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Caption: A number of PPG aerospace proudcts were used to restore Luck of the Irish.
A TYNESIDE student hopes to have the luck of the Irish as she prepares to compete in a national dance competition.
It is just the luck of the Irish that they got there first.
Rigid Corrugated Ltd is enjoying the luck of the Irish as a result of its fast production times and reliable delivery service.
"The luck of the Irish," sneers a young British recruit at a teenage Brendan Behan just after Behan's scruffy reform-school team whips the soldier's more seasoned prep-school athletes at a game of rugby.
Down at the other end of the scale it was found that the luck of the Irish was practically nonexistent with Northern Ireland having the worst winning record of all.
MODEL Shauna Lindsay is hoping the luck of the Irish continues as she helps celebrate the bumper [euro]100million Euromillions rollover jackpot at the Lottery offices yesterday.
SHANE LOWRY claimed he had the luck of the Irish after nailing his first hole-in-one in the US at the 16th at Augusta.
A CHARITY is hoping the luck of the Irish will be with them for their fundraising event for Velindre Hospital in celebration of St Patrick's Day.
Finally on Sunday (October 20) the luck of the Irish held out as the rain and clouds departed just in time for the parade through Leamington town centre.
"I've no doubt that the luck of the Irish thanks to our lucky underpants helped him find the back of the net twice!" However, UEFA are unlikely to react with the same enthusiasm as Bendtner's actions would appear to be a clear violation of their rules on ambush marketing.
So, who's got the luck of the Irish? One thing is guaranteed - it will be a Virgin Casino player walking away with the jackpot!'
There is no such thing as the "Luck of the Irish", according to research by a major bookmaker published on the eve of the Cheltenham Festival.
Luck of the Irish: Simon Hayes dresses up for last year's half marathon.
A BRIGHOUSE teenager certainly has the luck of the Irish on her side.