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The following is the latest update on club developments, including the visit of a touring side on Friday night, Ireland representation at 7s and 15s this weekend, and the launch of the annual Railway Six Nations Fantasy League.

Last Week’s Results
Last week saw one draw, two losses and two blitzes completed:

M2s 7:50 Seapoint, Winters Cup, Saturday, Seapoint.
M1s 6:29 Terenure, O’Connell Cup, Saturday, Railway.
W2s 5:5 Rathdrum, Leinster League, Sunday, Rathdrum.

The GU12s and GU14s took part in a blitz at Greystones on Sunday, which proved to be a fantastic day.  See here and here for photos.

This Week’s Fixtures
This week sees two fixtures scheduled:

W1s v Old Belvedere, All Ireland Cup, Thursday 8pm, Railway
W1s/W2s v Kituro-Ovalie (Belgium), Friendly, Friday 8pm, Railway.

Kituro-Ovalie are our visitors on Friday night and travelling with a party of 35 female rugby players.  For more details on Kituro-Ovalie, please see here.  All are welcome for what should be a good party afterwards.

Moloney, Cooney, Peat & Caughey Set For Ireland 6N Debuts 
Cliodhna Moloney, Ciara Cooney, Lindsay Peat and Nikki Caughey were selected for the Ireland squad that takes on Wales in the opening game of the Six Nations this Saturday at 1pm in Donnybrook.  Moloney, Cooney and Peats all start on the bench, with Caughey starting at outhalf.

See here for the IRFU team announcement and here for a feature on Lindsay Peat in Monday’s Irish Independent.  Tickets for the game are available here.

Congratulations to all four players on this very significant career achievement and also to their families, coaches and teammates for their support in getting them there.

Crowe & Flood Sisters in Ireland 7s Action in Sydney
Stacey Flood, Kim Flood and Amee-Leigh Crowe departed for Sydney on Sunday with the Ireland 7s team for a two week training camp and three match series against Australia at the Sydney 7s this weekend.  The squad will then head to Brazil for the San Paolo leg of the HSBC Women’s World Series on 15 February.  See here for further details.

Railway Fantasy Six Nations
The Railway Fantasy Six Nations has been set up on the Irish Times platform and is open to all.  To enter, click here to select your team.  You will then need to enter the league named Railway using the password Steamers.  The prize is bragging rights.  Good luck!

Subs Overdue
Annual subscriptions are now overdue for all adult, student, youth and non-playing members.  Subs can be paid by the following methods:

Online:  By debit or credit card here.
Cash/Cheque:  Given to team managers at training or matches.
Bank Transfer: To the club’s bank account (Bank of Ireland – Terenure, Railway Union RFC, BIC:  BOFIIE2DXXX, IBAN : IE59BOFI90025278866998, Sort code: 90 02 52, Account number: 78866998).  Please put your name as a reference and email Luke Reade (e: to notify of payment.

Subs are payable in three categories:  Adult (€250), Non-Playing (€200) and Student/Youth/Unwaged (€150).

Welcome Pack 2015/16
The club’s 2015/16 Welcome Pack, which details how the club works, is available here.

Training & Recruitment Continues
Training continues every Tuesday and Thursday night for Girls U12/15/U18 (6pm), Women (7pm) and Men’s & U20s (7.30pm).

Recruitment is key across all of our teams and the club is always open to new members. If there is someone in your social circle, someone new who starts at work, moves into the area or whatever, there is a space for them at the club.  This includes both on and off the pitch.

Adult Men’s:
Men’s U20s:
Adult Women’s:
Girls U12/15/18: