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Haven ready for strong Crusaders’ challenge

Haven ready for strong Crusaders’ challenge

🕔12:52, 24.Apr 2014

Whitehaven coach Dave Woods revealed North Wales Crusaders will be familiar opponents in Sunday’s Kingstone Press Championship clash. Woods said: “I’ve seen some of their games this year, and they’ve also signed a couple of players we were talking to,

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Championship preview: Doncaster v North Wales Crusaders

Championship preview: Doncaster v North Wales Crusaders Updated

🕔09:46, 12.Apr 2014

Sunday 3.00pm at the Keepmoat Stadium Doncaster will have Hull FC youngsters Joe Arundel and Ben Crooks available for the visit of the North Wales Crusaders to the Keepmoat Stadium. The pair were left out of the Hull FC squad

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Championship preview: North Wales Crusaders v Batley Bulldogs

Championship preview: North Wales Crusaders v Batley Bulldogs Updated

🕔11:00, 29.Mar 2014

Sunday 2.30pm at Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium North Wales Crusaders will make late checks on Andy Moulsdale, Jono Smith, Toby Adamson, Rob Massam and Jamie Dallimore, while Michael Platt and Gary Middlehurst are both expected to miss Sunday’s match against

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Championship Preview: Leigh Centurions v North Wales Crusaders

Championship Preview: Leigh Centurions v North Wales Crusaders

🕔13:35, 21.Mar 2014

Sunday, 3.00pm at Leigh Sports Village Centurions centre Stuart Littler, one of the most consistent and durable players of the modern era, is set to play his 100th game for the Leigh club. Littler, after a career that included 247

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Championship preview: Swinton Lions v North Wales Crusaders

Championship preview: Swinton Lions v North Wales Crusaders Updated

🕔07:31, 8.Mar 2014

Sunday 3.00pm at Leigh Sports Village Kevin Penny has scored a try in each of Swinton’s last five games. The three tries he has scored for the Lions in 2014 have come whilst as a dual-registered player from parent club

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Championship preview: North Wales Crusaders v Featherstone Rovers

Championship preview: North Wales Crusaders v Featherstone Rovers

🕔13:00, 28.Feb 2014

Sunday, 2.30pm at Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium North Wales Crusaders have injury doubts over Gary Middlehurst (knee) and Rob Massam (ankle) and whilst both are rated as doubtful coach Clive Griffiths is keeping his fingers crossed. “Gary’s got more chance

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Championship preview: Whitehaven V North Wales Crusaders

Championship preview: Whitehaven V North Wales Crusaders Updated

🕔07:19, 22.Feb 2014

Sunday February 23, 2014 Kick-off: 3.00pm Whitehaven centres Stephen Fox and Scott McAvoy face late fitness tests, but coach Dave Woods expects both to be passed fit for Sunday’s Kingstone Press Championship clash with North Wales Crusaders. Woods is aiming

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Centurions and Crusaders to do battle at last

Centurions and Crusaders to do battle at last

🕔09:38, 28.Jan 2014

The Leigh Centurions-North Wales Crusaders fixture that was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch on Sunday will now be played on Wednesday evening at 7.45pm. The main pitch is still not ready so the fixture has been moved to the

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Centurions v Crusaders friendly called off

🕔11:54, 26.Jan 2014

We have just been informed that today’s pre-season friendly between Leigh Centurions and North Wales Crusaders has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch. Leigh Sports Village has been hit by persistent, torrential rain and will be unavailable for

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Crusaders looking for improvement

Crusaders looking for improvement

🕔15:39, 23.Jan 2014

Former Bradford Bulls Super League star Michael Platt (pictured) will feature in the North Wales Crusaders side set to take on Leigh Centurions this Sunday as head coach Clive Griffiths looks to improve on their display against Widnes. The Wrexham-based

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