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It is with great sadness that the club announces the unexpected passing of Damian Reade last night. Damian is a long-serving member of the Railway family and would be known to young and old alike in the club. Damian played…
There is a big social week fast approaching in Railway with the two of the most popular annual events taking place - the Great Railway Bake Off is on Tuesday 26th November after training and the annual quiz taking place…
There were mixed emotions this weekend at Railway with three home losses and two away wins. The Men’s 1st XV suffered their 2nd league defeat of the season on Friday night, going down 27-34 to Gorey in Park Avenue. On…
This weekend sees a huge weekend in Railway, with seven fixtures taking place. Railway’s first ever floodlit Leinster League fixtures take place on Friday night when both the Men’s 1sts and 2nds host Gorey. To add to the occasion, both…
Carlsberg don't do Halloween Parties, but if they did they'd be at Railway. This Friday is lining up to be a whopper day and night at Railway with the girls school's 7s tournament, Women's 1sts AIL fixture against Rathdrum and…
The week kicked off with a mid-week fixture for the U20s against Coolmine on Thursday night, which unfortunately ended in a loss. Both the Men's and Women's 3rds games against St. Mary's fell victim to the bad weather, which resulted…
Railway Union RFC's hotly anticipated first social event of the year kicks off on Friday 25th October in the clubhouse. Encouraged by the penchant for fancy dress shown by many team members on the Madrid tour last season, the Social…
Four mens’ teams took to the field this weekend in what was a mixed bag of results. Saturday afternoon saw the Men's 3rd XV take on Clontarf in an away fixture. Clontarf started strongly, sending a number of large ball…
Leinster School of Excellence on Tour which takes place in Railway is not just for boys, it's for girls too. "Women's and girls rugby is the fastest growing sector of rugby in Ireland," said Railway's Head of Girls Rugby, Alison…
A total of seven fixtures were scheduled in what was a busy weekend for Railway. The Girls U18s were first up and lost to a composite side of Greystones/Gorey/Tullow in Greystones on Saturday. Missing some key players and giving debuts…
It was a good weekend for Railway with four league wins, two of them with bonus points, and one loss recorded in the last pre-season game before the league starts. The Men's U20s opened the weekend at home to old…
He’s barely left the place but Keith Sothern is back in Railway on Sunday when he togs out for his native Carlow when they take on the Men’s 1sts at 3pm. Sothern, who was player/coach of Railway for the past…
Railway’s Girls U18 team begin their Leinster South East league campaign on 28th September with a home fixture against Wexford. This new regional league will run until end of November and the results will determine qualification to the appropriate Leinster…
Railway’s Emma Murphy has been selected for the Ireland U19s 7s squad to take part in an International Championship in Sheffield on 14th September. Murphy will tog out for Ireland against England, Scotland and Wales in this prestigious tournament. Murphy,…
Leinster's Leo the Lion has turned down a move to Railway to stay with his beloved Leinster. Leo, who was guest of honour at the launch of Railway Locos, said his head was turned but his heart is Leinster. "I…