A bevvy of beauties were out in force for the third heat of the Therapie Miss Northern Ireland contest at Gillies Bar at Galgorm Resort & Spa on Thusday night.
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 Therapie Clinic, Orla Mulholland and representative of Magners Light, Jennifer Moore.
Toni Gregg was crowned ‘Miss Gillies’ and Gabrielle Morrison was chosen as ‘Miss Ballymena’.
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 ‘Therapie Miss Northern Ireland 2016’.
Competition organiser Alison Clarke said: “It was great to be back at Gillies Bar again this year, and what a brilliant night had by all.
“Antrim 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 Orla Mulholland, representative of Therapie Clinic and this year’s title sponsor added: “What a fantastic night at Galgorm Gillies bar. 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 Gabrielle Morrison and Toni Gregg, and a big thank you for all who made the night so special.”
The competition is still open to entrants with heats taking place across the country the next heat is at The Coach, Banbridge on Saturday, March 12.
For further details of all heat locations and dates please visit www.missnorthernireland.co.uk