Published on May 17, 2019 03:45 pm
Sat 18th May (12.00), 1sts v Phoenix 1sts, Senior League Cup A, Park Avenue
Published on May 17, 2019 03:38 pm
Well done FX for organising such an enjoyable event and many thanks to all who supported and attended. There are a few photos from the day including some of Des Stirrat, the longest serving member of our club, regaling us with tales about on and off-field events in Railway during the 50s and 60s.
Special thanks go to Terry, John, and Eamon Behan who remembered their much-loved brother Leo at the lunch. Leo won senior league medals on the champion teams in 1960 and 1962 and senior cup in 1967. Terry reminisced about Leo the Behan family’s connections with the club before the brothers presented FX with Leo’s trophies. We will treasure them.
Published on May 17, 2019 03:28 pm
We are running a Last Man Standing Competition for the Cricket World Cup. It should be a bit of fun and will give you an interest in the tournament which is sadly lacking Irish involvement.
You can get involved on our website http://www.railwaycricket.com/comp/ or find Ciaran Divney or Eoghan Connolly who can give you entry forms.
Published on May 17, 2019 10:08 am
13th May: Women v Leinster 3rds, Division 3, Observatory Lane
12th May: 1sts v Malahide 1sts, Senior League Cup A, Park Avenue
12th May: 5ths v Leinster 6ths, Division 14, Observatory Lane
11th May: 2nds v Leinster 2nds, Division 3, Park Avenue
11th May: 5ths v Tyrellstown 2nds, Division 14, Porterstown
Published on May 17, 2019 10:00 am
The Cubs enjoyed their first game of the season with a great win against Pembroke, only loosing 2 wickets in their innings and the Minor As also had a great start to the season with a win by 5 wickets away in Balbriggan.
Both the Minor Bs and Junior As are in action this weekend.
Training continues on Friday evenings 5-6.30pm for senior school kids and 6.30-8pm for primary school kids.
Published on May 17, 2019 04:17 am
Performance of the week was a close call this week. Alex Stiles had a great game with bat and ball for the 1st XI against Malahide. He bowled 7 economical overs of spin in the first innings taking 2 for 22 before scoring 57 runs in the chase.
Even better though was the innings of Ciara O’Brien for the Women up in Rathmines. Proving once again that class is permanent, Ciara led her team from the front with a flawless 62 not out in the first innings. Well batted Ciara!