Cricket Club Update

Player Statz

Published on May 10, 2019 04:17 pm

Performance of the week was from Shariq Khan with the ball for the 1st XI against North County. He picked up six wickets for 42 in a devastating spell. Bowling Sha!

Visit our statz section of the website to see who else is getting runs and taknig wickets.

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Forthcoming Fixtures

Published on May 10, 2019 12:05 pm

Sat 11th May (12.30), 2nds v Leinster 2nds, Division 6, Observatory Lane.
Sat 11th May (13.00), 5ths v Tyrrelstown 2nds, Division 14, Porterstown.
Sun 12th May (12.00), 1sts v Malahide 1sts, Senior League Cup A, Park Avenue.
Sun 12th May (13.00), 5ths v Leinster 6ths, Division 14, Observatory Lane.
Mon 13th May (18.30), Women v Leinster 3rds, Division 3, Observatory Lane.

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Youth Cricket Update

Published on May 10, 2019 12:00 pm

Training starts tonight Friday 10th May:

  • U8, Cubs (3rd & 4th class) ) – 6.30 pm- 8 pm
  • Minors (5th & 6t class) – 6.30 pm- 8 pm
  • Juniors (1st & 2nd Years), U17, U19 – 5 – 6.30 pm

We are hosting an open Registration Evening & Trial Session – Friday 10th
May – 5 – 8pm. You can register your child for the coming season and bring along newcomers to give cricket a try. You can also register online atwww.railwaycricket.com/youth

The season will start in earnest in coming weeks for Cubs, Minors, and Juniors:
CUBS LEAGUE start 11th May
Minor LEAGUE start 14th May and
Junior LEAGUE  start 18th May

Don’t forget our Family Fun Day will take place on Sunday 12th May from noon. There
will lots going on all day with bouncy castles, BBQ, games, a cricket blitz,
and much more. We hope to see you there to kick-off the cricket season

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Recent Results

Published on May 10, 2019 10:08 am

6th May: 3rds v Leinster 3rds, Division 6, Observatory Lane
Leinster 3rds won by 3 wickets
Railway 163 all out, Gerard O’Brien 56
Leinster 164 for 7, Chris Oosthuizen 81*

6th May: 2nds v Merrion 2nds, Division 3, Park Avenue,
Merrion 2nds won by 6 wickets
Railway 190 for 9, Hashir Sultan 79
Merrion 191 for 4, Rohit Pahuja, 94, Fakhar Zaman 3-36

5th May, 2nds v Pembroke 2nds, Division 3, Park Avenue
Pembroke 2nds won by 2 wickets
Railway 160 all out, Hamza Maan 60,Kim Garth 3-27
Pembroke 164 for 8

4th May, 5ths v Adamstown 5ths, Division 14, Corkagh Park 2
Adamstown 5ths won by 54 runs
Adamstown 133 all out, Nicholas Jagoe 3-17
Railway 79 all out, Stephen Noone 33*, Venkat Kantipudi 4-13

4th May, 3rds v Leinster 3rds, Division 6, Observatory Lane
Leinster 3rds won by 101 runs
Leinster 238 for 9, Chris Oosthuizen 67, Adriaan van Dyk 4-54, Muhammad Raza 3-41
Railway 137 all out, Yaser Sheriff 43, Michael Scully 3-29

4th May, 1sts v North County 1sts, Senior League Cup, Inch
North County 1sts won by 12 runs
North County 198 all out, Shariq Khan 6-42
Railway 186 all out, Prabhanshu Kamal 47, Hashir Sultan 47, Eddie Richardson 3-27

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Family Fun Day

Published on May 09, 2019 10:51 pm

The “Family Fun Day”, is scheduled for the afternoon of Sunday 12th of May. The sun (hopefully!) will shine, there will be a men’s cricket match against Malahide afoot for our entertainment, a minis cricket blitz lighting up the hockey pitch, BBQ, ice-cream, fun games, activities and more. We know that children and adults alike will love this event, seeing Railway transformed for the day!

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Overseas Player Update

Published on May 09, 2019 03:04 pm
It is with disappointment and some frustration that we have to let you know that Sami Aslam will not be playing in Railway this year.
Sami was unable to fulfil his commitment to start the season with us. With further delays on the horizon, we have decided to draw a line under the situation and concentrate on what we can influence.
We have great faith in the players that are available to us. In the absence of some of our marquee players in recent weeks, we have seen some very promising individual performance with bat and ball. We are in the process of rebuilding a strong Railway team that will compete at the top level in Leinster for years to come. This is what we are focused on.