Shillelagh


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Shillelagh

[shə′lā‚lē]
(ordnance)
A United States weapon system including a gun launcher and a fire-control system mounted on the main battle tank and assault reconnaissance vehicle for employment against enemy armor, troops, and field fortifications; it is guided by an infrared command link.
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"Meanwhile, I will be working with some of the cast from 'A Date With Shillelagh' again as they will be appearing in a stage production of new writing in Shardlow, Derbyshire in October to help raise funds for the Shardlow Village Hall restoration fund."
| Pictured: Loughborough College students in a scene from Keith Large's forthcoming short film, A Date With Shillelagh (from left) Isabel Peters, Christie King, Katie Johnson, Megan Smith and Natasha Ryan-Ormiston.
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.
Lauren Cornelius, who plays the character Karen in his short film 'A Date With Shillelagh' and filmed with him in Loughborough, also played the lead character an afternoon play on Radio 4 broadcast in February.
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.
The bachelor told gardai that he shot Walter in the house they shared in Shillelagh, Co Wicklow, because he did not follow his mother's burial wishes.
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."
And Dessie Hughes, who trains the five-year-old for John Kenny, owner of the Central House pub in Shillelagh, County Wicklow, was justifiably impressed with the performance, commenting: "He was very good.
He wore clumpy boots, used competition tees, ignored paths, jumped over burns and carried his club like a shillelagh.
In the same year he also received the Shillelagh Award by the Leprechaun Society of Clinton.
Mr Tomkins, puctured below, said the incident at Cronelea, Shillelagh, Co Wicklow, happened at 7pm "because the weather forecast was on".