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Recognizing those who have volunteered, helped others and contributed to bettering the community, Shillelagh Awards were presented to: Rev.
Baldrick's Foundation shavees, many available for interview When: Saturday, September 13, 2008 - 4:00pm Where: Friendly Sons of the Shillelagh Club, 648 Prospect Ave, W.
The Coollattin golf course (above) and (inset) near the village of Shillelagh, in the Wicklow mountains and (left) the impressive Kildare Club,set in the ancient 550-acre Straffan Estate.
The shillelagh is the wooden club that goes to the winner.
Cops called to Egan's pub in the village of Shillelagh at 1.
KEYWORDS: Hurling Ireland Irish Bagpipes Essex Shillelagh Sports Clubs Gaelic Football
CLINTON -- Ed "Himself'' Sheridan, and his legion of 364,739 wee-people, recently deliberated over the more than 70 nominations for the prestigious Shillelagh Awards.
Mr Tomkins, puctured below, said the incident at Cronelea, Shillelagh, Co Wicklow, happened at 7pm "because the weather forecast was on".
York, my wildcard selection, was dismissed with hoots of derision from the better-travelled among the home crowd, the first of many to be batted out of the ground with a big shillelagh.
THUGS broke into her home to rob her - but Irish gran Alice Irwin beat them off with her SHILLELAGH.
We had music and dancing and with my trusty shillelagh I conducted an auction at the end of the evening.
Just in case USC wasn't taking its rivalry with Notre Dame seriously, former fullback Terry Barnum delivered a fiery speech after practice Thursday, while brandishing the symbolic Shillelagh, which goes to the winner of the contest.