking place across the country the next heat is at Sense nightclub in Cookstown on Saturday 30th April. For further details of all heat locations and dates please visit; http://www.missnorthernireland.co.uk. For more information please contact Alison Clarke or Joleen Stewart at ACA Models Office on 028 90 809 809 or email [email protected]


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