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Camross man to represent Laois at Macra’s 15th annual Mr Personality Festival

Sylvester Phelan Camross

Sylvester Phelan will represent Laois at the 15th Annual Mr Personality Festival which is being organised by Kilkenny County Macra na Feirme.

The festival will take place from April 8 to 9 at the Springhill Court Hotel.

The festival has been kindly sponsored by Kilkenny, Carlow and District Farm Relief Services.

Sylvester, a former journalist with Agriland, is 29-years-old and he is an active member of Camross Macra na Feirme.

His hobbies and interests include martial arts, farming, traditional music, literature, football and films. He is a man of many talents.

Sylvester believes he will make a good representative for Laois because he is busy with his involvement with Macra and his diverse range of interests.

He has a jam-packed weekend ahead of him. The contestants will arrive at the Springhill Court Hotel at 6pm on April 8, with the on-stage interviews starting at 9pm.

The on-stage interviews will be conducted by our new MC for 2022, Miss Claire Henriques.

This will be followed by music from the much-anticipated The Waxies and DJ til late.

Sylvester will have an early start on Saturday morning with contestant private interviews with our judges.

After lunch, the contestant challenges will take place! On Saturday evening, Sylvester will be donning his suit and meeting with Kilkenny, Carlow and District Farm Relief Services and have their official photos taken.

This is followed by the banquet, starting at 7.30pm. Deuces Wild will be playing hit after hit, until Mr Personality 2022 is announced at 12 midnight.

Best of luck Sylvester!

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