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Why Join Railway

As a parent of a child playing in Railway or as a young adult playing in Railway, we can offer you (and your child) the following:

  • A fun and enjoyable environment for a young player and one where they are valued and encouraged
  • Introduction to the sport of rugby in a safe, controlled and friendly environment
  • Introduction to the ethos and values of the game, including fairness, integrity, respect, inclusiveness, discipline and team work
  • Garda-vetted and appropriately accredited and trained coaches, who can be strong role models and who are supervised by experienced Directors of Rugby
  • An established pathway to progress in the club and the sport as the player grows and develops
  • A focus on learning the basics of the game along with the skills of agility, balance and co-ordination
  • An encouragement of physical activity
  • Low coach/player ratio, allowing focus on developing individual skills and integration
  • Monitored progression and parental feedback (or player where relevant)
  • The opportunity to meet other people of the same age (and for you to meet other parents) and make lasting friends
  • The opportunity to play in festivals, both in Ireland and abroad, and to play international fixtures when we host visiting touring teams or travel abroad to tour ourselves
  • Structured to cater for players of all levels, allowing for development, encougagement and support of all
  • Top class training and playing facilities
  • Creation of common interest and bond with older siblings, parents and extended family
  • As part of the Leinster branch and with guest coaching and visits from Leinster players, playing in Railway will allow your child to feel part of a bigger rugby community

If you’d like talk about what Railway can offer you and/or your child, please contact us: 

Girls U18s, U15s and 7s Academy:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Boys and Girls 6 to 12 Years:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.